• Malaga

    Málaga is one of southern Spain’s most welcoming and happening cities, and it more than justifies a visit. Visitor... Read More
  • Almunecar

    This small-time resort with a shingle beach is popular with Spanish and Northern European vacationers. It's been... Read More
  • Almeria

    Warmed by the sunniest climate in Andalusia, Almería is a youthful Mediterranean city, basking in sweeping views... Read More
  • Nerja

    Nerja—the name comes from the Moorish word narixa, meaning "abundant springs"—has a large community of expats,... Read More
  • The Axarquia

    The Axarquía region stretches from Nerja to Málaga, and the area's charm lies in its mountainous interior, peppered... Read More
  • Agua Amarga

    Like other coastal hamlets, Agua Amarga started out in the 18th century as a tuna-fishing port. These days, as... Read More
  • Ojen

    For a contrast to the glamour of the coast, drive up to Ojén, in the hills above Marbella. Take note of the beautiful... Read More
  • Marbella

    Thanks to its year-round mild climate and a spectacular natural backdrop, Marbella has been a playground for the... Read More
  • Mijas

    Mijas is in the foothills of the sierra just north of the coast. Long ago foreign retirees discovered the pretty,... Read More
  • Fuengirola

    Fuengirola is less frenetic than Torremolinos. Many of its waterfront high-rises are vacation apartments that cater... Read More
  • Benalmadena

    Benalmádena-Pueblo, the village proper, is on the mountainside 7 km (4 miles) from the coast. It's surprisingly... Read More
  • Torremolinos

    Torremolinos is all about fun in the sun. It may be more subdued than it was in the action-packed 1960s and 1970s,... Read More
  • Antequera

    The town of Antequera holds a surprising number of magnificent baroque monuments (including some 30 churches)—it... Read More
  • Tarifa

    Tarifa's strong winds helped keep it off the tourist maps for years, but now it is Europe's biggest center for... Read More
  • Casares

    The mountain village of Casares lies high above Estepona in the Sierra Bermeja, with streets of ancient white... Read More
  • Estepona

    Estepona is a pleasant and relatively tranquil seaside resort, despite being surrounded by an ever-increasing number... Read More
  • The Cabo de Gata Nature Reserve

    The southeast corner of Spain is one of the country’s last unspoiled wildernesses, and much of the coastline is... Read More