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Malaga is a seafaring town with three millennia of history since the ancient Phoenicians established their first port in this protected bay. This open sea character also has characterized the people of Malaga, who are affable and open welcoming foreigners. Malaga port receives each year a high volume of cruise ships and is currently the second cruise port in the Peninsula after Barcelona. ↓ Read More ↓
Maria Zambrano train station in Malaga is located in the city centre, near the harbour and the historic centre and has connections with AVE and middle-distance trains and links to the bus station, metro and buses. ↓ Read More ↓
About 50 km north of Malaga is located Antequera which due to its geographical position is also known as the heart of Andalusia, where converge the main roads that connect the 4 large Andalusian cities Cordoba, Granada, Seville and Malaga.
Given that Antequera is a relatively small city of about 41,000 inhabitants is surprising its huge architectural heritage including both civil and religious buildings, the Moorish Alcazaba and even 6,000 years old Dolmens that have recently been incorporated into the list of World Heritage.
In fact, along with Ubeda and Baeza, it is one of the Andalusian cities with the highest and best historical and artistic heritage. Thus Antequera invites to walk in the streets and squares and discover more than fifty religious and civil buildings. ↓ Read More ↓
The neighbourhood of Cancelada is the easternmost area of Estepona, bordering with the municipality of Marbella. Cancelada itself is like a tiny village located next to the highway A-7 and which retains its typical Andalusian character. The coastal part corresponding to Cancelada is known as El Saladillo and has a direct exit from the A-7. ↓ Read More ↓
Halfway between Marbella and Gibraltar (Gibraltar is only 32 km and Marbella 43 km away) is located Puerto Duquesa in Manilva, being the westernmost port on the Costa del Sol. The area is also known as “the other Costa del Sol”, because there still exist vast spaces of nature among vine fields. ↓ Read More ↓