Thousands of tourists enjoy their holidays on the Costa del Sol, where apart from on the beaches they can also have great fun in the water parks or visiting natural environments. Using a vehicle is a must when we want to get the most from our visit, so for this we recommend to check our prices and book early, take advantage of our online reservation without credit card nor cancellation fees. Continue reading to know some of our recommended things to do in Malaga.
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The Costa del Sol gathers a great number of top quality beaches, being one of the most well-known and frequented areas of the Spanish coast. Fuengirola, in the province of Malaga, has a total of seven beaches, most of them semi-urban.
Mijas is a charming village situated at the foothill of the homonima mountains, and hosts a typical Andalusian hamlet. Its mountain village condition has had the capacity of harmoniously combining with an impressive tourist resort located on the coast of La Cala, that boasts a lovely twelve-kilometre beach. Mijas is an ideal place to visit by car and we recommend it to our Malaga car rental customers.
Marbella is considered the city of the rich and famous. The symbol for this is certainly the marina of Marbella, Puerto Banus, in the south of the city. Puerto Banus has space for almost 1,000 yachts and is the largest port of Marbella. Who can afford a berth for his yacht here, probably belongs to the well-off visitors of this jet set hotspot.
As the days grow longer and the sun is shining warm from a bright blue sky, Malaga province shows its best side. This time of the year is great to visit some of the routes of this region, enjoying the blooming countryside and the pleasant temperatures. For example the Route of sun and wine on the eastern Costa del Sol (Axarquia), where the visitor can combine the best of the coast and inland; small coves and farmhouses where are dried grapes to make the best sweet wines. This road route in Malaga is made up the municipalities of Algarrobo, Sayalonga, Competa, Canillas de Albaida, Torrox, Nerja and Frigiliana.