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BENALMADENA

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Benalmádena is right in the middle of the Costa del Sol and has everything you need for a fun filled, sunny happy holiday.  Not far from Malaga airport, if you don’t want a hire car, choose an Hotel close to the beach and get a taxi transfer and then relax! With a busy town and lots of facilities from excellent Hotels to shops, bars and restaurants, Benalmadena is perfect for a family holiday, maybe self catering with ample food stores to supply the hungry hordes!
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The Costa del Sol is probably the best known of the sunny Spanish Costas and with very good reason. From superb, clean and safe beaches to the historical towns in the mountains to the very lively nightlife, this area of southern Spain has it all. There are over 300 days of sun on the coast, with lovely warm temperatures, making it an ideal destination for the holiday maker. Also a great destination out of season, it offers super long term breaks in the sun to escape the winter weather!   Sports minded visitors will find excellent water sports, including swimming, canoeing, sailing and scuba-diving and the area has some of the world’s best golf facilities as well. Many courses are on mountains and hill tops with magnificent views of the area and the sea.

The western Costa de Sol stretches from Malaga to Gibraltar, and includes all the larger resorts such as Fuengirola, Torremolinos and Benalmadena as well as Malaga and Marbella.  Malaga city offers many museums, the major one being the Picasso Museum as well as great restaurants and tapas bars.  Looking for some fun in the clubs and bars? Head for Marbella and Puerto Banus where there is plenty of choice, from stylish upmarket clubs to fun discos.  Or drop into a bar and watch the beautiful people drift by!

If you want a family holiday based around the beach and the warm sea, there are many resorts and beaches on the coast, including little coves tucked away to the long sandy stretches where the famous come to top up their tans! There is a huge choice of accommodation from five star luxury to local family owned hotels. Great opportunities to stay on a golf course if you want, or go self catering with the family and do your own thing. Or look for a good hotel with an all inclusive offering, great value. You will find the perfect place for every budget and style of holiday. 

There are many stunning national parks around Malaga, many an easy drive away. They offer hiking, walking, golf, four-wheel-driving, horse riding and many other outdoors activity…it’s not all sea and sand!

Or get away from the coast and visit Ronda, with it’s deep ravine, famous bull ring and superb restaurants and cafes tucked away in the narrow streets. It is also a great place to stay, with some excellent hotels and is only half an hour or so from the coast.

The eastern part of the Costa del Sol is less developed and it‘s main town is Nerja, a great place for a quieter stay with good hotels, lovely beaches and lots of restaurants as well as a friendly local feel to the area. 

You will find there is every conceivable cuisine on offer, in beach bars, little pavement cafes and world class restaurants - from Spanish and Andalusian to Italian, Indian, Chinese, British and German plus lots more, one thing is certain, you will not go hungry!

The Costa del Sol offers a myriad of different holidays, have a look around, find the perfect location and accommodation, then you will have a holiday to really remember!



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Estepona

Estepona, situated on the western part of the Costa del Sol, has managed to retain lots of it’s Spanish charm and background, whilst maintaining high standards in accommodation and facilities. Of all the towns and villages on the Costa del Sol, Estepona is probably the closest to the real Spain you will find. It has a great seafront promenade, beautiful beaches, great restaurants, plenty of choice in hotels for all budgets and is close to areas such as Marbella, Tarifa and Seville and you can even take a trip to Africa if you wish. Estepona is about an hour from Malaga airport and with inexpensive car hire, it is perhaps best to hire a car for flexibility when you are there as well as providing transfers.

There are many beaches to be enjoyed in the Estepona area, with great sand, warm water and lovely swimming and water sports, here are just a few.  Playa Galera is bounded by two headlands, a quiet beach with a beach bar and a pleasant promenade. 
Playa el Padron is popular, with a large car park and two beach bars. Here you will find Laguna Village, a small Balinese-style shopping centre with fashion and home furnishings shops.  There are plenty of restaurants to choose from as well as a beach club with pool, loungers and a DJ in the evenings. 
In the centre of Estepona is the most popular beach, La Rada. Backed by the promenade for nearly three kilometres, there are numerous bars and restaurants with good menus of paella and fresh sardines plus international dishes. The Marina and lighthouse are at one end of this beach. 

