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Turismo

Diputación de Málaga
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    This late 17th century building was heavily renovated in the 18th century. It was once a part of the Colegio de los Padres Escolapios. Of note amongst its images and altarpieces is the central...

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    The Spanish chestnut grove plays a vital role for the Serranía de Ronda from different points of view: environment, culture, and finance. The values of this type of formation go from the...

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    The surrounding of Faraján is bursting with holm oaks, cork oaks, chestnut trees, pines woods, the remains of some traditional growing such as olive and almond trees, as well as vineyards,...

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    Gibralfaro Viewpoint offers an unforgettable experience and a splendid  view of Málaga. See some of the most traditional places of Málaga, first of all, the bullring and Paseo...

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    The name Cútar appears to have been derived from the Arabic “Cautzar”, meaning “fountain of paradise ". Archaeological remains found in the town point to human...

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    El Chaparral is situated on the hilly coastal landscape of Mijas-Costa. A unique panorama of the surrounding scenery can be observed from every hole. The magnificent sea views, rich vegetation, and...