No matter what time of year you visit this popular Spanish coastal paradise your vacation to Spain’s Costa del Sol is likely to feature plenty of sunshine.
If you enjoy exploring and visiting attractions, you should check out the following popular destinations while traveling on the Costa del Sol.
Founded by the Phoenicians, Malaga is the capital of the region and has a history spanning 2,800 years. The artist Pablo Picasso was born in Malaga, and you can see some of his art in the city’s Picasso Museum. You can enjoy a day touring the historic city center, which features a variety of historic monuments and remains.
The spectacular mountain town of Ronda is well worth a visit. You can book a coach tour from a variety of tour operators on the Costa del Sol. During the tour, you will have the opportunity to admire the mountains and fortifications of this historic town, visit the ancient bullring, check out the winding alleys and cobbled stones in the Old Town, and visit a local winemaker to sample some of the delicious wines.
This lively town is situated on the Costa del Sol, and the pretty marina is a popular tourist destination and a safe harbor for some stunning yachts and motor launches. It is possible to view the palace of King Fahd and other wealthy Marbella residents along the town’s Golden Mile, and you can enjoy local tapas or a relaxing lunch in a variety of cozy restaurants and pavement cafes.
Traveling around the popular Costa del Sol resorts is easy and inexpensive with the local Malaga to Fuengirola train service that operates daily from early morning until midnight.
Vacation rentals and other accommodations are available in all the popular Costa del Sol resort towns. You will also find a variety of affordable local entertainment, ranging from great local bars and restaurants to lively nightlife in Fuengirola, Torremolinos and Malaga.