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    Costa del Sol

    Enjoy 320 days of sun on Costa del Sol

    Featuring more than 325 sunny days a year and the Mediterranean Sea as a backdrop, this part of Spain is a popular destination year-round due to its incredible weather and captivating geography.


    Costa del Sol has a Mediterranean climate, and summer months are hot and dry, and winter months are mild and humid, where summer temperatures range between 20°C and 30°C, and in winter months from 5°C to 17°C, generally reaching 18°C to 20°C.

    There are numerous towns and cities on the Costa del Sol, including: Málaga, Torremolinos, Benalmádena, Fuengirola, Mijas, Marbella, Nerja, Torrox, Algarrobo, Vélez-Málaga, Rincón de la Victoria, Benahavis,Ronda, Estepona, Casares, Manilva, San Roque, and Concepción Line. Every one of these special places offers visitors the chance to relax, have fun, have a gastronomic experience, go on an adventure, and much more. A destination like Costa del Sol has a lot to offer and is therefore favored by families, couples, groups of friends as well as solo travellers.

    There are beaches for all tastes on the more than 150 kilometers of coastline, from the noisiest to the quietest and most lonely; some of them are virgin beaches and others are equipped with the most modern services and a high-quality hotel offer. Beautiful scenery accompanies the long, warm beaches that are scattered between mountains and the sea.

    Costa del Sol offers a wide range of tourist services, such as mooring points for sports boats, which are distributed among 13 marinas and yacht clubs. In addition to golf courses and clubs, the coastline has facilities for practicing all types of water sports, casinos, shopping centers, and a wide assortment of services to satisfy people who enjoy leisure activities.

    Tips / You must not miss:

    El Espeto. Sardine skewers are one of the star dishes of Malaga’s gastronomy that every visitor to Costa del Sol should try. The espeto involves stringing fish, typically sardines, on long and fine rods and roasting them on the sand with firewood. A photograph of this typical dish is also one of the most common souvenirs taken by tourists to remember their gastronomic experiences.

    The route of Los Pueblos Blancos. It is a suitable alternative for those who are looking for different activities or are interested in knowing a little more about the Andalusian culture. The white colour of their houses is a tradition that has passed from generation to generation. It is the “whitewash” a mixture of lime, sand, and water that serves as the exterior coating of buildings, and thus be able to protect themselves from the intense heat and from epidemics. The white house contrasts with the embellishment of its streets with dozens of flowerpots of bright and cheerful colours where radiant bougainvillea hang.

     The ports. Visiting the marinas of the Costa del Sol can become an interesting experience as you can appreciate the symbiosis between nature and man. The most interesting ports to visit are: The most glamorous and well-known is Puerto Banús, while the port of Estepona is the most traditional; Puerto Marina has received several awards for its structure and architecture; while the Port of Malaga is ideal for observing the cruise ships that arrive in the city, and lastly the smallest but no less attractive, the Port of Cabopino.

    Water rides. Along the coast, there is a wide offer to enjoy the sea sailing in its crystal-clear waters with family, couples, or with friends. Sailing on sailboats with dolphin watching, Catamaran rides along the coast, or watching the sunset on the high seas are some options that will make visitors fall in love with this privileged area of ​​Andalusia.

    Many articles can be written about Costa del Sol but the best way to get to know it is to visit and enjoy everything it has to offer.