Costa del Sol

Spain
Did you know that the sun shines here around 260 days a year? Add a fantastic offer of golf clubs, delicious good food, vibrant culture and breathtaking views to it and you will quickly understand why Costa del Sol is continuously chosen the number one golf holiday destination. After an exciting game, you can decide if you want to take a walk through the charming streets of Malaga’s old town or soak up the sun on one of the sunny beaches. Whatever your preference, you are sure to have the time of your life while playing your favourite sport.

Costa del Sol Golf Highlights

37
Golf courses
260
Sunny days
EUR 3.56
Beer (pint)
EUR 0.82
Taxi 1 km

Things to Do in Costa del Sol

Food & Drinks

Costa del Sol offers a fantastic combination of the best Spanish, Jewish and Arabic dishes. One of the highlights of the cuisine in this area is fresh seafood but you should also try the famous Gazpacho, Churros and Tapas.

Make sure you visit Chiringuitos, typical beach restaurants that offer delicious fried fish and espetos de sardinas (sardine skewers). They are the quintessence of Andalusian cuisine and a local delicacy.

Those who are looking for innovation and a bit of avant-garde won’t be disappointed – eight restaurants in Costa del Sol have been awarded Michelin Starts for their excellence.

Beaches

Ideal for all sun worshippers and a perfect place to relax after a challenging game. A year-round warm climate, gorgeous beaches and great restaurants are what make the coastline of Costa del Sol so unique. Some of the best beaches in Costa del Sol are Playa de Burriana (Burriana Beach), Playa Malapesquera (Malapesquera Beach) and Playa de Cabopino (Cabopino Beach).

Enjoy the warm sand under your feet and listen to the calming sounds of the sea while you are planning your next game of golf. You will be surprised what a difference it makes.

Activities

Unforgettable golf experience is not the only reason why you will love your holiday at Costa del Sol. This region offers a very vibrant cultural life throughout the year. Celebrations of the Carnival is something you don’t want to miss. Expect colorful costumes, street parades, lots of music and plenty of drinking and dancing.

Numerous festivals in the summer months provide entertainment for cinema, music and food enthusiasts. Make sure you visit Malaga during Málaga Feria in August to admire fireworks and flamenco shows. If you visit in September or October, festivals in Fuengirola and Nerja are must-sees.