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Welcome to AbsoluteAxarquia.com, the complete guide and directory to the AXARQUIA – an ancient area, east of Malaga City, in southern Spain where the beaches stay open all year and orange trees line the streets. Known for THE BEST CLIMATE IN EUROPE, Axarquia has sub-tropical temperatures. Lapped by the Mediterranean waters of the Costa del Sol and sheltered by magnificent mountain ranges, the Axarquia lies within the Malaga Province of Andalucia. We have collected a wealth of information about the Axarquia, it’s towns and villages, food, festivals, attractions and activities. We have also provided lots of information about the rest of Andalucia including cities like Malaga and Granada and Andalucia’s Natural Parks. There is a lot on the site so please use our menu, sitemap and site search to find what you are looking for. For advertising click here.


Exploring Torrox

“The best climate in Europe” boasts the tourist pamphlets in Torrox and by all accounts this is a pretty accurate description of the weather...

Exploring Nerja

At the far Eastern reaches of the Costa del Sol, lies Nerja. Once a tiny fishing village, Nerja is now a cosmopolitan town combining...

Exploring Malaga

For most visitors and many foreign residents, Málaga is simply an airport - a place to arrive at and pass through en route to...


Either love it (which most people do) or hate it, Morocco is easily visited from southern Spain and really is an experience never to...




Mediterranean Chameleon

The Mediterranean Chamelion

The Mediterranean Chamelion, sometimes spelt chameleon, can be found throughout the Axarquia. They are often seen in gardens adjoining fields or wild land, or...


M2 is a difficult object for naked-eye observation and is not visible under normal conditions. Messier Number: M2 NGC Number: NGC 7089 Object Type: Globular...
Wine of Malaga

Malagenean Wine

The coast of Andalucia has always been a magnet for seafarers, explorers, colonists and conquerors, and each group have left a little of their...
Ronda's Parador


King Alfonso XIII was the first to suggest that buildings of national heritage, that had been abandoned or needed restoration, be converted into luxury...