Apartments in Costa del Sol: Accommodations with Magic and Style
The Costa del Sol stretches from the province of Malaga to Cádiz, ranging from La Línea de la Concepción to Nerja. Its ideal climate turned it into the meeting point for celebrities in the 1950s, converting Marbella into the preferred spot for Jet Setting and becoming the centre of nightlife, cafes, international restaurants, tapas bars, exclusive shopping and art and culture venues. If you have other interests then you can venture into the lush geography of the Costa del Sol Oriental mountain range, or into the hills of the Litoral mountain range, from where amazing landscapes and archaeological sites such as Alcorrín and Fuengirola emerge. If you love being in nature, far away from all types of prejudice, Benalmádena is the place to find great beaches. If you wish to enjoy all Costa de Sol has to offer then make your reservations at one of our apartments in Costa del Sol.
Places to go in Costa del Sol
- Malaga, a visit to Pablo Picasso’s birthplace at the Merced Plaza is a must. On the Alcazabilla Street you can find the Roman Theatre dating back to the first century, the Jewish quarter and the Los Condes de Buenavista Palace. There is also the Malaga Park, with subtropical species. In the Alameda Principal historical centre you can taste wines at the Antigua Casa de Guardia tavern, go shopping or have a mid-morning coffee.
- Marbella has the most beautiful old town of the entire Costa del Sol. There are manor houses adorned with bright bougainvillea flowers, marinas, all types of beach bars, water sports and premier nightlife.
- Torremolinos is the most cosmopolitan city in the Costa del Sol. It is the birthplace for gay tourism and is surrounded by botanical parks. The coastline is divided into four beaches: El Bajondillo, Playamar, Los Álamos and Carihuela, famous for its restaurants with fried fish.
- Nerja’s history is captured in the paintings of the Cave of Nerja, the Maro village, the Balcony of Europe with its stunning views and the Aqueduct del Águila. In addition it boasts magnificent beaches and remarkable churches.
- Benalmádena is full of tourist attractions: the Tívoli Word park, the Calamorro cable car, the Torrequebrada casino, water parks and beaches perfect for diving.
- Estepona is known for its’ culinary tradition and the best place to experience it is at the traditional restaurant Los Rosales, at 12 Damas Street next to the Flores Plaza. Renowned for the beautiful murals that decorate the buildings, the best way to see them is by touring the city.
- Torrox has a beach and is also great for going on quiet walks along the Calaceite Tower, the Our Lady of the Incarnation Parish and the Morche Tower.
- Fuengirola offers historical locations like the Baths of Torreblanca, the Church of Our Lady of the Rosary and the Roman archaeological site from the fifth century, Finca del Secretario.
- Algarrobo is a Moorish village that stands out for its’ architecture, archaeological sites from the Copper Age and culinary culture with clear Arab influences.
- Costa Vélez-Málaga is a city with a baroque architectural imprint. Its’ appeal lies in the tiny streets, convents and palaces that transport tourists to a different era.
- Benahavís, located in a mountainous region, is a culinary reservoir of the Costa del Sol; it has nine golf courses as well as places to go hiking with wonderful views.
- La Cala del Moral is located in the Rincón de la Victoria town and has one of the three underwater caves in the world called Cave del Tesoro.
- The Alcorrín Callejas, located in the Manilva town, is one of the most important archaeological discoveries of the 20th century, exposing a vast urban settlement from the Bronze Age.
- The Buenas Noches Beach in Galeras is a typical place on the Mediterranean coast; left almost completely wild, it is very quiet with rustic places to eat. It is great for a daytrip.
- Casares is a white coloured village influenced by Arab architecture, where a visitor can visit the Castle of Casares built on limestone rock overlooking the valley, play golf and visit the birthplace of Blas Infante.
- San Luis de Sabinillas is located 35 kilometers from Gibraltar. The main tourist attractions are the Sabinillas Beach and the Castle of Sabinillas. There are also various restaurants, bars, shopping, a street market every Friday, the Medieval Market and the Market of the Sea.
Our Costa del Sol apartments are located very close to the previously mentioned places.
How to reach Costa del Sol
The Malaga-Costa del Sol airport is located 8 kilometres from the city centre and 15 minutes by bus. The A 75 Express line drops us at the General Torrijo Plaza and the C-1 train at the Malaga Centro Alameda, from where you can walk or take a taxi to your final destination. There is also a taxi stand located in the T3 Terminal, which is properly marked. We recommend asking for a receipt, as it is essential if you need to file any type of claim.
Getting around Costa del Sol is easy. There are good bus systems that make accessing the tourist spots easy, along with a train that takes you from Malaga to Torremolinos, Benalmádena and Fuengirola.
Accommodation in Costa del Sol
Costa del Sol accommodation is very diverse. Costa del Sol can offer visitors a stay in lofts, studios located in the winding streets with whitewashed houses, lavish hotels or stylish apartments in front of the sea. If you are planning your holidays and you want it to go smoothly, we have spectacular accommodations in Costa de Sol and each is equipped to make your stay unforgettable. Don’t forget to rent an apartment in the Costa de Sol to fully enjoy your holiday. All are tailored to satisfy your exciting plans during both day and night; they are close to bars or the archaeological wonders that leave a special mark on this cluster of cities and small towns on the Mediterranean coast.