Costa Blanca

Unforgettable beaches and coves, beautiful coastal mountain ranges and infallible sun make the Costa Blanca a paradise all year round 

​​​​​​​​​​​​All trips have a magical moment. In the Costa Blanca, that instant in which the traveller experiences a kind of revelation can happen in many different times and places. It could happen while taking a walk at sunset, when the "warm and humble light" described by Gabriel Miró starts to hide behind the mountain top of the Aitana. It could happen when feeling the happiness of childhood games while visiting one of the 170 beaches and coves along the Mediterranean coast. Or it could take place when sailing the ocean in a recreational boat, feeling the eastern or south-eastern wind against the sails, when using our rhythmic energy while kayaking or after completing one of the province's 21 golf courses in which the sun shines over 300 days a year.

On other occasions, the magic can happen unexpectedly with small everyday things. For example, when eating a rice dish or another popular gastronomic dish in an outside restaurant on the Island of Tabarca, after having enjoyed a swim in its marine reserve. Sometimes the feeling that time has stopped can happen when feeling the pleasure of tasting an intense wine, one of those which has made Alicante famous since Roman times.

Or when visiting a town's old quarter, surrounded by stone fortresses, you can reminisce about the past and heritage of the various municipalities in the province. The Moorish legacy can be seen in the architecture and urban landscapes.

Elche, with its Palmeral and Misteri, both of which are world heritage sites. Alcoy and Novelada, modernists. Alicante, saluting the sea from the promenade. Benidorm, challenging the horizon with its mythical skyline. Orihuela, wrapped up in the echo hernandiano and its majestic sacred art.


Costa del Sol

Without doubt the Costa del Sol is one of the most popular holiday destinations in the world. From Almeria to Tarifa, is ready to satisfy the wishes of everyone regardless of tastes, ages or nationalities, with so many infrastructures and attractions it truly is soemthing for everyone.  

Kilometres of fine sandy beaches and a mild climate throughout the year and modern infrastructure attracts every year thousands of tourists to holiday resorts like Benalmadena, Torremolinos, Marbella, Fuengirola, Marbella and Estepona.

The region East of Malaga is less popular than the West, but not deizxa so you have very nice sites such as Rincon de la Victoria, Torre del Mar, Velez Malaga and Nerja; This region combines a beautiful coastline with white villages and towns and some of the most spectacular scenery of the Axarquía interior.

History & Culture
This area has been permanently inhabited since the time of the Phoenicians and the Greeks, Romans and Moors. All they have left your mark on the architecture and culture of the region.

The Costa del Sol is as rich in culture as any other region of Andalusia. From Picasso to bullfighting, flamenco to colorful fairs of the region has a large cultural offer.

Cities and towns on the Costa del Sol 
Nerja is situated on East port Costa del Sol in the province of Malaga to 50 km from the city of Malaga and the around 1 hour away and Granada and the Sierra Nevada ski resort.

Malaga is the capital of the province with the same name and the second largest city in Andalucía with 600.000 inhabitants. These are very outgoing and warm, which may have to do with the excellent climate, Mediterranean diet or simply because they live in a beautiful city near the sea.

The coastal resort of Benalmadena grew rapidly in the last decades due to tourism and has become one of the major destinations on the Costa del Sol.

Fuengirola is located between Malaga and Marbella, near the towns of Mijas and Benalmadena. This city is one of the most popular on the Costa del Sol; is an excellent choice for families and children for its beaches and offer in outdoor activities.

Marbella is one of the most representative tourism destinations for long periods and is a favorite of vacationers. Their marinas, golf, even the restaurants and bars are impressive and luxurious. In addition Both the nightlife as the beaches, quality medical care are all reasons why many tourists choose Marbella as the preferred destination of your vacation.

Estepona is one of the most popular destinations on the Costa del Sol and yet manages to keep the your Andalusian charm. Located on the western end of the Costa del Sol at the foot of the Sierra Bermeja.

Leisure activities
With millions of visitors, it is not surprising therefore that the Costa del Sol has a wide offer in leisure activities.

This coast is proud to have the largest number of quality golf courses being sometimes called the Costa del Golf. There are a total of 60 fields that serve beginner to the most advanced such as Valderrama in Sotogrande, which hosts every year the Volvo Masters Championship.

There are theme parks and water parks, go-karting, safari parks and many excellent public gardens. For the young people of the two attractions are in Benalmadena's Marina and the famous Puerto Banus. Both trendy and chic with excellent bars open till daybreak.

This coast has become a privileged destination for those seeking a vacation of wellness and spa. From the spa to the thalasso spas Arab of five stars in large luxury hotels, you can find a healthy vacation option for all scholarships.

Diversity, freshness and character are three words that well the gastronomy of the Costa del Sol.

Diversity: the diversity of cultures that reside here, associated with the high volume of tourism means that you can find here all the type and nationality of kitchens.

Freshness: situated along the Mediterranean ensures the freshness of fish and shellfish caught daily, as well as the freshness of the vegetables brought in from the inside.

Character: regardless of the region where we met the Spanish cuisine is always full of character. The stews of meat, grilled fish, delicious tapas are to die for.

The costa del sol has a good road network with the Sun motorway linking Malaga to Estepona and the southern Gibraltar. The old N340 not being so quick, offers however lovely views along the coast. There are still good roads to Granada, Seville and Cordoba for those who want to venture out for the amazing interior of Andalusia.

The Malaga International Airport has scheduled flights to most European cities and is located a mere 10 minutes from the Centre of Málaga and 30 minutes from most other holiday destinations on the Costa del Sol.

It is difficult to get a so good climate in another part of Europe as the climate on the Coast of the Sun throughout the year.

The mild climate attracts both tourists and residents from Northern Europe seeking a favourable climate and healthy. The summer months can be very hot coming to have temperatures between 35-40 degrees, and in winter? Well, it's not unlikely to make the Christmas lunch on the beach!