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How to holiday on a budget on the Costa del Sol

We love holidays, but we know that they can be expensive and difficult to afford when you’re on a budget. However, the good news is that the cost of living here on the Costa del Sol is significantly cheaper than in the UK and most parts of Europe and there are loads of great things to do which are completely free! If you look out for deals and follow a few simple tips, you can have an amazing holiday on the Costa del Sol on a budget.

Here are some of our top tips

  1. Travel as a group and book a villa

If you’re travelling with a large group, you can get an incredible deal per person per night and have a stunning villa too. While they look expensive, splitting them between three families for example makes them much more affordable than staying in a hotel. Plus, because you have the space to relax, cook and enjoy the facilities, you spend a lot less money on eating out and it is much more relaxing too.  Check out our villas with pools

  1. Eat, drink and be merry like the Spanish do

The Spanish locals are price sensitive and so cafes, bars and restaurants catering to locals are significantly cheaper than tourist places and offer a more authentic experience. They don’t tend to be the most beautiful places – expect plastic chairs and strip lighting, but the atmosphere and food tend to be great and you can still get a small beer or a coffee for 1€, or a three course meal for 10€ in some places, so follow the Spanish to the busiest places and you’ll definitely get a bargain.

  1. Pack a picnic

When you’re staying in a holiday rental you can save a fortune by stocking up at the supermarket, making up a delicious picnic, or some snacks and drinks and taking it with you. We love a picnic on the beach for lunch, or a few beers as the sun goes down and it’s cheap as chips if you take it with you. Be prepared on a day out with a reusable water bottle and snacks too so you avoid having to spend money when you’re thirsty and hot. There are water fountains everywhere so you can keep topping up and you’re minimising plastic use too!

  1. Enjoy the free activities

Over the summer there are hundreds of free activities going on along the Costa del Sol, from concerts to ferias, magic shows, talks, dance classes and activities for the kids. Ask at the tourist office, or check out one of the local area guides online, then head along and enjoy the fun totally free! For families with kids, the many playgrounds are a godsend and of course a stroll by the sea and a trip to the beach is perfect family fun. Many holiday rentals even have toys and games to take out with you, or enjoy at your apartment or villa, so you don’t need to buy things to keep them entertained.

  1. Book online and look out for money saving coupons or special days
  • If you are going to one of the summer ferias and want to take the kids on the rides look out for the “Día del Niño” every fair has one and rides are often 1€, or half price, which really saves you a lot.
  • Pick up any coupons you see around for the attractions like water parks and theme parks, but then check online before you buy, as it’s often a lot cheaper booking online ahead of time and you can also skip the queues.
  • Look for later entry tickets to waterparks, which can result in a massive discount but still give you quite enough time to enjoy the experience
  • Look out for packs of offers for different activities such as the ones from Selwo which offers a combined price for a number of different activities, but then check online to ensure that it adds up compared to buying them individually online

There are lots of other fantastic money saving tips from Money Saving Expert on their website which could save you a fortune.

We have recently dropped the price on this great one bedroom penthouse in La Cala by 20%. It is a great centrally located property, just 400 meters from the beach and a five-minute walk into town. It sleeps four people and costs from just 66€ per day, so is an excellent base for a great value holiday on the Costa del Sol. Check out more budget holiday homes on our website, or contact us for more information on great value holiday rentals.

Tips for visiting the beaches of the Costa del Sol

Spring has most definitely sprung here on the Costa del Sol and after the showers and rain over April, May has brought us some beautiful summer weather and seen many of us lucky residents hit the beach. Of course we’re spoilt for choice here, with 25 beaches awarded Blue Flag status in 2018 and miles and miles of stunning coastline. Check out our article on the best beaches on the Costa del Sol to help you choose where to go on your next holiday.

