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For many, the Costa del Sol is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe and possible the world. Stretching from Almeria to Tarifa, it caters for all tastes, ages and nationalities; with such a wide range of facilities and attractions, there is something for everyone to enjoy.
With kilometers of sandy beaches, great all year round sunny climate and modern facilities keep tourists flocking back year after year to resorts such as Torremolinos, Benalmadena,Mijas, Fuengirola, Marbella and Estepona.
History & Culture Costa del SolThe area’s history dates back to the Phoenicians and has since been inhabited by Greeks,
Romans and Moors, all of whom have left their mark on the architecture and culture of the
region.The Costa del Sol is as much steeped in culture as any other region of Andalucia;
from Picasso, tobullfighting, flamenco to the colourful ferias, the region has an immense
Towns and Villages of the Costa del SolNerja is situated at the eastern tip of the Costa del Sol, in the province of Malaga,50 km from
the city of Malaga and within an hour and a half’s drive from Granada and the ski resort of the
Sierra Nevada.Malaga is the capital city of the province of Malaga and Andalucía’s second
largest city with 600,000inhabitants.The locals are very friendly and extroverted people,
which could have something to do with the great year-round weather, fabulous Mediterranean
diet or simply because they live in a beautiful, cultural city by the sea.
Leisure Activities on the Costa del Sol
With millions of people annually visiting the Costa del Sol it’s not surprising that there is a
comprehensive infrastructure of leisure facilities and activities.
The coast boasts one of the highest concentrations of world-class golf courses, to the extent that it is
often dubbed "The Costa del Golf". There are over 60 courses in total, from beginner and easy courses, through the elite courses like Valderrama in Sotogrande, which plays host each year to the Volvo Masters.
For families there are theme parks galore, plus water parks, go-karting, safari parks and many beautiful public gardens. For younger visitors the main areas of attraction are Benalmadena’s
Puerto Marina (Marina Port) and the famous, or infamous Puerto Banus. Both are trendy and chic, but be warned the bars and clubs don’t get busy until near midnight and stay open till dawn.
The coast has also fast become a first-class destination for those looking for a spa and relax holiday. From the Arabic spa in Málaga to five star Thalosso spas in luxury health resorts; there is a healthy option for everyone’s budget.
Climate on the Costa You can’t get a much better climate in the whole of Europe than you is enjoyed 356 days a year on the Costa del Sol.
The mild climate attracts both tourists and northern European residents looking for healthier, happier and sunnier climes. The summer months can get very hot, reaching temperatures of 35-40 degrees, and in the winter? Well, Christmas lunch
on the beach is often enjoyed, say no more!
The Costa del Sol has a very well organised infrastructure with the Autopista del Sol providing quick access from Malaga to Estepona and beyond to Gibraltar. The old N340 coast road is a
little slower but offers some lovely sea views as it winds its way along the coast. Links between Granada, Seville and Cordoba are easily accessible for those wishing to venture further into Andalucia and the rest of Spain.
The International airport of Málaga has regular flights to most major cities and is located just 10 minutes from Malaga City centre, and within 30 minutes by car from most other popular resorts on
the coast. The new expansion to the airport has also made the whole experience more comfortable and opened the region to new routes from all over the world.
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