The city covers 398.25 square kilometres and has a population of almost 568,479 inhabitants, although almost a million people live in the metropolitan area.
The main environmental and geographical factors that have affected the city's evolution and development are maritime influences, its location in two river valleys (the Guadalhorce and the Guadalmedina), its topographic relief and its climate.
Infrastructure in Malaga
Malaga is an ideal city for business development, with a privileged strategic location perfectly connected by roads, high-speed trains (AVE), an international airport and a seaport. The high-speed train (AVE) links the city with various cities in Spain, including Valencia, Barcelona and Madrid, in just a few hours. The international airport ranks fourth among the Spanish airports in terms of traffic volume.
Malaga: commitment to the future
The Technology Park of Andalusia (PTA), located in Malaga, is a high-quality facility for SMEs and large enterprises, innovative and environmentally dedicated to the production environment, advanced services, and R & D.
Club Malaga Valley is an initiative supported by a distinguished group of presidents of the most important ICT companies based in Spain. The Club´s goal is to design the policies and strategic guidelines to solidify Malaga as the most important technological region in Europe. The purpose of these meetings is to design policies and action plans to convert Malaga into the most important area of technological excellence in Europe: a "Silicon Valley" of Europe.
- Malaga SmartCity: Link
- Zem2All Project: Link
- Green e Motion project: Link
- Smart and efficient municipal buildings: Link
- Technological Culture: Link
Mr. Alfonso Palacios Carrasco