Malaga
Malaga
Malaga
Malaga

Family Day Out in Málaga Province

The province of Malaga has over 160 kilometres of coastline on the Mediterranean Sea, the Costa del Sol. The beaches to the west and east of the province have become popular tourist destinations. But there is far more to Malaga province than high rise hotels and apartments. Just behind the coast the Montes de Malaga and Sierra de las Nieves shelter remote white villages and no less than 15 protected areas, each a haven for flora and fauna, places where you may still see foxes, golden eagles and the rare Spanish Ibex. With a history going back to prehistoric times and a heritage of Roman and Muslim occupiers, a long coastline and wild interiors, it is little surprising that the gastronomy of Malaga Province is as varied as its landscapes. Anchovies, red mullet, mackerel, squid, prawns and clams from the sea, with pork, wild boar, rabbit and kid from the interior accompanied by wines made from the local Muscatel grapes all feature on menus. For those with the energy, the province is known for its activities, from golf to sailing, horse riding to diving, hiking to four wheel drive expeditions, Malaga Province has plenty for everybody.

Family Day Out
Butterfly House
Benalmádena Municipality
Family Day Out
Crocodile Park
Torremolinos Municipality
Crocodile in the Water
Family Day Out
La Concepcion Gardens
Málaga Municipality
WaterLily at La Concepcion Botanical Gardens
Family Day Out
Orchid House
Estepona Municipality
Orchid House, Estepona
Family Day Out
Sealife World
Benalmádena Municipality
Octopus, Benalmadena Sealife
Family Day Out
Selwo Aventura
Estepona Municipality
Feeding the Hippopotamus
Family Day Out
Tivoli World
Torremolinos Municipality
Nice and safe
Waterpark on the Costa del Sol

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