Holiday Rentals & Lettings in Costa del Sol
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Highlights in Costa del Sol
- Fantastic beaches
- Unique golf destination
- Beautiful and charming villages
- Great tours
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Villas in Costa del Sol
For a holiday break by the sea, spacious and offering more privacy we recommend you to book a villa. The province of Málaga is a great area where to get immersed in the festive spirit of the south, with a strong presence of youngsters and adults alike looking for sun and fun in Puerto Banús, Marbella or Málaga. If you book a villa near Nerja, Fuengirola, Mijas or Torremolinos, you will be closer to the beach. On the contrary, if your idea of the perfect holiday is a quiet area, surrounded by nature and mesmerising landscape, Sierra de las Nieves and Antequera range are the best sceneries with properties scattered in its hillsides.Fantastic villas with swimming pools
Finding a villa in Costa del Sol is a synonym of space and relax. The villas boast spacious outdoor areas with patios and terraces where to enjoy a long summer night with friends and family. Most properties have swimming pools so you can ease the heat during the warm months of the Spanish summer. This is an ideal option for families with kids and groups of friends celebrating gatherings and special occasions. Most villas around Marbella and Benalmádena are close to areas where kids have many options and activities.
Travellers and activities
Costa del Sol offers 70 playing fields where to enjoy good rounds of golf. All levels are welcome. Those who want to get in touch for the first time with this sport will have the opportunity to get an instructor and start practising their swing and their best shots. Great infrastructures and amenities in a unique setting. Some golf courses have the privilege of a stunning backdrop - the azure waters of the Mediterranean. Real Club Valderrama in Sotogrande, La Quinta Golf and Country Club in Marbella or Calanova Golf Club in Mijas are just a few of the golf courses to enjoy in this destination. The mild climate all year-round also favours the practice of this fantastic activity. Get your clubs and enjoy the fairways!Costa del Sol for active tourism
Costa del Sol and Malaga province itself have spectacular natural spaces for nature lovers and active tourism travellers. Hiking, walking, cycling, climbing and many outdoor activities to be enjoyed in a beautiful scenery. El Caminito del Rey offers stunning views and allows you to walk along the old train tracks. Antequera and Las Nieves are lovely areas with great hiking trails such as the one from Istán to Tolox, a demanding route with rewarding views. That of Artola Dunes is a bit easier and close to the sea. A pleasant stroll better done in the afternoon during the summer.
„Before asking your coffee in Malaga, you must learn the 8 different ways of ordering it depending on the quantity of milk and coffee. The most common ones are “nube, sombra, corto, mitad, largo y solo”.“
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The excellent temperatures makes of the Costa del Sol an ideal beach destination as the beach season stretches from April to October. There are 22 of the beaches that were awarded the Blue Flag in 2016, so that means any of those beaches are first-class and you can expect great facilities, safety and hygiene. Playa del Cañuelo in Nerja, Torremolinos, El Faro Beach in Marbella, Carvajal in Fuengirola of El Padrón Beach in Estepona to name a few.2. Tour around picturesque villages
The south of Spain is well known for its characteristic Andalusian style. The whitewashed houses, narrow and winding alleys and colourful balconies full of flowers are traditional features you will see around the picturesque towns and fishing villages of the Costa del Sol. Charming places that will steal your heart. Drive around and explore the fantastic villages and mingle with the locals. Visit stunning Mijas, Casares, Ronda, Comares or Frigiliana.3. Enjoy the lively nightlife
The two main entertainment areas are those of Marbella and Málaga. Great night clubs, the best DJs and lots of people looking for fun after a day of intense activity. Beach clubs with night areas to enjoy the music while feeling the gentle breeze from the sea. Linekers is a well known night club in Marbella frequented by lots of VIPs. You never know who will be dancing with… So, enjoy the party and dance the night away!4. Enjoy the Mediterranean cuisine
