Malaga - it's not only the Costa del Sol

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The city of Malaga is the focal point of a key tourist area, the Costa del Sol.
A city of light and variety, it retains its commercial drive and ability to benefit from the twin bonanza afforded by its climate and the beautiful sweep of bay on which it stands. Nature has blessed the province of Malaga with beaches that cover more than 150 kilometres.
The province, however, also possesses mountain ranges, covered with small picturesque towns that are a stark contrast with the developed coastline. Ronda for example - home of bullfighting, the impressive Tajo, palaces, and manor houses - has an ample and impressive landscape that begins in Axaruquía (producer of raisin wines), and carries on through the monumental town of Antequera, Dolmen de Menga, and El Torcal, where nature sculpted a unique landscape of narrow passages where it seems like the rocks would like to take human forms.


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