Monday, September 12, 2011

Costa Del Sol, Spain

Of all the Costa del Sol beaches, the Puerto Banus beaches may be the most popular for water sports. Tourists flock to this Mediterranean hot spot for water skiing, wind surfing, boating, yachting, and much more.
Many celebrities have been spotted at the Marbella beaches, and although this is the reputation that Marbella is now known for, many regular tourists like to treat themselves to a day at the Marbella beaches to take in the luxurious beachfront restaurants, clubs, and spas. This is the most frequented of the Costa del Sol beaches by the paparazzi, but this tends only to add to the intrigue of this exclusive area, and visitors flock there every year.....

The Mijas beaches on the Costa del Sol have a reputation as some of the cleanest in all of Europe, which tourists can find evidence of in the form of a blue flag on the beach, which indicates it as such. Mijas beaches are also known for their water sports and other recreational activities. For this reason, Mijas tends to be popular for young people, who consider the area to offer some of the best beaches on the Costa del Sol.
Nerja Beach, of all the Costa del Sol beaches, may be the most popular. The climate here is nearly perfect all year round, and the town offers a distinctively Spanish charm, with whitewashed, stucco houses, cobblestone streets, fine Catalan dining, shops, bars, and clubs. There are also a nice array of Costa del Sol hotels to choose from, within walking distance of the beach, and the area’s other attractions.
The CalaMijas Hotel, and Sunset Beach Club are reasonably priced, especially considering the luxurious amenities and beachfront locations. The CalaMijas has a big outdoor pool, in-hotel dining, and fantastic customer service. This is a perfect example of one of the Costa del Sol hotels that will not break the bank, offering an affordable, clean, comfortable and convenient starting point for your exploration of this famous region of Spain.

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