Its tourist name is Costa del Sol, that is, the coast where the sun never sets, because most of the days of the year, approximately 300 days, or the equivalent of 3,000 hours a year, are sunny. It is considered one of the most important tourist areas in Spain, since it receives more tourists than any other place in the country. It receives 35% of Spain’s tourism, and its Pablo Ruiz Picasso Airport is the third in Spain after Madrid and Barcelona.