The Costa del Sol is Spain’s undisputed tourist hotspot. Its magical combination of blue sea, miles of beaches and reliably sunny weather keeps visitors returning to the region time and time again. Yet look beyond the surf and sand, and this part of Andalucia is home to a rich history, pretty white villages and stunning monuments.
Enjoy a world where 300+ days annual sunshine meets unparalleled resort amenities, where lush tropical gardens and panoramic views of the Mediterranean blend seamlessly together. Welcome to Club La Costa World.
Bask in all we have: 21 pools, an imaginative dining scene, nightly entertainment, the best kid’s club on the coast, a mini market…you can even hitch a ride on our resort road train. And that’s not all. Our resorts have best-in-class self-catering accommodation equipped with big name appliances and the friendliest of staff – in fact everything you would expect…with a little bit more.
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This beautiful holiday destination bathes in 300 days of sunshine a year!
Average flight time
Average flight time from the UK to Malaga Costa del Sol airport is 2.5hrs.
Costa del Sol is best for...
Costa del Sol holidays are great for groups of friends, family summer holidays and couples.
It’s the numerous European Blue Flags, recognising high standards of water and sand hygiene, which make the sun-kissed beaches on the Costa del Sol a magnet for so many. With sand between your toes, feel the Mediterranean breeze at a Chiringuito (beach bar) where you can enjoy delicious paellas, grilled sardines and other flavourful Spanish dishes in a casual seafront setting.
The food on the Costa del Sol is widely regarded as being as fresh and tasty as it gets in Spain. Foodies will be in gastronomic heaven thanks to an interesting selection of national and international cuisine to please every palate.
Eat like a local? Tapas are a must; they are the perfect dish to try new flavours and to explore the variety and quality of the regional cuisine. Simple or sophisticated, traditional or innovative, the Tapas concept is infused Spanish eating at its most delicious. Just remember a cool pitcher of Sangria to wash it all down.
Discover more in Andalucia. From the glitzy playground of Marbella to the gastronomic and cultural delight of Malaga city. Take to the pistes for a morning ski run at Pradollano in the Sierra Nevada mountain range and by afternoon you can be back down on the coast relaxing by the pool. The area is also a springboard to uncover many picturesque old towns and white-walled villages with orange tree-filled plaza’s and narrow cobbled streets.
The language spoken on the Costa del Sol is Spanish.
The currency used on the Costa del Sol is the Euro (€).
The Costa del Sol is 1 hour ahead of the UK.
Malaga Costa del Sol (AGP) is the main airport for the region.
For further information visit www.visitcostadelsol.com
Visit www.gov.uk/foreign-travel-advice/spain for advice.