Rincón de la Victoria is located 16km from Málaga, in the region of La Axarquía, with four urban centers: La Cala del Moral, Rincón de la Victoria, Torre de Benagalbón and Benagalbón. With a population of 45,200 people, Rincón de la Victoria is the ninth most populated municipality in the province of Malaga
The town is best known for its sea caves and beaches, La Añoreta golf course and Cueva del Tesoro. The Cueva del Tesoro and other caves in the municipality indicates that Rincón de la Victoria was populated since the Palaeolithic. Being one of the only three caves of underwater origin that are known in the world and the only one in Europe.
Formerly, its highest income was based on the cultivation of grapes for the production of raisins and wine, but today its main activities are retail, followed by hotels (17%) and construction.
Thanks to its proximity to the sea, it has a mild climate averaging 18ºc and about 2,980 hours of sunshine a year.