Costa Del Sol: Powerful History And Beautiful Views By The Mediterranean Sea

COSTA DEL SOL BY DAY – Go on a cultural tour of Malaga, a fascinating 2,800-year-old city. Travel back in time as you visit the Roman Theatre, the Gibralfaro Castle or the Arab Fortress, and take a look at Picasso’s work in the Picasso Museum. Remember to include one or two of the 30 Museums the city offers, like the Carmen Thyssen Museum or the Pompidou Centre, etc., take a stroll down Calle Larios and explore the sights that will take you on a 2,000-year journey through history. Spend one day in Serrania de Ronda, the land of bandits and bullfighters. If you are a wine lover, you can visit one of the fine wineries in the region. Spend one day in Antequera with an impressive architectural and cultural heritage. Or go to Caminito del Rey. The Caminito del Rey is a path that runs between the walls of the Desfiladero de los Gaitanes gorge, one of the most surprising nature spots in the province of Malaga, in Spain.

The Costa del Sol is a paradise for shoppers, so save your last day for a shopping spree. Fashion, jewellery, decor and art are all available at luxury boutiques, especially in Puerto Banus. Relax in one of the unspoilt coves in the Maro cliffs. They are close to the cave of Nerja, named ‘the Prehistoric Cathedral’ after the invaluable archaeological evidence found in it.

Visit white villages perched on the sierras make the typical landscape of rural Malaga. You can explore the countryside and its natural wonders while picking up the traces left by the Romans, the Muslims and the Christians. Scattered across the province, leisure centres are the perfect choice for your family holidays. Zoos, aquariums, go-kart tracks, a cable car and even an ice rink by the sea are waiting for you in Benalmadena, Fuengirola and Estepona.

COSTA DEL SOL BY NIGHT – After a busy day, you can unwind at the beach. There are exclusive beach clubs on the Costa del Sol organising themed parties that last until the wee hours. Enjoy Sunset walking along the Beach or along our beautiful beach promenades. For a more intimate plan, choose one of the seven Michelin-starred restaurants or the casino. Also festivals like Starlite or ‘Moorish Moon’ (Luna Mora) in Guaro, and events like ‘All-Nighter’ (La Noche en Blanco) are just a few of the things you can do after sunset.


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