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 […]Read more
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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.
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.
The urbanization Cabopino is one of the best known of Marbella, due to its beautiful Marina and the protected Artola Dunes. Located in the eastern part of Marbella, about 13 km from the city centre in an environment of pine forests and beaches of dunes, Cabopino is one of the paradisiacal places of Marbella, located […]Read more
Gibraltar, also known as The Rock or the Rock of Gibraltar, is a British overseas territory located in the region of Andalusia. Although it has historically belonged to Spain, it was granted to Britain in 1713 following the War of the Spanish Succession. It is today a reminiscence of the past, a time of conquests […]Read more
In the eastern Costa del Sol, in the heart of the mountainous area known as Axarquía, lies the beautiful white village of Torrox. Like all villages in this area, Torrox has a strong Muslim heritage, with narrow streets and whitewashed houses, but also this municipality stands out above the others, being known for having the […]Read more