When it comes to eating, you could book an all inclusive holiday hotel in Estepona so you have all your meals and drinks paid for, a great help to budgeting, or you could just book bed and breakfast and enjoy seeking out the best places to eat.  You are sure to find a favourite! Here are just a few ideas.
Las Palmeras Club is close to the shore so you can enjoy the waves and the cooling breeze while you pick from the buffet with a great selection of fish, shellfish and desserts all in a lovely garden setting. 
Palm Beach is a relaxed beach bar with an international menu where you can enjoy your drink on the sun beds, watch the sun set over Gibraltar and Africa and in the evenings dance the night away on the beach. The bar shows most major sporting events on TV.

If you are here for the golf, Estepona Golf is close by, an 18 hole course, which is a more natural course than some of the other more famous courses. There are many more in the area, all welcome visitors and have good hire facilities. 

Travelling with the family?  Estepona has lots for the children, activities are often organized around the resort with beach tennis, beach trampolines and a children's playground in the port. In the centre of the Estepona Boulevard there is a large children play area by the beach and there are small playgrounds on the beach as well.
Playa Cristo bay, behind the port, is the best swimming beach for children as the water is shallow for some way out. 
Looking for a few things to do and maybe a change for the kids from the beach?  Try Bioparc Fuengirola - the visitor and animal-friendly zoo, about 45 minutes away . It’s designed as a tropical forest, spot the crocodiles on the sandy shores, Sumatra tigers bathing, lemurs playing around and even bats in a cave!  There are Gorillas, Sumatran Tigers, Orangutans, Hippopotamus and Tapirs as well as many others to see in very natural surroundings.   Even more for the kids with a large play area and a small farm.  Great for anyone with disabilities as the Bioparc grounds are mostly flat.
Tivoli World is about an hour away with shows, lots of bars and restaurants, live entertainment, open-air theatre, and many different activities.
Sea Life is a large sea aquarium in Benalmadena marina with thousands of fish species going from starfish to sharks and turtles.

Selwo Safari Park Estepona is an attractive zoo in natural surroundings with more than 2000 different animals, which can freely move around  in their natural surroundings. Both adults and children have the feeling of being on "safari". A guide will lead you through the park where you will recognize lions, bears, elephants, giraffes and rhinoceros too.

If you are looking for all the amenities and fun of the Costa del Sol, with a little less rush and bustle than the major resorts as well as a great base for some wonderful days out, Estepona is indeed the ideal location for your sunshine holiday!



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Fuengirola

Fuengirola – one of the most popular resorts on the Costa del Sol and it is only 25 kilometres from Malaga Airport.  With more than it’s fair share of tapas bars and quality restaurants, as well as interesting boutiques and shops, with the added bonus of the beautiful sandy beaches and warm climate, make Fuengirola the perfect holiday destination. The main square and the little narrow streets leading from the square are an opportunity for a good walk around.  But the main attraction has to be the beaches, all seven kilometres of them.  Beautiful, sandy beaches with all the services you might need.  This is a built up resort, but that means anything you might need, from a hairdresser to easy shopping for the family is on hand and with easy access. 

All kinds of water sport and seaside fun such as water-skiing, pedal boats, jet-skis and more for the whole family is here on the beaches and the paseo behind, with front line hotels and apartments to choose from as well as great bars and restaurants. In high season you can easily hire beach beds and a parasol.  Or you might go for an all inclusive hotel with a great swimming pool and get your tan there !  If you are on a budget, this option can be economical too.

