Malaga, an ancient city and cradle of Mediterranean culture, has become the first tourist power of Andalusia.
The capital of the Costa del Sol, with a climate that makes it one of the warmest regions in Europe, is an attraction for all types of international travelers.
The coastal area of Malaga, with 900kms in length, has a countless number of gastronomic offers, highlighting the Andalusian fritters as a symbol of a simple cuisine but with personality and history as well as you can find other type of restaurants much more classic awarded with Michelin stars.
You can also enjoy a great diversity of landscapes ranging from volcanic scenes to leafy mountain ranges through long areas of still virgin coast.
Its geostrategic location in southern Europe and on the border with the Maghreb, make business opportunities very broad and due to good international relations, the economic development of the area is booming.