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Your ultimate Costa del Sol Guide

Whether you are looking for sun and beach fun, if you like city breaks to Malaga, discover beautiful corners of the province, if you enjoy adventure sports… This and much more we have prepared for you in your definitive Costa del Sol guide.

At MalagaCar.com we are proud to be able to offer one of the most complete guides to the Costa del Sol.

To our extensive library we add weekly new articles of interest to make the most of your stay on the Costa del Sol, with a wide range of ideas, suggestions and proposals.

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Visiting Estepona – The Garden of the Costa del Sol

If you are planning to spend your holidays in Estepona or nearby, here you will find everything you need to know.

Estepona is one of the most exclusive destinations on the Costa del Sol. Unlike Marbella, this pretty fishing village has managed to maintain much of its essence.

The municipality continually invests in beautifying the intricate streets of its old town.

As a result, in recent years it has acquired a name of its own: El Jardin de la Costa del Sol (The Garden of the Costa del Sol).

The town boasts a large number of 5-star hotels and some of the best golf courses. This makes it the ideal destination for an affluent clientele who prefer to keep a low profile and enjoy a relaxing holiday with the best facilities.

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The Dolmens of Antequera – Journey to the Andalusian Stonehenge

Let’s find out all the information about the Dolmens of Antequera; benefit from your rental car by taking a journey to the Andalusian Stonehenge.

What is a Dolmen?

Dolmens are prehistoric constructions made of large stones. For the construction two or more of those large stones are placed vertically before adding more horizontally; at least one on top (Dolmen = “large stone table” in Breton).

Interestingly, Dolmens exist all over the world (Asia, Middle East, Europe and Africa), regardless of culture. In Korea there are the most dolmens, about 35 000 Dolmens, which is almost 40 % of all the dolmens in the world.

In Antequera, Malaga we have our own particular Stonehenge. The Dolmen in Antequera are from the Neolithic period. That means, to give you an idea, these constructions are an incredible 6,500 years old.

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