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Turismo

Diputación de Málaga
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    The monument known as the "Mausoleo de la Capuchina", is situated some 7 kilometres from the town. It is a burial monument with a crypt for burials and an upper floor that was where the...

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    A castle built by Abderramán 3rd in the mid 10th century and virtually destroyed during the Christian conquest of 1487, before subsequently being rebuilt in the 18th century to combat...

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    The beach of Playamar, in the urban town of Torremolinos, is 18 km from the city centre, and is located between the beach of Los Álamos and that of Bajondillo. It is also called Retiro beach, which...

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    The Gaitanes Gorge is a canyon carved by the river Guadalhorce in the territory of Alora, with access from the north by the Guadalhorce reservoirs and from the south by El Chorro, which at some...

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    The origin of this town dates back to the end of the 11th century when the Arabs founded it around the fortress that they had built to defend the East side of the Arab castle of Montemayor. The...

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    There is a theory about the origin of the name of the town which claims that “totalán” means “pastry” in Arabic. Name of its inhabitants: Totalanenos or totalenos....

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    Macharaviaya is of Arabic origin as is its name, which is derived from the phonetic transcription "Machar Ibn Yahya", which means "el prado o la alquería de Abu Yahya"...

  • Real Club Mediterráneo Málaga is a well-established yacht club – actually, the oldest in Spain – offering all kinds of modern services. It has always promoted ocean-related activities, featuring...