The Costa del Sol, a paradise in southern Spain

Anochece en la Costa del Sol

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The Costa del Sol is a paradise of sun, sea and beaches. The south coast of Spain, where the Costa del Sol is located, offers a variety of tourist destinations, with excellent beaches and lively nightlife.

No wonder then, that thousands of vacationers choose this destination every summer. The Costa del Sol has over 50 golf courses and a wide range of activities for the whole family. With its 300 days of sunshine a year, you should not miss it.

This stretch of coastline is stretching from Estepona in the west to Nerja in the east, with several popular destinations in between. One of the most popular tourist destinations is Fuengirola, with its large collection of hotels in the Costa de, bars, discos and a variety of activities. Fuengirola Zoo is one of its most popular attractions.

On the way to Fuengirola is situated Torremolinos, a paradise for those seeking the best gay scene of the Costa del Sol. For lovers of water sports, Mijas is ideal. Home of golf courses, a water park and even beautiful scenery for horseback riding.

The hotels in Malaga and the Costa del Sol are very varied. Ideally, reserve one of them; however there are possibilities to rent apartments, an ideal accommodation for those who like to escape the hustle and bustle of the hotel resorts. Many of them have private pools and stunning views over the sea, since they are located on hills or cliffs.

Staying in one of these apartments is also ideal for those coming with their family. Fuengirola, Torremolinos, Nerja or Mijas, without a doubt the best places to spend the summer in the Costa del Sol.

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