The province of Málaga is the perfect location from which to discover the rest of the Andalusian destinations. The province is not only the central axis of the region but borders four of its provinces (Cádiz, Seville, Córdoba and Granada). Thanks to this, it is the starting point to make getaways in a very short time to such varied areas as the natural parks of Grazalema and Los Alcornocales, historical cities of Córdoba and Granada or the Costa Tropical. Thus, from the capital of Malaga there are more than a dozen Andalusian tourist destinations that are less than two hours away by car. These are some of them, but if you are going to buy a house in this area do not fail to investigate the myriad possible destinations that this city offers.

It took many years , but after the completion of the Malaga-Córdoba motorway, this wonderful city is today less than two hours' drive from the Costa del Sol. Known especially for its extensive historical legacy and located next to the Guadalquivir river , it has some of the architectural jewels of the old Al-Andalus, such as its Mosque-Cathedral, around which revolves its historic centre, which, in turn, is protected as a World Heritage Site. The Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos, the Synagogue, the Julio Romero de Torres Museum, the Roman Bridge or its most emblematic squares – The Tendilla and the Corredera – are some of the must-sees near to the centre. A few kilometre from the city you can visit what is left of Medina Azahara, a Palatine city built by Abderraman III.

Little introduction is needed to this famous Andalusian city, located an hour and a half from the capital of Malaga. Those who visit what was the capital of the Nasrid kingdom can easily understand a phrase from medieval times that has not lost its validity: "There is nothing in life like the penalty of being blind in Granada". In addition to having the unique Andalusian monument in the world, the Alhambra, in the city you can visit neighborhoods that give off a special magic, such as the Albaicín or the Sacromonte, that surround you always with the long Andalusian past of the city. The Cathedral of Granada, next to which lie the mortal remains of the Catholic Monarchs, the Generalife or the monastery of San Jerónimo are other reasons to spend more time in this city that bewitches through all of thee five senses. The sense of taste is revealed in its famous and generous tapas, indispensable if you visit the city.

One of the cities which attracts the majority of tourists in Andalusia, Seville is two and a quarter hours drive from Malaga.
Nestled on the banks of the Guadalquivir River, Seville is heir to a rich Arab heritage and its status as a thriving trading port with the Americas.
The Andalusian capital distills joy and bustle in each of the streets and squares that make up its historic centre which houses an interesting set of buildings declared World Heritage sites and popular neighborhoods, such as Triana or La Macarena.
Museums and art galleries, theme parks, cinemas, theatres are just some of the endless leisure possibilities that a large city such as Seville has. All this without forgetting the numerous terraces, pubs and bars in which to practice one of the most ingrained and tasty customs of the city: the "tapeo".

It is located about two hours and forty-five minutes from Malaga.
Today Cadiz is best known for its long and influential history (it is the oldest city in Western Europe and with archaeological remains dating back 3100 years), not only at the national level but also for its importance in history such as the Punic wars , the Romanization of Iberia, the discovery and conquest of America or the establishment of the liberal regime in Spain with its first constitution, as well as its subsequent influence of this for the constitutions of the independent former Spanish colonies. The entire city is home to numerous squares, gardens, churches and other sites that remember this.
Rural tourism, adventure, nature, active tourism, etc. can be found by living in any corner of the region of the Axarquia