More than half a century ago, the hotels of the Costa del Sol were launched internationally as one of the planet's most appealing and glamorous tourist destinations. Torremolinos, Benalmádena, Puerto Banús, Marbella or Estepona, are but some of the enclaves that have brought fame to these 161 km of coastline which visitors can visit in the course of their holidays.
The Costa del Sol offers the perfect combination of sun and sand, a unique autochthonous spectacle, gastronomy with an awesome reputation and the chance to do any kind of sport.
The greatest surprise for visitors to our hotels on the Costa del Sol is Málaga, a city that is on the way to becoming one of Europe's great cultural and tourist centres. Visiting it in winter is a true delight: you can begin at the gardens of Pedro Luis Alonso, of Arab inspiration and put the perfect finishing touch on your visit with a well-deserved break in the spa of one of our hotels.
Picasso and García Lorca
Discover the works of Picasso and Lorca. In the old Palace of the Counts of Buenavista you can visit the Picasso Museum and the Pasaje de Chinitas, where the famous café mentioned by Federico García Lorca's poems stands. The route ends in calle de Marqués de Larios, the city's main street.
More than 40 courses located in the western area of the province make it the greatest concentration of courses in continental Europe. Our hotels on the Costa del Sol have everything you need, and also offer discounts for the golf courses.
Cities such as Marbella have a great variety of shops and all kinds of national and international brands. Strolling through the Puerto Banús you will find the best-known international brands. If you are after something more affordable, then the centre of Marbella has plenty of typical shops selling the characteristic craft products of Marbella and the Costa del Sol.
The Costa del Sol refers to the coastal region of the province of Málaga and the Mediterranean sector of Gibraltar Countryside, in the province of Cadiz. It is one of the most important tourist areas in Spain, concentrating around 35% of all tourism in Andalusia, with more than 17 million overnight stays a year.
The Costa del Sol is blessed with a pleasant climate, with an average temperature of 19°C and more than 300 days of sun. The rainiest months are November and February. The warmest months are June and July, whereas April, May and October are have the most pleasant temperatures.