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The Tourist Board at the presentation of “Antequera, Luz de Luna”

Invited by the Tourism, Trade and Employment Department of the Antequera Town Council, the Costa del Sol Tourist Board attended the presentation of a new edition of “Antequera, Luz de Luna” (Antequera by the Moonlight), a programme comprising a series of tourist activities organised by the Antequera Town Council, the Medium-Sized Cities in Central Andalusia – Your History Foundation, and the Torcal Alto Visitor Centre.
The activities include visits to the Town Museum (Antequera Town Council), guided walking and bus tours of the old town (day and night), “dream-like evenings” at the Arab Fortress (Medium-Sized Cities in Central Andalusia – Your History Foundation), food tastings, and star watching and hiking events at El Torcal (Torcal Alto Visitor Centre), among others. All of them can be done individually or in groups. Visitors must register at the Antequera Tourist Office. The programme will be available from July to September.
The presentation was attended by local reporters, travel agents, hoteliers, and institutions like Turismo de Andalucía or the Málaga-Costa del Sol Tourist Board.

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