Fuengirola boasts an excellent variety of hotels for all types of holidays from five-star deluxe luxury to family-run hotels, self catering apartments and all inclusive hotels. Many of the hotels are on the beachfront, so not too far to go to find the sea!  Many hotel rooms in Fuengirola have a balcony with sea view, most hotels have their own swimming pool and often a pool for children, with live entertainment and activity clubs.  Hotels usually have at least one restaurant, a café serving drinks and snacks and a bar. 

The beach bars and restaurants all have very varied menus, with fresh fish and seafood well represented but if you are looking for fish and chips or a pizza, no problem, they are very easily found as well.  Most cater for the younger visitor, too with good children’s menus.  Or there is always McDonalds to reassure the teenagers!  You will also find small stalls along the seafront for beach toys, books, drinks and snacks.  If you are self-catering, there are plenty of supermarkets to stock up on the essentials.

Looking for a few things to do and maybe a change for the kids from the beach?  Try Bioparc Fuengirola - the visitor and animal-friendly zoo. It’s designed as a tropical forest, spot the crocodiles on the sandy shores, Sumatra tigers bathing, lemurs playing around and even bats in a cave!  There are Gorillas, Sumatran Tigers, Orangutans, Hippopotamus and Tapirs as well as many others to see in very natural surroundings.   Even more for the kids with a large play area and a small farm.  Great for anyone with disabilities as the Bioparc grounds are mostly flat. 

Or visit the port, a very popular area for outdoor eating with terrace restaurants and bars offering night life.  Watch local fishermen bring in fresh fish every day for the market. The other side of the port is the marina, there are many offerings of pleasure trips, boat charters, fishing trips and boat hire.  You may well see dolphins alongside your boat.

Still looking for a bit more to do?  Visit the ‘white village’ of Mijas, stroll around the cobbled streets, or spend a day away in the mountains in Ronda, with it’s famous gorge, little streets, well known bull ring and fabulous restaurants.  It’s only an hour and a half away, but a world away from life on the beach.  
Of course, you might just roll down the coast and find a different beach for the day, try Marbella and Puerto Banus to mix with the beautiful people!

Fuengirola is the perfect resort for a really happy holiday, ideal for the family and out of season, great for a winter break too.



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MALAGA

Malaga…even the name seems to evoke the Spanish sun, warm evenings spent outdoors with friends and family and the exciting night life of a big city.  Malaga is a great destination for those who want plenty to do, it is the fifth largest Spanish city and has lots to be explored. It has a great climate, and makes an excellent winter destination too.

With a history of nearly 3000 years, the centre of the city shows the marks left by various rulers from the Phoenician, Roman, Arabic and Christian eras.  The famous painter and sculptor Pablo Picasso and actor Antonio Banderas were born in Málaga.

With a major international airport just a few kilometres away, it’s easy to get here. There is plenty of hotel choice, once settled into one of the high class hotels, or a smaller establishment for a less expensive stay, you are ready to go. Walking might be the best way to go, beaches and museums are within reach, and you can really enjoy the sights. Taxis are reasonably cheap, or if you plan a few days out of the city, maybe inexpensive car hire from the airport or your hotel would be best. 

The major tourist sights are so many, this is just a small idea of what you will find.  Pablo Picasso’s house is now the Picasso Foundation and Museum with fabulous pieces of his work. Alcazaba Fortress, built in 1040 on the highest point of the hill, it is very well preserved with great views. The Roman Theatre is close by the Alcazaba.
The Cathedral is still unfinished as the main façade and south tower have yet to be completed. With wonderful sculptures and rare architecture, the cathedral has its own museum.
Plaza de la Merced is a large plaza,  full of restaurants and cafes but the main attraction is Picasso's birthplace.  Jardines de Pedro Luis Alonso is one of the historical gardens and is well worth a visit. 
The Plaza de Toros or Bullring in Malaga was built in 1874 and is right in the centre of the city.
The CAC Malaga exhibits contemporary art mainly from Europe.
Malaga Interactive Music Museum is one of the best private collections of musical instruments and is a great interactive museum. 