Wherever you choose, here are five tips for making the most of your beach experience –

  1. Come prepared – You will notice that the Spanish arrive at the beach with everything but the kitchen sink. It’s normal for families to bring gazebos, chairs, tables, coolers full of drinks, ice, food and lots of toys and games for the kids. While this may seem a little over the top to us, it certainly makes sure they are comfortable and enjoy the whole day on the sand. We’d suggest bringing an umbrella, or choosing a location with easy access to the shade, or if you have kids bringing one of those pop up tents to give them a place to play and relax out of the sun. The low beach chairs are much more comfortable than just a towel and fold up pretty small. Buckets and spades, a bat and ball and a football keep the kids entertained. Don’t forget plenty of water, some snacks and sun cream. If you can carry it all, that should keep you hydrated, comfortable and entertained and allow you to stay there the whole day.
  2. Go to a chiringuito – The beach restaurants are legendary for their fresh fish, cool drinks and great atmosphere and are perfect for a long, lazy lunch this summer. If you don’t want to lug a load of stuff with you for your beach day, many of them have sunloungers which you can hire for a small daily fee and allow you to relax in comfort, get some shade, pop in for a drink, use the toilets and enjoy a fantastic lunch at the beach. Heaven!
  3. Go to a jellyfish free area – Last summer there was a serious problem with jellyfish, which kept many people out of the sea. We hope this won’t recur this year, as it depends on weather and wind conditions, but if it does while you are on holiday, look out for the jelly fish free areas. Marbella’s councillor for beaches has arranged for floating play parks to add an area of water screened by nets and floats, which will offer a safe bathing area even when there are jellyfish around. Beaches will include San Pedro, Puerto Banús, Nueva Andalucía, Estrella de Mar and Marbella Playa in Las Chapas. Find out more
  4. Protect your skin – The sun here is very strong and you do not want to burn, so make sure you liberally apply high protection sun cream before you leave your holiday rental, seek shade between 11 and 3 where possible, wear a hat, sunglasses and coverup to protect your skin and keep reapplying that sun screen every few hours.
  5. Look out for a nearby kiosko – On the promenade there are lots of little huts selling beach essentials from cold water and ice cream, to buckets and spades and things for the kids. Many of them also sell very good value beer and plastic cups for you to take down to the beach for a cheeky sundowner, but you need to ask for it, as they don’t normally put it on display.

If access to beautiful beaches is top of your wish list, then check out our collection of beachside holiday homes. These are perfect for beach lovers, as they are either within walking distance of, or a very short drive away from, sand and sea.

Visiting Ronda

Ronda is a historic, beautiful town, surrounded by stunning countryside. Most famous for it’s extraordinary gorge and being the home of bullfighting, Ronda is developing new attractions for tourists, with a wine route and a new organic olive oil experience.

Ronda is easy to visit if you are holidaying in and around Marbella. There is a bus which goes from Marbella bus station and takes you up there. If you’ve hired a car, it’s also a stunning drive, but be warned the road is steep and twisty, so not advised for nervous drivers. The journey is approximately an hour, inland from Marbella and takes you though some really incredible countryside.

Ronda is growing as a wine producing region and now has a wine route. This comprises of 16 wineries that you can visit and a wine museum and interpretation center, where you can learn all about it. A visit to a bodega is a lovely thing to do on your holiday, where you can see them making the wine, understand the process and of course sample some of the produce. Find out more about wine tourism on the Costa del Sol on our blog, or discover the Ronda Wine Route here.

Design guru Philippe Starck has recently launched an olive oil experience on the outskirts of Ronda which is a great place to visit. It is being called an immersive cultural centre and is surrounded by vines, olive trees and an organic vegetable garden. Visitors are taken around the centre on a 45 minute guided tour to learn about the region’s olive oil, see some interesting exhibits and sculptures by Philippe Starck, enjoy the beautiful setting and of course taste the oils. Tours cost 20€ per person  and can be reserved on the LA Experience website.

If you like the pretty Andalusian countryside, a village feel and easy access up to Ronda, Benahavis is a good choice as a base. Inland from San Pedro, Benahavis is a beautiful village famous for gastronomy and surrounded by excellent golf courses and countryside with excellent walks and trails. We have a number of holiday rental properties in this area, such as this lovely penthouse in Las Terrazas at Los Arqueros. With two bedrooms, stylish décor, spacious living area and incredible views this is a beautiful apartment. It’s perfect for golfers as well, right by the golf course and with a 30% discount on green fees. From there, you can go straight up to Ronda in less than an hour.

For more information on visiting the Costa del Sol and making the most of your stay, download our free Costa del Sol Holiday Guide or ask one of our helpful team.

Shopping and Eating in and around Malaga

Last month we gave you some information on shopping on the Costa del Sol and the two big shopping centres of La Cañada in Marbella and Miramar in Fuengirola. It was such a popular post that we wanted to give you more great places to shop on the Costa del Sol, this time in and around Malaga.

