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Costa del Sol: A Nirvana of Spanish Culture
A synonymous destination for travellers across the world, the Costa del Sol is a vibrant region that is situated in the south of Spain. With an enticing Mediterranean climate as its backdrop, the area features a wonderful contrast of historical attractions, modern activities and nature to experience. From spectacular sandy beaches to an energetic, year-round nightlife scene, the Costa del Sol has something for every kind of traveller.
Destination for Everyone
Travelling as a family? How about with your friends? Perhaps you’re going solo? Whatever your situation or disposition, the Costa del Sol will no doubt have something that will pique your interest. For nature lovers, there is a vast and varied landscape to discover. This is highlighted by things including stunning natural parks and some of the best beaches in Spain. If you have a passion for animals and the like, plenty of attractions – from the Butterfly Park of Benalmádena to Crocodile Park – will grab your attention. In relation to all this, you also have plenty of other family-friendly activities available. Fascinating museums, amusement parks, abundant shopping opportunities – the Costa del Sol has it all for visitors young and old. And if you are seeking a nightlife escapade to remember, the area boasts a thriving selection of places to visit. From lively nightclubs to relaxing beach bars where you can also grab a bite to eat, is populated with venues to drink and party the night away.
Areas to Visit
Now while the Costa del Sol has numerous areas of interest that are certainly worth your time, there are certain places that should be firmly on the ‘to do’ list. As most travellers will be arriving to the region via its international airport, Malaga is perhaps the ideal area to start. With resorts and high-rise hotels, stimulating attractions, historical sites, and golden sands, it makes sense why some make this convenient city their base for getting around the Costa del Sol. The appealing city of Marbella, which is known as a glamourous resort destination for those with large bank balances, also comes highly recommended. Away from the major cities in the area, there are an assortment of villages and towns to choose from in the Costa del Sol. The fun-filled Benalmádena is a town that sprinkles in a little bit of everything, Nerja features breath-taking views from its seafront promenade, and history overflows from the charming town of Ronda.
Note, it is essentially impossible to mention every highly-regarded Costa del Sol attraction in a single paragraph. But there are plenty of things to do that deserve the spotlight. This includes the Benalmadena Puerto Marina. Containing copious amounts of restaurants, shops and activities, this attraction has been the recipient of the ‘Best Marina in the World’ award on multiple occasions. For a stroll through preserved history, the Marbella Old Quarter – complete with narrow, picturesque cobblestone streets – is a top pick for many. A landmark many venture to, is the Puente Nuevo Bridge in Ronda, which is perched above a deep gorge and provides stunning views. And if you are searching for a centralised area with lots of popular attractions, Málaga is the place to go. Along with the Automobile and Fashion Museum, Málaga Cathedral and Puerto de Málaga, the Alcazaba – a vital military fortification that was completed in 1063 – is a must-see attraction in the city.
From traditional bullfighting to thousands of fiestas, you will find a vast selection of festivals and events throughout the year in the Costa del Sol. With that said, and alongside smaller celebrations of culture, history and customs, there are a notable collection of annual festivities to get you out your hotel if you’re in the area at the time. As well as many other carnivals that animate the streets with a mix of vibrant colour and sounds, the Carnival of Nerja is one especially worth noting. Taking place each February, this family-friendly carnival throws together elaborate costumes, parades, live music and activities. Yet if you want to experience these celebrations in a more unique style, the Carnival of Flour is arguably the best alternative. Ushering in February’s Alozaina festival, this festival has participants running around and trying to cover each other with flour! Other yearly events in the Costa del Sol to check out include the Semana Santa en Málaga which takes place during Holy Week, and October’s For the Love of Bandits .
