Costa del Sol
A region in the south of Spain, Costa Del Sol is in the autonomous community of Andalusia. Sandwiched between the two lesser known coastal regions, Costa De La Luz and Costa tropical, Costa Del Sol comprises of coastal towns and communities along the coastline of the province of Malaga. The coast boasts one of the highest concentrations of world class golf courses, so much so that it is often to referred to as ‘Costa Del Golf’.
There is no denying that Costa Del Sol has become a first-class destination for those looking for a relaxing holiday. With many health resorts dotted around, its too easy to indulge in some of the 5-star spa’s, no matter what the budget. Its cuisine offers freshness, diversity and character, offering some of the finest Mediterranean dishes around.
The mild Mediterranean climate attracts both tourists and northern European residents that are on search of healthier, happier and sunnier adventures. The summer months offer very hot temperatures reaching up to 40 degrees. Winter is still mild, meaning Christmas lunch could be spent on the beach.
As Costa Del Sol is bathed in Mediterranean waters and the influence of the sea is reflected through lifestyle and the commercial activity in the area. The Port of Malaga is one of the oldest ports in Spain, as well as Cadiz, and has become one most sought after destinations for luxury cruise ships and yachts. With over 12 marinas on offer with wide variety of leisure activities and restaurants, it’s easy to immerse in the sound of the sea and discover the cuisine and way of life in Costa Del Sol.