The Costa del Sol boasts a great variety of landscapes from the coast to the mountains. Its wondeful climate throughout the year, its picturesque and traditional villages, its friendly people and its gastronomy make the Costa del Sol a favourite destination for those who want an unforgettable holiday or a wonderful place to live.
In addition to its many sights, the Costa del Sol’s cultural heritage goes beyond expectations; the Picasso Museum, Film Festivals and Málaga jazz festivals are just some examples of its many varied attractions and events.More info
Phoenicians, Romans, Muslims. Different cultures visible in a historical and artistic heritage which allows us to travel through time without leaving Malagan soil.More info
Thanks to its unbeatable location, this natural setting of sea and mountains boasts seven protected natural areas such as the Malagan Mountains, the Sieera de las Nieves, the Desfiladero de los Gaitanes, as well as 27 Blue Flag beaches and the marine site of the Maro Cliffs.More info
Also known as the Costa del Golf, the Costa del Sol boasts the highest proportion of golf courses on the Continent, all of them designed for professionals and well-kept up to the last detail.More info
The Costa del Sol has eight Michelin Star Restaurants. Such success is reflective of the immense variety of its cuisine, the quality of its local products and constant research and innovation.More info
Mild winters and warm summers provide an average annual temperature of 23 degress and an average 300 days of sun per year; the perfect climate to enjoy an outdoor life and practice open-air sports.More info
During the 50s and 60s with the international publicity of the Côte du Soleil or the Sunny Coast, Malaga’s beaches saw the likes of Brigitte Bardot, Frank Sinatra, Orson Welles, Grace Kelly or Marlon Brando. Such international stars put the Costa del Sol firmly on the map as a quality tourist destination.More info