The Costa del Sol (literally “sun coast”, map) is a long stretch of Mediterranean coastline in the Andalucia region. It one of the most important tourist areas in Spain, drawing northern Europeans and Spaniards for its beaches, beautiful weather, and relaxed attitude.
103 towns and villages. 103 ways of travelling. Sun, culture, nature, gastronomy, history, tradition, avant-garde, luxury… The province of Málaga and the Costa del Sol are home to all the landscapes you can imagine, a diversity of contrasts, and a virtually endless travel offer.
The region has no official limit, but it is generally accepted that the Costa del Sol stretches from the municipality of La Línea de la Concepción (map) in the west to Nerja (map) in the east, spanning around 150 km of coastline.