The bustling coastal city of Málaga is situated in Andalusia, an Autonomous Community of Spain, on the Mediterranean Sea, around 60 kilometers northeast of Marbella and 180 kilometers west of Roquetas de Mar. As the second largest city in Andalusia and the sixth in the entire country, it joins with a number of adjacent towns to form an impressive metropolitan area. It is situated on the Costa del Sol, and is one of the oldest cities in the entire world, with settlement dating back more than 2,500 years.


Not surprisingly, Málaga is also a popular tourist destination for boating and yachting enthusiasts from around the world, thanks to its subtropical climate and rich cultural heritage. Interestingly, the seaport here has been in operation since 600 BCE, and is still home to a thriving fishing fleet. In addition to functioning as an important international cargo centre, the port here also boasts excellent amenities and direct access for seafaring travelers to all that Málaga has to offer.


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Andalucia / Costa del Sol
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