The Costa del Sol is establishing itself as a luxury destination, with a growing range of high-end shopping, hotels and residential complexes.
Leading the way is undoubtedly Marbella, followed by Estepona and Malaga city.
This is where the wealthy clients are concentrated who wish to enjoy an exclusive sun and beach holiday, combined with a wide range of top-quality services such as golf, gastronomy, museums and culture, to name but a few.
Discover why the Costa del Sol is one of your first choices if you want to spend a few days of relaxation without missing out on anything!
This weekend has started the high season on the Costa del Sol, with thousands of tourists eager for sun and beach. Today we tell you about all the things you should never do on Malaga’s beaches and more information that you may find useful.
The Guadalhorce, Conde de Guadalhorce and Guadalteba reservoirs are located about 60 kilometres northwest of Malaga, one of the most beautiful natural sites in Andalusia. Popularly, these reservoirs are known as the “Reservoirs of El Chorro”.
In the area you can enjoy a wide variety of activities as it is an ideal place to enjoy nature, whether it be with your camera, hiking, cycling, caving, climbing, swimming or fishing.
No one wants to overpay for a certain service. Hiring a car at Malaga airport in particular has acquired a bit of a bad reputation, as customers are often surprised by expenses that are not clearly specified in advance or broken down into the supposed final price.
The Mediterranean Motorway (Autopista del Sol) connects all the major tourist centres along the Costa del Sol.
Getting by car from Malaga airport to any of the resorts of the western Costa del Sol, there are basically two ways of travelling the Mediterranean Motorway: Either along its toll free motorway (A-7) or the toll road (AP-7).
We´ll have a look at advantages and disadvantages of both, as well as prices depending on season.
Summer Driving Tips: Summer distractions and other practical tips for driving in hot temperatures on the Costa del Sol, tolls, typical summer fines or dog in the car, you’ll find this very useful!
The DGT (the Spanish General Directorate of Traffic) has prepared an update with new traffic signs that will soon be installed on streets and roads.
Find out which they are and take our fun quiz!
Malaga as a mature destination has a huge offer of leisure and entertainment. Discover with us the best kids attractions in Malaga and on the Costa del Sol.
We’re going to give you some very good reasons to hire a convertible in Malaga, plus some useful tips for driving it, so read on!
Are you thinking about hiring a convertible in Malaga? Enjoying Malaga, its beaches and landscapes sounds great, but doing it while driving a Cabrio sounds even better.
Plus, the good news: Due to the mild climate in Malaga, you can enjoy open-air driving practically all year round. (more…)