The cruise activity in the port of Malaga accelerates from next week with the start of the season, with thousands of cruise ship tourists enjoying the tourist attractions of the capital of the Costa del Sol.
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There are a thousand and one destinations you can go to and great places to visit during your Easter holidays in Malaga on the Costa del Sol
Foreigners do not just come to Malaga for a holiday. Over the years, thousands of them have decided to stay and register in one of the municipalities of the Costa del Sol or the inland.
The low cost airline Jet2.com will increase flights from British cities to Malaga on the Costa del Sol in winter 2013/14.
The arrival of autumn for many travellers is the ideal time to make trips to the Costa del Sol for a week, enjoy quieter beaches, sun and sea as well as outdoor activities with very pleasant temperatures. Moreover Malaga and the famous Costa del Sol are much more than beach
Fuengirola is a privileged destination on the Costa del Sol. On vacation there, tourists can also enjoy other nearby enchanting towns like Mijas, Torremolinos, Benalmadena and Marbella.
The days in Fuengirola are wonderful. The Costa del Sol smothers its visitors with a radiant sun that brightens up their stay from one point of the coast to the other.
Torremolinos takes over 10% of the stays of the whole of Andalucia, more than a quarter of the Costa del Sol’s total and almost three times more than in Cordoba province.
The mountains in the hinterland of Marbella are called Sierra Blanca. This area offers a sight worth seeing, due to the white marble gleaming in the sun. A beautiful view of the coast can also be enjoyed from the peaks of the Sierra de Mijas in the north of Fuengirola. Here is situated as well the picturesque white village of Mijas, very popular among tourists; due to its proximity to the Costa del Sol, Mijas Pueblo is very suitable for a day trip.
Who loves the woods, should visit the Nature Park Montes de Malaga which is situated only a short distance from Malaga city. The park is home to many rare animal and plant species and is accessible as a tourist destination for hikers.
If you have not decided yet where to go next holiday, perhaps Malaga on the Costa del Sol is the best option. In this city you’ll find everything: art, architecture, delicious food, nightlife, sun and beach, music and dance, nature and more. The Costa del Sol is one of the major tourist destinations in Spain, located on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea in the south of the Iberian Peninsula.