Spain’s sunny coast
Spain is synonymous with sun and delicious food and culture, and Costa del Sol is of course no exception. The Costa del Sol is the southernmost region of Spain, and with its perfect location facing the beautiful and blue Mediterranean is a favourite destination for tourists from all over the world. But besides enchanting sandy beaches and azure seas, the area also offers a lot of fantastically exciting historical sights, architectural gems and mountainous scenery.
Located on the Iberian Peninsula, but belonging to the British Commonwealth, is a little gem of an area that offers both lush nature, delicious food, historic building and free-range Berber monkeys.
Granada is a stunningly beautiful city located at the foot of the Sierra Nevada mountain range in the autonomous region of Andalusia. One of the major attractions is the Alahambra, a Moorish palace, which has been on UNESCO’s World Heritage list since 1984. Granada also offers many other cultural and historical sites.
Málaga is the capital of the Costa del Sol, and with its more than 500.000 inhabitants, is a modern metropolis in rapid development. The city is a good mix of modern and old and is therefore a favourite destination for many tourists all year round. See, among other things, the Picasso Museum, The Alcazaba Fortress or the magnificent Cathedral, Santa Iglesia Cathedral Basílica de la Encarnación.