Marbella embodies culture, leisure, and glamour; it is one of the most exclusive cities in the Mediterranean and the pride of the Costa del Sol. Twenty-eight kilometers of coastline, four sports marinas, fourteen golf courses, and an exceptional climate come together to create a destination that can’t be matched.
Visiting Marbella is a unique experience. From shopping in its luxurious boutiques to dining in its distinguished restaurants, having fun in its beach clubs, and doing any kind of sport, the possibilities are endless. If relaxation is your priority, the city has many health and beauty centers, as well as a wide and exclusive range of hotels
Malaga is the best destination to enjoy culture. It has become the city of Museums, home to the Picasso Museum and other great exhibition centers like the Centre Pompidou, The Russian Museum, the automobile and Fashion Museum or the Thyssen Museum. Another must sea is the Atarazanas Market. Spain Food Sherpas offer gastronomic tours at the market to show the best delicacies ( olive oil, cheese, wine, fruit…) .
Ronda is a must see on the Costa de Sol. Some of its best-preserved gems are the old bullring, as well as the Cuenca gardens, the Mondragon Palace, the Arab baths, and the Collegiate Church of Santa Maria. This city has the largest number of wineries and the Joaquin Fernandez winery is excellent for a wine tasting and enjoying a traditional lunch in this beautiful property.
Mijas is the perfect place to enjoy peace and connect with nature any time of the year. The tranquility of Mijas pueblo, an enclave of white houses with the perfect location between the mountains and the sea; the wealth of marine fauna and flora at La Cala de Mijas; the watchtowers of Mijas Costa, along with its beach and its seafront promenade. And the ultimate spot that you won’t want to miss: its mountains.
The Caves f Nerja are the most visited ones on the Malaga province. Thet were rediscoverd in 1959 by a groupo of local kids. The caves are a genuine scientific and monumental treasure
In addition to the famous Cueva de Nerja, tranquility and virgin beaches are the other two elements that define Nerja as a tourism destination. This coastal town is at the eastern and of the comarca of Axarquia and offers multiple options to have a great day.
A path unique in the wold, Running 300m deep into the earth for over 3km, Desfiladero de los Gaitanes is arguably the most spectacular gorge in the Costa del Sol.
Immersing you in this natural wonder, Caminito del Rey is a suspended walkway that clings to the sheer rockface. It is named after King Alfonso XIII of Spain (Rey means king), who walked the route during his visit to El Chorro in the year 1921. This area affords awe-inspiring views over this spectacle of nature.
The gorge is home to over 20 caves that are not only impressive geologically, but also archaeologically, thanks to the cave art located here that dates all the way back to the Upper Paleolithic. The area is also a haven for rock climbers, though the utmost respect to the environment must be paid here, as it is a protected natural area.
The path is almost 5 miles long in a one-way direction. Part of the route us carried our on hanging walkways attached to natural rock wall.