Costa del Sol, located in southern Spain’s Andalusia, is one of the country’s largest autonomous communities. The region has miles of fantastic beaches facing the Mediterranean Sea and the Penibaetic System, resulting in a diverse landscape of sand, sea, mountains, and bays.

    Costa del Sol enjoys a warm climate year-round, making it a popular European winter sun destination. Coastal towns such as Torremolinos, Marbella and Estepona have plenty of hotels, resorts, restaurants and bars to suit just about any traveller. The region is also nicknamed Costa del Golf – you’ll find over 70 world-class golf courses, many of which have hosted international tournaments.

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      It won’t surprise too many people to hear that the Costa del Sol is famous for its beaches. The towns along Spain’s ‘Sunshine Coast’ each have several beautiful stretches of sand, though that is often their only similarity. Each has a unique atmosphere and style. Marbella offers a luxury lifestyle, Benalmádena is known for its theme parks, Fuengirola is popular...

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