Malaga is an ideal destination to enjoy its culture and the most recommendable starting point to set out on the best routes throughout the Costa del Sol.
Malaga has been positioned as the second most important city in Andalusia and is currently one of the most coveted destinations by the national and international tourism. It’s strategically situated between the sea and the mountains. Its excellent geographic location and its privileged climatology allow practically 300 days of sun a year.
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.
Marbella on the Costa del Sol can probably be described rightly as the centre of golf in Europe. As soon as you arrive from the airport in Malaga to Marbella, you can see on both sides of the highway a number of beautiful Golf courses.
Described as a shimmering pearl placed on the shores of the Mediterranean, Marbella has long been the perfect place to enjoy the summer months.
A beautiful Andalusian location on the Mediterranean with no less than 24 urban or semi-urban beaches, where the summer is usually bustling with activity; think in enjoying water sports, mild nights by the sea in a city that seems to never sleep in this time of the year, with plenty of parties and nightlife everywhere. The sunrises and sunsets are often a burst of beautiful colors, which confirm that the summer in Marbella has been the best of our choices.
There is no doubt that if we´d ask the foreign tourists visiting our country about an outstanding holiday destination in Spain, many of them would answer “Costa del Sol”. If you were to ask about which city in this area they would choose, there would be several responses like Estepona, Fuengirola, Benalmadena, Torremolinos, Nerja and Marbella in particular, as it is along the coast of the province of Malaga where you can really live and know southern mediterranean life style, but distances are not short, so remember to check prices for Malaga car hire and continue reading.
Every year millions of tourists visit Andalusia and one of the main holiday destinations is the Costa del Sol in Malaga province. With a length of more than 160 kilometres this southernmost Spanish coastline has everything to offer that holiday-makers are looking for.