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Costa Del Sol is famous for its beaches
The Costa del Sol stretches along just over 150 kilometres of Málaga province and is one of Spain's most popular tourist destinations. With long hot summers merging into the mildest of winters it is possible to enjoy the beaches and a wide variety of outdoor activities such as sailing, fishing, scuba diving, windsurfing, and boating all year round. With its plentiful sunshine and sheltered coastline the Costa del Sol is a perfect family destination.
The Costa del Sol has numerous well-kept beaches and many of them have been awarded the European Blue Flag award for high standards of water and sand hygiene.
On the popular bathing beaches you will be able to hire shade and sun-beds as well as having shower facilities. Don’t forget to visit a 'Chiringuito', bars on the beach or sea front, they serve cold drinks and delicious food including fresh fish, try the char-grilled sardines they are fantastic.
Whether you are looking for a small, private cove or miles and miles of soft golden sand, the Costa del Sol has something for everyone.
Bars and Restaurants
Calahonda has many, many bars and restaurants.
Either you want to go for a cheap tapas with a caña or a luxury dinner, you will find it all.
Almost every community has their own gems.
Go and visit El Zoco, Doña Lola, The Strip, or one of the Chiringuitos on the beach.
At night often there is live entertainment, Trivia or pop quizzes at many places so you wont get bored.
Tours and Excursions
For those who want to get away for a day from the beach, there are all kinds of tours we can organize for you.
What about a day tour to Granada and visit the world famous Alhambra or shop in the narrow streets for the best souvenirs.
Visit Gibraltar with many attractions, like the cable cart, caves, monkeys etc.
Tour to Malaga with a flamengo show and dinner included.
Hiking the Caminito del Rey for some excercise and thrills.
El Refugio del Burrito is a place that rescues donkeys and mules that are abandoned or mistreated.
You can visit them for a small entrance fee which all goes back to help the animals.
There are also possibilities to adopt.
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