Costa del Sol package holidays truly have something or everyone. With famously beautiful beaches, quaint marinas, bustling nightlife, cuisine to delight all taste buds, incredible watersports, and steeped in culture.
British tourists have embraced the Costa del Sol for over 60 years, enjoying the 320 days of sunshine each year, along it’s flourishing coastline. Whether you’re looking for a self-catering holiday or going on an All Inclusive deal, a Costa del Sol holiday is always a great choice.
Familes – So much to do for both young and older visitors.
Party animals – The nightlife is world-renowned, especially in Marbella.
Beach lovers – Pristine beaches and 320 days of sunshine.
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This cosmopolitan town near Malaga is packed with things to do and places to see. It’s easy to see why this is one of the many people’s first choice in the Costa del Sol, offering fun-filled places to stay that are central to the resort’s summery action. Whether you’re looking for boutique shopping or cultural day trips, Blue Flag beaches to sunbathe on, or the array of bars to party in, Fuengirola has it all. You can take a Gibraltar day trip from here too!
Benalmadena is one of Costa del Sol’s higher-end resorts, where you can spend your days relishing a more sophisticated Spanish experience than some of the region’s more party-oriented areas. That’s not to say that there aren’t fantastic nights out to be had here – you’ll just also find an upmarket marina and a wider range of choices for days out, children’s and adult attractions, and delicious places to eat.
Marbella is your perfect Costa del Sol holiday if you are looking for excitement with the option for buzzing nights out. Beyond the clubs, Marbella’s gorgeous Old Town is a maze of cobbles and historic buildings where you’ll discover art galleries and fine restaurants to satisfy the culture vulture in you. Family fun is also easy to find in Marbella, where zip wires at Aventura Amazonia and trampolines at Costa Jump provide entertainment for energetic kids and teens.
This traditional whitewashed village is nestled in the mountains and looks out across the glittering Mediterranean Sea. A Mijas holiday takes you to a more typically Spanish location, where you are more likely to see donkey taxis trotting along cobbled streets than Brits heading out for a wild night on the tiles. There’s a 15th century castle, a beautiful church, 12km of coastline, and unbeatable views of the ocean, helping to make your trip to Mijas a truly tranquil holiday.
Originally a serene fishing village, Nerja is a Costa del Sol holiday spot that has kept some of its historic charm. While hiking, the spectacular beaches, and Nerja’s many natural attractions are 3 great reasons to head to the area, it is also home to almost 300 restaurants which mean that it’s a top choice for foodies and lovers of the Spanish cuisine.
As one of the best-known resorts in Spain, Torremolinos is an exciting holiday prospect. It’s a resort with a fun atmosphere that runs across its golden beaches, lively bars, and delicious restaurants. This colourful town has both Spanish and international entertainment on offer, as well as a range of excellent golfing opportunities, art galleries, and an energetic nightlife.
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