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The smallest of Andalucía´s eight provinces is known as "the gateway to the Costa del Sol" due to the proximity of the city's airport.

It includes the provincial capital that is the second largest city in Andalucía and possibly one of the most vibrant, atmospheric and historic in Spain, with its centre with wide leafy boulevards, endearingly dilapidated streets and buildings, museums and monuments all set against the backdrop of the sparkling blue Mediterranean.

The Costa del Sol
  • Probably the most popular resort destination in Europe.


Miles of beautiful sandy beaches and fantastic weather have kept tourists flocking back year after year to resorts like Torremolinos, Benalmadena, Fuengirola and Marbella.

Inland from the coast there are natural surrounding of great richness and variety that the council has given protection status to two natural parks (Sierra de las Nieves and Los Montes), three places of natural beauty (El Torcal, El Chorro and the sierras Bermeja and Crestellina) and a reserve (Laguna de Fuentepiedra).

Apart from these protected areas and a 'biosphere reserve' classification from UNESCO, it also has the splendid diversity of wetland zones and coastal biotopes. Each year, hundreds of species of birds pass through the province during their migration. Malaga is considered one of the most important locations in Europe for botanic richness and variety of plant life.

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