Costa del Sol
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Experience Costadelsol with us

Welcome to Costa del Sol, the sun coastline! Once just small fishing villages lined along the beautiful Mediterranean waters. Now a region where resorts vie for your attention. Each region offering unique activities and moments for all tourist types. From families to singles and couples, the Costa del Sol can provide. From Torremolinos to Malaga and Fuengirola, each place will draw you in, offer up its riches and make for fascinating and everlasting holiday experiences. Award-winning beaches to relax on, trips along the coastline, swimming with dolphins, perhaps even the opportunity to visit places as exotic as Tangier and Gibraltar. So come to the Costa del Sol and experience it with us.
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Our tips for Costa del Sol

Make the most of your time here: You are well-positioned in the Costa del Sol to explore some exciting destinations. Make the most of your location and visit places like Tangier and Gibraltar. These are day trips you'll never forget; check out our day and extended trips to these and other exciting places.

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Best time to visit
The Costa del Sol is one of the sunniest regions in Spain, so you can expect hot, dry summers and mild winters. If sun is the name of the game, then July and August are peak season. For quieter times, head during the winter months when places are much less crowded.
Getting around
Although you'll probably be staying in one location for the majority of your time. If, however you do want to get around, then there are plenty of options. Tours will obviously save you the need to hire cars, but you can take public transport. Trains, buses and taxis operate along the coastline, and you can even hire motor scooters and bikes!
Stay Safe
The Costa del Sol is a tourist destination, so it is safe to holiday. You will need to be aware of petty crimes in the resorts, so always keep your valuables safe. And if visiting the larger areas such as Fuengirola, then be mindful of active criminals.
Did you know?
Impress your friends with these tidbits of information: • Like playing golf? Then you are going to enjoy visiting the Costa del Sol. Perhaps it should be called the Costa del Golf! There are over 70 golf courses in the region, making it the area with the most courses in all of Europe!!! • You are probably here for the sun and sea! And for a good reason, there are 125 beaches along the coastline that stretches 159km. They come well equipped with beach showers, play areas, volleyball courts and much more. • The name Costa del Sol translates to 'Coast of the Sun'. Not surprising when the region has around 300 days of sunshine a year!

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