malaga MALAGA The Glass and Crystal Museum
Iis the only museum of its kind in Andalusia and it opened on Sept. 1, 2009. The museum displays about 700 objects of glass and crystal, dating from Egyptian and Roman times to the present. The museum is located in a carefully restored 18th century palace in downtown Malaga, the palace having been built by an Italian family.
ronda RONDA El Tajo at Ronda
Is most spectacular place in Spain. Nuevo Porta (new bridge) gave an even better insight into its height. although not that old in terms of local history (late 1700s) it is even more impressive in that traffic still crosses this bridge, 100m.
anteq ANTEQUERA El Torcal Natural Park.
Those of you who have been to the Yorkshire site of Brimham Rocks near Pateley Bridge will find something very similar here, but on a larger scale. It is about a 20 minute drive from Antequera, with car parking at the cafeteria at the end of the single-track access road. Just cross your fingers that a busload of trippers.
caseras CASARES Sports complexes; Sights & Landmarks
Enjoy scenic views of the beautiful white village of Casares offering stunning panoramic views of the sea towards Gibraltar and the North African coast through the beautiful Casares/Manilva/Gaucin countryside. Experience riding along the Sabinillas and Duquesa Beaches
Day time shopping  is its best here wondering around the cobbled old streets, stumbling onto old churches and people. Orange square at night has the most marvelous atmosphere, more expensive to eat here than down the front, but still worth every penny.
The pueblo, or old town, is located on the upper portion of the city. The old town is a white town, where everything is painted white. It is quiet and it has its narrow streets paved with cobblestones. There is a beautiful town square planted with trees, shrubs, and flowers, with a beautiful fountain. The street beside it goes to an outlook where there is a fairly new church. The town sits on top of a hill that is 280 meters above sea level.
The Fuengirola zoo calls itself another kind of zoo, and it is. First of all its location is completely unexpected because it is very close to downtown Fuengirola. The zoo is quite compact but beautifully laid out. It resembles like an island because there is an abundant use of trees and plants, and one does not find the bars that separate humans from the animals on display. Instead there are thick glass separators, that allow one to see the animals in a more natural way. The architecture of this zoo is really a work of art.
In 1959 five boys from Maro, near Nerja, were exploring and found by chance the caves of Nerja. The caves were opened to the public the next year. In 1970 the authorities discovered the upper and new galleries. The Caves of Nerja are now a National Monument. They consist of crystalline dolomites.
Beside the Tivoli Park in Arroyo de la Miel there is the Cable Car. It goes up the Calamorro Mountain, which is 771 meters above sea level. One has spectacular views of the coast and on clear days one can see the coasts of Africa. The cable is 5565 meters long and rises 635 meters at a speed of 5 meters/second, so one can reach the top in 10 minutes. This cable car was finished in 2000 and has proved to be one of the more popular attractions in Benalmadena and the Costa del Sol.
Located in apartments area, has proven itself as being one of the top marinas in the world. With many restaurants, shopping, attractions and nightlife. It has won the award „Best Marina in the World’ several times. The Marina of Benalmadena officially opened in 1979, with the name „Port au Prince” but in1982 was named Puerto Marina Benalmadena.
Built between 1057 and 1063, this is probably the most important military fortification remaining from the Hispanic-Arabic period.
More commonly known as Puerto Banús is a marina located in the area of Nueva Andalucía, to the southwest of Marbella, Spain on the Costa del Sol. It was built in May 1970 by José Banús, a local property developer, as a luxury marina and shopping complex. It has since become one of the largest entertainment centres in the Costa del Sol, with 5 million annual visitors, and is popular with international celebrities. It is also scene to many exotic cars that are owned by international celebrities and wealthy owners that also own large yachts. Luxury cars like Rolls Royces and high end sports cars like Ferrari’s, Lamborghinis and Mercedes Benz are a common sight in the summer months around Marbella and Puerto Banus.
Is an international seaport located in the city of Málaga in southern Spain, on the costa del sol coast of the Mediterranean. it is the oldest continuously-operated port in Spain and one of the oldest in the Mediterranean principal port activities include cruise shipping and the importation of containerized manufactured products, break bulk and vehicles. a small fishing fleet also operates from the port.
With love walking down this marble route to the beach/promenade. Always clean and the shrubs and fountains are pretty and beautifully maintained. artists regularly display and sell their work which is an added interest. restaurants , bars, clubs , shops.
On top of Monte Calamorro in Benalmádena, reachable on foot or by cable car (Teleférico) is the Jardín de las Águilas, Garden of Eagles, a bird of prey breeding and recovery centre as well as a centre for falconry. The centre is run by Jurgen Nikolaus, born in Germany but moved to Spain in the early 1990’s, and there are regular falconry exhibitions where you can see some of the hundreds of birds of prey ‘in action’ as it were.
Tucked away at the back of Torremolinos next to the motorway, this green oasis is well worth a visit. it is only 1euro to get in and freefor pensioners. the trees and plants are well laid out around the springs, there is a small maze and a very informative museum about the milling process.
Is over 2,000 m2 the largest space dedicated to the butterflies in Europe. The building was built in butterfly Thailand style what has been an added difficulty to the inherent complexity of the project. To give the building authenticity many building materials and decorative elements were brought directly from Thailand.
This thermal building of the Arab time is the best conserved of its kind at the Iberian Peninsula. It is located at the old Arab quarter of the city, today called San Miguel Quarter, being the formerly outside quarter of the Arab medina (city) of Ronda
The chronology of the Ronda Arab baths starts at the 13th-14th centuries. The bath is divided into three main zones, following the Roman model of thermal buildings: cold water, warm water and hot water bathrooms. The hydraulic system of the thermal bath has arrived to our days almost complete.
Is a small village located in Málaga (Andalusia) in southern Spain, near the town of Álora. It is one of the most popular rock climbing attractions in Spain as it is located next to Desfiladero de los Gaitanes („Gorge of the Gaitanes”). This village is also frequented by mountain bikers, hikers, and campers.
Is a British Overseas Territory located on the southern end of the Iberian Peninsula at the entrance of the Mediterranean. It has an area of 6.0 km2 (2.3 sq mi) and shares its northern border with the Province of Cádiz in Andalusia, Spain. The Rock of Gibraltar is the major landmark of the region. At its foot is a densely populated city area, home to almost 30,000 Gibraltarians and other nationalities.
It’s a ski resort in the Sierra Nevada in the province of Granada in southeastern Spain. The ski area is on the northern slopes of Veleta, the third highest peak in peninsular Spain. This is the most southerly ski resort of Europe.
The resort hosted the 1996 Alpine World Ski Championships, and regularly hosts high-level races of FIS Alpine Ski World Cup. It has been selected to host the 2015 Winter Universidad, the world university games.