The Costa del Sol (Andalucía region) is one of the most popular all-year-round destinations of Europe with an average temperature of 20 degrees and a wide range of attractions in the area including excellent beaches (canal meteo), attraction parks, and world-renowned golf courses designed by the top golfers (see visita costa del sol, Malaga golf). One can see why this area attracts visitors, young and old.
Property for sale in the Costa del Sol is as popular as ever and, with its winning combination of excellent golf courses and leisure facilities, great weather and good investment potential, the Costa del Sol continues to attract numerous foreign property buyers.
Malaga airport provides daily flights to the main European cities, ensuring excellent access and cheap flights to and from the Costa del Sol area. Ryanair, Easy Jet, Clickair, BMI Baby are some of the companies that operate from Malaga airport.
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Málaga-Pablo Ruiz Picasso international airport is 8km from Málaga City and 5km from Torremolinos. Its two terminals are easily accessible by car or public transport from the capital city of the Costa del Sol and other important locations
Most observations about traditional Málaga cuisine are in agreement that it is notable for the simplicity of its ingredients, the variety of its dishes and the exceptional flavour imparted by optimum use of excellent natural products in preparing its extensive catalogue of recipes, which are closely linked to the so-called “Mediterranean diet” that has been so highly regarded for years by the most knowledgeable gourmets for its proven healthy benefits
Wine production has always been important in the area. It is not by chance that the province has 5,000 hectares of vineyards distributed in five regions –Axarquía, the Málaga Mountains, Serranía de Ronda, the Western Coast and Antequera– and two designations of origin: DO Málaga and DO Sierra de Málaga. There is also mention of the Málaga Wine Museum, with its interesting collection of labels and bottles, interactive posters and courses in wine tasting.
As for olive oil, the province of Málaga has 120,000 hectares of olive trees, some of them being more than 100 years old, like the ones still kept in Periana (Axarquía) or in Alameda.