Costa del Sol

The Costa del Sol is a long stretch of Mediterranean coastline in southern Spain’s Andalucia region. From Málaga, the Costa del Sol stretch for 54 kilometers towards the east up to Cádiz’s provincial border, some 100 kilometers towards its southwest. Most of the Costa del Sol is highly developed due to undergoing constant development and redevelopment since the 60s and consequently, it has become a hub of international tourism.

Culture

The architectural, artistic, cultural and historic heritage of the Costa del Sol is a mix of diverse cultures that have left a lasting mark on the region. You can go to the galleries, movies, museums, and theaters in the various municipalities in the region.

Things To Do & Things To See

There is plenty to do and see in the Costa del Sol. There are innumerable cultural and leisure activities. On the beach, on the coast, in the hinterland or in the wilderness, you will find everything that is required for an excellent holiday.

Bioparc Fuengirola

Bioparc Fuengirola is an innovative zoo designed on the basis of the preservation of natural species and respect for nation. Bioparc Fuengirola is not just a zoo, it is a zoological park with animals living side-by-side, so their natural habitat is recreated and their development is fostered at all levels.

Tivoli World

Visiting Tivoli World will be worth it. It is an experience where a fantastic day can be enjoyed in a unique place. A world of excitement can be shared with the family. The park’s magnificent ambience can be enjoyed, along with exciting new attractions and various shows, while the bars and themed restaurants offer many options.

Torcal de Antequera Natural Area

The El Torcal Natural Area is Europe’s most impressive karstic landscape, located in the province’s center, merely 12 kilometers from Antequera. An area of 12 square kilometers is covered by its fantasy-like rock formations. This impressive limestone complex juts from the sea after a geological folding thrust it upward around 150 million years ago.

Screw Torcal Natural Monument

El Tornillo del Torcal has a 1,953-meter surface, and in 2001, it was declared a Natural Monument. The Screw Torcal Natural Monument, which belongs to Paraje Natural Torcal de Antequera, has become a symbol in its own right because of its screw-like appearance. Screw the Torcal Natural Monument was caused by different breakdown and dissolution of limestone strata with the combination of erosion.

Nerja Cave

It was back in 1960 when Nerja Cave was opened to the public. Currently, it is regarded as Project of Cultural Interest. Its archaeological, biological and geological importance distinguishes it. The tasks of broadcasting, development and investigation are accomplished. In July every year, the International Dance and Music Festival is held in the Caves.

The Pileta Cave

It was back in 1905 that José Bullón Lobato discovered the cave of “la Pileta,” in Serrania de Ronda’s mountainous countryside, in Benaoján’s municipality, including Guadiaro’s and Serrania de Ronda’s Jurassic limestone.

Conclusion

Ever Since the second half of the 20th century, the Costa del Sol has been an international travel destination. The Costa del Sol keeps on adjust to the needs of the never ending flow of tourists that arrive in the region to spend their holidays there.