Malaga, the capital of the world famous and over developed Costa del Sol is a world apart. It has long lived in the shadow of the so called Golden Triangle: Granada, Cordoba and Seville but nowadays it has emerged as a dynamic city of culture. Its historic center is a delight, it has been beautifully restored with the Gothic unfinished cathedral surrounded by narrow, pedestrian streets packed with traditional bars. The old and ugly port was also rebuilt and it is now a major attraction with cruise-lines. In the province of Malaga you can visit some of the most beautiful white villages and Ronda, one of the loveliest and most historical towns in Andalusia and one of Spanish architectonical jewels. And for those who are looking for adventure there are great opportunities for trekking and hiking in the province too, including the “Caminito del Rey”. Famed as the "World's Most Dangerous Hike, the 110-year-old walkway, in the village of El Chorro, has been fixed with a new wooden pathway and equipped with safety lines and steel bolts for visitors.






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