Popular Lettings in Costa del Sol
Highlights in Costa del Sol
- Malaga Fair; Tivoli World; Nerja’s Cave; A treat in Marbella and Puerto Banús; White villages
Most popular in Costa del Sol
Holiday rentals in the Costa del Sol
The region oozes tradition and culture. Renowned as the birthplace of Pablo Picasso and Antonio Banderas and famous for flamenco and colourful local fiestas. Why not enjoying it from the comfort of your holiday villa or apartment? Terra cotta-capped rentals scattered on the hillsides offer stunning views of the region. Book holiday lettings close to eye-poppingly gorgeous beaches and experience the laid-back lifestyle of Andalusia. This is a fantastic choice for family holidays to enjoy a villa with your own private pool. Relax and have a “siesta” in the afternoon. Most villas feature air conditioning and they are equipped with all the amenities you need to enjoy your holiday letting.Holiday rentals and lettings with terrace
Whether you are taking a family trip or looking for impressive outlooks of the Mediterranean Sea, the Costa del Sol has the perfect location for you to stay. High quality villas with your own swimming pool and a big terrace, the ideal spot for sunbathers. Dining areas and a BBQ by the pool, extensive gardens and everything that will make you feel at home. Accommodation that suits your needs. Most lettings can host 8-15 people. Do you want to go for a stroll and immerse in local life? Little towns plenty of shops, fun attractions and activities. There is also a good choice of the best restaurants and eateries to enjoy the Andalusian cuisine.
Holidays in the Costa del Sol
The area and getting around
Located in southern Spain, the Costa del Sol is on the Mediterranean sea and it stretches for over 95 miles. Getting around is very easy by car, bus or train. It enjoys up to 3.000 hour of sun each year. A beautiful scenery plenty of impressive beaches that have been awarded the Blue Flag status. Pristine high-quality waters makes it the perfect all year round beach holiday destination.Looking for all in one destination?
It’s a region like no other with a rich and interesting history. It offers more than stunning beaches. Explore its coastline from Cadiz, Marbella, Malaga, Benalmadena to Nerja. Get immersed in the local traditions trying the typical dishes in taverns, bars or restaurants. One of the many pleasures is having a drink and some tapas at the “chiringuitos” on the beach. Explore the outdoors, learn about the culture and the history of the villages along the way or go skiing during the winter season! The Costa del Sol will make the perfect package for your desired holidays.
Travelers and related activities
Impressive places to visit and many activities attracting millions of visitors. Malaga and its Cathedral, known as the “Manquita” because one of its towers is missing. Alcazaba, an iconic monument at the foot of Gibralfaro mount. If you are looking to get your adrenaline pumping think about go-karting, quad biking, mountain biking or hiking. Golf, sailing, tennis and watersports are also available. The picturesque white villages “Pueblos Blancos” is a must see. Visit Ronda, Mijas and many other little corners of this area. Just two or three hours away you can admire Andalucia’s unique cultural treasures. Take a daily trip to visit the Jewish Quarter in Seville, the stunning mezquita in Cordoba, the Alhambra in Granada or the golden dome of Cadiz cathedral. For family fun Tivoli World or Parque Acuático Mijas will delight young and old alike.
The clocks in Málaga’s underground don’t display 60 seconds, but 59, as they have a British second hand that, when arrives to the end, stays in pause instead of keeping going, being the minute hand the one that displays this last second.
Top 5 spots
Hire a car and explore the countryside. Step back into Andalucia’s past visiting the picturesque Pueblos Blancos- white villages- Mijas, Ronda, Casares, Estepona, Antequera. Squashed-together old houses, narrow cobbled streets and donkey taxis. These are the hallmarks of a rural way of life that have retained the Andalusian character.2.Marbella and Puerto Banús
Prestige, exclusivity and luxury tourism. Puerto Banús, in south west Marbella, is a marina with a magical atmosphere. Take a stroll and admire the luxury boats moored there, shop and drop into any of its department stores with the highest concentration of designer boutiques per square metre.When the night comes, dress to impress and hit the town in many of the night clubs or go for a drink in one of Europe’s best sky bars, Pangea.3.Nerja Caves
Discovered by five friends looking for bats, these magnificent caves are home to the world’s largest stalagmites. Nothing like being there to trigger all of your senses. Accessed via a staircase, these underground beauties stretch out for nearly 3 miles. One of the three main chambers forms a natural amphitheatre and it helds concerts regularly. Six paintings of seals are more than 42.300 years old!4.Golf
More than 70 golf courses gives the area the nickname of “Costa del Golf”. Set next to the coast granting views of the Mediterranean Sea. Newcomers can also take their first swings in one of the 13 pitch and putts, where golf lovers practice their approach play.5.Live the Semana Santa as a local
One of the most heartfelt celebrations in Malaga and the whole Costa del Sol is the Holy Week, that takes place the last week of Lent. From Palm Sunday to Easter Sunday, nazareths, thrones and processions organised by brotherhoods.