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What’s your style? There is a world of choice along the Costa del Sol from buzzing towns lined with top end stores to charming little mountain villages suspended in times gone by.
If you’re a regular to the area you probably already have your go-to destinations. If not, take a stroll through our favourite places, below, and start to get to know this very special part of Spain.
This is a region that has enjoyed huge investment in recent years so the infrastructure is impressive. New shopping centres, restaurants, bars, airports, hospitals - everything you could possibly need is there on the doorstep but wild country walks, the best of Spanish nature and solitude is always just a few minutes away.
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An international hub for travel, culture and city living. Malaga was voted second Top City to Visit in the world (Rough Guide 2015) and offers everything a fan of urban life could want. Its beach-side location and historic centre make for relaxing weekends of exploring and chilling.
This resort town area is known for its beaches, nightlife, dining and shopping. With a wonderful year-round climate, pockets of traditional Andalusian culture and golf courses, there's something for everyone here.
San Pedro de Alcántara
From the busy central plaza to the wide beachside promenade, San Pedro is busy with a great vibe. Some of the most famous beachside bars and restaurants on the Costa del Sol are waiting to take your order!
If you’re craving the narrow streets, geraniums and orange trees of ‘real’ Spanish towns, Estepona will tick all your boxes. The old town retains its pueblo charm and has the benefit of a sizable new town with everything you could need.
Originally a little fishing village, this area is now a byword for year round sunshine and good living. With its golf courses, 5 miles of sandy beaches, tapas bars and restaurants, you'll find everything you need for the good life on the Costa del Sol.
Casares & La Duquesa
From the vibrant port of La Duquesa inland to Manilva and the white village of Casares you are in an area rich with Roman history. Just minutes from everything that Estepona has to offer, this is one step off the beaten path.
Half an hour from all that Malaga has to offer, Benalmadena has a welcoming atmosphere with a great choice of cuisine from all over the world. The short drive from the airport makes this super convenient for frequent visits.
An area which includes the original Andalucian village in the hills and stretching down to the bustling coastal developments. With its extensive watersports activities to its many top quality golf courses, you'll find plenty to do here.
This pretty mountain village is still only 7km from the coast and boasts some fabulous restaurants that draw visitors in from far and wide. It has an irresistible ambience, fantastic views and golf courses in the foothills, a real gem.
Marbella & Marbella west
Put Marbella old town on your must-see list. You won’t be disappointed. With a history dating back to Roman times, Marbella has been updated as a prime holiday destination. Style is a watchword in this historic seaside town.
The beautiful Bay of Gibraltar has a wealth of history and runs down to almost touch the continent of Africa. With its sandy beaches and fantastic wildlife areas (this is the place to see migrating birds), this area is influenced by the best of its Arabian neighbour across the sea.