Welcome to your costa del sol guide to Cities, Towns & Villages.

The Costa del sol, the Coast of sun and that's exactly what it is. Miles and miles of towns and villages with sun and sand. This year (2018) The Costa del Sol boast 24 blue flag beaches and 17 blue flag marina's with the concentration around Marbella. But the area has much more to offer than sun and sand. The Cities, Towns and Villages in and around The Costa del Sol are breathtaking and simply amazing, full of culture, beauty and history. Getting about is very easy. There is a railway system that runs between Malaga and Fuengirola that stops at all the coastal towns in between. This train also stops at Malaga airport which is very useful to know. Using the train is easy  costs only a few euro's and run every 20 minutes. The bus network is really good and cheap. It interconnect's with all the large town's with smaller network's to the village's. If you do not hire a car then its a good idea to find out if you are near a train station or / and find the local bus station. Car hire is by far the best way to get about. Most car hire companies have sat nav's as an optional extra which makes life easy. The A7 is the motorway that runs the length of The Costa del Sol and where ever you want to go to  will be off that motorway making navigation very easy. For more information on getting around the Costa del sol click here.








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© your costa del sol guide....... A useful and comprehensive guide to the Costa del Sol including weather, hotels, flights, holiday deal, selected Icelolly holidays deals, attractions, parking and getting around. Covering Fuengirola, Benalmadena, Marbella, Malaga, Seville, Torremolinos, Casares, Estepona, Dequesa, Sierra Nevada and many more holiday destinations on the Costa del Sol.