Traditions and gastronomy of the Costa del Sol are both tourist attractions. The local cuisine is a fantastic blend of flavours and traditional recipes combined with the most modern techniques applied in the sophisticated menus at many of the Michelin Star restaurants. Sample some espetos, shrimp pancakes, codfish fritter and the refreshing gazpacho or salmorejo.5. Enjoy the festive spirit
Spending your holidays in the south is always a good chance to enjoy one of the many festivals celebrated in different locations, depending on the time of the year. The most important ones usually happen in the summer or specific dates. Malaga’s Holy Week (Easter) is one of the biggest and deep-rooted traditions. In August, La Feria de Málaga is the biggest summer festival in Andalucia with a funfair, horses, music, food and dancing in the streets. In Marbella, the Starlite Festival is the most important musical and cultural event. Plan your holiday and check the festival calendar before you go!6. Visit the stunning Nerja Caves
These caves are a must-see when visiting Nerja. This is a two-area limestone cave with a fascinating history and unique structures. The striking features of these caves is the world’s largest and longest stalactite. The caves are about 4 miles long and one of the chambers is a natural amphitheatre where concerts have been held. Can you imagine a concert in a better setting?7. Go for a wine tour
Take a guided tour to the villages of Frigiliana, El Acebuchal and Competa through Sierra Tejeda and Alhama Natural Park. Taste the best wines in Competa and feel the real Andalusian life. In Ronda you can also enjoy a wine tour and enjoy wonderful views of the gorge and the city. Sample the best wines of the region and pair it with excellent tapas. Enjoy!
FAQs: Villas in Costa del Sol
Which amenities are the most important for holiday-makers, ones in which they do not wish to give up during their holiday in Costa del Sol?
According to the data from Holidu, when holiday-makers look for villas in Costa del Sol, they regularly select the following amenities: pool (52%), Wi-Fi (20%), and balcony (12%). Last year, the larger part of travellers selected at least one of these filters when finding the perfect villa.
Which types of facilities are offered by the villas in Costa del Sol?
Among the amenities offered by Holidu, it appears that the villas in Costa del Sol offer everything that travellers dream of! Here, the villas generally include a variety of amenities, the most popular being: air conditioning (93%), pool (93%), and Wi-Fi (89%)...Not bad, right?
How are the villas in general rated in Costa del Sol?
On average, the villas have rather positive comments. According to the Holidu data, 27% of villas have a rating of 4.5 stars. A ratio high enough to confirm that there are quite a few that are very comfortable and will be the perfect choice for your next holiday.
Are the villas in Costa del Sol child-friendly?
Holidu's data reveals that 64% of villas in Costa del Sol are suitable for holidays with children, it will therefore not be difficult to find the perfect villa for you and your family.
Are the villas in Costa del Sol pet-friendly?
Of course! In Costa del Sol, 22% of the villas offer the possibility for travellers to take their pets with them, 49% also have a garden!
Do the villas in Costa del Sol mostly have Wi-Fi?
Of course! According to Holidu's data, 89% of villas in Costa del Sol offer an internet connection. This means that you will be able to stay connected throughout your stay!
How much does it usually cost for villas in Costa del Sol?
Many villas in Costa del Sol are generally quite expensive. According to last year's data, 33% cost on average more than £500 a night.
Do the villas in Costa del Sol generally have a fireplace or a pool?
Definitely! According to Holidu's database, the villas in Costa del Sol have everything you need all year round. Here, 33% are equipped with a fireplace and 93% a pool.
Are the villas in Costa del Sol suitable for holidays with several people or better for a weekend break as a small group?
In Costa del Sol, according to Holidu's database, 73% of villas accept up to eight guests, 70% of these villas have at least four bedrooms. But 99% of villas also have facilities for groups of up to four guests, and 99% of the villas are made up of at least two separate bedrooms. This is therefore the ideal destination for travelling in small or large groups, with family or friends!