Puerto Banús, one of the main tourist areas, is the world famous port, home to beach clubs, super yachts moored in the marina, bars, clubs and designer boutiques. On hand for a quieter contrast, is the historic and picturesque old town. With ancient architecture and maze of narrow cobbled streets full of boutique shops, art galleries, bars and restaurants, this area is perfect for couples and families.
Marbella is, without a doubt one of the Costa del Sol’s major tourist destinations, thanks to the high quality of facilities and services it provides. Marbella is also a paradise for golf lovers. A dozen magnificent courses allow the golfer to play the sport before the unusual backdrop provided by the sea and the mountains.
At the western end of Malaga´s Costa del Sol, Sotogrande is one of the most luxurious sports and residential developments in Europe. It encompasses all the amenities you could imagine to complement the polo, golf, beach clubs, world class marina and incredible bars and restaurants which makes this area a unique experience for residents and visitors alike.
Mijas is a perfect location for those wanting to explore an authentic side of Spain. Its traditional status as a mountain village has been combined harmoniously with a major tourist complex located in the coastal enclave of La Cala, where there are 12 kilometres of beaches. Las Lagunas is the most innovative side of Mijas, golf courses and other sports and cultural facilities are just a few of the many services this district provides.
A city with a rich Andalusian flavour, located between Torremolinos and Marbella, Fuengirola is one of the most popular holiday destinations on the Costa del Sol and a great holiday choice for families and children. Offering an extensive 8km stretch of coastline, so by day unwind on one of the magnificent beaches, or visit the golf courses and leisure parks, and by night visit one of its many restaurants to sample the local cuisine.