The Costa del Sol covers 161 kilometres of coastline and towns of the province of Málaga. Tourists from all over the world come every year to enjoy the wonderful climate, scenery, beaches and all that this privileged area has to offer visitors all year round.
The Costa del Sol comprises many resorts situated at the southernmost point of the European continent. The coastal mountain range that runs parallel to the beaches of the Costa del Sol allows these areas to enjoy a warm microclimate, protected from northern winds.
At any of the beaches of the Costa del Sol, we can enjoy an average annual temperature of 19º C and over 300 days of sunshine per year.
We could consider Marbella as the unofficial capital of the Costa del Sol, with its glamorous image that distinguishes it as one of the most prestigious beach destinations in Spain. Together with Marbella, we would also highlight San Pedro de Alcántara and Estepona, resorts that are very highly regarded by visitors.