Estepona is unique amongst Andalucian coastal towns in that it has managed to retain its traditional Spanish charm whilst also providing a blend of fabulous beaches lined with delicious tapas bars and swaying palm trees.
This marvelous city is located in a mountainous area at an altitude of about 750m (2,460 feet) above sea level. The Guadalevin River flows through the city, dividing it in half and forming the impressive El Tajo canyon.
Dating back over five million years, Nerja Caves are a breathtaking natural wonder. Situated 200 meters above sea level, they cover an area of 140.000 m² and are known as the Natural Cathedral of Costa Del Sol.
Known as the meeting place of two continents, with Europe to the North and Africa to the south, the Rock of Gibraltar rises more than 400 metres above sea level and covers a land area of about 2 square miles.
Marbella is one of the Mediterranean's most cosmopolitan resorts and a top favourite for travelers. It conveys an enchanting mix of the old and the new, reflecting its ancient history and sophisticated charm.
The biggest city on the Costa Del Sol, Malaga is well known as the hometown of the famous cubist painter and sculptor Pablo Picasso. Malaga's Picasso Museum hosts 155 works of art of the greatest artist of the 20th century.