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Spain effortlessly stands in a good stead in the global tourism industry and ranks as one of the top travel destinations in the world. You will be spoilt for choices when you plan to explore every nook and cranny of this amazing country. Costa del Sol is one of those gems nestled in the southern region of Spain which you can’t really afford to miss. Here are some of the most exciting things you can try when you visit this spellbinding province.
The first view of the pristine blue Mediterranean is ‘Welcome to Costa del Sol’
1. Coastal activities
‘Costa del Sol’ translates to ‘coast of the sun’ in English. So it goes without saying that it has a host of fun activities to offer along the coastline. Soak in the warmth of sun-kissed beaches or head towards a recreational dolphin spotting session; you’ll get it all in enchanting spots like shingle cove at Playa del Cañuelo near Nerja.
2. Architectural delight
From the alluring Castillo de Colomares to Malaga Cathedral, you’ll be amazed to find out the rich architectural brilliance. You wouldn’t want to miss those beautiful trails by the historical legacies and get the real taste of the renaissance of Spanish culture.
3. Rooftop dining
The eastern fringes of Costa del Sol should be in your must-visit list to experience the once-in-a-lifetime dining experience. Head towards Haveli restaurant in Nerja and enjoy succulent Indian delicacies in the rooftop with a view of stunning beaches coupled with the picturesque backdrop of mountains.
4. River trails
Besides boasting of some of the most alluring beach experiences, Costa del Sol is also known for its amazing river trailing experiences. Head towards Rio (river) Chillar in Nerja for an exciting river trail experience in the crystal clear waters enveloped with towering rocky expanses.
5. Famous Marinas
Puerto Banus (near Marbella) & Benalmadena Puerto are Spain’s most famous luxury marinas mooring super yachts and boats, shopping complexes, bars and restaurants. Experience the rich man’s playground!
Now you know where to anchor your yacht, should you win the jackpot!
6. Parasailing escapades
Your Costa del Sol holidaying itinerary should include parasailing from Burriana beach (Nerja) to Maro.
Parasailing on the crystal clear seawater with family and friends, this 10-minute ride is enough to give you a taste of a larger-than-life experience.
7. Mountain walks
The entire Costa del Sol has a lovely backdrop of majestic mountains, which provides the adventurous a lot of interesting trek trails. The most famous is the Caminito de Rey near Ardales, which is considered the world’s most dangerous mountain walkway! A must, to get the adrenaline flowing!
You need to buy tickets in advance to avoid disappointment!
So whether you want to go solo or with the family, Costa del Sol welcomes you! So, pack your bags to head towards this sparkling slice of Spain.