cheap holidays costa del sol

Cheap holidays Costa del Sol

If you are looking for cheap holidays to Spain, you might want to consider the Costa del Sol. It is a region that is awash with colour and bathed in history. With a bit of art and culture thrown in, it is the ideal place to soak up the sun, experience another way of life and sample traditional Mediterranean food.

The Costa del Sol, also known as the sunshine coast, is one of the most popular holiday destinations in Europe. With glorious beaches, mild year-round climate with gorgeous summers, and a lively and exotic atmosphere, it is no wonder it has become so trendy.

Despite its popularity, you can still get cheap holidays Costa del Sol. Whether you are looking for an all-inclusive deal or something tailor-made, there is something to suit every taste and budget.

How to get to the Costa del Sol – Cheap holidays Costa del Sol

Malaga is the main town and is served by an international airport with plenty of cheap flights from all over Europe and good connections to other resorts in the Costa del Sol. If you prefer to travel by sea, a 10 – 20 minute walk from the sea port will take you into the centre or you can catch a train right into the heart of this vibrant city. Whichever mode of transportation you choose for Costa Del Sol holidays, there will be trains, buses or taxis to take you to holiday rentals.

cheap holidays costa del sol

cheap holidays costa del sol

Where to stay – Cheap holidays Costa del Sol

Throughout the Costa Del Sol there is an eclectic mix of elegant, modern and more traditional hotels, holiday homes, and apartments with a very wide range of prices from budget to luxurious.

Staying in a hotel gives you of economy or indulgence, but access restrictions may apply. A more desirable alternative may be to rent an apartment. Usually, these holiday rentals work out considerably cheaper than paying for a hotel. An added advantage of an apartment is the flexibility. You can come and go as you please, stay in all day if you wish, eat in the apartment or eat out. This is a major advantage for those who are travelling with children, making it more like a holiday home in Spain with all the convenience and comfort that entails.

For cheap holidays Costa del Sol (Spain), Holidays2Malaga has economical rental apartments with all the necessary amenities and perks. Children stay for free, cots, high chairs, and baby baths can be made available, and on arrival there is a free welcome pack with wine, chocolates and water.

Rent apartments are available in all sizes and can accommodate couples or large families or groups traveling together. From basic accommodation to apartments with pools, rooftop terraces, and balconies with sea views, in town centres or near to the beach, there’s a holiday home to suit everyone.

Holidays2Malaga obviously has Malaga at its heart but also offer Costa del Sol holidays in the popular resorts of Torremolinos and Fuengirola.

Where to eat – Cheap holidays Costa del Sol

There are a great many places to eat all along the Costa Del Sol, from sophisticated eateries, luxury restaurants or street market stalls, each offering authentic and tasty Mediterranean food. There is also a big selection of seafood, Moroccan restaurants, and local cafes, offering a selection of associated meals. Naturally, the area is populated with the ubiquitous Spanish tradition – the tapas bar.

One of the best ways to sample and enjoy the local food is to book a Malaga tapas tour with Holidays2Malaga, where you will learn about local history and go to some of the best places to enjoy first-rate local food, sample traditional cuisine, and taste the distinctive local sweet wine.

cheap holidays costa del sol

cheap holidays costa del sol

cheap holidays costa del sol

Where to go and what to see – Cheap holidays Costa del Sol

Holiday homes in Spain bring you fun in the sun but are also a great way to explore the sights and experience the traditional Spanish way of life. With shops, theme parks, beaches, gardens, safari parks, go-karting, remarkable architecture and quirky museums, there is always plenty to see and do.

Malaga itself has much to offer. The centre of the town has a labyrinth of cobbled streets, with charming boutiques, trendy stores and designer shops. It is a great place to shop for yourself or buy gifts and souvenirs to take home for friends and loved ones. The surrounding towns and villages are a great way to experience the traditional culture and enjoy the relaxation associated with Spanish life.

cheap holidays costa del sol

For getting out and about to see the sights, Holidays2Malaga excursions offer variety at very competitive prices. Travel to well-known cities like Granada, Cordoba or Seville. Visit Moorish villages such as Frigiliana with its Moorish fortress, where you can buy local pottery and indulge in the local wine. Visit Nerja, which is a pretty fishing village with narrow winding streets and little gift shops, or the nearby caves with extensive grottos and archeological remains.

You might want to take a trip to Gibraltar, taking in a shopping trip or rock tour, or visit the monkey enclosure and see the famous macaques. If you want something more exotic, a ferry ride will take you to Tangier in Morocco. This amazing and colourful historic city provides insight into the exotic North African culture of rich architecture, spice markets, snake charmers and much more. You can also see traditional carpets and local handicrafts, or have lunch in a typical restaurant.

Closer to your holiday home in Spain, you might want to indulge in any of the cultural tours on offer, where you can spend time at Malaga’s automobile museum, or the famous Picasso museum in the historic heart of the city, and learn more about his life and his art.

There’s plenty of activities to keep all ages and tastes happy. The annual Malaga City Fair takes place in the third week of August and offers eight days of festivities, parades and street parties, with flamenco and vino thrown in. And even without the fair, Malaga has a lively night scene with a variety of bars and clubs and a tremendous party atmosphere where you can dance the night away.

cheap holidays costa del sol

Golfers are especially attracted to cheap holidays Costa del Sol. There are 66 golf courses in Malaga province alone, so you have plenty to choose from. And to ensure there are no golf widows, there is much to keep you occupied. For something a little more relaxing, try one of the spa resorts where you can choose between a seawater or freshwater experience, or an algae bath.

If you are a beach lover, Malaga offer cheap holidays where the shallow sandy beaches with clean, white sand and clear blue sea, are safe for playing and swimming with the kids, or topping up your tan. After a day of fun in the sun chill out in the evenings with a glass of wine or a cocktail, while watching the sun set over the stunning Mediterranean Sea.

With holiday homes in Spain from, you’ll have money to enjoy your Spanish experience fully without breaking the bank. Whatever your taste or budget, whether you are old or young, travelling as a couple, with a group of friends or with kids in tow, Costa Del Sol holidays have something to offer everyone.