Agua Amarga

Charming and quiet fishing village. Less than 300 inhabitants have always lived in this mediterranean village. On the Hill, that protects it, you can see the ruins of the old loading dock where the mineral from the mines of Lucainena de las Torres was shipped. The winding and narrow streets of Agua Amarga teem with artisans and local colour. Its small square is an enchanting enclave, ideal for a snack. Its coast enjoys an incomparable water transparency. The bay of Cala de Enmedio, which can only be reached by foot, and the bay of Cala del Plomo are two dry and harsh paradises in a surreal world. Near Agua Amarga, towards Carboneras, behind the Mesa Roldán lighthouse, hidden in the blackness of the rugged mountains, lies the endless Playa de Los Muertos, the last beach in the Cabo de Gata Natural Park. The white sand and turquoise water make us forget that we are still in Almería and not somewhere in the Caribbean. Before we “hike” to the beach, the Mirador de Los Muertos (viewing platform) shows us the whole panorama.


Alameda is a key stop on the Tierras de José María “El Tempranillo” route. This city in the Antequera region has always been a crossroads and invites you to travel back in time to the time of the bandits. An experience that combines culture, tradition and romance. Alameda also has interesting archaeological sites and a lagoon that has been declared a nature reserve. A real temptation for lovers of outdoor activities. And to regain your strength, there is nothing better than the delicious culinary offerings of this inland Malaga city.


In addition to the eternal sun and the endless beauty of its beaches, the province of Almeria is full of paradises that delight all the senses. Multiple opportunities for leisure, fun and culture, reflected in its rich historical, cultural and gastronomic heritage. Muslim, Baroque, Christian Almeria, cinema sets, sun and sand, inland, desert and mountains, monuments and gastronomy, congresses, museums, events and in short, Almeria open to the world.


A unique enclave full of charm in the heart of the Costa Tropical. Discover one of the oldest cities in the Mediterranean, rich in traditions, with a rich archaeological and monumental heritage, a privileged climate, corners full of beauty in an exceptional natural environment for the practice of sports of different kinds and tasty and healthy gastronomy. Along its 19 km of coast, Almuñécar offers beaches for all tastes and audiences: urban beaches, coves between cliffs, pebbly beaches, gray and black sand beaches, nudist beaches.


In the heart of the Guadalhorce Valley lies Álora, a municipality with a rich historical heritage and an endless list of tourist activities. Several civilizations settled in their lands, including the Phoenicians, Romans, Visigoths, and Arabs. And all these cultures have left a mix of styles that will enrich your visit. You cannot miss the castle as well as the wealth of natural attractions among which the Desfiladero de los Gaitanes stands out. A visit to Álora is recommended for lovers of rural tourism. In the Desfiladero de los Gaitanes, through whose walls the Guadalhorce flows, we have an ideal landscape for canyoning, hiking, climbing, bike rides or even bungee jumping for the bravest. The area known as El Chorro is the origin of many activities of this type. Here is also the Caminito del Rey, a route through the hundred-meter-high walls of the canyon that has attracted the attention of the entire national and international scene. After its reopening and after ensuring the safety of the activity, it receives hundreds of visitors every day.


Benahavís is a town with Andalusian flair and narrow white streets, typically Arabic, most of which lead to sunny squares. It is a chosen place where you can enjoy nature and luxury developments, carefully integrated into the natural landscape, with golf courses on the slopes of the Serranía de Ronda. Founded by the Arabs under the protection of a 10th-century fortress, Benahavís is today a perfect combination of tradition and modernity. A charming city that offers endless possibilities as a premier tourist destination.


When we think of Benalmádena, almost everyone thinks of its fantastic marina, but here we find a lot more. The relaxed life of a typical Andalusian town and many curiosities in just a few square kilometers. Benalmádena offers us its wonderful port, its monuments, without forgetting its good gastronomy, its typically Andalusian, charismatic old town, its festivals, its unique corners and all this accompanied by a typically Mediterranean climate. You can not ask for more!


