The Costa del Sol Water Parks compete with the beaches during the summer months for visitors eager to spend a day of refreshing fun, offering large fresh water pools, with a host of water attractions for the entire family.
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.
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!
Along the 160 km that make up the Costa del Sol of Malaga from Manilva to Nerja, there are about 300 beach bars – Chiringuitos – where you can enjoy the excellent local cuisine by the Mediterranean Sea. Get ready, we are going to make your mouth water, we present you the best 50 beach bars on the Costa del Sol!
Malaga and the typical summer fines: Which are true and which are myths? We go through them one by one.
Every summer, when the heat swelters in Malaga, we ask ourselves the same questions again and again: Can I drive in flip-flops? Shirtless? In a Bikini? Can I drink water while driving? Or enjoy a refreshing ice cream at the wheel?
Find out what you shouldn’t do, if you prefer to spend your money in a Beach bar instead on a fine.