300 days a year of Sun in the Costa del Sol
As its name suggests the Costa del Sol is one of the bulwarks of the Andalusia tourism and having the Sun at its peak throughout the year, specifically 300 days a year. 35% of tourism that concentrates the autonomous community is located in this part of the coast which brings millions of tourists throughout the year. Many of them decide to stay to live.
This part of the coast begins at the coast of Granada and ends at the Malaga municipality of Manilva. It has many kilometres of Beach the majority of fine sand, some parts with one influx of more tourists in another. Marbella, Fuengirola, Torremolinos and Benalmadena are the three most tourist towns and have increased hotel capacity.
Marbella is considered one of the jewels of Spanish tourism. Focuses much of the tourism that arrives at the Costa del Sol and is a city that offers many possibilities for leisure. During the summer its population will reach to triple especially for foreign visitors.
Torremolinos also offers miles of beaches and a town dump with tourists. Next to the municipality is Benalmadena that has a very eventful night life with many clubs. All accompanied by numerous restaurants and tourist infrastructures.
The best way to reach the Costa del Sol is through Malaga airport, which has flights from different parts of the world. The roads are in perfect condition, the N-340 is that links all around the coast, having the option to travel around the Mediterranean motorway.