Area Metropolitana de Malaga - Andalucía
Populations (1): Malaga
Attractions: Monuments such as the magnificent cathedral, the Arab fortress built between the 11th and 14th centuries, the Roman Theatre, the Palace customs nde, the Episcopal Palace, and the houses the Rectorate of the University of Malaga, among many others.
With the opening of the Picasso Museum in 2003, the capital of the Costa del Sol is becoming one of the major destinations of the so-called cultural tourism.
Nature tourism: Natural resources, especially the coastline.
Agricultural production: The olive grove olive oil, almond, lemon, Orange, olive groves of olives for table and the vineyard.
Gastronomy: The fish of sardines, anchovies, either fried in vinegar, and the fried fish made from anchovies, mackerel, red mullet, Octopus and squid, are the most typical dishes, but also include noodle casserole, gazpacho, the gazpacho, crumbs, Malaga salad, ajoblanco and porra antequerana.
Traditions: Such as its fair in August and Holy week festivities are equally important signs of the identity and culture of the people of Malaga.