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Long renowned as the most popular holiday destination in all of Spain, it is not hard to see why from the terrific resorts on offer. From the luxury of Marbella through to the charm of Nerja, there are memorable experiences to be had on every Costa Del Sol holiday.
With miles of beautiful mountains, a long stunning coastline and a consistently fantastic climate, it is obvious to see why Costa Del Sol is Spain's most popular holiday destination.
The resorts on offer vary from traditional Spanish villages like Ronda to classic tourism hotspots like Torremolinos, there seems to be a resort to suit all tastes in this southern region of Spain.
With an array of fun family attractions, thousands of superb restaurants and exciting collections of lively bars and nightclubs, holidays to Costa Del Sol can be enjoyed by everyone.
This terrific coastal town has everything you could want from a Spanish resort and more. Ten kilometres of coastline offer several great beaches and a large marina area that is packed with cafes, bars and restaurants.
Families will want to spend time at the Tivoli World theme park, the aquarium or the large natural gardens that features delightful wildlife within. The old town is a great area to walk around too with many old buildings still standing amongst the modern hotels.
The 24 Hour Square is where party animals want to visit though with a massive selection of bars and nightclubs to enjoy at any time of day and night.
A classic Spanish resort that remains pleasantly traditional rather than obviously touristy. This versatile resort can offer culture and charm in abundance from the old town to the terrific beaches but then provides fantastic night spots that get the party started.
The attractions in this town keep things calm with botanical gardens to wander through, several museums and ancient relics from Spain's long history.
On an evening though both locals and tourists enjoy a great time between the bars of the Calle Real area and the nightclubs by the marina.
European Blue Flag beaches await you if you choose to experience a holiday in Fuengirola. There is something for everyone here with family attractions, superb marina restaurants and some exciting nightclubs to try.
Explore the jungle temple theme at the Fuengirola Zoo and also meet and greet some of the cutest bids and animals around.
With two weekly markets and a shopping centre that hosts over 160 different stores, Fuengirola is one of Costa Del Sol's best shopping resorts. There is also a wide-ranging, delicious and price varying selection of restaurants on offer.
Costa Del Sol's most famous resort holds a classy, luxurious and upmarket reputation and it is easy to see why. Fortunately you no longer have to break the bank to enjoy a holiday in Marbella with a great selection of hotels to choose from.
There are fun attractions dotted all around the cosmopolitan town and the area outside of the resort is a beautiful forested mountain range that is just waiting to be explored.
Marbella prides itself on offering the best services around and the choice of bars and restaurants are really unrivalled by anywhere else in Costa Del Sol.
A major Costa Del Sol resort that is the epitome of Spain's natural beauty. Watch the sun go down over the ocean and the cliffs from the charming Balcony of Europe before enjoying traditional meals and entertainment in the area.
There are 10 beaches spread across Nerja's 16km coastline. Some are wide spaces for tourists and some are hidden in coves. This rocky region is also home to the Nerja Caves which are delightfully eerie and make for a great tour.
The nightlife is a vibrant selection of bars and nightclubs that stay open until very late. This resort literally has something for everyone.
Torremolinos's development marked the start of Costa Del Sol's tourism boom and this resort is still going strong today.
A town that has been developed so much over the years, Torremolinos has something for everybody. From major and minor attractions for families to the exciting nightlife for young partygoers, this resort caters for all needs and wishes.
Something to be enjoyed by all and the only consistent over the years is the six phenomenal beaches that hug the Torremolinos coastline. This area remains as attractive as ever and is the main draw for bringing tourists back year after year.
Holidays to Costa Del Sol are so popular primarily due to the phenomenal climate that the area enjoys. With well over 300 days of sunshine a year and winter temperatures that remain warm, there is never a bad time to visit.
The summer temperatures hit an average of 25C which keeps the nights warm but during the day the thermostat will regularly pass 30C.
There are many fiestas held in Costa Del Sol and almost every resort throws regular summer events that are fun for both locals and tourists. Summer is peak tourism season which means busier visitor numbers but also more restaurants, entertainment and attractions on offer.
You can experience the summit and the depths of Nerja's rocky coastline thanks to the Balcony of Europe or the fascinating cave tours. From the top you're given terrific views out to sea and of the long Costa Del Sol coastline. Underneath is an eerie but exciting adventure through dark caves.
A trend that is popping up all over the world is the puzzle room concept. BrainQuest is Marbella's own version that is a popular departure from what Marbella is famous for. You and your group are locked in a room full of items and you must solve clues within an hour to escape from it.
Estepona's Zoo features one of the best collections of animals in Europe. Predominantly an African themed park, there are lions, elephants, monkeys, many birds, reptiles, and so much more to see. A day spent here can be as educating as it is entertaining.
Among the many waterparks in Costa Del Sol, this one found in Torremolinos is perhaps the best on offer. With unique slides like the Super Slalom, the Crazy Cones and the Boomerang as well as classics like the Black Hole, this park is an exciting day out for all ages.
An extension of the Aqualand waterpark in Torremolinos, this fun experience allows visitors to get up close and personal with the dangerous cold blooded creatures. The animal handlers also let visitors hold a baby crocodile as well as observe the adults and learn about their hunting techniques.
Starting your journey from the Arroyo de la Miel area in Benalmadena you can enjoy a leisurely but breath-taking trip up to the summit of the Calamorro Mountain range via a cable car. Once at the top of the 771m structure you enjoy amazing views over the forests and resorts of Costa Del Sol and out to the cool Mediterranean Sea.