Enough culture?  The Playa de La Malagueta beach is popular beach with both locals and visitors, it is close to the city centre and offers lots of choice in cafes, bars and restaurants.

Golf is very well catered for here, there are courses with hotels and self catering units attached and great club houses too.

There is a diverse nightlife in Malaga, which is ideal for a quiet drink with a great view as well as being a trendy city with nightclubs and bars which are amongst the best in Spain. Or take the brief trip to Marbella, well known for its exclusive nightlife. Don’t expect clubs to be busy before midnight and stay open till around 6am - plenty of venues, including Spanish bars, dance and techno clubs, R&B nights, jazz and reggae bars. 

Shopping in Malaga offers modern, trendy shopping centres, with fashion names and traditional Spanish goods. El Corte Ingles is a multi-storey store with fashionable clothes, perfumes and  shoes as well as furniture and food.
Marqués de Larios is popular for Spanish fashion and most international retailers are here on the stylish street.  

Still looking for a bit more?  A day away in the mountains in Ronda, with it’s famous gorge, little back streets, well known bull ring and fabulous restaurants is the answer.  It’s about an hour and a half’s drive, but a world away from the city streets.
Want a bit of Britain?  Go to Gibraltar, a great day trip, even British Bobbies, see the Rock, walk inside and visit the gun emplacements, but don’t feed the apes!!  Or further afield, take the boat to Tangier in Morocco and have a full day in Africa! Rather different to Spain, really interesting and such a different culture. Also a bit further, you can get to Cordoba or Seville. Lots of choice if you are looking to explore. 

A city choice, Malaga, but with a huge array of exciting opportunities both close by and further afield make it an ideal destination, just leave time to see Malaga itself!



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Marbella

In the middle of the Costa del Sol, Marbella is a fashionable holiday resort, popular with the famous.  There’s an everlasting choice of top-class restaurants, luxury hotels, spectacular golf courses, fashionable shops, a charming marina and dynamic clubs and bars running until the sun’s up.  Not too far from Malaga airport, getting here could not be easier. Many of the attractions are in walking distance or a brief taxi ride, but if you plan some exploring as well, maybe car hire from the airport and then your transfers are sorted too. The N340 coastal motorway goes all along the Costa del Sol, so it’s easy to get around.

Marbella beaches are numerous, great for the family or to chill out after a night’s partying, or relax with a Sangria or cocktail!  Most have a local beach bar as well as restaurants and bars behind the beach.  Marbella is the perfect place for water sports, from renting yachts to scuba diving and water parks.
 
Marbella is world famous for exciting nightlife, high quality restaurants, upmarket clubs and bars. Pay a visit to one of the clubs on the glamorous Golden Mile or sample some fine menus and then dance the night away.  Looking for the  clubbing scene with top Djs - go to Puerto Banus by the marina.  Also a great location to eat and watch the Ferraris, Bentleys and Porsche roll past. There is every possible menu on offer, Spanish of course, all the European favourites as well as eastern and far east cuisine.  Choose carefully and you might be surprised at how little a good quality meal can cost, just a step away from the main streets you will find excellent places at sensible prices!  Budget not so tight and looking for a steak?  There are two well known  Argentinean restaurants in Puerto Banus  - Tango and El Gacho -  not easy to choose between them!

Marbella is a perfect destination for your Stag or Hen party, go straight to one of the bars or clubs that offer a fantastic night out for these parties. There’s lots to do in the day too, maybe canyoning in the mountains for the guys and for the girls could you enjoy hours of pampering?  

Golf - there are about sixty golf courses in the area and you can play all year round as the climate is so good.  With famous courses including Valderrama and La Quinta, Marbella hosts many famous players. These courses are built in beautiful locations and welcome visitors.

Accommodation - whatever you are looking for, from boutique bed & breakfasts in Marbella old town, local hotels for those on a budget to luxury five star hotels with every facility for high rollers - you will find it all here.
Just as a taster, Hotel Puente Romano is a fabulous beachfront property built as an Andalucian village in subtropical gardens with fountains and waterfalls.

