It covers the entire coast around Malaga, Marbella, and the Mediterranean coast to Cadiz province.
Because of its beautiful countryside and many facilities, the Costa del Sol is one of the most attractive destinations in the world...
Thanks to the 320 days of sun a year and an average seawater temperature of 18°C visitors can enjoy sun and beach tourism the whole year through.
From the busy tourist centres to small rocky beaches, you will find crystal clear water and beautiful beaches that have been awarded the blue flag of the European Union,
modern facilities and services, interesting cultural events and excellent nightlife facilities.
High-quality, varied and in all price classes.
The mountains range, Sierra Bermeja, Serrania de Ronda, Sierra de las Nieves, Sierra Blanca, Sierra de Alpujarra, Sierra de Mijas, Montes de Malaga, Sierra de Tejeda and Sierra de Almijara form a protective wall around this coastal strip.
Rural tourism with its countryside routes like La Axarquia, the White Villages, the Route of the Raisins, the Route of the Sun and Wine...
The major towns on the Costa del Sol are:
Malaga, Torremolinos, Fuengirola, Marbella, Estepona
To the east the Costa del Sol borders the Costa Tropical or coast of Granada and to the west the Costa de la Luz to Cádiz, where the Mediterranean becomes the Atlantic Ocean.