Costa del Sol, which is Spanish for Coast of the Sun, is in Malaga, which is a part of the Andalusia region in southern Spain. It is filled with exotic hotels and relaxing resorts, which can be reserved with the help of the tools on the ebookers website.
Popular Costa del Sol Beaches
- La Malagueta: This beach features sand so fine that it won't burn your feet the way coarser sand would, even in very high temperatures. The sand is dark and the beach is very crowded most of the time with a good mix of locals and tourists.
- Guadalmar Beach: This beach is for people who don't like crowds. This secluded beach has coarse sand and some sediment deposits due to its close proximity to a river. It is great for people who want to swim or sunbathe in peace and quiet. Find rooms and hotels in Costa del Sol near this quiet beach using ebookers.
- Playamar Beach: This beach is a great destination those who love engaging in beach activities and for those who enjoy viewing public performances. During the summer, you'll find live entertainment at this beach on a regular basis. There are lots of buoys in the water, making it a great beach for distance swimmers.
- Bioparc Fuengirola: This is not your average zoo. It aims to recreate the natural habitat of the animals. Therefore, if sets of animals share a natural habitat in the wild, they share it here, too. Called an immersion zoo, the various species of animals are not separated from other animals if they normally live together in nature.
- Malaga Cathedral: Built over two centuries, this cathedral is still not finished. It is missing one tower, which is why locals refer to it as The One-Armed One. Despite its lack of completion, there are still plenty of rooms and halls lined with historical artefacts and paintings that tell the history of this structure.
- Gibralfaro Castle: This building was originally a mosque that went on to become a Christian temple after the city was besieged by war. Later, it would become a military outpost and now serves as a local monument with one of the best views in the city. Photographers and tourists love taking pictures of the beautiful views.
- Birthplace Museum: One of the most famous people to be born in Malaga is artist Pablo Picasso. The home he was born in is now considered a cherished national monument and has been turned into a museum that features artefacts and paintings from Picasso and those he influenced. Learn about his family history to get some insight into the iconic artist.
- Historical District of Malaga: This is considered the city centre and is where the buildings of the 17th and 18th centuries mingle with modern-day architecture. There are lots of historical monuments, restaurants and shopping to be done here. People who like both small boutiques and large chain hotels in Costa del Sol will have no problem finding an accommodation nearby using ebookers.
Places to Go in Costa del Sol