Malaga city is a wonderful place to shop til you drop, with the long, pedestrianised Calle Larios lined with great shops. Parallel to it is Calle Nueva, with more great options, including some independent boutiques, as well as international brands. It also has a huge El Cort Ingles which sells just about everything, the big Larios Centro shopping centre and some great markets too. Down in the recently redeveloped port area there are yet more shops and some excellent places to eat and drink too. So you really are spoilt for choice.

Just outside the city is the huge mall of Plaza Mayor. Unlike La Cañada and Miramar, this has more of a village feel, with plenty of outside space, squares and walkways connecting the shops, for a more American shopping experience. There are a massive array of shops which are open from 10am to 10pm. There is a cinema and entertainment complex and they are about to unveil a new food court with some fabulous new restaurants which offer a more high-end dining experience than before. It’s a great place to hang out for the day to shop, eat and relax.   

But Malaga offers much more than just shopping! There’s a wonderful selection of museums and historical sites such as the Cathedral, the city walls and fortress and the remains of a Roman amphitheatre.

The restaurant scene is amazing too, with great places to try on every corner and a kicking nightlife. Combine shopping and eating with a trip to Malaga’s gourmet market and marvel at the amazing produce and delicious food.

Last but not least, head down to the Malaga Gastronomy Festival from the 23rd to the 26th of May. Based around the Plaza de la Marina near the port there are food trucks, stalls and a stage with cooking demonstrations. Artisan and specialist producers sell some amazing local produce and so you can enjoy a little shopping too! 

If you love Malaga, but also want to enjoy the best of the Costa del Sol towns and coastline, we’d recommend the towns of Torremolinos and Benalmadena. Both are well connected with Malaga by public transport, but also offer lots of things to see and do for the whole family.

There’s a great waterpark in Torremolinos, as well as a lovely beachfront area, good shopping and a buzzing nightlife. Benalmadena has an amusement park, cable car, aquarium and great park too. It’s also got a pretty marina area and a very lively nightlife.

Browse our website for quality holiday rentals near to Malaga, or contact us with your requirements and we’ll recommend the best places to suit you and your budget.

Venture inland on your next Costa del Sol Holiday

We are lucky to have miles of beautiful beaches and wonderful coastline here on the Costa del Sol. This is the focus for most holiday makers who visit the Malaga area, but there’s a lot of wonderful places to explore inland from the coast which might surprise you.

There are two options you can choose from, stay in a holiday rental close to the beach and hire a car to explore the inland areas, or rent a property close to one of the beautiful white villages. We have a number of excellent properties on the beach and close to the villages of Benahavis (a gourmet paradise), Casares (picturesque and traditional) and Mijas Pueblo (close to Fuengirola) and can advise you where would suit you best.

Wherever you stay, don’t miss Malaga province’s beautiful countryside, it’s so close to the coastal resorts, but feels a world away. There are wonderful parks, striking scenery, hiking and mountain biking routes and great opportunities to bird spot and encounter unique flora and fauna. The white villages for which the region is rightly famous are wonderfully picturesque and many retain a very traditional feel. Casares is one of our favourites, as it combines a village centre which hasn’t changed for hundreds of years, with beautiful countryside and views, as well as modern additions such as excellent restaurants and even a zipline.

Ronda is a great place for a day trip. The breath-taking gorge and incredible bridge is iconic, but it has a lot more to offer as well. There are ancient city walls which you can explore, Roman and Moorish architecture and ruins, one of the first bullrings in the area with an interesting museum and a brilliant wine route. The Ronda region is growing in regard as a wine producing region and you can visit bodegas for tours and tastings while you’re there. Find out more about wine tourism on the Costa del Sol

Close to Marbella are the villages of Ojen and Istan and you can easily visit both in one day. Ojen is small and traditional, with small olive oil and wine museums and some interesting caves, which you can explore. It explodes with music at the end of June for a two-day independent music festival, but the rest of the year has a charming sleepy feel. Istan is within the Sierra de las Nieves natural park and is stunning, with the two rivers Rio Verde and Rio Molinos flowing either side. It’s a great place to walk, with ten routes which take you through the stunning countryside. Make sure you take a camera and stop at the viewpoints or Miradors for views of the rivers, countryside and reservoir.

