White village a stone's throw from Marbella in a priviledged natural setting between the Sierra Blanca and Sierra Alpujata.
What to see: Church of the Incarnation, the source of Los Chorros, Oil Museum, the Closed Cuevas and Mirador de Las Cuevas, The Interpretation Centre of Nature The Cerezal and the site of the Refuge Jane Jane, point hiking trails.
What must a visit to Malaga includes La Alcazaba, the Gibralfaro Castle, the Plaza de la Merced and Picasso's Birthplace, the Picasso Museum and the Cathedral.
In March 2011, the Carmen Thyssen Museum was inaugurated in the Villalón Palace, a collection of Spanish painting of the nineteenth century.
Among the more than 25 museums include the charming Malaga Car Museum located in the old Tabacalera, one of the most emblematic buildings in Málaga.
Points of interest: The New bridge over the Guadalevin, peep the Tagus, the Bullring and the Bullfighting Museum, and the Museum of Wine. Good bus route.
Climb to the top of the Rock of Gibraltar to enjoy the view over the Strait and the famous Barbary Apes.
It is recommended to use the tour Gibraltar Shopping.
A white tourist town with lovely views over the Mediterranean, especially from the Hermitage, and typical donkey-taxi.
Rental car is recommended.