Towns and Villages of Malaga
The province of Malaga is one of the most populated of Spain. More than a million and a half people have opted to set up their residence in these localities in the south of Andalusia.
Malaga makes a separation between the Western and Eastern Costa del Sol. The coastal towns are enjoyed by international tourists looking for the sun and good beaches for their summer vacation and over the years the Costa del Sol has adapted the historical essence of its past with a modern approach to accommodate the influx of visitors.
But life is not only about coastal living in Málaga. The customs, architecture and cuisine ancient and peculiar traditions which are preserved in the small villages in the countryside are really something to be experienced. In its 7300 km2 of surface area, the province of Malaga, boasts a great number of locations you must visit. Some stand out for their economic importance, social and tourist, others for their amazing geographical location or enclave, and also the tradition of its people. But all, without exception, offer an experience worthy of mention.
The visitor remains haunted by the beauty, the warmth and richness of their holiday experience. White villages with the charm of narrow streets, cobbled pavements and fantastic viewpoints, where you can enjoy the view.