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Malaga is a large city in southern Spain and is one of the most important tourist destinations in Spain, Europe as well as the Mediterranean Sea coast.
The geographical center of the city and town on the Costa del Sol tourist area of Nerja which extends up to Manilva (eastern and western limits of the province of Malaga) with a total length of 160 km from the beach, 100 km east of the Strait of Gibraltar .
The mild climate, lush vegetation, beautiful beaches and nearby Malaga turned into a holiday destination.
Although the general appearance of the city is modern, Málaga keep some historical buildings like the Cathedral of the sixteenth century, there is also the birthplace of famous artist Pablo Ruiz Picasso.
The three main tourist centers in Málaga are: Calle Marqués de Larios, Plaza de la Constitution or the Plaza Mayor and Calle de Granada, famous locations for shopping, sparkling nightlife and cultural entertainment.
The main road artery from Malaga is called Alameda Principal and Paseo del Parque and extends westward from the Plaza de la Marina Rio Puente Guadalmedina Tetuán and beyond, until the western suburbs.
Together with the villages around Rincon de la Victoria, Torremolinos, Benalmadena, Fuengirola, Alhaurin de la Torre, Mijas and Marbella, Málaga City metropolitan area formed with over one million inhabitants.
Malaga was founded by the Phoenicians of 1000 BC, as Malak. This name probably derives from the Phoenician word for salt because fish was salted near the port. Seven centuries later, the Romans conquered the city along with other Spanish areas of Carthago. Since the fifth century e.n. Malaga has been under rule Visigoths.
In the late eighth century, Spain was conquered by the Moors, the city became an important commercial center.
Malaga Moors ruled until the mid-fifteenth century and converted the city into one of the most important centers of the Iberian Peninsula. This illustrious past has left unforgettable traces in the historical center of Malaga, near the Alcazaba fortress, dating from 1065 (it is now an archaeological museum).
Malaga is proud of being a modern city which is situated in the heart of the famous shopping area Larios alley, alley Sierpes equivalent of Seville or Londra.Strada Bond Larios is an ideal starting point for exploring the city: the streets here are multiple branches , wonderful markets, and only 100 meters from the cathedral in Malaga we meet.
For lovers of gardens and parks in downtown Alameda gardens are splendid and the outlet is located north of the city historical botanical park "La Concepción" in English style with a 150 years old.
Malaga airport, gateway to the Costa del Sol from Europe is one of the largest in Spain due to the large number of European flights.
Malaga Area | Malaga is a large city in southern Spain and is one of the most important tourist destinations in Spain, Europe as well as the Mediterranean Sea coast.
The geographical center of the city and town on the Costa del Sol tourist area of Nerja which extends up to Manilva (eastern and western limits of the province of Malaga) with a total length of 160 km from the beach, 100 km east of the Strait of Gibraltar
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