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When you and your loved one, family, friends (or even just you!) travel to Malaga and Costa del Sol in Spain, you are traveling to find beautiful landscapes, breathtakingly wonderful beaches, fabulously delicious food, as well as interesting customs and traditions. Visiting Málaga and Costa del Sol means he will be emerging yourself in rich culture, but standing heritage and being engrossed in the amazing coastal areas. Being in Malaga and Costa del Sol means being part of a marvellous secret of the absolutely unforgettable.
If you are looking for a little waterfront golf getaway, Malaga and Costa del Sol has you covered as there are more than 70 golf courses in the area making it the number one year p.m. destination for golf tourists, and has even earned the nickname Costa del Golf. In addition to their top-notch golf courses, the area is blessed with pristine weather meaning you'll always be up to get your round in, no matter the time of year.
If golf is not up your alley, and you prefer more cultural experience, Malaga and Costa del Sol still has you covered as there are many historic, artistic and archaeological heritage sites to be discovered. With many theaters, museums, exhibits and concert halls all offering very programs are just begging to be discovered by you. The area is home to over 784 cultural interest sites which includes monuments, archaeological sites, as well as historical places to keep all you culture lovers on the move and in love with the Málaga and Costa del Sol area.
One of the more breathtaking points of cultural interest is The Treasure Cave, or La Cueva del Tesoro. It is the only marina visited cave in Europe, and inside there been discoveries of cave paintings of animals, as well as pottery and other objects that belong to the Neolithic flint lithic industry. However, with the cave is internationally known for his its ancient oral and written traditions and storytelling which reflects the existence of the hidden treasure of Ali Ibn Tasufin Almoravid, and Emperor during the 12th century. Since the 17th century, treasure hunting expeditions having taken place here, even continued into the 20th century by Manuel Laza Palacios.
There is also the Centre Pompidou in Malaga which is housed in a giant glass cube in Muello Uno, right next to the Port of Malaga. This is one of Málaga and Costa del Sol's most iconic, and popular areas. The Centre often shows a selection of 90 pieces of work from the collection of the Centre Georges Pompidou in Paris. The pieces from the 20th to 21st century, and include art by renown artists such as Pablo Picasso, Frida Kahlo, Constantin Brancusi, Antoni Tàpies and Orlan, among others.
The Centre Pompidou Malagra is actually the first branch of the Centre Georges Pompidou to be opened outside of France. And because the Centre Georges Pompidou is one of the world's leading art centers, it is satellite presence in Málaga and Costa del Sol puts the area on the map for fans of contemporary art.