Costa Del Sol


For more than 60 years holidaymakers from the UK have been returning year after year to the Costa Del Sol.
As well as the many thousands of visitors from the UK and the rest of Europe, the Costa Del Sol is home to over a quarter of a million British Expats. Making Spains Sunshine Coast truly a home from home for the British Holidaymaker..
320 days of Sunshine
Costa del Sol translates to “the sunshine Coast”, and with over 320 days of sunshine a year it is very aptly named.
Weather today on the Costa del Sol

Costa del Sol from the sea

View of Costa del Sol



Probably the best known location on the Costa del Sol is the chic resort of Marbella.
It is Marbella where you can mingle with the rich and famous, with its chic lifestyle and endless boutiques and cafe bars,and a truly amazing harbour .Aalso some of the most amazing nightlife in Europe.
An overseas territory of the UK with its large British Naval base.
The main focal point of Gibralter is the Famous Rock of Gibraltar. It is here where you can take a ride on the Cable car which will ferry you to the summit 412 metres above sea level . As well as the magnificent views from here, you will also encounter the famous Gibraltar monkeys.
You should go through the Referendum Gates and visit the Trafalgar Cemetary. It is here that the soldiers of Gibraltar that died in the Battle of Trafalgar were buried.


Often called the capital of the Costa del Sol , another truly amazing city. With its historic buildings and monuments, and its little streets which ooze with atmosphere amongst the cafe culture, which is so much at the forefront of this vibrant city


Torremolinos on the Costa del Sol


For a truly Spanish Experience visit Torremolinos. You will find  restaurants and bars  still in keeping with the traditional Spanish Lifestyle. Try out Mesón Galego Antoxo specialises in Galician cuisine and is extremely popular with the locals.

Just as all the towns in Andalucia, in Torremolinos there are many traditional festivals and carnivals throughout the year.

Costa del Sol with over 160 kms of coastline and long summers and mild winters offers some of the best water sports in the world. Whether its riding a jetski or paddle boating it is all here for you.



Venture inland a little and you will find Seville. The capital and also the largest city of andalucia. With its magnificent buildings, its easy to see why the legend claims that the city was founded by Hercules

If its a party that you are looking for then visit sevile during fiera de abril, there are over 1000 tents . The drinks and tapas will flow from early afternoon till the early hours of the morning.
You havn’t partied until you have been to Sevile!.
Other things to do in this region include numerous adventure sports, motorcycling, golf and fishing to name just a few.
There are miles and miles of gorgeous sandy beaches, all along the Costa del Sol. Wherever you stay you will have a fantastic time.

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