a few tips on what to do and what to see:
Costa del Sol, also called Costa del Golf, is a marvellous place for golfers. It offers around 60 golf courses in a region with a very pleasant climate. You can play golf all year long here as there are 300 sunny days annually and good facilities at the golf courses. There are golf courses literally for everyone: experienced players as well as complete beginners. Incidentally, Costa del Sol has recently received the IAGTO (International Association of Golf Tour Operators) award for European Golf Destination of the Year 2019.
We are happy to recommend you Brigitte Golf Bookings – a reliable agency offering discount golf packages and playing time bookings for reduced prices. Brigitte Golf Bookings will recommend just the right golf course for you.
Besides many beaches and playground, you will find in any village, the area boasts quite a number of interesting features for children:
Sea World in Benalmádena with plenty of colorful fish.
Selwo Marina in Benalmádena with a dolphin aquarium and dolphin show.
Butterfly Park in Benalmádena where you can take walk among 1.500 freely flying butterflies.
Aquapark Mijas with lots of pools and chutes.
Mountain village Mijas with an offer of donkey rides.
Biopark Fuengirola featuring flamingos, monkeys, rhinos, leopards and many other animals.
Crocodile Park in Torremolinos.
Donkey sanctuary in Fuente de Piedras, a home for old and lonely donkeys.
We highly recommend double-checking the opening times prior to the visit.
Thanks to its history, Andalucía offers a number og interesting sites and architectural monuments influenced by the Moorish era. These are definitely worth a visit:
Málaga, the birthplace of Pablo Picasso with Moorish fortress Alcazaba from the 11th century, Cathedral from 1528 or one of the oldest bull rings in Spain.
Ronda – with an ancient bridge crossing a deep ravine dividing the Old and New Towns.
Córdoba – with a fascinating mixture of a cathedral and a mosque – Mezquita or palace Alcazar from the 14th century.
Gibraltar – the legendary British exclave guarding the Strait of Gibraltar – with the fortification, narrow streets and the famous colony of monkeys. Don´t forget to bring your passport – you will need it!
Jerez de la Frontera – with the production of the world-famous sherry.
Sevilla with the royal palace Alcazar.
Granada and the legendary Moorish palace Alhambra.
Marbella – the jet set summer place with the sea promenade featuring ten Salvador Dalí sculptures.
Cádiz – the port city founded by the Phoenicians 1000 BC.
Caminito del Rey, a walkway pinned along the steep walls of a narrow gorge El Chorro.
Andalusian desert Tabernas featuring former movie studios Mini Hollywood and Cinema Studios/Fort Bravo.