Carratraca is a municipality in the Guadalteba region, in the province of Málaga, and is located in a beautiful setting between the mountains of Alcaparaín. Health tourism finds Carratraca an ideal destination, since the waters of its source have been attributed therapeutic properties since Roman times. In addition, the urban area of the municipality is considered a cultural asset.


If you want to take a trip to a city with great historical sights, charming corners and delicious gastronomy, then this is Cordoba in Andalusia. Visiting Córdoba is very easy as it is a very compact city where you can explore the most important corners on foot. We can offer you unique accommodation – visit Las Jaras de Córdoba. Coming soon also accommodation in the city.


Thousands of holidaymakers come to Marbella in search of the best climate, the beauty of a lush landscape, typical Spanish gastronomy and a rich cultural and historical heritage, as well as the hospitality and friendliness of its people with a very Mediterranean character. Marbella is a beautiful coastal city in southern Spain that belongs to the province of Málaga and is the tourist capital of the Costa del Sol. The main tourist attraction of the city is Puerto Banús, about 7 km from the city center is this fantastic marina and touristically synonymous with glamour, parties, pomp and exclusivity. Formerly a small fishing village, Marbella is now a luxury international travel destination.


Thanks to the significant development of its infrastructure, Fuengirola has become one of the most popular tourist destinations coming to the province of Malaga. This municipality, which belongs to the western Costa del Sol, is located in the center of the Costa del Sol coast and its easy accessibility from anywhere facilitates the arrival of numerous tourists throughout the year. If you are looking for a beach holiday, without the hustle and bustle of the big cities but with all its services, we recommend that you explore everything that Fuengirola has to offer you.


In addition to its 16 sunny beaches, this Andalusian city on the Mediterranean has a more than interesting cultural life. And the fact is that the place where the genius Pablo Picasso was born has reinvented itself in recent years. Museums for every taste have opened. If we add a lively atmosphere to the combination of sea and culture, it becomes the perfect holiday cocktail. Everywhere you see tapas served in its bars, trendy neighborhoods like Soho, areas like the port that have been redesigned to offer a more modern face, and monuments centuries of history, the result is an exciting city that everyone is keen to get to know . Because if everyone says that Malaga is more beautiful than ever, then there must be a reason. Málaga is a city full of historical corners such as the Alcazaba, one of the largest Arab fortresses in Andalusia, or the Gibralfaro Castle, which certainly offers the best views of the entire city. At the foot of the castle is the Roman theater and a historic center that invites you to stroll around. Corners like the Mercado de las Atarazanas appear through its streets, a market hall that immediately immerses you in the Mediterranean lifestyle. Monuments such as the Cathedral, nicknamed “La Manquita” for its unfinished right tower – Don’t miss a visit to your decks as the experience is unique. As we are in the city of Picasso, in the center there is also a highly recommended museum dedicated to the painter and it is possible to visit the house where he was born. But Malaga does not only live from its past, because in recent years the Carmen Thyssen Museum has been inaugurated, the only Center Pompidou that exists outside of France – its colored cube has already become an icon – or the collection of the Russian Museum in Saint Petersburg. There are several things that give Malaga its unique touch. Monuments aside, first of all it’s always a good idea to spend a sunny day at the mythical urban beach of La Malagueta enjoy. And those who want to fully immerse themselves in the traditional flavors must go to the fishing district of Pedregalejo and taste the typical grilled sardine skewers.

Back in La Malagueta, next to it is Pier 1, a waterfront promenade full of shops and restaurants that’s a great place to stroll at sunset until you reach La Farola, a lighthouse that’s a symbol of the city. Another symbol of Malaga is undoubtedly the pedestrianized Marqués de Larios, a lively, flower-filled promenade that is a must-see on any trip to Malaga. In addition, at night this area and the surrounding streets become the perfect place to enjoy and taste tapas in already established establishments such as Bodega El Pimpi. Malaga is also known for its film festival, Holy Week, innovative restaurants… But above all, Malaga is joy. And it’s contagious.


