Tucked between the Sierra Blanca mountain range and the Mediterranean Sea is an area of Spain known as Costa del Sol. This is the heart of the Province of Málaga, which is comprised of nine regions and more than 100 cities and communities. From the Málaga International Airport, your drive to Costa del Sol is only about 20 miles.
What to do in Costa del Sol? A wide variety of possibilites await you. Those looking for culture will take in the theater, galleries, fairs and fiestas. If shopping is your “bag,” numerous travel groups offer excursions to Gibraltar; Tangier, Morocco; and other locations. Stretch your legs and get some exercise on the golf courses; Costa del Sol boasts the hightest concentration of golf courses–70, according to one source–in continental Europe.
If you’d rather lace up your shoes and run, participate in one of regular charity or long-distance runs held in Ronda and Málaga. Up for a real challenge? Go climbing, off-roading (by bike or motor vehicle), canyon trekking, horseback riding, paragliding, and more.
Where to stay in Costa del Sol
There are many fine establishments throughout Costa del Sol. One to consider is Club Calahonda. Midway between Marbella and Fuengirola along the coast, Club Calahonda offers wide range of leisure facilities for everyone including swimming pools, a fitness area, a sauna and more. Escape in the abundant onsite gardens, or relax on the rooftop terrace.
As a member, you’d have the chance to treat your family to a 2-bedroom unit Feb. 14-21, 2015, for just $600. That’s right: $600 to rent a 2-bedroom unit along Costa del Sol. Your unit comes equipped with a full kitchen, satellite TV and other amenities to make you feel right at home. Great deals pop up all the time. Contact me for the latest specials.
Not able to pull away the week of Feb. 14-21, 2015? You can request a 1-bedroom unit at Club Calahonda year-round for just $699.
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