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Málaga Golf Courses
El Parador Golf Club:
The province of Malaga has three Golf Clubs with special fields, El Parador Golf with more history that no one else, with streets parallel along the beach which gives name. 27 holes 9 P & P, this golf club dates back to the year 1925, 3 km. from the airport.
Guadalhorce Club de Golf.
A social Club private, formed by a group of friends amateur golf. 7 Km from the airport Málaga-Costa the Sun. Opened in 1990, offers sports facilities such as swimming pools, tracks of paddle tennis courts, and sauna. Its course is 6200 meters approximately, par 72 long.
El Candado Golf Club.
The club course with an extension of more than 2,300 meters, and a tour of 9 holes, as well as glass paddle court, tennis courts, two swimming pools, with artificial grass football ground.
El Candado Golf Club also offers its Yacht Club with more than 250 marina moorings. It is only 5 km away from Malaga capital.
Malaga city is divided into eleven districts with independent municipal boards, divided into townships and industrial estates, these are:
District 1, Center - District 2, East district - district 3, Ciudad Jardín - District 4, Bailen/Miraflores - District 5, Palma/Palmilla - District 6, Cruz de Humilladero - District 7, Carretera de Cádiz - district 8, Churriana - District 9 Campanillas - District 10, Puerto de la Torre - District 11, Teatinos University.
According to the latest data report from INE (National Statistics Institute) residents registered in the city, reached 577.095 of inhabitant as from January the 1st 2010, it is the sixth city in population of Spain and second on the Andalusia community. Including the entirety of the municipalities of the metropolitan area, these figures increase up to 987.813inhabitants.
Málaga city is twinned with:
El Aaiún (Sahara Occidental) - Faro (Portugal) - Galveston (EE.UU.) - Manila (Filipinas) - Melilla (España) - Mobile (EE.UU.) - Passau (Alemania) - Popayán (Colombia) - Tiro (Líbano) - Zacatecas (México)
Malaga's economic activity has increased the most out of the eight cities in Andalusia community, (according to the last 2011 yearly economic report of Caixa statistics department). Within the national ranking by cities, places it in fourth position. The main industry of the area is tourism with a strong activity throughout the year, obtaining important income of this sector which is the main support of the area economy.
The main entrance doors of tourist in the area are:
Malaga-Costa del Sol Airport is the most important airport of Andalusian community, third important on the peninsula, only behind Madrid and Barcelona's airport, and the fifth in the whole Spanish national territory.
The Cruise Maritime Station, Malaga's port is the second important one of the Iberian Peninsula, after Barcelona's port, the last data included the regular line from Melilla/Malaga with a stable continuously yearly service transporting 350,000 passengers annually, reaching an overall average of 1,000,000 passengers, with the implementation of the new terminals building in its first year of activity. The renovations carried out in the hotel sector of the capital, situated Malaga on first position of the best valued city in Spain, having increased considerably the figures of tourists arriving at the Costa del Sol.
Malaga's Mains road network communications:
E-15 - A7 Algeciras Málaga -
E-15 - A7 Almería-Murcia-Alicante-Valencia-Barcelona-Málaga
A-45 Córdoba - Encinas Reales - Antequera - Málaga
AP-46 Puerto de las Pedrizas - Málaga
A-357 Campillos - Alora - Cártama Málaga