To browse our inland properties in this stunning countryside, take a look at our collection of holiday rental properties with outstanding views. Alternatively, contact us and tell us what you’re looking for and we’ll find you a beautiful holiday rental for your next vacation.

Four amazing rental properties for your next golf break

As all golfers will know, the Costa del Sol is a golf paradise, with a huge quantity of world-class courses in a very small area. Depending on your handicap, preferences and budget, you can choose from driving ranges to courses with a potential 27 holes to play, to Links courses on the coast, to stunning mountain courses and everything in between. To find out more about the options, read our article on our favourite golf courses on the Costa del Sol.

February to May are brilliant months to visit the Costa del Sol for a golf holiday. The weather is great, with sunny skies, but comfortable temperatures to play 18 holes without breaking too much of a sweat. Our collection of golf holiday rental properties include villas and apartments on or near to some of the area’s best courses.

If you’re planning your next golf getaway and looking for some great accommodation, read on for our recommendations of four stunning properties, that we know you’ll love!

  1. Penthouse Apartment Los Arqueros Golf and Country Club – This three bedroom penthouse is on the La Torre development within the Los Arqueros golf complex and is great for a group of six people. The roof terrace is a fabulous place to hang out when you are done on the fairways and there’s another good terrace for al fresco dining. Inside the décor is stylish and modern, there is one master bedroom, a double room, and one with twin beds. All guests receive a 30% discount on your green fees at Los Arqueros Golf.
  2. Penthouse Apartment Los Eucalyptus – Also on the Los Arqueros Golf Complex, is this lovely apartment. It is south west facing, with a large terrace with dining and relaxation areas. It is elegantly furnished and has a master bedroom, a double and a twin room, plus two bathrooms. All guests receive a 30% discount on your green fees at Los Arqueros Golf. The location is close to the pretty white village of Benahavis, Puerto Banus and Marbella.
  3. Three Bedroom Apartment La Cala Golf – This lovely apartment is on the La Cala Golf Resort, close to the pretty town of La Cala de Mijas, with its weekly market, good restaurants and excellent beach. It is also within easy reach of the bustling town of Fuengirola. The apartment has three bedrooms and two bathrooms and sleeps six people. It is a modern apartment on a secure complex with amazing views from the terrace over the greens. There is a master with a super king double bed, one with two singles and another with a super king, which can be separated into two singles, so this is a good one for a group of friends.
  4. Two bedroom Townhouse La Cala Golf – This modern townhouse is arranged over two floors, with a stylish lounge and dining area and a great terrace and private garden. Both bedrooms are doubles, with en suite bathrooms, one with a king sized double and one with 2 single beds. Both have terraces with great views. There is a sofa bed in the lounge, plus a guest bathroom on the ground floor, so the property sleeps six people.

We hope you like our recommendations for golf holiday rental properties. Please contact us to see our full portfolio. If you want to be near a particular course, please let us know and we can recommend the best properties in that area.

Autumn in Spain

Autumn in Spain

Summer just flew by, but if you’re thinking you’ve missed your chance to take a holiday to Spain before next year, think again! Autumn is an amazing time to visit the Costa del Sol. In fact, if you ask most local residents they will tell you that September and October are their favourite times of year.

We love autumn because the weather is still sunny and warm, but nights are cooler and more comfortable to sleep in. There’s still plenty of people around, but the hoards of tourists have left us for another year and you don’t need to worry about whether you’ll get into a restaurant or find a parking space. The sea is warm, after the summer spent heating it up and the beach bars and restaurants are still open, but without the crowds.

There are still some nice ferias and events going on this time of year too, if you know where to look. The Torremolinos Feria is a great one to visit on the last week of September and the San Pedro de Alcantara feria is usually held mid to late October, so you don’t need to miss out on any of the fun.

Film buffs will enjoy the Marbella International Film Festival from the 10th to the 14th of October. This festival screens short films, documentaries and international movies at the TeatroGoya cinema in Puerto Banus and offers events and workshops for budding filmmakers too.

If you’re committed to your fitness, there are some nice sports events this time of year. Serious runners could compete in Marbella’s half marathon on the 6th of October. If walking is more your style, you can join the thousands of people who take to the streets for Marbella 4 Days Walking from the 11th to the 14th of October. Alternatively, if you’d rather watch than play, why not check out some of the world’s best tennis players compete in the Senior Masters Cup in Marbella on the 29th of September.

