Málaga

Located to the west of the Mediterranean in the south of the Iberian Peninsula, it was founded by the Phoenicians in the 8th century before Christ.

One of the oldest in Europe Latin right of the Roman Empire and prosperous Andalusian Medina incorporated into the Crown of Castile in 1487 became the first industrial city in Spain, the scene of one of the bloodiest episodes of the civil war exploded in the tourist boom in the 1960s and 1970s its most important monuments Gibralfaro Castle Picasso’s Birthplace Museum Picasso Cathedral port and Pompidou Museum.

Granada

It is a city that is located in the center of the Vega de Granada region formed by the Genil River and the foothills of the highest massif of the Iberian Peninsula Sierra Nevada.

Among its historic buildings is the Alhambra, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1984, next to the Generalife garden and the Albaicin.

It was Muslim during the 11th century and from the Nasrid kingdom between the 13th and 15th centuries.

Later it was taken by the Catholic Monarchs.

It is a city that is located in the center of the Vega de Granada region formed by the Genil River and the foothills of the highest massif of the Iberian Peninsula Sierra Nevada.

Among its historic buildings is the Alhambra, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1984, next to the Generalife garden and the Albaicin.

It was Muslim during the 11th century and from the Nasrid kingdom between the 13th and 15th centuries.

Later it was taken by the Catholic Monarchs.

Córdoba

First city with four UNESCO declarations of World Heritage Site Mosque of Cordoba Historic center of Cordoba The courtyards of Cordoba and the caliphal city of Medina Azahara was founded in 171 BC by the Roman general Marco Claudio Marcelo Cordoba God of Roman Empire great men such as the family of the Anneos in which Lucius Anneo Seneca stood out, philosopher and tutor of Emperor Nero and his nephew Marco Anneo Lucano, poet who recounted the fights between Caesar and Pompey in his famous poem Farsalia.

Sevilla

The history of Seville begins during the Ancient Age with the emergence of a first population center identified with the Tartessian culture which after being destroyed by the Carthaginians gave way to the Roman city of Híspalis among its most important monuments Real Alcázar Giralda the Cathedral Palace of San Telmo Torre del Oro Casa de Pilatos Museum of Fine Arts.

The history of Seville begins during the Ancient Age with the emergence of a first population center identified with the Tartessian culture which after being destroyed by the Carthaginians gave way to the Roman city of Híspalis among its most important monuments Real Alcázar Giralda the Cathedral Palace of San Telmo Torre del Oro Casa de Pilatos Museum of Fine Arts.

Gibraltar

It is located at the southern end of the Iberian Peninsula in the Bay of Algeciras, connecting the Mediterranean Sea with the Atlantic Ocean. It has an economy based on the service sector, since it is a free port, taking advantage of its strategic position, it has an air-naval base for the British armed forces. .

Marbella Puerto Banús

Located on the shores of the Mediterranean on the slopes of Sierra Blanca during most of the year it is the center of international tourist attention thanks to its climate, tourist infrastructure, the most important places to visit its old town and its Puerto Banús marina.

Located on the shores of the Mediterranean on the slopes of Sierra Blanca during most of the year it is the center of international tourist attention thanks to its climate, tourist infrastructure, the most important places to visit its old town and its Puerto Banús marina.

Nerja

It has a long proven history in the cave paintings found in its caves in Nerja with more than 42,000 years of antiquity, the Balcón de Europa, an obligatory place to pass through in Nerja, its climate allows the cultivation of cherimoya and avocado, sorry.

Ronda

Ronda has its Roman origins, the Visigoths gave it continuity until the arrival of the Muslims who consolidated its urban entity, the new bridge, its most emblematic monument and also has the oldest bullring in the world, it is undoubtedly the most beautiful town in Malaga and A must see if you are in Malaga you will never forget Ronda is impressive.

Ronda has its Roman origins, the Visigoths gave it continuity until the arrival of the Muslims who consolidated its urban entity, the new bridge, its most emblematic monument and also has the oldest bullring in the world, it is undoubtedly the most beautiful town in Malaga and A must see if you are in Malaga you will never forget Ronda is impressive.

Mijas

Its origin dates back to the year 900 BC with the arrival of the Phoenicians and Greeks who exploited its mineral wealth to send to the East, conquered by the Arabs in the year 714. It has impressive views, its streets and its viewpoints remain in the memory of its Unique donkey taxis in Mijas a fantastic town.

Antequera

It has a strategic geographical point because it is located in the center of Andalusia, it was inhabited more than 6000 years ago, and its past preserves an extensive archaeological and architectural heritage, highlighting the dolmens of Monga Vieira and El Romeral, a natural area of Torcal, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

It has a strategic geographical point because it is located in the center of Andalusia, it was inhabited more than 6000 years ago, and its past preserves an extensive archaeological and architectural heritage, highlighting the dolmens of Monga Vieira and El Romeral, a natural area of Torcal, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.

Torremolinos y Benalmádena

Torremolinos, located on the back of the Sierra de Mijas, was a small fishing village and became one of the main tourist destinations for sun and beach in Spain, the first in Andalusia and the Costa del Sol Benalmádena experienced notable development during the Muslim domination paralyzed with the incorporation into the Crown of Castile in 1485 due to natural disasters and the activity of corsairs in the area, the paper industry and the vineyard activated the economy of the area during the 18th and 19th centuries, but the greatest boom It is propitiated by tourism in the second half of the 20th century.

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