Valle de Guadalhorce - Andalucía
Valle de Guadalhorce, also known as Algarbia, is a region of the province of Malaga (Andalusia, Spain), formed by 8 municipalities, in a natural region formed by the river Guadalhorce.
This Valley is known for its fertility and cultivation of vegetable, fruit and citrus, also known as the orchard of Malaga. Although currently the urban expansion of the metropolitan area of Malaga focuses in this area, to its proximity and good communications with the provincial capital.
Nature tourism: Los Gaitanes Gorge
Cuisine: Soups Perot from Álora, soups "include" Slate, soups cachorreñas from Cártama, soups "jervias" of Coin or Alhaurín el Grande "tautología" broth soups, soups made with food from the garden are also the basis of most of the main courses, as it is the Club, the majaillo of asparagus, dressing or the calabacete.
Traditions: There is a great tradition of pottery. The Association of ceramists of the Guadalhorce Valley, consisting of potters with a wealth of experience and curriculum. All of them work for keeping alive the traditional pottery of this area, as well as, innovate with different techniques and styles.