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Costa Del Sol holidays

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Destination The Costa del Sol in the south of Spain is the perfect antidote to British weather with over 300 days of sunshine a year. How nice does it sound to have great weather in the bag? Be sure to pack your sun cream! Apart from the sun, a Costa del Sol holiday is great as there’s something for everyone and the coastline is packed with sandy beaches, palm trees, mountains and marinas. If your tan is in good hands, try a round of golf at one of the forty luxurious courses, or take a spa day for pure relaxation and let’s face it, awesome smells! If you’re more into the region’s famous artist Picasso and seeing the Cathedral of Malaga than going wild, give the beach parties and nightclubs a miss during the summer.

With the warm Spanish sun on your back, golden beaches, fresh tapas and cocktails to meet your fancy, what’s stopping you from booking a holiday in Costa del Sol? The possibilities are endless, from hiking in the mountains to swimming in the warm ocean, and you’ve got a dazzling choice of bars and restaurants for food in the evenings. You know you want it...book a holiday to Costa del Sol with Qwerty Travel today.
For Singles

When: We recommend you travel in May to July if you’re a sun worshipper and want to see the region buzzing with events and festivals.

Where: Stay in the lively city of Marbella for luxurious shopping, fresh seafood and the chance to meet a celeb! Imagine the start of a Hollywood romance overlooking the yachts in the marina...

Why: Be master of your destiny and see Spain through independent eyes, with mornings trekking the mountains and afternoons on the beach eyeing up the local talent. You know, there’s a chance you might not come back solo!

For Groups

When: Late spring is the best time to go to beat the crowds and still get the appealing heat of the sun. If you’re looking to do water sports, this is a great time as the water will be deliciously warm.

Where: Without a doubt, check in at Malaga to experience some of the best nightlife and vogue restaurants. You don’t have to go far for excellent choice, as this coastal resort is said to have the biggest concentration of bars in Europe! Gives London a run for its money, right?

Why: Get the rounds in at your choice of bars, clubs and restaurants after days beating each other at golf or competing for the best holiday tan.

For Couples

When: Go hand and hand into the sunset anytime during April and May. The temperatures are a little cooler so there’s space for heating things up and you’ll get more privacy before the peak tourist season.

Where: For alone time and a chance to reach the dizzy heights of a Jane Austen romance, head to Mijas, a cosy village with cobbled streets. There’s also a secluded beach to help you both unwind...or something like that.

Why: Quite simply, where’s more romantic than the Costa del Sol? There’s sun, sand and tapas! So relax on the beach, take a dip in the sea and then be that couple who feeds each other at restaurants in the evening. You’ll be so loved up that the romance will stay with you long after you’ve landed back in blustery Britain.

For Families

When: As Costa del Sol holidays have warm weather all year round, you can enjoy a getaway during school breaks. We recommend booking for the Easter hols when grabbing a spot on the sand will be easy-peasy and soft skin will be more protected.

Where: It just has to be Nerja is your looking for beach variety and a place to unwind. If you want somewhere more energetic, try Torremolinos where you can shop and go to Aqualand, Costa del Sol’s largest waterpark. Who’d stick their nose up at that? No one!

Why: Because children can be picky and the Costa del Sol will keep them all happy! Get yourselves on as many beaches as you like, swim in the calm seas and have day trips to nearby waterparks.

Weather The Costa del Sol, the southernmost region of Spain, has earned the nickname ‘coast of the sun’ for its typical Mediterranean weather. The seasons loosely follow the British, but with a bit more punch. Summers are hot and dry with an average of 29C and sea temperatures of 23C, so there’s no excuse not to pack the bathing suit! In autumn, the sun still shines but the area is known to experience short showers, yet it’s still great for a beach break as temperatures stay around 23C...sure beats having the heating on and grabbing that extra jumper, doesn’t it? Yes!
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What to expectPack your suitcase ready for joyful giggling, historic buildings and long walks along the beautiful Mediterranean landscape. The beaches are diverse and around every corner, while the shopping will require some extra space in your luggage! For those wanting sun, culture, spas and mountains, you can’t get much more perfect than Costa del Sol. What could be bad about that? However, if you’re more in the mood for a home away from home with karaoke and a themed nightlife, hit the more northern resorts of Spain, like Benidorm.
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