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Malaga (province)

The province of Málaga (Spanish Provincia de Málaga) is located in the southern coast of Spain, in the Autonomous Community of Andalusia. It is surrounded by the Mediterranean sea at the South, and by the provinces of Huelva, Sevilla, Córdoba and Granada.

Its main industry and claim to fame is its tourist resorts, particularly those on the beaches along The Sun Coast (Costa del Sol). These beaches are visited by millions of European tourists. But besides the beaches, the mountainous province has some very interesting places to visit, like the gorge of El Chorro or the Torcal in Antequera[?]

Its main cities are Málaga, with over half a million inhabitants, Marbella[?], Nerja[?] and Ronda[?].

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