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What to see in Costa del Sol: Tips and itinerary

  • Business Mobility
  • June 23, 2023
how to see in costa del sol

Costa del Sol is one of the most fascinating places in Andalusia. As the name itself suggests, the “Costa del Sol” boastsmore than 300 days of sunshine a year and is a coastal stretch full of enchanting beaches and crystal clear waters.

This area of Spain is so attractive to tourists because it combines scenic beauty with the fun and culture of art cities.

Among the most popular cities on the Costa del Sol, there are Malaga (birthplace of the famous painter Pablo Picasso), Marbella, Fuengirola, Torremolinos, Benalmádena and Estepona, each with its own unique personality and attractions.

Visiting these stunning places can be even easier and more convenient by choosing the LimoLane tour. With LimoLane, in fact, you can set off to the Costa del Sol by renting a private vehicle and driver, who will manage the entire itinerary for you.

Let’s discover together the stages of a premium experience that will take you to the most fascinating places on the Costa del Sol.

Where is the Costa del Sol located?

The Costa del Sol is located in the region of Andalusia, in southern Spain

Specifically, speaking of the extension, the western Costa del Sol begins east of Malaga and reaches as far as the city of Manilva, bordering the province of Cadiz. The Costa del Sol borders with the Mediterranean Sea and is famous for having a mild climate all year round.

How do you get to Costa del Sol?

There are several ways to get to the Costa del Sol, depending on your starting point. 

Certainly one of the most popular solutions is by plane: the Málaga-Costa del Sol airport, located near Málaga, is the main hub of the region and is well connected to many destinations in Europe and the rest of the world. 

If you depart from Spanish territory, you can also get to the Costa del Sol by train: in fact, Málaga is connected by high-speed solutions to cities such as Madrid, Seville, and Cordoba.

Another option is by bus: there are several companies that offer this service, with different departure points in Spain, but also in France. 

Finally, if you are looking for a safe, reliable and confidential way to get to the Costa del Sol, you can choose the Chauffeur service.

What to see on the Costa del Sol?

The Costa del Sol stretches about 150 kilometers along the Mediterranean Sea, between the towns of Nerja to the east and Manilva to the west. 

There are so many things to see in Andalusia: LimoLane offers a unique Travel Experience, with an itinerary designed to give you the best Costa del Sol experience. 

We’ll move together through incredible sights, cities with centuries of history and enchanting beaches. Here is our four-day Costa del Sol itinerary.

Day 1 – Marbella and Puerto Banús 

Starting from the streets of the old town of Marbella, enveloped in Andalusian architecture, you can immerse yourself in an atmosphere that exudes timeless charm. 

Here, sun-soaked beaches and lavish residences create a harmony of luxury and beauty. In Puerto Banús, glittering yachts and high-fashion boutiques lend a touch of glamour to this extraordinary stop.

Day 2 – Sotogrande 

After a night at the hotel and a soft awakening, you will set off for Sotogrande, a place of rare sophistication known for its breathtaking views and for being an extraordinary culinary destination, where gastronomic excellence is combined with an exclusive atmosphere. 

Relax, elegance and tranquility will be the ingredients that will accompany you throughout the day, until your personal driver takes you back to your hotel.

Day 3 – Estepona 

The following morning, after an Andalusian breakfast of bocadillos and jamón iberico, it’s time to discover the beauty of Estepona. 

Boarding your Chauffeur-driven car, you will be taken to this picturesque coastal village, where charming narrow streets will take you on a journey into the past, amid a mix of history and splendid panoramic views. 

Here you can enjoy an aperitif at the charming Puerto Deportivo de Estepona, before hitting the road again.

Day 4 – Benahavís 

The last day will be time to visit the charming village of Benahavís, known as the “temple of gastronomy,” which is a true paradise for food lovers. 

The delicious flavors and exquisite dishes will delight you, while the unique atmosphere will make you feel as if you are in another dimension, before being taken back into complete relaxation on the way back.

Why choose the LimoLane Travel Experience on the Costa del Sol?

Experiencing all the beauty of the Costa del Sol is even easier with LimoLane. 

You can stay for four days in the most beautiful places in Andalusia, aboard a premium vehicle and with all the comforts of a private driver at your disposal.

Specifically, with LimoLane you can count on:

  • A premium vehicle, adapted to your travel conditions;
  • A driver who speaks your language, available to accompany you on every step of your journey;
  • A service with high levels of privacy and confidentiality;
  • Fixed tour costs, with no surprises.

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