Malaga is one of the eight Spanish provinces that make up the autonomous community of Andalusia. It is located to the south of the peninsula, on the Mediterranean coast between the provinces of Granada, to the east, Cádiz, to the west, to the north it borders the provinces of Córdoba and Seville and its capital is the city of Málaga.
It occupies a surface of 7.306 km2 distributed in 100 municipalities and its population exceeds one and a half million inhabitants, being the second province of Andalusia and the sixth in Spain by population.
Its economy is developing more and more towards the tertiary sector, or service sector, and generates three quarters of the activity and around 70% of employment, while agriculture continues to decline. Tourism and construction have been largely the engines of the provincial economy, although the province also has an important industrial fabric. The fishing sector in Malaga is of great importance as a source of income and employment generation in the capture, marketing and transformation of fishery products.
In its surroundings we can visit many natural areas of great beauty such as the Natural Park of Los Arcornocales, Sierra de Grazalema, Sierra de las Nieves, the Gaitanes gorge, the Sierra del Camorro fault or the Buitreras Canyon.
The capital, Malaga, has a total of 566.447 inhabitants, but there are other large population centers that also attract a lot of tourism, among which Marbella, Estepona, Mijas, Fuengirola and Torremolinos.
In this province we find several Zara Home stores in the densest areas of population:
Liborio Street, 10
Mall LARIOS CENTRO, L. A1121
ESTACIÓN VIALIA L.08 Shopping Center
LA CAÑADA Shopping Center
ROTARY INTERN. Street, 2-3
MIRAMAR Shopping Center, L-A1