The scarce 100 kilometres that separate Malaga from the Strait of Gibraltar, make it a unique city included in its natural environment, at the same time as it is cosmopolitan, which has become a city of current importance in Andalusia.
Ronda is one of the most beautiful villages in Spain, belongs to the province of Malaga and is located 100 km from it.
Its architecture consists of a Roman part and also part of Arabic architecture. The new bridge, which is located over the Tajo de Ronda, is the most emblematic monument of the city of Malaga, known internationally.
The old town of ronda has been declared a historic and artistic site and is also home to one of the oldest bullrings in the world.
Mijas is a village located only 30 km from Malaga, is a typical Andalusian village with all its white houses, decorated with blue pots and red flowers, declared a historic and artistic site.
The old town preserves the layout of Arabic origin and the remains of its ancient walls, where a surprising paronymic of the Costa del Sol is obtained. It has a bullring that is unique because it is oval.
This small town is known for its donkey taxis used in the 1960s by workers who returned from the mountains to their homes and are now used for sightseeing tours.
Nerja is one of the most important tourist villages in Spain, is only 60 km from Malaga, has a long history proven by the paintings found in the Nerja Cave, and has a width of almost 5 km of galleries.
Another of the most outstanding places in this village is the Balcón de Europa, a viewpoint located in the centre of the village and with imposing sea views.
It also has a mild climate, which allows you to enjoy the best beaches on the Costa del Sol all year round.
Marbella, only 58 km from Malaga, is one of the most important tourist cities on the Costa del Sol and throughout Spain. It is a focus of international attention mainly on its climate and tourism infrastructure.
Puerto Banus, located in the municipality of Marbella, is one of the largest entertainment centres on the Costa del Sol, achieving international fame and prestige.
The cradle of the history of Spain, is located in this wonderful city, Granada, which with its historical monuments is located within the landscape, creating an atmosphere of beauty and charm worthy of merit.
Seville imposes itself as a city of the south, full of life and traditional and typical customs of the area, where the River Guadalquivir continues along its course despite the passage of time.
At the foot of the Sierra Morena, this beautiful city, Cordoba, which aims to be another part of the magnificent architectural beauty of our country’s history, is extolled.
Gibraltar, a city located at the top of the rock with the same name, is a mountainous beauty worth visiting and getting to know, as well as the whole history of its comings and goings over the years, due to its characteristic function as a free port.