Malaga law firm
29602 Malaga (Spain)
Malaga, “City of Paradise” in the words of poet Vicente Aleixandre, birthplace of Pablo Picasso and capital of the Costa del Sol, has been known for decades as the city of sun and beach tourism due to its wonderful location on the shoreline of the Mediterranean and to its exceptional microclimate, unique in Spain.
Thanks to the strategic location of its harbour, the second largest in Spain, Malaga has always been an important enclave for commercial exchanges and an mandatory stopover for large cruise ships.
It is also today a cosmopolitan city converted into the City of Museums with a total of 40 art galleries concentrated mostly in the old town. It has the first and so far only headquarters outside France of the prestigious Pompidou Art Center, as well as the first Spanish delegation of the Russian state museum.
Malaga is today a city whose economy also orbits around new information technologies, commerce, agri-food, the automotive industry, electronics, transport, and logistics. Sectors that constantly recruit highly qualified specialized foreigners.
Many French-speaking Europeans have decided to settle there permanently after seeing the unstoppable economic growth of the city, the large number of international schools, a reasonable cost of living and real estate prices for all tastes. Malaga has become a dream destination, both for holidays and for a life project.