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Costa del Sol: A sunny haven for tourists and remote workers

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One of the most popular destinations in Europe and the world, the Costa del Sol, or the province of Malaga, welcomes many tourists every year who come to enjoy the riches of these regions. An area that also attracts more and more companies and remote workers who want to combine work with pleasure, just a stone’s throw from France.

With more than 160 kilometers of beaches and 325 days of sunshine a year, the Costa del Sol attracts many people in all seasons who come to enjoy the mild Mediterranean climate; But also discover all the riches of its cultural and historical heritage. The county also has the advantage of being well served; Thus every visitor will be able to leave by train, bus or even by car to discover the jewels of Andalusia, in Ronda, Antequera, Seville, Granada or Cordoba.

“Málaga, the city where Picasso was born, is described today as a city of museums. Tourists can also discover the interior through small authentic villages. This province also stands out for its sporting offer, with more than 70 golf courses accessible in particular. Explains Matthias Werner “We will also host the Solheim Cup next September,” said one of the tourism office’s marketing directors.

The province can also be appreciated for its luxurious setting, with the Golden Mile of Marbella featuring many luxury 5-star hotels and famous beach clubs, as well as Michelin-starred restaurants.

Thanks to its international airport – the third largest in Spain – Malaga can be easily reached in less than two and a half hours from Paris, and in less than two hours from the south of France via direct flights. In Malaga, companies can take advantage of 5 conference centers to organize seminars in optimal conditions.

Firmly committed to sustainable tourism, the Tourism Office is working hard to address current environmental challenges, in particular by improving the general management of water in the institutions in the province of Malaga. The Costa del Sol Tourism Office also offers its visitors a carbon dioxide footprint calculator in order to reduce carbon emissions. Through this tool, each person will be able to know the impact of their trip on the environment, and will be able to participate, via the Tourist Office, in agriculture Trees for carbon neutrality. Although imperfect, this action in favor of the environment is just one step among many others towards sustainable tourism.

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