Everyone knows that holidays in Costa del Sol involve plenty of sun, but Estepona is unique. There is a microclimate here which means that Estepona enjoys a staggering 325 days or more of sunshine each year.
Torremolinos has managed to shrug off its former cheap and tacky, Brit’s abroad image to become a sleek and appealing resort perfect for a range of different sorts of holidays in Costa del Sol.
Known previously as La Cala del Moral, ‘Bay of the Mullberries’, La Cala de Mijas is one of the many tourist resorts providing relaxing holidays in Costa del Sol.
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Fuengirola is one of the most popular destinations for beach holidays in Costa del Sol. There are over 8km of beaches and plenty of tourist facilities to make your stay an enjoyable one.