Manilva is a municipality and town located on the Costa del Sol in the province of Malaga, Spain. It is situated in the western part of the Costa del Sol, near the border with Gibraltar. Manilva is known for its picturesque coastal landscapes, charming villages, and relaxed atmosphere.

The municipality of Manilva consists of three main areas: Manilva Pueblo (the town center), Sabinillas (the coastal area), and Puerto de la Duquesa (the marina). Each area offers its own unique attractions and atmosphere.

Manilva Pueblo is a traditional Spanish village perched on a hillside, offering panoramic views of the surrounding countryside and Mediterranean Sea. The village is characterized by narrow, winding streets, white-washed houses, and a tranquil ambiance. Visitors can explore the town's historic church, enjoy local cuisine at traditional restaurants, and immerse themselves in the authentic Spanish atmosphere.

Sabinillas is the coastal area of Manilva, known for its sandy beaches, promenade, and beachfront restaurants. Playa de Sabinillas is a popular beach where visitors can relax, sunbathe, and enjoy various water sports activities. The promenade is lined with palm trees and offers a pleasant stroll along the coast, with numerous cafes, bars, and shops along the way.

Puerto de la Duquesa is a charming marina situated in Manilva, offering a picturesque setting with boats and yachts moored in a scenic harbor. The marina features a range of waterfront restaurants, bars, and shops, making it a popular spot for dining and enjoying the vibrant atmosphere. It is also a departure point for boat trips and fishing excursions.

Manilva is known for its rich cultural heritage. The Castillo de la Duquesa, a fortress dating back to the 18th century, is a notable landmark in the area. It now houses an art gallery and hosts various cultural events and exhibitions. The municipality is also home to several archaeological sites, including Roman ruins and a 4th-century Roman bathhouse.

Manilva celebrates various festivals and events throughout the year, showcasing local traditions and customs. The Manilva Fair, held in August, features flamenco music, dancing, and colorful parades. Other events include the Holy Week processions and the Night of San Juan, a midsummer celebration with bonfires and beach parties.

Nature lovers will appreciate the natural beauty surrounding Manilva, with opportunities for hiking and exploring the nearby Sierra Bermeja mountains and natural parks.

Manilva offers a more tranquil and authentic experience compared to some of the larger tourist resorts on the Costa del Sol. It is a destination for those seeking a relaxed coastal getaway, cultural exploration, and a taste of traditional Spanish life.

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