6 Must-See Sights In, Around, And Even Beyond The Costa Del Sol

by Liz Seyi Digital marketing manager

Nestled in the southern regions of Spain, the Costa del Sol is a beloved tourist destination that is famous for its stunning coastline, miles of beautiful beaches, and lively nightlife.

From vibrant cities full of culture to pristine natural landscapes waiting to be explored, the region really has does something to offer everyone.

So, for the benefit of those of you who may be looking to do a spot of sightseeing in Andalucia, perhaps taking advantage of Simply Shuttles’ private hire services to make it easier, we thought we’d put the spotlight on six of the sights around the region that you have to see.

  1. Gibraltar

Located off the southernmost tip of Spain, but not part of Spain at all, this British Overseas Territory is connected to the mainland by a thin strip of land in the Strait of Gibraltar.

Home to many remarkable sights, like the world-famous Rock of Gibraltar and St. Michael’s Cave, Gibraltar is also a great place to shop for duty-free goods, and makes a wonderful day trip for visitors to the Costa del Sol.

  1. Nerja Caves

Dating back to the Palaeolithic era, these stunning limestone caves are a major tourist attraction in the region. Featuring an impressive variety of stalactites and stalagmites, the caves are believed to have been used for shelter by early humans 40,000 years ago.

  1. Marbella

This glamorous city on the Costa del Sol is a shopper’s paradise, full of designer boutiques and luxury hotels. Be sure to visit the historic Old Town or take a leisurely stroll along the promenade to really relax.

  1. Mijas

This charming village in the hills behind Marbella is a great spot for a day trip. Wander through the narrow cobblestone streets, sample local cuisine at one of the many restaurants, or take a horse-drawn carriage ride through the village.

  1. Estepona

This vibrant coastal town is known for its fine beaches, excellent seafood restaurants, and lively nightlife. Be sure to spend some time at Playa de la Rada—a beautiful beachfront promenade lined with shops and restaurants.

  1. Costa Tropical

If you’re looking for a chance to escape the hustle and bustle of city life, the Costa Tropical is a great spot for some relaxation.

This tranquil region—which stretches from Motril to Almeria—is known for its picturesque fishing villages, stunning beaches, and gorgeous natural landscapes. Visit Granada’s Sierra Nevada mountains for breathtaking views, or explore the nearby Nerja Caves for some truly unique sights.

Final thoughts

With so much to see and do on the Costa del Sol and beyond its borders, it can be hard to know where to start. But of course, that is very much the pleasure of visiting and holidaying here.

Whether you’re looking for an exciting night out or a peaceful getaway, the region has something for everyone. So, why not call +34 951 279 117 today to book the private hire services that will make your sightseeing in Andalucia even quicker and more straightforward in 2023

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About Liz Seyi Magnate I   Digital marketing manager

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