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Turismo activo

Nature and active tourism

Thanks to nature, and also humankind, which have transformed the Province of Malaga during thousands of years, you can now find a rich and varied natural heritage and incredible landscapes.

The beauty of the Costa del Sol is much more than just its unique beaches: from natural reserves like Sierra de las Nieves, a registered biosphere reserve, to the salt water lagoon Fuente de Piedra, with its flamingo reserve, passing by the cliffs of Maro-Cerro Gordo, at the foothill of the Sierra de la Almijara, where you can find the cave of Nerja, or the karst landscapes of Las Pedrizas and El Torcal in Antequera. You can’t forget the valleys and hills full of olive and almond tree orchards.

The incredible landscape of Malaga doesn’t even stop at the surface of the earth, the deep sea of Malaga bay surprises divers from all around the world.

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