Because it’s cooler, you can have a more active holiday, so hiking or mountain biking to explore the beautiful countryside just back from the coast is a great idea. It’s a lovely time for a round or two of golf as well, and the Costa del Sol is a true golfers’ paradise at this time of the year. We welcome a lot of people for golf holidays in September and October due to the weather, the amazing condition of the courses and the lower cost of flights and accommodation. Golfers can choose from self-catering apartments or villas right on the fairways, or down on the beach or in the town for the best of both worlds.

We think you’ll love autumn on the Costa del Sol as much as we do! Please feel free to browse our holiday rental properties and find your perfect home-from-home. If you have any questions please don’t hesitate to contact us.

Costa del Sol Beach Clean-Ups

Costa del Sol Beach Clean-Ups

Everyone knows there’s a big problem with plastic and rubbish in the ocean and thankfully there is a global movement to do something about it. This month is International Coastal Cleanup Day, on Saturday 15th of September. This is a day of awareness and action in coastal locations around the world, where people take to the beaches and to the seas to collect rubbish.

Although the Costa del Sol’s beaches are very well looked after by the local Town Halls, it’s something we’re passionate about. When we’re lucky enough to live in this beautiful place and help holidaymakers to enjoy it by providing lovely holiday rental properties, we think it’s important to do our bit to protect our beaches and the animals living in the sea and along the coastline.

We’ve seen that many holidaymakers who stay in our beachfront holiday rentals because of their love for the water and the setting, are also interested in getting involved. So if you want to make a difference during your holiday, meet people and spend a day at the beach too, why not join up with one of the organized beach cleans on September 15th.  Here are two options for you –

Cabopino Beach Clean

Cabopino has one of the most stunning beaches on the Costa del Sol, a beautiful sheltered bay, close to the pretty marina. It also has wide stretches of lovely sand dunes, with pine trees behind. Local organization Plastic Free Seas Worldwide has chosen this area for their Autumn Beach Clean. They are meeting at 9.30am and will be collecting until around 11am. They have set an ambitious goal of collecting 150 kilos of rubbish and are asking for help to reach their target. This would be a good event for anyone staying between Fuengirola and Marbella to take part in. Find out more

 

Manilva Beach Clean-Up

The Manilva Town Hall and Eco Passion collaborated to hold a Beach Clean Up in Manilva’s Nature Reserve back in August and have announced plans to repeat the event for International Coastal Clean Up Day. The exact location of the clean hasn’t been announced, but will be featured on the Eco Passion Facebook page. This clean up would be convenient for anyone holidaying between Estepona and Sotogrande on the Western Costa del Sol.

Hope to see some of you there!

Top Tips for Enjoying the Costa del Sol Waterparks

Costa del Sol Waterparks

August is the time when most families come and enjoy the Costa del Sol and take a well-earned break during the summer holidays. It is a wonderful family destination, with so many things to do and a great selection of holiday rental properties, which are perfect when you’re travelling with children. If you’re planning to visit a waterpark during your next holiday, there are three along the Costa del Sol to try:

Aqualand Torremolinos – The biggest along the coast is in Torremolinos, within easy reach of the airport. There’s loads to do there, with 19 different attractions to enjoy. Buying a fast pass is recommended, as queues can be long.

AquaMijas – Located in Fuengirola this is a smaller park, but good for a mix of ages. It has 12 attractions, as well as a nice area for younger kids and this year they opened a new Jacuzzi and slides.

Bahia Park Algeciras – If you’re staying on the western Costa del Sol, between Estepona and Gibraltar, this is a very good option and is actually getting the best reviews on TripAdvisor. Although it isn’t the biggest, it is cheaper and less busy than the other parks, so might be worth a look, even if you’re further afield. It has 17 different attractions to enjoy and this year expanded its area for younger children. We found this was a good option for young children, as if you’re 1.20 meters or more, you can pretty much go on everything.

Here are a few insider tips to help you enjoy a trip to the waterpark to the full.

