Spanish Costas

Spanish Costas

Spanish Costas

The Spanish Costas offer up to 300 days of sunshine a year whether you choose the sandy beaches of the Costa Blanca or the popular resort of the Costa Del Sol. The Costas have something for everyone, from  bustling towns to traditional fishing villages and long stretches of welcoming, golden coastline.

Torremolinos, Costa del Sol

The fun centre of the Costa del Sol, Torremolinos revels in its reputation for sandy beaches and appeals to young and old fun lovers.

Fuengirola, Costa del Sol

Still a busy fishing port, Fuengirola has developed over the years into a lively resort. Perched between the sea and a rugged mountain range, the popular weekly market is one of the largest on the coast.

Marbella, Costa del Sol

Marbella is the most charismatic resort in the Costa del Sol. As well as the beachside activity, Marbella has a traditional old town with white washed alleyways and a selection of bars, restaurants and boutique hotels.

Benalmádena, Costa del Sol

This resort centres around a large marina. It has popular aquariums and just inland is Tivoli World, the Costa del Sol’s leading amusement park.

Puerto Banus, Costa del Sol

Puerto Banus is one of the most exclusive resorts in the Costa del Sol, with the focal point being its stunning marina. The port offers visitors a wide selection of bars and restaurants as well as designer boutiques. The beaches are clean with golden sands and a selection of beach clubs.

Benidorm, Costa Blanca

Popular for its great climate with warm winters and hot summers. The glorious main two beaches, Poniente and Levante, are still the main attractions of Benidorm with their selection of restaurants and places of entertainment. The old town still captures an air of traditional Spanish charm with narrow streets, whitewashed buildings and tapas bars.

Inland Costa Blanca

Those who love hiking are sure to enjoy the well-signed paths that run through the inland districts of this mountainous
 province. Experience a surprising variety of landscapes, from rolling valleys, wooded hills and clifftop bell towers such as the one in Gudalest. Not to mention stunning views across the Mediterranean.


Due to their popularity as tourist resorts since the 1960s you can find food from all corners of the globe in the Spanish Costas. Traditional cuisine is still widely available however, with Spanish flavours and the fruits of the sea  taking centre stage. Expect to find paella made from  incredibly fresh seafood on practically every menu, as well as prawns, squid and a changeable catch of the day. To supplement this you'll find fresh salads, tasty meat dishes and sumptuous vegetable soups. Malaga in particular is famous for it's refreshing, ice-cold Gazpacho soup. Try Gambas al Pil Pil (an Andalusian speciality of prawns prepared with garlic, parsley & paprika) or Arroz a banda (Costa Blanca's rival to paella - fish, peppers, rice & garlic).


A shared shuttle service is included in the price, which means you will stop at a number of properties en route to your hotel. Alternatively opt for our shared standard transfer for a slightly more direct route to your accomodation or a private transfer service which will meet you at the airport and take you comfortably and swiftly to you hotel.


Currency: Euro (€)
Language: Spanish & English
Visas: Not required for EU nationals
Time Zone: GMT + 1 hr
Flying Time: 3 to 3½ hrs
Electricity: 230V 


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