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Whether you are looking for sun and beach fun, if you like city breaks to Malaga, discover beautiful corners of the province, if you enjoy adventure sports… This and much more we have prepared for you in your definitive Costa del Sol guide.
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We echo a recent news: Malaga is ranked as the best “alternative” city in the world for a city break, according to Forbes, an American magazine specialised in the world of business and finance.
Nerja is one of the most important tourist centres on the Costa del Sol. Situated in the most easterly part of the province, this municipality has a very special charm that distinguishes it from tourism on the western Costa del Sol.
Situated in the foothills of the high mountains of Sierra Tejeda in the Axarquia, the whole area has a unique scenic beauty, with some of the most enchanting coves, the Maro Cliffs Natural Park or the famous Nerja Caves.
Discover all there is to do during your visit to one of the most beautiful coastal towns on the Costa del Sol.
What is the Low Emission Zone (LEZ) and how does it affect you?
Starting this year, the Climate Change and Energy Transition Law will be implemented in Spanish cities with more than 50,000 inhabitants, the so-called Low Emission Zone.
Basically, it consists of controlling the access of vehicles to urban areas, according to the pollution they produce.
How does this new regulation affect you when moving around your municipality? Find out everything you need to know in our article!
Disability and Accessible Tourism in Malaga: some facts
Accessible tourism in Malaga: According to the World Health Organisation, around 15% of the world’s population has a disability, that is to say, 1 in 6 people have a mild to severe disability that affects their ability to enjoy travel.
Regarding accessible tourism in Malaga, in recent years great efforts have been made to adapt the public space to people with disabilities, both at urban, cultural and transport level and last but not least leisure and beaches.
Torremolinos, the birthplace of tourism on the Costa del Sol and one of the most popular international sun and beach destinations in Southern Europe, is located just 7 km from Malaga International Airport.
Whichever way you choose, by train or car, and from any direction: When you approach Granada, you can already perceive from afar the majestic Sierra Nevada, crowned with the highest peaks of the peninsula, the ancient Moorish fortress city, whose magic can still be felt in its streets, squares and monuments.
It is probably a mixture of factors: its unique location, its Moorish heritage, its charming neighbourhoods, its enormous cultural and monumental legacy.
But not least its street life, its Tapas Bars, and the very high percentage of young population as it is one of the most coveted university cities in Spain, with its consequent very lively nightlife.
Impossible not to be enchanted.
Come with us to the most beautiful white villages of the Alpujarra Granadina. Immerse yourself in breath-taking landscapes of high mountains and valleys with microclimate.
Clean air, and crystal-clear water from Sierra Nevada everywhere. Moorish heritage palpable in every corner. Excellent gastronomy. Lots of handicrafts.
A place where time stands still.
Why choose the Costa del Sol for a healthy holiday?
Whatever you choose for your healthy holidays in Malaga: You can do it all year round.
Malaga’s climate is the best in Europe. Beaches for sunbathing in the middle of winter and even take a dip if you dare.
Sea promenades for walking, cycling and jogging. Walk along the coastal path. Active tourism or adventure sports. Meditate in Buddhist centres. Discover white villages.
And last but not least, enjoy our tasty and well-balanced Mediterranean diet.