The Costa del Sol may be famed for its beaches and year round sunshine but it is also one of the best spots in Europe when it comes to spas and wellness centres. Spending a few hours at a spa is a lovely way to unwind and completely relax when you are on holiday. Here are our pick of the top five spas on the Costa del Sol.
All the way up and down the Costa del Sol, each seaside resort offers its own type of weekly market. Bargains are to be had, whether in the form of fresh fruit and vegetables or fish, clothing and knickknacks, as well as the fun of browsing the second-hand flea markets. You’ll find that the various towns have coordinated reasonably well, meaning that every day of the week there is fun, shopping or just browsing to be had.
There is an amazing array of things to see and do on the Costa del Sol, running along the Mediterranean coast of southern Spain. In this article are just some examples of the attractions available between the city of Málaga and the seaside town of Estepona. In each case, a little wildlife is involved, and this doesn’t mean the nightlife.
Welcome to the first blog post in our new Beach Comber series. Each week we will be giving you a run down of the best beaches in a selected country or region. This week the focus is on sunny Spain and the top five beaches to visit there. Our Beach Comber articles will be published every Monday at — so keep your eyes peeled for the next one…