Costa del Sol, Always Warm
There is a vacation spot where the sun shines 325 days a year and the average temperature is around 20ºC, that place is the Costa del Sol. It offers the 12 months of the year a destination where it is possible to sink the feet in the sand, while the moon and the breeze caress the face where body and mind are balanced.
The 160 km of its coast and the charm of its villages, make it possible to sail the Mediterranean, watch dolphins, have lunch outdoors, take advantage of every minute of sun and enjoy the pleasant night of the region, a perfect proposal to rent a Boat with or without crew in Malaga and go sailing.
Besides being the place where the sun shines 325 days a year, one of the great attractions of the Costa del Sol is its cultural and heritage offer.
- The Capital of the Costa del Sol, cradle of the famous painter Pablo Picasso, brings together about thirty museums such as the Pablo Picasso Museum in Malaga, the Picasso Foundation Casa Natal Museum, the Pompidou Center or the Center for Contemporary Art that seek to satisfy the most tastes varied and demanding.
- One of the undoubted attractions of the tourist offer of the Costa del Sol is its gastronomic offer, simple in ingredients and very varied in dishes. To the culinary richness, another great advantage is added, the opportunity to live it outdoors since its pleasant average temperatures make it possible.
- Based on the renowned Mediterranean diet, Costa Rican cuisine is capable of falling in love with the most demanding palates and has an undisputed protagonist: olive oil.
- The gastronomic tour begins with a gazpacho, ajoblanco or porque antequerana. But do not miss the opportunity to sit down to enjoy the famous “fried fish” of Malaga and its fish in espeto.
- In turn, you can not stop “tapas” in any terrace or restaurant or stop spending some time in the wine section. The traditional wines of Malaga join a wide range of captivating whites, reds and pinks that have gained wide international recognition.
- The Costa del Sol attracts thousands of travelers every year offering a great proposal for nautical tourism. Its coasts are navigated with a very pleasant and warm climate, in which you will not leave without enjoying the wonderful dolphin watching and the stops of the glamorous Sports Clubs where you can get moored.
- Every year, golf attracts thousands of travelers to the Costa del Sol due to the quality and scenic beauty of its fields, so much so that it receives the nickname of the Costa del Golf.
The 161 kilometers of coastline make the Costa del Sol a paradise for lovers of the sea and the sun and the perfect destination to rent a boat with or without a captain and enjoy an unforgettable sailing holiday on the Costa del Sol.
What can you do on the Costa del Sol?
- Take a walk through the historic center of Marbella.
- Visit the picturesque town of Mijas and ride a donkey taxi.
- Enjoy the Tivoli World Amusement Park, in Benalmádena.
- Stroll through Puerto Banús in Marbella, the most glamorous marina on the entire coast.
- Sunbathing on Burriana Beach, Nerja. And eat a rice in the beach bar of Ayo, famous for the Summer Blue series.
- Climb the Benalmádena cable car to admire the entire Costa del Sol from the heights.
- To go out: the Marina of Benalmádena, Fuengirola, Marbella or the beach bars of Los Alamos beach, near Malaga capital.
- Play Golf in one of its incredible fields. For something they also call the area “the coast of golf”.
- Visit the white town of Frigiliana.
- Take a walk, shop or go to the movies in Playa Mayor, one of the largest shopping centers in the province.
- Get to know the magical Castillo de Colomares in Benalmádena.
- Visit the Selwo Aventura Estepona nature park, with hundreds of semi-free animal species.
- Visit the monumental Ronda, the dream city, an hour’s drive from the coast.
- Enjoy the most exclusive beach club on the coast: Nikki Beach, in Marbella.
- Eat fried fish (sardine spits included) in some of the restaurants of La Carihuela beach.
- See the largest stupa in the West, in Benalmádena.
- Go to Nerja, visit the balcony of Europe and the Nerja Caves.
- Get to know La Rada Beach, in Estepona, distinguished several times with a blue flag.
- Visit the white town of Casares
- Scuba diving or snorkeling on the cliffs of Marocerro Gordo and enjoying its wild beaches.
- Do some shopping at the La Cañada Shopping Center, Marbella.
- Walk the Caminito del Rey in the swamp of El Chorro, one of the most dangerous trails in the world.
- Spot dolphins and whales in the Strait of Gibraltar.
- Go to the Torrequebrada Casino
- Stroll along San Miguel de Torremolinos Street, a classic on the Costa del Sol.
- Go to Bioparc, the nature park of Fuengirola.
- Visit the Antequ Dolmens era, a World Heritage Site by Unesco.
- Visit the Castle of Sohail de Fuengirola, the Arab fortress of the 10th century.
- Sunbathing on one of the best nudist beaches on the coast: Artola Beach in Cabopino, Marbella.
- Enjoy the Aquapark water park in Torremolinos as a family.
- Enjoy the mountain in the nearby Sierra de las Nieves.
- Eat a fried fish in the town of Torre del Mar.
- Get to know Júzcar, the famous Smurf town of the Serranía de Ronda (more than an hour from the coast).
- Enjoy your parties: in June Marbella, in September Torremolinos and Vélez Málaga or Fuengirola in October, the carnival in February and Easter
- Bathe in Sabinillas Beach, in the municipality of Manilva.
- Enjoy the atmosphere of the historic center of the town of Estepona
- Visit the town of La Caleta de Vélez, with one of the most important fishing ports on the coast. And eat fresh fish in Chinchin Puerto
- Hiking through the Torcal de Antequera.
- Go to Paloma and La Bateria parks, in Benalmádena and Torremolinos respectively
The 161 kilometers of coastline make the Costa del Sol a paradise for lovers of the sea and the sun and the perfect destination to rent a boat with or without a captain and enjoy an unforgettable sailing holiday on the Costa del Sol. if you need more information please contact us at www.hostandboat.com