Malaga, attractively located on the south coast of Spain at the foot of the Montes de Malaga amid luxuriant subtropical vegetation, is one of the oldest Mediterranean ports.

The wide sweep of Malaga Bay is bounded on the east by the Punta de los Cántales and on the west by the Torre de Pimentel. Half way round the bay is the hill of Gibralfaro, crowned by its castle. To the west of the town extends the fertile Vega or Hoya de Malaga, in which oranges, figs, bananas, sugar-cane, cotton and other crops flourish.


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