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The municipality of Malaga is located on the western edge of the Costa del Sol, in the westernmost part of Malaga; if we continued we would already enter the province of Cadiz. Manilva is a small town of just under 15,000 habitants. A quiet area that we can recommend to stay on your vacation, enjoy the nature of the site, taste the fine cuisine of the place, while you take advantage of the short distance to the coast of Manilva, called Las Sabinillas; or you can also take the opportunity to see other key towns of the Costa del Sol like Estepona 16 km away and Marbella just over 40 km, or interesting places of Cadiz such as Sotogrande at 14 km and Gibraltar at 37 km distance.
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The main attraction of travelling to Manilva is to stay in this lovely village, enjoy the vast surrounding nature, visiting the almost unknown Torcal of Manilva whose dimensions do not reach Antequera, but is well worth a visit to such a milestone of nature. Inside the village there are some squares and churches worth seeing. Among these churches is the parish church of Santa Ana from the eighteenth century for its size and shape, having a small area used as a cemetery.
The passage of the Roman Empire in Andalusia is latent in many monuments. Regarding Manilva, it is said that, during the reign of Julius Caesar, he moved to the town to cure a skin disease with the waters of Manilva.
The municipality, as mentioned above, is located a few miles from Las Sabinillas, a district along the coast, provided with a great variety of beaches, a perfect place for visitors of Manilva to come down for a swim and sunbathe. Of all the beaches we recommend: Playa de la Duquesa-El Castillo, Playa de la Arena-El Gobernador, Playa de la Chullera and the beach next to the tower Torre de la Sal.
West of Las Sabinillas is situated the marina Puerto Duquesa with 328 moorings and whose good facilities allow a leisurely stroll, do some shopping, have a drink in the bars or lunch at the restaurants.
Near the harbour is situated the castle Castillo de la Duquesa built during the eighteenth century with the purpose of strengthening the defences of the coast against the arrival of pirates.
North of the harbour lies another compelling argument to travel to Manilva, the golf course La Duquesa Golf & Country Club, which is one of the best options for this sport in Malaga.
Visiting all these attractions in Manilva is possible and easy, thanks to tours and day trips that we organize for you a personalized way.
If you need to get to Manilva from Malaga airport, below there is a map with the itinerary.
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