Holidays on the Costa del Sol, the most coveted summer destination

The Malaga coastline offers visitors a wide range of leisure activities, a varied gastronomic offer and 161 kilometers of beach to enjoy a few days of rest…

The longing to step on the beach, feel the sand and enjoy experiences capable of ensuring a complete disconnection are some of the most recurrent wishes expressed by the Spanish in recent months. However, in the upcoming summer holidays all these dreams can come true in a place that never disappoints:  the  Sun Coast . The Malaga destination has 161 kilometers of beach,  very varied leisure and cultural proposals, a gastronomic offer –with up to six restaurants awarded with Michelin Stars–  that leaves no one indifferent and a safe environment where you can enjoy endless activities.

The Costa del Sol offers as many possibilities of experiencing the destination as the visitor can imagine. Every year thousands of people enjoy proposals that range from the practice of golf, in one of the 70 state-of-the-art courses that the province has; to adventure activities, with routes in natural spaces such as “El Saltillo” and the “Caminito del Rey”; or sun and beach tourism, to regain strength in one of the fantastic hotels and tourist accommodation on the coast. In addition, it is also possible to have fun and play sports touring the Gran Senda de Málaga by bicycle , an itinerary that runs through the province through its 650 kilometers in length, disconnecting in one of the numerous spas and spas or visiting one of its white villages.

In this context, the variety of beaches is one of the main attractions of the Costa del Sol . Bathed by the Mediterranean Sea, Malaga offers a wide range of possibilities to enjoy the sun and the beach in very different environments. For lovers of nature and uncrowded spaces,  one of the best options to get lost on the coast of Malaga is located in the well-known Maro beaches . At the foot of the Acantilados Maro–Cerro Gordo Natural Park there is a virgin, protected beach without a promenade where you can also practice water sports such as diving or paddle surfing.

On the other hand, one cannot forget the famous beaches found in the municipalities of Torremolinos, Benalmádena, Fuengirola, Mijas, Marbella, Estepona, Casares or Manilva . In addition to the incredible range of leisure, culture and restaurants offered by these towns, the urban beaches  They are conditioned for the enjoyment of all people. Among them, we can highlight the beaches of Carihuela and Los Álamos in Torrenolinos -one of the most lively areas in the province thanks to its discos, pubs and chill out – Los Boliches in Fuengirola or Playa de Artola – Cabopino in Marbella. Thus, another obligatory step when visiting Malaga capital is to go to its promenade, try a sardine skewer in one of its beach bars and walk along the seashore while enjoying the views and the charm of a city that is surrender to the mediterranean.

Ultimately, the Costa del Sol is consolidated as one of the best destinations in which to spend the summer holidays . Its people, the magnificent climate that accompanies this area of southern Spain during the 360 days of the year, its landscapes, the leisure offer and the varied hotel offer, marked by typical Malaga dishes and the Mediterranean diet, make the Malaga coast the best option for those who seek to get it right on their next trips.

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