The seafront of Estepona is one of the most interesting places to discover this city overlooking the sea. It is wide and stretches from the port to the end of the beach. Along the route, you'll see all kinds of establishments and enjoy the gardens and their huge collection of native plantlife.
Sayalonga, overshadowed as a village by the beauty of other places and towns in the province of Málaga, seeks its identity as a tourist destination and in the mysteries that surround the town, such as the round cemetery in which the neighbors swear they have sees some ghosts entering and leaving at night and strange holes in the rocks, made by the human hand. The guided tour with a very knowledgeable journalist tells you everything about the mysteries of the village.
Sierra de Mares grows many foods including olives, asparagus and cereal. It is an agricultural and hardworking area. It was a Roman place of passage and now forms the boundary between the coast of Malaga and the countryside of Seville. A great place to discover - walk, stroll and relax in peace. Http :/ / elcolorazuldelcielo.Blogspot.Com/2009/07/16-sierra-de-yeguas-reposada-sobre-el.Html
Every year on August 15 in the village of Competa, we celebrate the Night of Wine, a traditional party, which marked the beginning of when workers marched to collect grapes. On August 15, we also celebrate the day of the town's patron, Our Lady of the Assumption. In the morning, the party begins with "treading grapes", and there is a free tasting of delicious local sweet wine. Later in the night, the party moves to the Plaza de Almijara, where there is a stage and there is a party with folk performances and many artists and writers.
Of Touristic Interest in Malaga
A lovely city that I had only passed through on the way to other places.
Near to Ardales, the Guadalhorce river passes through a deep gash in the landscape of Chorro, also known as Gaintanes Gorge. Its vertical walls, dizzying bridges offer a striking view. Cottages Ardales http://www.Toprural.Com/andalucia/malaga/casas-rurales-ardales_rm-es-29018.htm