Spain and Andalusia
SPAIN AND ANDALUSIA
A melting pot of cultures in southern Europe
Spain is a Mediterranean country, a member of the European Union and a democratic state which respects human rights. Close ties are maintained with surrounding European countries, Latin America and North Africa. With a population of 47 million and an area of 500,000 square kilometres, Spain is one of the most popular tourist destinations in the world due to its climate, landscape, history and gastronomy.
You can learn more about Spain on the website spain.info
In the Realm of the Senses
The University of Malaga is situated in Andalusia, the southernmost region of Spain. Andalusia is the birthplace of Roman emperors, home to the remains of some of the most sophisticated Islamic architecture, point of departure for maritime explorers, inspiration for writers and artists, home of flamenco and a wellspring of olive oil. Just by using your senses, the countless secrets hidden in each corner of Andalusia will be revealed.
To learn more visit the website andalucia.org