The Beautiful and famous region of the Costa Del Sol, located in Southern Spain – the Costa Del Sol weather is one of the many reasons why it’s so incredibly popular to tourist and investors.
For those coming to Malaga and Marbella means finding the beautiful landscapes, delicious food, fabulous endless beaches, traditions and interesting customs. The rich cultural heritage, incredible coastal areas and charming villages, unveiling these marvellous secrets will convince you to stay.
The Costa Del Sol experiences approximately 320 days of sun every year – it’s called the sunshine coast for a reason. The Costa Del Sol is the gateway to the beautiful area of Andalucía, part of Spain known for its ‘Pueblo Blancos’ – the whitewashed villages that are scattered across the.
Marbella the gem of the Costa Del Sol with 25 Kilometres of gorgeous golden sandy beaches, broken up by its 5 star hotels and beach clubs scattered across the coastline. The Sunshine coast lives up to its name – family friendly resorts like Benalmadena connects with the lively area of Torremolinos, backed by tapas bars, shops and ice cream parlours – whilst overlooking a gorgeous beach.
If the traditional life of Spain is what you wish to experience, the lovely seaside town of Estepona may be what you’re looking for. Estepona holds the real Andalusian charm, wandering the cobbled streets, pavement cafes and tapas bars – there is no end to the unusual shops.
If you’re up for a venture away from the typical coastline vibe, you could visit Andalusia’s other three gorgeous cities – Seville, Cordoba and Granada.