The Costa del Sol's great climate is one of its main attractions as a destination. It boasts more than 300 days of sun a year and mild temperatures even in winter. It is a safe place to travel to, with excellent connections via its international airport and high-speed rail network, with a Mediterranean lifestyle that will captivate you as soon as you discover it.
However, there are a number of aspects with which you should be acquainted to ensure no unpleasant surprises during your trip to the province of Málaga: normal opening hours of museums, monuments and restaurants, safety, currency and other services to ensure that your experience is completely unforgettable. Pay close attention to our advice!
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Tourist Information Offices
The Costa del Sol has an extensive network of tourist information offices. Multilingual staff are on hand to respond to your queries. Wherever...
If you are travelling from overseas
The Costa del Sol boasts more than 320 days of sun each year and an average temperature of 18 degrees. If you travel to the coastal area , you...
Before travelling to the Costa del Sol it’s a good idea to obtain information on safety, normal opening hours and other services. The Costa del...
How to reach Málaga
Travelling to the Costa del Sol proves extremely easy as a result of its consolidated transport infrastructure . The province of Málaga is...
Travel around Málaga
Málaga province boasts an extensive and diverse transport network that provides services all along the Costa del Sol, making it easy to travel...
The Costa del Sol has no barriers. The majority of monuments, museums, restaurants, streets and beaches have been adapted for people with...