Costa del Sol Holidays, Spain

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Gifted with fabulous sunny weather for most of the year, Costa del Sol rightly deserves its nickname of “The Sunshine Coast.” This region in the south of Spain, in the community of Andalusia, is a haven of resorts and high-rise hotels. Although one of its main draws is obviously the sea, there are still lots of other attractions that will attract visitors to her shore.


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Whether it is about going on an adventure out to sea or having a culinary experience, Benalmadena has something to offer for everyone



With a grand offering of sun, sea and sand, Torremolinos is also known for its vibrant nightlife featuring a dazzling array of bars and clubs.



Sitting between Benalmadena and Marbella, Fuengirola is a city visited for its long golden sandy beaches, bars, cafes and restaurants.



With hints of Moorish history, Marbella makes a lovely holiday destination for those who wish to mix the beach along with a dose of history.



There is Marbella, which is an old city with hints of its past Moorish occupation. It has a famous beach, La Fontanilla, which is great for the entire family. There are also several wildlife and theme parks to experience. You can also visit the historic quarter where you’ll get the real Andalusian experience through its whitewashed buildings and fragrant orange trees.

The small mountain village of Casares is also not without its charms. Lying high above Estepona in the Sierra Bermeja, Casares is characterised by numerous ancient white houses piled on top of one another. Casares also offers fantastic views that range from spectacular colourful orchards and over the Mediterranean.

Malaga, one of the oldest cities in the world, is one of the best places to satisfy your lust for art. Art is just about everywhere in the city. There are tons of exhibits centred on themes such as glass and crystal. There are also exhibits of classic cars as well as contemporary installations. And who would forget about the works of Picasso, whose birthplace is this city.

Art, beaches, heritage, parties you name it, Costa del Sol has it – everything from a diverse landscape to a rich culture.