Still looking for a bit more to do?  Visit the ‘white village’ of Mijas, stroll around the cobbled streets, or a day away in the mountains in Ronda, with it’s famous gorge, little back streets, well known bull ring and fabulous restaurants.  It’s only  an hour away, but a world away from the Marbella sea front.
Want a bit of Britain?  Go to Gibraltar, a great day trip, even British Bobbies, see the Rock, walk inside and visit the gun emplacements, but don’t feed the apes!!  Or further afield, take the boat to Tangier in Morocco and have a full day in Africa! Rather different to Spain, really interesting and such a different culture. Also a bit further, you can get to Cordoba or Seville. Lots of choice if you are looking to explore the area.  Of course, you might just roll down the coast and find a different beach for the day, try San Pedro or Estepona or seek out a quiet little cove, away from the crowd. 

Marbella, even the name conjures up visions of sunny beaches, top class hotels, vibrant nightlife and wonderful food all set in the surroundings of southern Spain. A must visit location, you will want to return again and again!



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MIJAS

Mijas town nestles in the mountains of the Costa del Sol just about half an hour from Malaga airport.  Just a few kilometres away is the coast and Mijas Costa.  This is a coastline of around twelve kilometres with a number of major resorts including Calahonda and its large Hotel developments.  The beach life is wonderful, with sandy beaches and the warm, blue Mediterranean sea. The beach offers water sports from jet skis, waterskiing, surfboarding, windsurfing, paragliding and many others. 

However, if you decide you are looking for a base for some exploring around this area of Spain, within easy reach of the sea, then Mijas town is perfect.  Although just a twenty minute drive from the coast, the village of Mijas retains many Andalucian traditions and customs. 

La Cala de Mijas is the centre of Mijas Costa and there are plenty of facilities including a health centre, post office, shops and some excellent bars, cafes and restaurants as well as a well attended market. 
Saturday nights in July and August sees the promenade come alive with music and Flamenco dancing under the shadow of the 16th Century watchtower of Torre Vieja. 
There is ample choice of accommodation, including top quality Hotels, all inclusive offerings to small boutique Hotels with individual atmospheres. There are studio apartments and large villas to rent. The main centres have commercial centres, supermarkets, golf course, sports centres, bars and restaurants for your every holiday need.  

Away from the resort areas of the coast, the beautiful village of Mijas, is a joy to explore. Wander through the narrow cobbled streets of this Andalucian village, There are local artists displaying their work in the streets and the town has managed to keep most of it’s traditional way of life.  The craft shops have hand made pottery and affordable paintings and prints by well known local artists. 

This area is a must for the golfer who will have the best courses to chose from and the excellent all-year round climate.  You will never be very far from a top quality course.  Mijas Golf Internacional was the first course here and is well regarded as well as Los Olivos and Los Lagos. All welcome visitors and have excellent hire facilities as well as some courses which have good quality hotels on the course.

There are many opportunities for getting out and seeing the local area in Mijas, here are just a few of the places you might like to visit.
The Church of the Immaculate Conception is a village church from the 16th Century with a Moorish tower as the church bell tower. Look for the frescos on the walls.
On the Paseo 'El Compas' there is a shrine to the Virgen de la Peña, the Patron Saint of Mijas which is set into the rock. 
San Sebastian Church is a very popular photo opportunity both for the church itself as well as the beautiful surroundings. 
Right in the middle of the old town, is the Shine of our Lady of Los Remedios. This 17th Century building has a simple attraction as part of village life. 
As you approach the village, on the side of the mountain is a small white building - the Shrine of Calvario. The shine is not open very often but many walk up through the trees for the view of the wonderful coastline and the expanse of the sea. 
At the top of the village are some wonderful gardens, with walls of the ancient village still visible.  There are great views from this point as well. 
The Municipal Auditorium is in the middle of gardens and is an open air theatre offering a number of cultural events, including the August Theatre Festival. 

