Tourists visiting the Costa del Sol in Malaga will find miles of sandy beaches, a charming southern atmosphere and a typical mild mediterranean climate.
Malaga is a city with many interesting and historical sites to visit. Who feels like discovering the province can get to know the stunning city of Ronda in the mountains or the chic and yet charming city of Marbella, the meeting place of celebrity and international jet set.
About a one and a half hours drive from Malaga are situated the old Moorish cities of Granada and Cordoba with outstanding Arab architecture, history and monuments, which are definitely worth to be visited.
A little further away, about 250 km, is situated Cadiz on the Atlantic coast. Yet this tour is not less charming as you can discover many beautiful White villages along this seashore which is famous for its special light, bearing the name “Light Coast”, along with some of the best beaches Andalucia has to offer.
The Costa del Sol has many places which to enjoy either on family vacations or with friends. There is a wide range of hotels with quality services and in the same way there is entertainment and leisure for all ages and tastes.
If you’re looking for a few relaxing days or fun and entertainment, the coast of Malaga can be a good place to unwind from the daily routine.
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