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When looking for a cultural holiday, not many people think about the Costa del Sol. But many different civilisations have passed through Malaga and the Costa del Sol area.


You can still find their mark, not only on buildings, monuments, villages but also in the local traditions and in Andalusian gastronomy. This has led to amassed architectural gems with an unique cultural heritage as result.


You can find world-class museums in Malaga, such as Picasso museum or the Centre Pompidou Málaga. Your visit to the area wouldn’t be complete without a trip to one of the beautiful white villages “Pueblos Blancos” such as Mijas Pueblo, Casares or visit the blue village at Juzcar. But don’t forget to take a side trip to Ronda. They are all bursting with charm, flowers and the authentic Andalusian charm.

Are you ready to be indulged?


You will notice that food is taken very seriously in the southern part of Spain. The world famous Mediterranean diet is recognised as a part of UNESCO’s world cultural heritage.


You will find a wide range of restaurants, going from the traditional chiringuitos on the beaches to Michelin star restaurants.


The Costa del Sol offers countless sport facilities.


At Casa Banderas you can already find an indoor and outdoor gym, a paddel court with floodlights, a spa and hamman facilaties.


But the diversity in the region is even bigger. Besides numerous golf courts you can go cycling in the mountains, do water sports, play tennis and squash, go trail running, charter a yacht and go dolphin spotting in the Street of Gibraltar.  Or you go skiing in the Sierra Nevada mountains!

Nearby you can find the following international reputed golf courses:

  • La Cala Golf Resort

  • Santana Golf

  • Torrequebrada Golf

  • Calanova Golf Club

  • Mijas Golf Internacional

You name it and you will find at the Costa del Sol.

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