Coast Del Sol or also known as ‘Coast of the Sun’ is situated at the south of Spain city, Andalusia. It consists of coastal towns and many communities along the coastline of Malaga Province. It is located between Costa Tropical and Costa de la Luz. It used to be a fishing settlement in past and now it has become a famous tourist spot.
Malaga City is included in it along with many other towns such as San Pedro de Alcantara, Estepona, Manilva, Casares, Benalmadena, Torremolinos, Rincon de la Victoria, Nerja, Torrox, Velez- Malaga and Frigiliana. It lies between cliffs of Maro will Putno Chullera at west. The Place was ruled by many dynasties and cultures such as Vandals, Greeks, Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Roman, Visigoths and Moors back in Bronze Age. By the time of 1950s, the area was developed and renovated for its great demand of tourism. The most popular and rich town is Marbella.
Millions of Tourists visit Costa Del Sol annually. The major mode of transportation is airplane which lands at nearby Malaga Airport. The combination of beautiful breath-taking view of beaches and and warm climate makes it an enchanting experience. Numbers of villa homes, leisure complexes, and apartment blocks have increased dramatically in recent years. The secluded beaches at the Malaga are unique in their own way. Fresh fish food is famous for its mouth-watering taste. As people say it, it definitely is the perfect place to dine alfresco.
The main sport activity is golf with more than fifty courses. The best thing is their location, which is on the beach sides.
Alhama, Sierras of Tejeda and Almijara are the nature-loving parks. These parks provide everyone with the best opportunity to relax and have a lifetime experience in the city with family. The on-foot experience and hiking of the mountains of Axarquia is what attracts people too. Over all the nature has offered almond and vine-planted hillsides, lemon and orange groves and rushing rivers. Pine forests are also located in the Montes de Malaga National Park. Children are also interested in visiting Fuente de Piedrea Nature Reserve in spring specially because of flocks of flamingos.