Costa del Sol and Costa de Almería Travel Guide

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Plan Your Costa del Sol and Costa de Almería Vacation

With an average of 320 days of sunshine a year, the Costa del Sol well deserves its name, "the Sunshine Coast." It's no wonder much of the coast has been built up with resorts and high-rise hotels. Don't despair, though; you can still find some classic Spanish experiences, whether in the old city of Marbella or one of the smaller villages like Casares. And despite the hubbub during high season, visitors can unwind here, basking or strolling on mile after mile of sandy beach.

Hotels

Costa del Sol and Costa de Almería Hotels

Most hotels on the developed stretch between Torremolinos and Fuengirola offer large, functional rooms near the sea at competitive rates, but the area's...read more

Restaurants

Costa del Sol and Costa de Almería Restaurants

Málaga is best for traditional Spanish cooking, with a wealth of bars and seafood restaurants serving fritura malagueña, the city's famous fried seafood...read more

Things To Do

Things To Do in Costa del Sol and Costa de Almería

Explore the best sights, entertainment, and shopping with our top choices and insider tips.

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Costa del Sol and Costa de Almería Experiences

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