Like golf? Like wine? If the answer is ‘Yes!’ to one or both of those questions, you will love ‘Golf y Vinos’, a wine shop with a difference located on Mijas Costa, Spain.
Torreblanca is a great place to stay on the Costa del Sol. Easily accessible by train from Malaga Airport and within easy reach of a great stretch of sandy beach, it’s the perfect place to relax in the sunshine. There is also an array of great places to eat in Torreblanca, tucked away down its narrow streets, or along the seafront promenade. You can find every kind of cuisine you could ever wish for. Here is out pick of the restaurants in Torreblanca.
More people than ever before are choosing to become vegan. The vegan diet means avoiding meat and any animal products including dairy products, animal fats and eggs. The plant-based diet is thought to have great health benefits. If you are a vegan, travelling abroad can be problematic as many restaurants do not cater for a vegan diet. However, the Costa del Sol is starting to get a good choice of restaurants that offer vegan cuisine. Here is our pick of the best…
If following a healthy lifestyle is something you like to do, even when on holiday, it can be daunting knowing whether you will be able to get all the healthy foods you enjoy while you are away.
Luckily, the Costa del Sol has some great places to grab healthy food and drink. Here are a few of our suggestions:
The Best Juice Bars in Marbella
A refreshing juice or smoothie makes for a delicious breakfast, or a healthy treat. When it’s enjoyed in the Spanish sunshine it’s even better. Marbella has a great choice of juice bars, but here are our favourites.
Fuengirola’s Best Vegetarian Restaurants
Whether you are a vegetarian, or you simply love dining on healthy fruit and veggies, there are a great selection of vegetarian restaurants in Fuengirola that can be enjoyed by all.
Bionature Organic Food Store
If you like to buy fresh, organic produce Bionatura Organic Store in Marbella or Fuengirola is the place to go. Most of the fruit and veg in the store is grown locally in the owner’s garden; you won’t get fresher than that!
For a relatively small village, Mijas has a huge amount of places to eat. Everywhere you turn down those narrow, cobbled streets you will find bodegas, tapas bars. pizza restaurants and more. As a new visitor to Mijas it can be quite mesmerising knowing where to eat. There is a real gem of a restaurant on Calle San Sebastian, just 2 minutes stroll from the main Plaza de Consitucion in Mijas that is well worth a visit.