The municipality of Rincón de la Victoria is in the province of Malaga, in the Autonomous Region of Andalusia (Spain).
43,135 inhabitants (at 1/1/2015)
The coat of arms is described in this way:
"The shield is divided in half and then subdivided. In the first section, on a gold background and above azure and silver waves, is a steep cliff face in its natural colour showing the mouth of a cave, in gold, with a jagged outline, which is protected by a wild fig in vert. In the second section, on a gules background and above azure and silver waves, is a hill in its natural colour, topped by a castle in gold, with details in sable and gules. In the third section, on a silver background, is a jábega, a traditional fishing boat in its natural colours above azure and silver waves. Its three oars dip into the waves, and above it is a silver crescent moon, and above that an azure disk representing the planet Venus. The moon is outlined in sable.
Above the coat of arms is a closed Royal Crown, which is a circle of gold, set with precious stones, composed of eight rosettes of acanthus leaves, five of them visible, interpolated with pearls. From the leaves emerge diadems encrusted with more pearls that converge on an azure globe, with a golden equator and semi-meridian, topped with a gold cross and with the crown lined in cloth of gules."
Un rincón hay en la tierra
There exists a corner of the Earth