Christmas in Spain is full of traditions, deeply rooted and passed down from generation to generation. This year, in times of coronavirus, some of them will have to be adapted, but, we can think of many alternatives to enjoy a different and unforgettable Christmas.
It is hard not to fall in love with Benahavis. The municipality on Costa del Sol is charming and has so much to offer the visitors. For many Benahavis town is the most picturesque village in Andalusia.
The Torcal de Antequera Natural Park, in the heart of the province of Malaga, hides one of the most spectacular karst landscapes in Europe, where sinkholes, or "torcas", predominate. These are circular rock formations to which the area El Torcal owes its name.
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The gastronomy and the typical food of Andalusia are characterized by the great variety and quality of its local products. On the Costa del Sol you can find food from all over the world, but the traditional Andalusian recipes, like for example, fried fish and “Gazpacho” are typical in summer.
It is hard to say when the best time to visit Marbella is. It all depends on what you are looking for, and what you want to do. Most people do get summer, beaches, sunbathing and parties on their mind when mentioning Marbella and the Costa del Sol. But there is so much you can do and see when visiting this legendary tourist resort in Southern Spain.
Italian food is always a delicious treat, and also a great option when you are eating out with kids. And there is no need to go to Italy to find authentic pizza, pasta and antipasti.
We all spend the summer eating salads, poké, vegan dishes, fish and seafood. But now, when the evenings are getting darker and colder, what about a grill or a steak house? Grilled meat, grilled vegetables and grilled fish are all delicious.
Marinas: Leisure, yachting and entertainment: Whether you are looking for somewhere to dock your boat, to stroll around watching yachts, or food and entertainment, the marinas on Costa del Sol will never disappoint you.
Malaga is a wine-producing province, even if the wines from northern Spain are much more well known internationally, like Rioja for example. Wines from all over the province of Malaga become increasingly popular, well-known and widespread every year.