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Guide to Costa Del Sol Self Catering Holidays
Pristine white beaches and clean blue water make up the stunning shores of the Costa del Sol, Spain’s longest coastline. This is a region of dramatic mountains, sun-baked resorts, archaeological treasures and whitewashed villages.
Moorish palaces, churches and museums can be found in the culturally rich towns of Seville, Cordoba and Grenada, and year round sunshine makes playing on world class golf courses a joy.
The Costa del Sol is home to the flamenco and the fiesta and a place where the true flavour of Spain sits alongside an energetic holiday playground.
The Costa del Sol is a shoreline of wide sandy beaches, secluded coves and dramatic mountains. With crystal clear waters and year-round sunshine, Costa del Sol is the perfect place for a villa holiday in the sun. Most of the busier resorts have Blue Flag beaches with clean blue waters, ideal for fun family holidays.
These large beaches have good facilities including sun loungers, beachside bars and restaurants, and a wide selection of water sports. But take a trip away from the madding crowds and you will find romantic coves and pretty bays, perfect for a secret rendezvous.
Andalucia has a rich history and has inherited ruins and historical sites from many ancient civilisations. Our well appointed villas make good bases to explore the nearby historic towns.
Sports facilities are excellent and some of Europe’s finest golf courses are to be found here as well as water sports from some 11 marinas. National parks and dramatic mountains make good places for walking and cycling as well as providing fantastic views. At Nerja are famous natural caves filled will prehistoric paintings and ancient treasures.
Costa del Sol is known for its lively and varied nightlife. Traditionally Spanish bars, flamenco shows and fiestas sit alongside casinos, sports bars and nightclubs. Malaga, the area’s capital has more bars than anywhere else in Europe.
Our resorts at Nerja, Mijas and Frigilana tend to be low-key in comparison. A meal at a restaurant with stunning views of the Mediterranean or an evening stroll along the promenade is usual. Sitting at a pavement café and watching street entertainment is a popular way to spend the balmy evenings.