Outdoor activities in Costa del sol

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Costa del Sol: What to do when you get there?

The coastal region of the province of Malaga and the easternmost part of the Gilbraltar Countryside is known as Costa del Sol. This renowned coastline of over 159km has sun 320 days a year plus an annual average of 19°C. It is one of the most important tourist areas of Spain, attracting millions of travellers per year & a plethora of activities to choose from.

The spot has the largest number of beaches in Andalusia, with a total of 124, where adrenaline hunters can try out their favourite sports. Whilst nature lovers can head out to live one of the main features of Costa del Sol, which is dolphins! People around the globe come to see these lovely creatures swim in the Mediterranean waters.

Scuba diving in the semi-tropical waters that surround Marbella is the perfect place to unveil the underwater environment of the coast. Cable skiing is a great way to try a different kind of sport in a beautiful natural lake in Guadalmina Alta or San Pedro de Alcantara near Puerto Banus.

Adventurers that like to mix it up or are more into the earthly sports can always go canyoning. Malaga offers countless ravines for you to enjoy the adrenaline of climbing, abseiling or jumping off heights. Another activity could be quad biking or trekking through Fuengirola; this is a great opportunity to discover the outside beauty of the spot. With uncountable activities to choose from in different locations, Costa del Sol never disappoints its visitors!

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Costa del Sol: What to do when you get there?

The coastal region of the province of Malaga and the easternmost part of the Gilbraltar Countryside is known as Costa del Sol. This renowned coastline of over 159km has sun 320 days a year plus an annual average of 19°C. It is one of the most important tourist areas of Spain, attracting millions of travellers per year & a plethora of activities to choose from.

The spot has the largest number of beaches in Andalusia, with a total of 124, where adrenaline hunters can try out their favourite sports. Whilst nature lovers can head out to live one of the main features of Costa del Sol, which is dolphins! People around the globe come to see these lovely creatures swim in the Mediterranean waters.

Scuba diving in the semi-tropical waters that surround Marbella is the perfect place to unveil the underwater environment of the coast. Cable skiing is a great way to try a different kind of sport in a beautiful natural lake in Guadalmina Alta or San Pedro de Alcantara near Puerto Banus.

Adventurers that like to mix it up or are more into the earthly sports can always go canyoning. Malaga offers countless ravines for you to enjoy the adrenaline of climbing, abseiling or jumping off heights. Another activity could be quad biking or trekking through Fuengirola; this is a great opportunity to discover the outside beauty of the spot. With uncountable activities to choose from in different locations, Costa del Sol never disappoints its visitors!

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