Discover beautiful beaches
Maximise more than 320 sunny days each year on the Costa del Sol’s sensational beaches. The Western region comprises towns to the west of Málaga capital; city-beach favourites include Malapesquera in Benalmádena and Los Boliches in Fuengirola.
The beaches of the eastern Costa del Sol, in the region of Axarquía, are dramatic and characterful. Many survey mountain ranges, rugged cliffs and beautiful coves.
Soak up art and culture – Málaga capital witnessed the birth of Pablo Picasso, after all. Artistic lures include the Málaga Centre for Contemporary Art and the Picasso Museum. Don’t miss Antequera, in Andalusia’s heart, boasting more than fifty monuments and archaeological sites.
When it comes to culinary highlights, the region’s cuisine is deliciously diverse, showcasing coastal Mediterranean menus and the flavours of inland towns.
From its towering mountains to its azure ocean, the Costa del Sol is the perfect destination for active travellers, keen to hike, bike, canyon, kite surf, sail, climb and explore the natural world.
Thanks to the glorious year-round climate and diverse landscapes, there’s plenty to see and do. The Great Málaga Path connects the region’s trails and routes, making exploring easy.
With 325 days of sunshine and a balmy year-round climate, it’s little surprise the Costa del Sol – Costa del Golf boasts the highest concentration of courses in all of Europe.
With championship courses designed by some of the sport’s most esteemed names, including Tom Simpson and Cabell Robinson, the region was declared the Best Golf Destination for 2019 for good reason.