The lands of the Axarquía are like a small Málaga: mount, valley, cornice and coast.
In the mountain is labyrinthine Axarquía of olive trees, almonds and vines and above all of towns, villages and houses of labor that dot the landscape filling it with life. A life that grows in crops sunk in narrow valleys, ascends slopes and is sunk in the paseros.
In the valley, the Axarquia is a fertile plain of fruit and vegetables that goes up, Vélez river above, with lemon and orange groves through Benamargosa and Guaro and even through the small valleys that arrive at the foot of the mountain range.
On the cornice, it is a mountain that overlooks the sea between Mudejar and Mediterranean peoples, sometimes lying on the hillside, others crouched in secluded valleys, with the mountain on its back and the Mediterranean in the background in shreds of horizon; It is also the cornice of springs that satisfy its people, create streams and irrigate terraces.
On the coast, the Axarquía is a landscape of cliffs and coves, of fronts and watchtowers, of beaches and orchards, of tradition and tourism.