Your Guide to Areas on the Costa del Sol

Benahavís

Benahavís

Benahavis is a picturesque mountain village situated between Marbella and Estepona, 7km from the coastline. Surrounded by natural parkland, its terrain is traversed by the Rivers Guadalmine, Guadaiza and Guadalmanza and is considered to be one of the most beautiful towns in Andalucia. The area is ho ...

Benalmádena

Benalmádena

One of the most diverse and popular towns on the Coast, Benalmádena, covers an area of almost 30km2. From Benalmádena Costa on the shores of the Mediterranean to the typical Spanish parts of Benalmádena Pueblo and Arroyo de la Miel, this area offers a choice of different lifestyles. Benalmádena ...

Elviria

Elviria

The Elviria region of Marbella is recognized as having some of the best golden beaches on the entire southern Spanish coast and is also home to the world famous Nikki Beach, one of Europe's premium beach club hotspots of glamour, luxury and celebrity. Only 15 Minutes East of Marbella and with direct ...

Estepona

Estepona

Estepona is a small town located on the west of the Costa del Sol with an overall population of 70,000. Despite its popularity as a tourist resort, the town has maintained its Andalucí­an charm, and is largely characterised by quaint cobbled streets lined with local restaurants and bars, unusual s ...

Fuengirola

Fuengirola

From its origins as a small fishing village, Fuengirola is now one of the larger towns on the Costa del Sol and also one of the coasts main tourist destinations. Largely urban in nature, the town is a hive of activity, with busy streets lined with shops, bars, restaurants and nightclubs. An 8km stre ...

La Cala

La Cala

La Cala forms part of the Municipality of Mijas, situated in the middle of the Costa del Sol on a popular coastal zone. Urbanised within a 12 kilometer radius, with a population of over 24,000 inhabitants, La Cala is nestled between Fuengirola to the east, and Marbella to the west and is just 30 min ...

Malaga

Malaga

Regarded by many as the epicenter of Spanish cultural heritage and custom, Malaga is the second largest city in Andalucía with a population of around 568,000. The metropolis lies on the southernmost point in Europe, 100km east of the Straight of Gibraltar and 130km north of Africa ...

Marbella

Marbella

The most popular and well-known destination on Spain's Costa del Sol, Marbella is famous for its 300-plus days of sunshine per year and its miles of beautiful sandy beaches. The area has been a popular tourist destination since the early 1950's and is still known as a "playground for the rich" given ...

Mijas

Mijas

Nestled in the mountains at 428 meters above sea level, Mijas Pueblo is a charming little village that is cherished along the Costa del Sol by tourists and locals alike. Featuring narrow cobbled streets and beautiful white washed houses, Mijas Pueblo is a typically picturesque Andalucían mountain v ...

Nueva Andalucía

Nueva Andalucía

Nueva Andalucía is the more graceful little sister of Puerto Banús. This extremely pretty and tranquil within walking distance to Puerto Banús is surrounded by golf courses and has become one of the most popular locations for home buyers. With Puerto Banús within walking distance ...

Puerto Banús

Puerto Banús

Located on the coast road between Marbella and the quant Spanish town of San Pedro, Puerto Banús is a marina town that attracts world famous celebrities and many affluent visitors. Especially during the summer months, you are very likely to spot some famous footballer, pop-star or other celebrity i ...

Riviera del Sol

Riviera del Sol

Ideally located between the popular towns of Marbella and Fuengirola, Riviera del Sol is one of the most perfect places to enjoy life in southern Spain. It is within touching distance of Marbella's famous Old Town and the glamorous marina of Puerto Banús, as well as the bustling Mediterranean atmos ...

San Pedro de Alcántara

San Pedro de Alcántara

The quaint town of San Pedro has become increasingly popular with foreign residents and holiday makers over the past few years. Luckily it has retained its typical Spanish flair and small-town character. Only 10 minutes from the stylish restaurants and upmarket shops of Puerto Banús ...

Torremolinos

Torremolinos

From its humble origins as a small fishing village on the outskirts of Malaga in the 1920s, Torremolinos has evolved into one of the most sought-after tourist destinations in Spain. Frequented by artists and celebrities in the 1950s and 60s, the area gained popularity. More than half a century later ...

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