Natura Málaga returns


The second edition of ‘Natura Málaga’ returns to the Palacio de Congresos this May, to present all the disciplines that make life healthier and more sustainable

From 14 to 16 of May, ‘El Palacio de Ferias y Congresos de Málaga (FYCMA)’ will host the second edition of ‘Natura Málaga’, the only Fair in Andalucía dedicated to Healthy Living and Sustainable Development and aims to bring a healthy lifestyle to consumers, producers and distributors of natural products that will help secure the future of our planet.

Organised by FYCMA itself, the fair is part of the organisations commitment to respecting the environment, sustainability and healthy lifestylsa, reflecting their commitment to organising varied and innovative events at the centre in line with latest trends and interests of the public of Málaga. After the success in the first edition, with over 7,000 visitors, ‘Natura Málaga’ returns in 2010 with new activities and workshops, a presentation area and a wide range of products and services for those who choose to live healthily, naturally. This year the fair will feature an area dedicated to organic farming called ‘Earth Market’ where they can showcase their products, and visitors can discover and buy a great range of organic goods. Alongside this there will be ‘Naturaula’, created this year for companies who want to make a presentation to the public, whether or not they exhibit at the fair. Among the exhibition areas will be present government, farming, healthy food, world crafts, associations, bio, fair trade, natural cosmetics and hygiene, sport, diet, ecology and eco-technology, eco-tourism, publishing, renewable energy, training, gardening sustainable clothing and textiles, child games, natural medicine, environment, furniture and home decor, music, NGOs, recycling, restoration, health, services, natural and alternative therapies, health tourism, rural tourism, sustainable tourism …

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