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Costa del Sol Holidays
Spain’s famous Sun Coast is doused in sunshine 320 days of the year, beckoning holidaymakers to enjoy its lively resort towns and golden sands all year round. Beyond the busy towns full of tapas bars, nightclubs and theme parks you’ll find quiet and artistic Malaga, our chosen spot in Costa del Sol.
Lively, popular and fun
Costa del Sol has all the hallmarks of a winter sun holiday: year-round sunshine, vibrant resort towns filled with tourist-friendly restaurants, beautiful beaches with exhilarating water sports, and welcoming hotels. This means that it’s a very popular destination, and the crowds certainly display this popularity.
Our chosen hotel in Costa del Sol resides in one of the quieter cities – Malaga. Blessed with golden sand beaches and adorned with multiple art galleries, Malaga has a more cultural ambience than other resorts. Discover the excellent Malaga Arte Urbano Soho, an initiative that allows artists to display their work in Soho’s now colourful streets. That doesn’t mean you shouldn’t explore other areas in Costa del Sol – just get ready for tapas cafes, bars and resorts aplenty.
Why visit Costa del Sol?
- The weather is one of Costa del Sol’s biggest pulls. 320 days of the year you’ll be greeted with beaming sun rays and delightfully warm weather, making this destination a keen favourite with those hoping to escape the cold UK winter.
- Costa del Sol is inherently popular with families. Family-friendly beaches and a whole array of restaurants makes this a stand-out holiday destination, as does the exciting amusement park Sould Park Fuengirola and water park Aqualand Torremolinos.
- There is something for everyone in Costa del Sol. Benalmádena’s theme parks and aquariums are a hit with families, whilst those who enjoy thrilling water sports will enjoy visiting Fuengirola. If you fancy somewhere traditionally Spanish, you’ll relish an afternoon exploring Mijas’ white-washed villages and Estepona’s charming fishing port. Malaga is for those wanting a cultural holiday, and there’s even a popular gay resort called Torremolinos.