About 50 kilometres from the city of Malaga is a small treasure of the province of Malaga, the town of Carratraca. With narrow streets and white houses, this town has many attractions that invite you to a unique and unforgeable visit to discover the magic of the Andalusian mountain towns.
The popularity of ecological products has experienced a remarkable development in recent years. We are becoming increasingly aware of the properties and benefits of eating these foods and there are many studies that endorse their healthy characteristics as opposed to crops grown using intensive farming techniques.
The province of Malaga is home to several hidden natural treasures. Magic places that hide behind the vegetation, mysterious coves , unknown rocks , dream viewpoints or fantasy sand dunes , among many others, form the Malaga landscape. And they all have small hidden jewels to discover: the Malaga minerals.
With its adhesion, rural agrotourism aims to boost mainly the commercialisation and export of olive oil, avocado and other Spanish ecological products to Sweden, and also to encourage sustainable tourism in Spain with rural accommodation, activities organisation and environmental initiatives.
Over 400 people participated in the First Open Day meeting at Finca Solmark on the Environment, ecology and sustainable tourism
The event, which was held on 5 October, was attended by the president of the Regional Council of Malaga, Mr J. Francisco Salado and the Mayoress of Carratraca, Ms Francisca Jiménez Morilla.
It will be held in its facilities in Carratraca, Malaga, on 5 October at 11:30 a.m. , and will be attended by the President of the Regional Council of Malaga, Mr J. Francisco Salado