Why come to the Costa del Sol in 2015
Spain in general has to be one of the most fascinating places in Europe. With its plethora of fantastic beaches, nightlife and tourist attractions as well as amazing history ranging from the Romans to the Moors to the Catholic kings, everyone has left their legacy.
From historic buildings in Granada, Cordoba and Madrid to ancient university cities such as Salamanca, the pilgrim journey of the Camino de Santiago there is something to explore for every different taste.
Starting with the Costa del Sol, there has never been a better time to come and enjoy this beautiful place.
The Costa del Sol enjoys over 300 days of sunshine per year, even in winter average temperatures during the day are between 18 and 25 degrees. This together with a fabulous infrastructure, makes it a holiday makers paradise, golfers heaven and beach lovers utopia.
The infrastructure is second to none. Friendly English speaking staff at almost all of the shops and restaurants, a love the life attitude from the people this is the only place to be in 2015.
The variety of restaurants is huge, whether one prefers the local fish restaurants and chiringuitos on the beach where fried fish, fresh salads and Gazpacho – cold garlic and tomato soup – or the very elegant fusion restaurants emerging around the beautiful beach clubs such as Camui in Puro beach there is something to suit everyone’s taste.
Take a walk around the old town in Marbella and see the famous Orange Square, explore the small streets with their variety of quirky designer shops and roads beautifully cascading bougainvillea trees.
For the nightlife and glamour lovers the Costa del Sol entertains may celebrities, many of whom have homes here such and Antonio Banderas! The summer hosts an infinite live music and chill out vibes in places like Nikki Beach and the Ocean club and of course the famous Olivia Valere.
For nature lovers take a day out and visit quaint towns such as Ojen and Monda then take a walk up the famous La Concha Mountain which overlooks Marbella and has a lovely walk through the woods- a complete difference from the coast.
Markets abound on the Costa del Sol with everything from car boot sales in Benahavis on Sundays to the typical street markets in Marbella on Monday and Estepona on Sunday and Friday. There are literally markets every day of the week along the coast where one can enjoy the local colour and pick up some bargains at the same time.
The Costa del Sol is sometimes called the Costa del Golf, due to its many golf courses. From La Cala to La Quinta, there are a huge choice and infrastructure to choose from and what’s more the perfect weather for golfers.
All in all whatever your taste is holiday or even a home in the sun, the Costa del Sol has choice and variety to suit everyone. Come and enjoy in 2015.