Here are some of the recommended sights

in this beautiful region of Spain


There are many places to visit while you stay on Costa del Sol in southern Spain. This area is full of beautiful beaches, architecture, and great restaurants. The hotels have everything you need for a relaxing holiday, and the local area has plenty to offer everyone, from young families to older visitors. You also have a lot of options for activities: you can go swimming, surfing or fishing. You can also enjoy some water sports like Jet Ski or water skiing.

Enjoy your stay at Costa del Sol

No matter where you are staying in Costa del Sol, there are many places to visit. There are historical landmarks, natural attractions and the best beaches in the world.

Yachts docked in Puerto Banús. Marbella, Costa del Sol

Puerto Banús

The marina is the most popular tourist destination on the Costa del Sol, with beautiful beaches and first-class restaurants. The marina Puerto Banús is also known for its nightlife scene, with clubs and bars open until late at night every night of the week!

Historical Bullfighting Arena in Ronda in Southern Spain


This town has many historical buildings from its Moorish past. The city is home to many shops and good restaurants, most of them serving Spanish cuisine. Ronda is an unforgettable excursion. Ronda is one of the most beautiful villages in Andalusia and is located very close to Seville and Malaga. This village is situated on a rocky promontory and offers incredible panoramic views of the whole valley. One of the sights is the oldest bullfighting arena in the world.

The New Bridge over El Tajo in Ronda

Ronda is famous for its so-called new bridge, Puente Nuevo, which connects the two sides of the 100-metre-deep El Tajo canyon. The bridge is called “Puente Nuevo”, but the bridge is not new at all. It was built between 1751 and 1793, and until 1839 it was the world’s highest bridge at 321,52 feet high. Ronda can easily be visited in a day when you stay at Quartiers Apartments.

The Cathedral in Malaga City Centre


The city of Malaga is known as the “Pearl of the Mediterranean”. This city has a fascinating history. Malaga is situated on the coast and is known for its history, culture and architecture. It has recently undergone significant development, with a new port built in 2016 and a new yacht marina. The city also has an extensive Roman archaeological site uncovered during construction projects in the city centre.

Beautiful Views from the Mountains

Another place to see on Costa del Sol if you like nature is the mountains, which are located between Mijas and Estepona. They provide fantastic views over the countryside and make for great walks with plenty of wildlife.

Our heated infinity pool with stunning views over the Mediterranean and the coastline

If you are not feeling up to hiking or sightseeing, it is easy to spend your time at Quartiers Apartments. There is nothing better than lounging by one of our four pools with a good book or playing games on your phone while enjoying some snacks and drinks from the kiosk! Would you like a mojito or a cold beer?

If you have any questions about where to go or what there is to do during your stay, please contact our friendly staff to answer any queries you may have.


Choose between our three different layouts, classic or premium apartments. All apartments have large outdoor area with spectacular sea views and room for everyone.

2-bed apartment


Well-planned two-bedroom apartments. Perfect for smaller families with children. Located on ground level and first floor.

3-bed apartment


Spacious corner aparments with three bedrooms. Two generous proportioned outdoor areas on each side of the apartment, perfect space for business and time on your own.

2-bed penthouse


Exclusive apartment on top floor with large outdoor areas and stunning 360-view of the mountains, ocean and the sunset. Perfect for those who want extra luxury, morning to night.