As the name implies, the Costa del Sol is a wonderful paradise for sun and beach lovers. But this is not all. The region has many more reasons to be visited: the charm of its picture-postcard towns and cities, fun and party, activities for the whole family and a sport that stands out above all, golf.
A unique and unrepeatable beauty. The sandy beaches of the Costa del Sol are ideal for lying down and disconnecting, surrounded by spectacular scenery. And if you are into water sports, you are in luck: many of them offer water activities such as kayaking or snorkelling. The most famous beaches on the Costa del Sol are those of Malagueta, Burriana, Puerto Banús, Cabopinos and Carihuela.
The charm of its towns and cities
The Costa del Sol can boast the well-known “white villages”. Mijas Pueblo, Ojén, Casares and Frigiliana are some of the most prominent. There is a route, called the “route of the white villages”, formed by a total of 19 villages. It can be done totally or partially, depending on the days you want to invest. There are also other areas of great beauty: Marbella, Málaga, Benalmádena, Estepona and Ronda, with their old quarters and monumental works.
Fun and party
At night there are many options to have a great time on the Costa del Sol. The Puerto Deportivo de Benalmádena, Marbella, Fuengirola and Los Alamos beach have bars, pubs, nightclubs and beach bars to dance and have fun.
Enjoy with your family
Without a doubt, the Costa del Sol is a perfect destination to enjoy a family holiday. You can visit the Tivoli World amusement park, get on the Benalmádena cable car with bird’s eye views of the entire Costa del Sol, eat sailor style rice or take a boat trip to watch whales, dolphins and killer whales in the Strait of Gibraltar.
If you are passionate about golf, the Costa del Sol is your ideal destination. So much so, that it is sometimes popularly known as the “Costa del Golf”. It has more than 70 top-notch golf courses, surrounded by stunning landscapes, such as Añoreta Golf or Valle Romano Golf & Resort.