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Costa del Sol
Endless beaches to stroll along, hidden coves, white villages that appear like a mirage in the middle of the mountains, historical landmarks with centuries of culture, afternoons spent shopping, evenings sipping cocktails by the sea, pleasant temperatures all year round and happy, friendly people that make you feel at home. These are the main ingredients of this region of Andalusia, where the mountain and the Mediterranean sea combine to create idyllic landscapes.
The birthplace of geniuses such as Picasso, it is well worth discovering the revamped city of Málaga, exploring the local culture of nearby towns and villages, and enjoying the exclusive restaurants.
What to visit
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Places not to be missed
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