Fun Day Trips Costa del Sol

As its name (Sunny Coast) implies, on the Costa del Sol is the perfect place to spend your holidays, with days of sunshine filled most of the year and an average annual climate of about 18 degrees. The area is full of popular vacation spots and hidden, animation to the private sector.

Visitors to Costa del Sol traditionally stay in all types of accommodation available, from luxury hotels to budget hostels. Another common form of accommodation is the apartment because it allows visitors to more independence and flexibility to plan their vacations around their own needs. Some hotels and apartment complexes offer pools or private beaches, others are great golf courses.

The time will come, of course, when visitors may want to get up from the pool or take a break from the golf course to experience some of the beautiful areas around the Costa del Sol. It is time to consider one of the many interesting day trips that leave from key points in the region and visitors to see some of the wonders that this area has to offer.

A popular day trip is by luxury coach from the city of Granada. Visitors will be seduced by the Arab culture and architecture that makes this city so famous. Interesting places to visit in Granada are the Alhambra Palace, the Palace of Charles V and the gypsy quarter.

What would a trip to the Costa del Sol is a value without a visit to the capital of Andalusia, Seville? This city is a real jewel, and you'll be blown away by the atmosphere, culture and beauty of Seville. There are many historic buildings and places of interest to take this city to give you enough time to take it all in.

Perched atop the steep road winds from the city of Marbella is the historic town of Ronda. This area is one of the focal points of any type of excursion in the region by tourists and you will most likely be surrounded by fellow tourists throughout the year. But this is not a reason not to visit Ronda, which promises great historic buildings and an authentic age-Arab in the region of Andalusia. Do not forget to visit the oldest bullring in Spain in this city!

For visitors who are after a day of duty-free shopping, nothing is quite an excursion to Gibraltar Island. Here, tourists can enjoy shopping for many luxury items, including the famous glass Gibraltar wear, leather goods, wines, silks and even electrical goods. In addition to purchasing, Gibraltar offers some beautiful views and places of interest for those who want to go easy on shopping. There are also day trips to the Rock of Gibraltar, where visitors can examine his famous story, learn about its strategic importance and visit some of his very interesting sites like the caves of San Miguel and Reserve monkey .

Finally, a fun one-day excursion can be taken to Nerja and Frigiliana. These two villages are the essence of Andalusian culture and allow visitors to really experience what this part of the world is all about. Do not miss the famous prehistoric caves of Nerja. As you can see, a trip to Costa del Sol you can be as varied as you want it. You can spend your entire trip lounging by the pool, but you'll miss a lot if you do not have at least one or two day trips to beautiful outer regions.


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Anonymous said...

Costa Del Sol is very attractive place for fishing in both fresh and salt water, thanks for information.


Tall Brother said...

But this is not a reason not to visit Ronda, which promises great historic buildings and an authentic age-Arab in the region of Andalusia

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