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Holidays In Malaga, Spain: TGuide From Our Arrival To Malaga Airport

Malaga is a paradise of sun, sea and beaches. The south coast of Andalusia, where the Costa del Sol is located, offers a great variety of tourist destinations, with a wide offer of beaches and a vibrant nightlife.

No wonder then, that thousands of tourists choose this place every summer. The Costa del Sol has over 50 golf courses and a many activities for the whole family. With sun present most of the year, it is a very recommended destination.

This stretch of coastline is stretching from Estepona in the west to Nerja in the east, with many popular destinations in between. One of the most popular tourist destinations is Fuengirola, where we can find many hotels, bars, discos and many activities.

Apartments in Malaga are very varied. Many of the apartments in Malaga have private pools and stunning views over the sea.

If you are thinking coming to Malaga coming soon for holidays, it might be helpful to search the online offers for your hotel and for car hire at Malaga airport. It is advisable planning in advance when coming to the Costa del Sol as it is a very popular destination, even more in summer.

Before our arrival to Malaga airport it is advisable to locate the different Fuengirola, Torremolinos and Mijas village where having some nice food.

Both as you choose coming to the south of Andalusia during autumn or winter, there are a lot of things to do and to enjoy; from the friendly people and the typical spanish food to the mild climate bestowed upon us in the Costa del Sol and which will allow us to walk in the light of the moon by the sea in the month of January; have I not yet attracted your attention?

One of the recommendations for transport in Malaga would be to rent a car in Malaga; without a doubt a rental car will prevent you from more than one headache, believe me… the public transport in Malaga is not recommended, and not only that … if we want to discover the province .With our own transport we will be able to even visit more distant places.

I would like to mention driving in Spain is very easy and I could only recommend to pay special attention while driving on the weekends, long weekends or during a rainy day … friends tell me spanish people don´t know how to drive in the rain and they don´t the check rearview mirrors usually.

Driving in Malaga we can find wonderful domestic routes, mountain passes or natural parks, coastal areas where you can enjoy a good meal; do not forget to bring your camera for taking some photos, or you might regret it.

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