Number #1 destination
Experience the best beaches in Spain. People spend all day on the beach or in cool shopping centers. In the evening enjoy live music by the and have fun at chiringquitos, beach clubs with dining and having cold drinks and cocktails.
Lovely summer! Great hot days and so nice warm nights to sit out and enjoy the ocean, restaurants, shopping and nightlife. Little by little beach starts to wake up. People will swim and sunbathe. Relax!
The Costa Del Sol area will triple the population. It also means problems with parking places, rental and etc.. With the peak season usually starting with June and highest prices rising July and August months on top. That’s how it is.
The Costa del Sol – in total it stretches over 20 miles between Nerja to the east to Manilva to the west, is located by the Mediterranean. With over 300 sunny days a year, the area is one of Europe’s most famous and most popular holiday destinations such as Malaga, Marbella, Fuengirola, Nerja and others. The beaches are very beautiful and clean.
There is a lot to do all year round, not just in summer months. Climate is warm all year round on winter coolers but rarely below +1 at night. And the temperature of the days is usually between +15 and 20 degrees. July and Augut are the hottest months, the heat can rise above 40 degrees. It’s hot.
What can you do here, when is it so hot? Swim, swim and swim.
But the Costa del Sol is more than seaside resorts. Costa Del Sol belongs to the Andalucian province and Málaga is the area’s capital. There are white village town’s speed and fan, Marbella gives you the pleasure metropolis and Buerto Banus taste of luxury life with nice cars and boats. The sea and the mountains offer the peace of nature.
If you want to see more of the genuine Andalusia, the region that the Costa del Sol belongs to, you should head up into the mountains. Just above Marbella is Ronda, the farm Ferdinand’s hometown, situated on either side of a deep ravine. Here the climate is cooler, the streets wider and the air clearer. Rent a car and ride around the mountains. Visit “Los pueblos blancos”, an area of small white villages bravely balancing on mountain sides and overlooking valleys with goats and green meadows, made for picnics with red wine and baguette with sliced chorizo.
From the Costa del Sol you can also easily reach Granada, which was one of Islam’s last strongholds in Spain. Alhambra, the area with the royal castle, offers many examples of fine Arabic architecture and art.