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Balmy evenings on the Costa del Sol © Michelle Chaplow
Balmy evenings on the Costa del Sol © Michelle Chaplow

the costa del sol

The Costa del Sol is the coastline of Málaga province, stretching 150km it is one of Spain's most popular tourist destinations. The area's sunny climate is the main attraction. The coast comprises of a number of popular destinations.

Destinations are listed from West to East

malaga city

Don’t miss Malaga City, which has reinvented itself in recent years as a cultural and gastronomic centre. It has an unparalleled offering of museums, including the Picasso Museum, a buzzing contemporary arts scene, and top-class tapas bars and restaurants.

How to get there?

The main gateway to the Costa del Sol is  Malaga - Costa del Sol Airport (AGP)  located 5 km west of Malaga city centre. The A-7 coast road, and the AP-7 toll motorway are the principal means of communication between the airport and the resort towns of the Costa del Sol. Malaga Maria Zambrano Railway station located in Malaga city centre provides high speed train services from Madrid and Barcelona. Gibraltar airport (GIB) is located 100km west of Malaga and provides a second gateway to the western part of the Costa del Sol.  The Costa del Sol has a motorway connections inland; the A-45 from Malaga to Antequera provides an essential link to the A-92 Seville-Granada motorway and north to Madrid. The scenic A-376 road from San Pedro de Alcantara winds up to the historic town of Ronda.

Map of the 8 Provinces and the Coastsof Andaluia


Map of the 8 Provinces and the Coastsof Andaluia

Map of Malaga Province and the Costa del Sol

Map of Malaga Province and the Costa del Sol
Map of Malaga Province and the Costa del Sol

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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