Malaga and the Costa del Sol is one of the most attractive destinations in Andalusia, Spain. This beautiful region of spectacular natural beauty is also a destination of great historical and cultural relevance. Malaga is known for its rich Andalusian cuisine, beautiful beaches for relaxation, plenty of leisure and entertainment, golf and much more.
The province of Malaga also has many great tourist towns which are very popular for their great options of fun and relaxation. These beautiful places you can approach this summer when you decide to visit Malaga are Benalmadena, Estepona, Fuengirola, Marbella, Mijas and Torremolinos on the western Costa del Sol and Nerja, Rincon de la Victoria and Torrox on the eastern Costa del Sol: Beautiful places where you can experience one of your best summer holidays in Malaga.
Just 8 km from Malaga airport is located Torremolinos, a popular beach destination on the Costa del Sol since the 60’s.
22 km southeast of the city of Malaga is situated Benalmadena; with 20 kms of coastline and 17 beaches this resort becomes a great choice on the Costa del Sol.
27 kms from Malaga is situated the city of Fuengirola, a resort with great gastronomy, beaches, a river and a small Arab castle.
Our next stop along these towns of great tourist attraction is Mijas, 30 kilometres from Malaga, where we can enjoy the sea resort or discover the charm of its little white village located a few kilometres in the mountains.
Probably the unbeaten jewel of the Costa del Sol, concerning luxury and glamor, is Marbella, an exquisite resort with an excellent range of five star hotels and golf courses and its internationally renowned marina Puerto Banus.
About 80 from Malaga is situated Estepona; its harbour and promenade are a delight in summer and the old town is a must during your visit.
Malaga is so varied and so attractive that if you choose this region of Andalusia, you
won´t have to think of another place for the summer because its resorts and beaches are the best option.
There are more beaches in Rincon de la Victoria, just 12 kms east of Malaga; this is also a popular resort but less known as the cities of the western Costa del Sol. Nerja, 52 km from Malaga, has beaches in the style of charming little coves; although very popular in summer, this typical city so far has escaped the massive construction.
With all this and much more to find in Malaga, you might agree when we say that Malaga is a little paradise. What are you waiting for to come to Malaga?