Holidays to Costa del Sol

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"This bright, warm weather in all four seasons comes as no surprise from a destination whose name translates as ‘the Sunshine Coast'"

The Costa del Sol in the south of Spain is made up of 100 miles of stunning shoreline, complete with picturesque little coves, dramatic cliffs and large sandy beaches. Tourists flock to this Mediterranean haven throughout all four seasons, as its idyllic location guarantees perfect sunshine for around 320 days of the year. This bright, warm weather in all four seasons comes as no surprise from a destination whose name translates as ‘the Sunshine Coast’.

Costa del Sol holidays

Holidays in the Costa del Sol provide the perfect combination of action-packed adventure and pure relaxation. The beaches here come with an array of water sports for all guests to enjoy, wide open spaces perfect for sunbathing in and clusters of waterfront bars and restaurants.  The small beach resorts along the Costa del Sol are backed by stretches of untouched countryside, rocky cliffs and quaint fishing villages, while larger resorts such as Malaga are vibrant, modern areas offering first rate accommodation, shopping, dining, and nightlife opportunities. Whether you’re looking to stay somewhere quaint and quiet or a livelier location, Costa del Sol can cater to all of your holiday needs. Let take you there; take a look at our excellent list of deals below and keep on reading to learn more about what this region has to offer.

Places to visit in Costa del Sol

The stunning city of Malaga is the most famous spot along the Costa del Sol. The highlight of this resort is the white sandy beaches which line the coast, perfect for relaxing couples breaks and for anyone in need of a well deserved beach break. Just a short distance from Malaga is El Bajondillo; a vibrant beach with a pretty promenade lined with fresh seafood eateries and souvenir shops. Stylish La Carihuela in Torremolinos is a great choice for fashion-forward travellers, as this bay is close to trendy restaurants, bars and boutiques. And if you’re travelling with the family head to the lively coastal town of Puerto Banus where you can keep everyone happy. Mums and Dads can relax on the beach and admire the comings and goings of multi-million pound yachts at the town’s historic marina while kids splash and play around, and the entire family can get involved with the water sports activities on this beach.

Things to do in Costa del Sol

Long sunny days in Costa del Sol can be full of action, including sightseeing and activities. Malaga, famous for being the birthplace of Pablo Picasso, has many must-see attractions including the well-preserved ruins of the Roman amphitheatre. A great day out here would involve a visit to the Picasso museum which features some great works and insights into the cubist legend and his work. If historical sightseeing is one of your holiday highlights then make sure you pay a visit to Fuengirola; this town is home to a medieval Moorish castle. After exploring this monument, there are plenty of lively bars and restaurants to let your hair down in. And for a more traditional taste of life in Spain, pay a visit to one of the many rustic little villages along the Costa del Sol such as Canuelo. Here you’ll find little family-run restaurants serving authentic cuisine among the Maro Cliffs and a picturesque little beach which is popular with swimmers and divers.