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The Costa del Sol Racecourse is located in El Chaparral, an urban development in Mijas Costa. It can be accessed from both La Cala de Mijas and road N-340, opposite the Fuengirola Castle. It is open all year round, holding day races on Sundays in autumn, winter and spring (11:30 a.m. – 2:30 p.m.), and [...]
Sol Meliá, a worldwide leader in holiday travel, is a hotel chain with 50 years’ experience. Its 350 hotels are located in more than 30 countries, and the Meliá Don Pepe is undoubtedly one of its finest. Completely renovated in 2004, this luxury hotel is an oceanfront property, situated on the sea promenade, only 500 [...]
The Benalmádena Sea Centre (“Classroom of the Sea”) is an interpretation centre that also focuses on nature conservation, while actually being located at the beach itself. Special leisure activities are offered for children, including guided tours through the centre and outdoor trips. Benalmádena Sea Centre also has an oceanographic laboratory, which allows direct contact with [...]
In Mijas, in the heart of the Costa del Sol and surrounded by golf courses, you’ll find the Gran Hotel Guadalpin Byblos, a five-star grand luxury hotel. Located within a private housing estate, and completely closed to the traffic for superb peace and quiet, it’s the ideal place to enjoy with the family.
The Westin La Quinta Golf Resort, Marbella-Benahavís, is the most recent jewel of the Costa del Sol -a true paradise in the heart of the famous Marbella Golf Valley, where the green hills beautifully blend with the blue colour of the Mediterranean Sea.
Olivia Valere is one of the best-known women of the Costa del Sol. She came to Marbella more than twenty years ago, and opened her leisure centre in 1997. The facilities include a restaurant -Palacio Babilonia-, a private club -Le Privé restaurant-lounge bar-, and a night club – Olivia Valere -. The Marbella’s location has [...]
This museum is located in the heart of Malaga, in the former Victoria Tavern, a building that dates back to the 17th century. Following completion of its purchase in 1974, the building was restored and refurbished as a museum, inaugurated in 1976.