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Villages in Ronda
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Cathedrals in Malaga
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Churches in Malaga
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Villages in Ronda
Ronda
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have never seen a bridge like this.
Cathedrals in Malaga
Málaga Cathedral
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Whenever I approach the center of Malaga it seems as if the "manquita" greets me or asks for help upon seeing itself drowned by th
Streets in Malaga
Calle Marqués de Larios
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Perhaps the most emblematic street of Malaga and the most known and central, is the Marquis de Larios or CAlle Larios .. as the lo
Viewpoints in Nerja
Balcón de Europa
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This is probably the most recognized place in Nerja. And it deserves it. It is a spectacular viewpoint that seems to be floating f
Historical Monuments in Ronda
Puente Nuevo Bridge
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Without a doubt the most emblematic monument of the town of Ronda. When you think of Ronda what comes to mind is the bridge, the v
Historical Monuments in Malaga
Alcazaba de Málaga
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This place is accustomed to being compared to the Alhambra in Granada and is considered as its younger sister, though not as spect
Hiking in El Chorro
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Harbors in Malaga
Port of Málaga
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You can always admire the boats in the harbour and the enriching experience of tranquility that they give off while strolling thro
Villages in Mijas
Mijas
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Mijas is one of the few towns in Costa del Sol that maintains its physiognomy and idiosyncrasy despite the touristic boom from the
Villages in Nerja
Nerja
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If you like to swim at beaches with heavy surf, see some rocks that look like gruyere cheese overlooking the bluest of oceans, you
Harbors in Marbella
Puerto Banús Marina
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Since the 70s, Marbella has had the best-known port in Spain and one of the most well known in the world, Puerto Jose Banus, which
Villages in Frigiliana
Frigiliana
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Hi Travelers! One of the most beautiful towns you can visit around Malaga is Frigiliana. If you like villages with white houses
Festivals in Malaga
Feria de Agosto (Malaga Fair)
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August Fair, the great fair Malagueña, is visited by tourists from around the world in search of fun and culture on the historic s
Caves in Nerja
Caves of Nerja
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The cave of Nerja are also known as the Natural Cathedral Costa del Sol. This spot is about five kilometers away from the center o
Harbors in Benalmádena
Sea Port of Benalmádena
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Most frequented at night, with several restaurants, and thousands of shops to visit and lovely houses to see, where you can see Is
Hiking in Antequera
Torcal de Antequera
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You can go hiking here, as there are 3 routes of varying difficulty and distances, medium, you need comfy shoes because of the am
Historical Monuments in Ronda
Historic Centre of Ronda
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Ronda's origins go as far back as prehistory, and it's been in the hands of the Visigoths, Romans, Arabs, and Christians. The Tajo
Viewpoints in Malaga
Mirador Gibralfaro
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This is the sunset as seen from the Mirador de Málaga Gibralfaro. I also recommend watching the sunrise, which is equally as wonde