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Hotel Soho Boutique Las Vegas Málaga
Soho Boutique Las Vegas in Malaga sits right on the seafront, overlooking La Malagueta Beach. It offers a pool, a garden and a terrace, plus free Wi-Fi throughout. The hotel’s spacious rooms all have marble bathrooms, air-conditioning, satellite TVs and private balconies. Soho Boutique Las Vegas features a small bar and a continental buffet breakfast is served daily in the hotel's poolside café. There is a communal lounge/TV area within the hotel and a 24-hour front desk reception, where guests can store their luggage, book tours and arrange car and bike hire. The Soho Boutique Las Vegas hotel is surrounded by a number of bars, shops and restaurants. Málaga Cathedral and the Picasso Museum can both be easily reached, and regular buses into the heart of the city stop nearby. more
Hotel ibis Malaga Centro Ciudad Hotel Málaga
Located near the Picasso Museum, the Ibis Málaga Centro Ciudad offers air-conditioned rooms and low-cost parking. Rooms feature hardwood floors and bathrooms with showers. Other amenities include an Ibis signature Sweet Bed, a flat-screen LCD TV with digital channels and work desks. The Ibis Málaga Centro Ciudad offers operator and automatic wake-up calls. Wi-Fi is available throughout the property. Guests can enjoy an all-you-can-eat buffet breakfast. Alternative eateries in the local area include Pizza Porcion, Azahar Tapas and Restaurant La Barbacana. The hotel lies within one mile of Gibralfaro Castle and Malaga Cathedral. The Guadalhorce Nature Reserve and Tivoli World are within 15 miles of the property. This accommodation is also known as Centro Ciudad, ibis Centro Ciudad, ibis Centro Ciudad Hotel, and ibis Centro Ciudad Hotel Malaga. more
Hotel Málaga city Málaga
Hostel Malaga city is located in the center of Malaga, just 3 minutes from the Picasso Museum home market recently renovated with a variety of places for tapas, Malaga Cathedral, Alcazaba, Roman Theatre, the famous street larios, square one bishop and dock are just a few minutes' walk from our hostel. There is the beach Malagueta with chiringutos to taste, the best fish from the bay of Malaga and sardines with refreshing famos sangría. El Picasso museum, the Pompidou museum, the mimma and glass museum are other cultural offerings you can find just 5 minutes from our establishment. more
Hotel ibis budget Málaga Centro Málaga
The Ibis Budget Málaga Centro is located in the heart of Malaga, close to many of the city’s top tourist attractions. The modern, air-conditioned rooms each feature a private bathroom and an LCD TV with satellite channels. The Ibis Budget Málaga Centro offers its guests free Wi-Fi access throughout, and there is private parking available for an additional charge. The hotel also has a shared lounge area, luggage storage facilities and a 24-hour front desk reception. Each morning, the hotel provides a continental buffet breakfast. There are also a number of bars, restaurants and shops in the immediate vicinity. The Ibis is just a 15-minute walk from top attractions such as the Picasso Museum, the Alcazaba and the ruins of the Roman theatre. Malaga train station is just over half a mile away, and the airport can be reached quickly and easily. more
Hotel Lovely Flat Luchana Málaga
3 bedrooms flat reformed and furnished recently. Fantastic situation: 10 minutes walking to the city center and 20 minutes to the beach by bus. Well communicated with the rest of the city, you have a bus stop and a taxi stand in front of the flat. It\'s in a very comfortable area: in the same street you have supermarkets, pharmacies, bakeries, greengrocers...\nThe flat has a double-bed bedroom and two single bedrooms. With possibility for suppletory beds. All bedrooms have cupboards and hangers, and one of the cupboards is a walk-in closet where you also have a safe box for your high-value belongings.\nThe flat has a full-equipped kitchen with fridge, freeze, washer, hob, oven, toaster. In addition to a fully kitchenware: pots, pans , plates, bowls , cutlery, glasses, cups and other utensils.\nIt has one bathroom with sink , toilet and bath. In the bathroom you have have towels for all guests and a hair dryer .\nThe living room has a sofa (not bed sofa), 40\\\" LED TV and a dining table with capacity until 8 diners.\nThe apartment also has a terrace with chairs and a small table where you can enjoy the summer nights more
Hotel Hotel El Cenachero Málaga
Situated just minutes from the beaches of El Palo, Hotel El Cenachero offers a variety of vibrant, contemporary apartments. The self-sufficient living units are encircled by Málaga’s popular shopping outlets, cafes, and leisure sites. Every apartment features a television-furnished living room, dining table, furnished kitchenette, private bathroom, and air-conditioning unit. Some apartments also include a private terrace. Hotel El Cenachero features free Wi-Fi access, airport and local shuttle services, car rentals, and public parking. A rooftop terrace with tanning space and tourism desk are also situated on-site. Guests can utilise the provided kitchenettes to make and store their own meals. Several cafes, bars, grocery shops, and upscale restaurants are located in the surrounding streets. Malaga Park, the Picasso Museum, the Carmen Thyssen Museum, a local golf course, and Malagueta Beach are in the immediate area. The peaks of San Antón and the Malaga Train Station are within driving range. more