Manilva is one of the sun and beach tourist destinations on the Costa del Sol. It is the last coastal municipality in the west of the province of Malaga. Border between Campo de Gibraltar in Cádiz and the province of Málaga. Manilva Municipality has several population centers. From a tourist point of view, Sabinillas with the Puerto de la Duquesa are the most important. In addition to its beaches and marina, Manilva offers tourists an interesting historical and cultural heritage. So there is a lot to see and do in Manilva. Among the things to visit in Manilva are the Castillo de La Duquesa, some churches and the archaeological remains displayed in the Municipal Archaeological Museum. Some of the fun activities you can do in this community include outdoor sports, shopping and enjoying the fine dining.


The beautiful image of an endless number of white houses climbing the slopes of the Sierra de Mijas contrasts with the intense green of the pine trees, offering us one of the most recognizable and picturesque images of Andalusia. The city consists of three urban centers: Mijas Pueblo is located at the foot of the Sierra of the same name, at 430 m above sea level. Las Lagunas is the most modern part of the municipality, connected to Fuengirola, and La Cala is on the coast with more than 12 km of coastline and offers a large number of beaches to suit all tastes.


Olvera is a paradise city in the heart of the Sierra de Cadiz and is one of the well-known White Villages. A hill of whitewashed houses and lanes amidst olive groves, crowned by a lush monumental church and castle complex. The streets of the historic complex, winding capriciously along the slope of the site, capture the scent of the plants that adorn the walls and windows and lean out to contemplate the colossal figure of its castle, a silent witness to our history. Within the hamlet various churches soar with their spiers and as a whole offer a postcard worthy of a story.


Salobrena, perched on an imposing rock, still preserves in its historic center the medieval structure of its Arab period, with a network of narrow streets, with corridors and labyrinths, whitewashed houses dotted with flowers that give a touch of color to the enchanting surroundings to lend . Amazing corners with corners, gates, windows, passageways and vaults. Names as suggestive as Barrio de la Loma, la Fuente, el Brocal or Albaicin take us back in time. This city enjoys a privileged tropical climate, with average annual temperatures of 20 degrees, a minimum of 14 degrees and a maximum of 32 degrees, allowing you to enjoy the beaches almost all year round. In addition, due to its location in the heart of the Costa Tropical, Salobrena is very close to many other tourist attractions in the region.


Torremolinos, a town just 12 kilometers from the capital Malaga, has a long and rich history, as evidenced by the numerous Phoenician, Greek, Roman and Arabic remains found in the area. El Bajondillo, La Carihuela, Los Álamos or Playamar are some of the magnificent beaches that adorn this coast, where there are important hotel complexes, urbanizations and even a conference center that hosts important international conventions. For visitors who are part of the LGTBIQ+ collective, the city is considered the capital of southern Europe. LGTBI friendly hotels, nightclubs, bars and many other leisure and dining options make this corner of the Mediterranean a must see, offering visitors a range of sports, nature, sun and sand all year round.

Puerto de Santa Maria

The Costa de la Luz has one of its most representative towns in El Puerto d e Santa Maria. This place with whitewashed walls stretches between pine forests, beaches and marshes in the middle of the Bay of Cadiz. The natural park of the same name serves as a backdrop for the most important buildings of its city center and the boats on its coast. Marinas, golf courses and luxury residential developments dot the shores of the Atlantic and offer beautiful views and more than 300 days of sunshine a year. The port is part of the Costa de la Luz, in a stretch of Atlantic coast where the pine forests reach the sand of the beach between marshes. The enviable climate of this Andalusian city makes it an ideal destination for those who want to enjoy the sun, sea and outdoor sports. And in this incredible natural landscape with a deep maritime tradition, luxurious tourist complexes have been built, equipped with all the amenities that the traveler could wish for. Urbanizations like Vistahermosa, Puerto Sherry or Casino de Bahia de Cadiz are some of them.