With more than 160 kilometres of coastline, 4,500 moorings and an average temperature of 20ºC, the Costa del Sol is the ideal destination for anyone who loves nautical activities.
Make the most of its 325 days of sunshine per year by travelling along the coast by boat, gliding across the sea in a catamaran or kayak, or going diving to discover the rich variety of life on the seabed.
The province has a great deal of tradition in sailing and water sports. The warm and stable climate has transformed the province into a paradise for these particular sports. Along with sailing, other activities such as surfing, windsurfing, kite surfing and paddleboarding are becoming increasingly popular.
Water sports clubs and schools
The province's historical water sports clubs and its new schools are charged with keeping sporting tradition in Málaga alive and vibrant. They offer training and dozens of activities and courses aimed at improving your technique, or introducing you to any one of these appealing sports.
On the Costa del Sol you can enjoy water sports all year round. Sports schools keep the spirit of a number of exciting sports alive, bringing together the best of the local maritime tradition: regattas, championships and other activities take place on Malaga's coastal waters for the enjoyment of those who love the sea.
After a day spent surfing or sailing, the fun doesn't have to end when you come ashore as there is a wide range of leisure, cultural and culinary activities waiting for you on dry land.
If water sports are your passion look no further – the Costa del Sol’s the place for you.