Marbella is one of the most charming cities in the entire Andalusia and Costa del Sol.
It offers countless things to see and do, as the sandy beaches, archaeological attractions and the Andalusian village charm that captivates every visitor. A step away from any street in the heart of Marbella, you'll find magnificent beaches. From the famous beach of La Bajadilla, you can walk to Puerto Banús, one of the most famous marinas in the world and a symbol for the city. Strolling more to the city's history, explore the old town and the Arab castle from the 5th or 6th Century.
Take a walk at the narrow streets near Plaza de Los Naranjos and give yourself a refreshing break at the cosmopolitan cafes of this square. Do not miss to taste the traditional churros with melting chocolate!
Seville is the capital of Andalusia and a city full of architectural and historical attractions, as the Spanish culture emerges from the first visit.
Seville has something for everyone, from great Catholic monuments to the historic buildings and great tapas bars at the enchanting old neighbourhoods.
Seville's Catholic church is the largest Gothic cathedral in the world. Its construction started in 1401 and lasted for over 100 years. Along with the cathedral, the other must-see architectural attraction of Seville is the Royal Alcázar Palace. It is an Arab and Moorish palace that is still the Royal Residence, but it also operates as a tourist attraction.
The place is worth seeing for its vast gardens with fountains, water jets and flower beds. The tour of the whole area will take you up to 2 hours.
Close your day at Plaza de España. Its shape is a semi-circle, surrounded by a row of buildings and two tall towers on the flanks of the square.
A large fountain is standing in the middle, and you can rent a boat and sail through the round canal.
Algeciras is the largest city at Gibraltar Bay and one of the largest ports in Europe.
It is an industrial city with a genuine port atmosphere. You can start wandering around the city by visiting Plaza Alta. It is the landmark of Algeciras, which represents the city in its own beautiful way, surrounded by dozens of shops, restaurants and cafes.
There is a lovely mosaic fountain in the centre of this small square, surrounded by mosaic walls inspired by the local culture, with substantial Arab influence. Walking through the old town, you can find the local street markets selling local produce and finding several traditional tea shops that specialise in the traditional Moroccan mint tea.
Do not miss to taste the local dishes in one of the plenty restaurants with the spectacular view of Gibraltar Rock.
Malaga is the capital of Costa del Sol, a seaside city full of history, sun and sightseeing with scenic beaches and landscapes to explore.
Although Malaga is one of the top European destinations for cosmopolitan vacations, its historical sights are also breathtaking. Castillo de Gibralfaro, the giant castle and the Alcazaba, the Moorish fortress-palace, built back in the 8th century, are the top attractions you can not miss visiting. Malaga is also known as the birthplace of Pablo Picasso, and you have the chance to pay tribute to the famous painter admiring his artwork at Picasso's museum.
After the sightseeing, you can relax at the Malagueta sandy beach or taste local food in one of the numerous tapas bars you can find all over the city or enhance the city vibes from a rooftop bar staring the sea view.
Fuengirola is one of the most visited towns in Costa del Sol, offering 8 kilometres of sandy beaches to visitors and a wide range of entertainment activities.
Fuengirola has three beaches awarded with Blue Flags, and Playa de Fuengirola is one of them. It is the main beach of this coastal town, where you can enjoy the soft sand, the clear blue waters, and beach bars' amenities.
Visiting the city centre is also a must. Wander in the old town and take a break at the famous Plaza de la Constitución, the meeting point for the locals, where you can find exclusive shops, cozy cafes and tapas bars. Fuengirola, although, is much more than a summer resort. Its history counts back many centuries, and Sohail Castle is one of the most remarkable aspects of its history that you can admire. The fortification was built by Phoenicians to protect the city from invaders approaching through the sea around 956 d.C.