29 Sep 2023, 05:38

Tourism in Costa del Sol and Costa Tropical


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the : 13/05/2014

Visit Costa del Sol and Costa Tropical


Costa Tropical is the next place to be in Spain. Many small Andalusian towns deserve to be visited :




Nerja was once a sleepy fishing village but now the town has a population of over 21,000.


The Balcon de Europa is a magnificent promenade that was made famous by King Alfonso XII, who's statue now takes pride of place at the far end. Close by is the 17th century Church of El Salvador, and the beautiful gardens of Capistrano Playa.


The town boasts an active Centro de Cultura, and a new attraction is The Fuente de Europa in Verano Azul Park, which is a very impressive monument, made from pieces of stone donated from EU member states.


There are many beaches to be found either side and in front of the town, including Burriana with its numerous cafés and restaurants. Here too, you can take advantage of the water sports on offer, including water skiing, scuba diving and sailing. Just outside Nerja on the coast road towards Maro is a very impressive aquaduct which used to supply the local sugar factory, but is now used to carry water to local farms.




Torrox is said to have the 'best climate in Europe', with sea views and protection from the cold North winds by the Tejeda and Almijara mountains.


Torrox Costa boasts 9 km of wide sandy beaches, with many chiringuito's and restaurants to choose from. Torrox Pueblo is a typical whitewashed Andalucian village, steeped in history with remains dating back to the Romans.


Between La Herradura and Salobrena, you may also find many hotels in Almunecar.


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