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Turismo

Diputación de Málaga
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    La Puerta de Estepa was named such as it way the gateway for visitors who came from Seville. It was originally built in 1749 and was the work of the municipal master-builder, Martín Bogas....

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    Formerly the Monasterio de San José de la Soledad, this is located in the Plaza del Carmen. Of the original building, only the cloister and the church (now a theatre), with its XVIII-century...

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    The origin of the name is somewhere between history and legend. The story goes that there two families were litigating as they each wanted their surname – one was Pereiro and the other was...

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    The origins of this village are not totally clear according to experts, although it is believed that there was a settlement on this site even before the existence of the Arabs. After the Christian...

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    The course is located between San Pedro Alcantara and Estepona. Pedro Moran designed the course. Bisected by a meandering stream, the course demands accuracy off the trees, especially on the...

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    Malaga has a new recreation and leisure area within the port which has been called The Palm Grove of Surprises and whose works have been delayed about four years until the inauguration in 2011. This...