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Located in the province of Malaga, Costa del Sol is one of the most popular destinations in Europe. It is one of the sunniest region thanks to its location on the Mediterranean Sea. Most beaches are clean and equip with modern facilities and complete amenities that earned it a Blue Flag certification. Costa del Sol's towns and villages offers different experiences for visitors to explore. From Historic and cultural architecture, exceptional gardens, theme parks and water parks, you will never run out of attractions and activities here in Costa del Sol. Aside from its long stretch of sandy beaches, Costal del Sol boasts around 60 golf courses making it one of the most top golfing destinations in Europe.

With its golden sandy beaches, Benalmadena is of the most visited town in Costa del Sol. There are many beach bars and restaurants serving local and international food. Aside from stunning beaches, this town is home to major attractions such as the El Parque d la Paloma park and Selwo Marina Adventure Park. Some of Costa del Sol's golf courses with excellent clubhouse and restaurant are located in this town.

Marbella is known for its luxury resorts, a playground for the rich and the famous. Michelin starred restaurants and prestigious exclusive clubs are along its Golden Mile. Shopping is fun in Marbella, it is packed with boutiques and shopping outlets offering varieties from affordable brands to high end designer labels that would tickle your fancy.

The largest water park in Costa del Sol, Aqualand Torremolinos is the perfect place for a family destination. This park boasts 14 attractions including massive slides for adults and designated slides for children. There is a jacuzzi, a tropical lagoon, and a surf beach. This place surely has something fun for everyone's entertainment.

Another great place for a family visit is the Bioparc Fuengirola. This zoo takes pride in providing an imitation of a natural habitat for its animal shelter. They even have an artificial waterfalls, river banks and fake trees to make it appear closely like a natural environment. Bioparc is home to more than 200 species including endangered ones such as the Sumatran Tiger and the Malayan Gharial.

Malaga is the soul and the lively capital of Costa del Sol. Brimming with history, it is home to fine collection of museums, monuments and architectural sites. Malaga is famous for its nightlife, there are trendy cafes, bars and beach clubs. Nightlife commence around midnight until the wee hours in the morning.