Holiday Village Costa Del Sol

With a Grade-A pool scene and panoramic views of the sea, a stay at the Holiday Village Costa Del Sol includes access to an all-action Beach Club next door. This offers a wave machine and a pirate ship. As well as a separate splash pool for children, there’s also a pair of luxurious jacuzzis with sunken water loungers. If you’re a water baby, this is the place for you. With three bars, a pool bar serving snacks and a choice of restaurants, there are also eating and drinking spots that the whole family will enjoy. There’s never a dull moment at the Holiday Village Costa del Sol.

Overview of Costa del Sol

Equally suitable for family getaways and romantic retreats, holidays to the Costa Del Sol cater to any style or taste, from relaxed vibes to all-action adventure. Plus, the Costa Del Sol climate is scorching all-year-round, with the region receiving over 300 days of sunshine. This makes it perfect for a break at any time of the year. The holiday resorts that the Costa Del Sol has to offer attract tourists from every corner of the globe. With holidays to the Costa del Sol becoming increasingly popular, top-notch resort towns such as Benalmadena have sprung up. Home to the Holiday Village Costa Del Sol Hotel, you’ll also find a 24-hour party square and seemingly endless beaches.

Things to do in Costa del Sol

Right on the coast road between Benalmadena and Fuengirola, the Holiday Village Costa Del Sol is the gateway to the great and good of the Costa Del Sol. The main beach of Fuengirola is only 1.3 kilometres away, while there’s a public bus that runs from right outside the complex that can take you to Benalmadena (seven kilometres away) and Fuengirola (six kilometres away). In Benalmadena, you’ll find 10 kilometres of coastline, a large marina area and a theme park. In Fuengirola, explore the zoo, a shopping centre with over 150 shops and a wide range of restaurants.


Resort Summary

The town itself is split into three main urban areas – Benalmadena Costa, Arroyo de la Miel and Benalmadena Pueblo. The former is where most of the action is concentrated – running along the pristine shoreline, it is home to the majority of hotel complexes and amenities.

Set slightly further back, Arroyo de la Miel – literally “Stream of Honey” in English – is home to the majority of the region’s shops and fine dining establishments, while the Pueblo is reminiscent of other Spanish towns dotted among the mountainous areas of Costa del Sol.

As with almost any town providing cheap holidays to Costa del Sol, Benalmadena’s primary draw for most tourists is its amazing beaches. With more than eight kilometres of sandy excellence to choose from, you won’t have to stray too far to find somewhere to lay your towel. Malapesquera and Carvajal in particular have been recognised for their high levels of cleanliness and impeccable facilities with the Blue Flag standard.

Arroyo is a great option for those serious about their swimming, while Benalnatura is a nudist beach if you’re keen to return home without tan lines. Tajo de Soga and the beaches adjacent to it are secluded tend to be quite private.