Málaga and the Costa del Sol: 150-kilometre of coast washed by the warm Mediterranean Sea in a weather promising 325 sunny days a year. No doubt it’s a perfect place for sun & sand tourism, but the province has a much wider range of holiday options, and this makes it the more attractive.
The region’s success as a travel destination is enhanced by its being so well-connected: Pablo Ruiz Picasso International Airport offers regular flights to the main European cities, the Málaga Port harbours transatlantic cruises, the train station is about to welcome the first high-speed train to reach the area, and roads make a strong and reliable network. However, none of these would be of use if the facilities and services didn’t match up the communications infrastructure.
This is precisely the province’s main strength. Its top-rate hospitality sector features nineteen five-star hotels and many restaurants of national and international renown. Moreover, Málaga has the ideal facilities for both social and corporate events, and provides excellent corporate services, allowing for the perfect combination of work and leisure, especially for golf and yachting lovers. Málaga: a paradise to unveil and enjoy.
Category: Costa del Sol luxury holidays