The coastline strip is known as the well developed, sandy and sunny Costa del Sol which is responsible for attracting many of Málaga’s beach loving tourists.
Málaga, the seaport on the Costa de Sol in Spain is a major tourist region famed for its rich architectural history, Mediterranean cuisine, wines, beaches and the birthplace of Picasso.
Today Malaga is an important commercial centre and boasts of being Spain’s second largest port and its third largest international airport. It is also an important business centre with a number of international conventions held throughout the year.
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