Tag: family holiday

Travelling with children to Malaga and the Costa del Sol

Having a baby or a small child is no reason to miss out on a nice holiday, quite the opposite! Everything you need to know for travelling with children to Malaga and the Costa del Sol.

Getting away from it all in Malaga’s mild climate under almost always blue skies and recharging the batteries will not only please the parents. Discovering the world, playing on the beach and enjoying the waves of the sea will be a lifelong memory for the children.

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Swim in the turquoise waters of Alcazaba Lagoon, unique in Europe

No, this is not the Caribbean. It is Alcazaba Lagoon, an artificial lagoon of 1.4 hectares with ever turquoise waters.

In this article we are going to discover the fantastic Alcazaba Lagoon: A huge freshwater oasis located 6 km off the Costa del Sol between Estepona and Casares.

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Visiting Nerja – A Jewel of the Costa del Sol

Nerja is one of the most important tourist centres on the Costa del Sol. Situated in the most easterly part of the province, this municipality has a very special charm that distinguishes it from tourism on the western Costa del Sol.

Situated in the foothills of the high mountains of Sierra Tejeda in the Axarquia, the whole area has a unique scenic beauty, with some of the most enchanting coves, the Maro Cliffs Natural Park or the famous Nerja Caves.

Discover all there is to do during your visit to one of the most beautiful coastal towns on the Costa del Sol.
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Accessible tourism in Malaga & Costa del Sol

Disability and Accessible Tourism in Malaga: some facts

Accessible tourism in Malaga: According to the World Health Organisation, around 15% of the world’s population has a disability, that is to say, 1 in 6 people have a mild to severe disability that affects their ability to enjoy travel.

Regarding accessible tourism in Malaga, in recent years great efforts have been made to adapt the public space to people with disabilities, both at urban, cultural and transport level and last but not least leisure and beaches.
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