  1. Book your tickets online – you will get the best deals and you can often skip the queues
  2. Wear waterproof shoes – The floors get very hot and can be slippery and it’s quite easy to bash your feet when you’re walking around or zooming down the slides. Beach or swim shoes are great to protect your feet.
  3. Get there early – Parking can be tricky and queues long, so get there early and choose a weekday to avoid the stress and make the most of the entry fee.
  4. Pack drinks and snacks – You are able to bring in your own food and drinks as long as it’s not in glass bottles and this can save you a lot of money throughout the day and avoid wasting time queuing.
  5. Budget for a sunbed and rings – You have to pay extra to have a sunbed, which can come as a surprise for a lot of visitors. They are not very expensive, but make sure you have cash so you can get a few. It’s well worth the investment if you’re going to be there for a whole day. We tend to just get a couple for the adults, as the kids are more than happy running around and then sharing yours when they want a rest or a bite to eat. To cut down on queuing it can be a good idea to hire some extra rings, this does add to the cost, but the kids will thank you for it.

A day at the waterpark is not a cheap day out, but it is a lot of fun!

However don’t worry if this is out of budget, there is a cheaper option which can keep the whole family happy. Head to the beach and look for one of the large inflatable play areas in the sea. These are really challenging, but loads of fun, trying to climb the obstacles and get round the course. This can keep older kids (and the young at heart) happy for hours. They charge either by the hour, or for a whole day for those who have the energy.

While the older kids are burning energy there, the younger ones will be happy if you provide them with a bucket and spade. Other things we always have in the beach bag are a bat and ball, a football and some activity books and colours. Pack snacks, drinks and sandwiches and enjoy your day!!

We are experts on the Costa del Sol, with an experienced team of professionals who know the area inside out. Our selection of holiday rental properties are ideal for families, offering flexibility, space and a home-from-home where everyone can relax. For more great tips on holidaying on the Costa del Sol, download our free Costa del Sol holiday guide.

Wine tourism on the Costa del Sol

Wine tourism on the Costa del Sol

Did you know that as well as the glorious sunshine and beaches, the Costa del Sol is a great place to discover wine? It may not be as well known as the more traditional wine producing areas of the world, but Andalucia is growing in reputation for producing great quality wines and increasingly opening up their bodegas and vineyards to visitors. Wine is excellent value for money here in Spain and there are many specialist wine shops and bars where you can try some of the best and most interesting wines in Spain.

If you want wine to play a role in your next Costa del Sol holiday, here are four things to do and places to go –

  1. Take a day trip to Ronda

Ronda has been making wines since the Roman times and has a wonderful climate and soil conditions. In recent years, it has been making a name for itself for producing some excellent wines and recently launched an official wine tourism route where you can visit bodegas, sample wines and find out how they are made. While you’re there, marvel at the gorge and enormous bridge and visit the home of modern bullfighting. Ronda is an easy day trip from Marbella.

  1. Visit Manilva and learn about their sweet wines

Manilva is in the western Costa del Sol and is famous for its sweet wines and white village surrounded by vines. There is a wine museum where you can learn about the making of the wines and do a tasting. This is where Nilva wine is being produced, a new breed of Manilva wine which is winning many awards at the moment and you can meet the maker and even visit the vineyards as part of a tour. Nearby Puerto de la Duquesa is a popular holiday spot, with great restaurants, bars and nightlife. We have a selection of Manilva holiday rentals, such as this two bedroom apartment in Sabinillas, ask our team for recommendations.

  1. Head to Mijas Pueblo

Mijas Pueblo is one of the Costa del Sol’s most charming villages, with winding streets, white washed houses and lots of lovely shops and restaurants. For wine buffs, a visit to the wine museum is a must. You can pop in and sample wines and learn about them from their well trained staff, or if you have a group of 8 or more you can book a special wine tasting course which is an excellent experience. If this sounds like a good base for your holiday, browse our Mijas holiday rentals.

  1. Try sherry and do a bodega tour in Jerez

A little further afield is the birthplace of sherry Jerez, approximately two hours drive from Marbella. It makes a good day trip, but if you want to sample the sherry it may be wise to stay overnight. There are massive bodegas such as Tio Pepe which you can visit, learn about the production and try the sherries. There are also more interesting places such as the Bodega Tradición which specialises in very old and rare sherries and has a wonderful collection of Spanish art.

Foodies and wine buffs are really spoilt for choice here on the Costa del Sol with many Michelin starred restaurants offering wonderful food with wine pairings and many great gourmet markets to visit. Enjoy your visit!