Mijas village offers a really relaxing holiday destination with lots to do and see, quality accommodation, superb food and with the proximity of the coast, an ideal place to enjoy your Spanish holiday in the sun. 



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The Spanish Coast offers something for every type of holiday adventure

Offering so much to see and do, coastal resorts offer hotels from which you can explore inland villages and traditional towns to vibrant Spanish cities. Sun-kissed and dry with glittering blue seas and golden beaches; Spain has long been a legendary holiday destination. Whether you’re looking for a late break in a relaxing resort, fun-filled adventure in a lively Spanish town or a family holiday with something for everyone; QuickRooms.com can find you the perfect place to stay.

From bustling beach resorts to quaint coastal towns, the Spanish Coast can satisfy every holiday pleasure. Enjoy the golden beaches of Costa Blanca, the cosmopolitan atmosphere of Costa Del Sol or the lively bars and nightlife of Costa Brava.



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Torremolinos

Situated in the middle of the Costa del Sol with wonderful weather, loads of choices for accommodation and so many things to do, Torremolinos is a great family holiday destination for sun, beaches, brilliant food and an easy holiday with no problems!  Just ten kilometres from Malaga airport and with easy access to the rest of the Costa del Sol, it is busy in high season, with a bustling, holiday feel and it is a built up resort. But that all means very short transfer times, lots of good hotels with pools and facilities, easy meals for all the family and great beaches for that all important tan.  Out of season it is the perfect destination as well, still plenty to do and all in the warm Spanish winter.

With a seven kilometre promenade, there are six main beaches in Torremolinos, Los Alamos, Playamar, Bajondillo, La Carihuela, Montemar and El Saltillo.
La Carihuela offers most facilities including stores, restaurants,  showers, sunbeds and lots of beach bars, it is in the old fishing area with fine sands. 
Bajondillo is close to the centre, and offers watersports, beach bars and hotels.  This is a classic Mediterranean beach, the most central in Torremolinos, running from Playamar to Puerto Blanco. It has a castle, many restaurants and gardens. 
Montemar offers a small quieter beach with showers, water bikes, canoe rentals and the local beach bars - chiringuitos.  The walls of the Puerto Deportivo keep the waters calm, ideal for the sea canoeists. Great for a peaceful swim with soft sands and clean warm water.

There is more than enough accommodation to make an excellent choice, sea front hotels with pools, kids clubs and all inclusive deals, quiet little hotels away from the front to be a base for exploring, top class luxury with all you could need as well as self catering and rental properties that allow you the freedom to do as you wish.  Perfect for the family break, budget or not!

For the family there is a Water Park near by and lots to keep the kids busy with the beach, aquariums and zoos. Aqualand Torremolinos lets them meet the sealions and even get a picture with them. 

Golf - there are around sixty golf courses in this area and you can play all year round as the climate is excellent. With famous courses including Valderrama and La Quinta, the Costa del Sol hosts many well known players. These courses are built in superb locations and welcome visitors.

Looking for a day away from the beach, maybe?  Top of the list is Malaga, with Picasso’s museum and gallery plus many other historical and artistic offerings.  Or a day with the beautiful people and their yachts in Marbella or Puerto Banus, great for people watching and spending money! 
Visit the ‘white village’ of Mijas, stroll around the cobbled streets, or a day away in the mountains in Ronda, with it’s famous gorge, little back streets, well known bull ring and fabulous restaurants.  It’s only an hour or so away, but a world away from the sea front.
Want a bit of Britain?  Go to Gibraltar, a great day trip, see the Rock, walk inside and visit the gun emplacements, but don’t try to feed the apes!!  Or further afield, take the boat to Tangier in Morocco and have a full day in Africa! Rather different to Spain, such a different culture. Or you could just roll down the coast and find a different beach for the day, seek out a quiet little cove, away from the crowd. 

A great seaside holiday destination, lots of choice, good value and all in the warm Spanish sun!



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