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Parking is available along the length of the beach area and there are also bus and taxi stops. The beach has wheelchair access and is Blue Flag approved with a lifeguard usually present from 1 June to 30 Sept.

The famous Levante sunrise and Poniente Sunset stretch the length of this resort gently shelving into the warn sea. Fine sand and well served by beach bars with watersports and facilities along the entire length. Pedestrianised promenade along the length of the Levante beach. Can become very busy during peak season and parking can be difficult. Both are Blue Flag approved and lifeguards present year around.

This relatively small cove, approximately m, consists of shingle and pebbles. This is a quiet and picturesque bay used by naturists. Cala Blanca Beach has beautiful scenery and an authentic Spanish restaurant. From the distance, you can the boats moored up in the bay by the purple caves. There are a few rock pools to explore and the sea is great for snorkelling.

Cala Grandella is small but full of character. Measuring at about m, this is a cove consisting of shingle, pebbles and rock with clear water.

A lifeguard is present with safety flags indicating swimming conditions. Canoeing is available and sunbeds and parasols are available for hire. Diving and snorkelling are also popular here. Shower and toilet facilities are also present. A bar and restaurant overlook the fantastic view from this bay. Ample parking is available nearby with view points overlooking the bay. Barraca Portitxol is an exceptional rustic cover consisting of shingle, pebbles and rock.

This cove looks out to the beautiful Isle of Portitxol. The beach has the advantage of a shallow bay with the water gradually sloping, making it ideal for paddling or shallow snorkelling. There is a lifeguard present with safety flags indicating swimming conditions. Canoeing is available for the more active, along with view points to enjoy the stunning scenery. Toilet facilities are also available. There are a selection of restaurants behind the beach.

Cala Pope Tango is a wonderfully unique smaller cove. It is rustic with sand and small pebbles, great for exploring. You can enjoy a spot of diving and this cove also has safety flags and buoys to advise of swimming conditions.

There are ample facilities nearby including restaurants and a bar. This is a small cove consisting of shingle and pebbles, with view points and accessible only by foot. Denia has a long stretch of beach from the resort centre northwards towards Olivo. Fine sand and gently shelving, the beach is rarely crowded throughout the year.

Well served by beach bars and shower facilities and parking is available throughout the length of the beach. Denia also has a number of smaller coves and shingle beaches providing a peaceful alternative. Blue Flag approved and lifeguard present 1 June to 30 Sept. El Benissero extends from the Port breakwater along to the Parador hotel.

This is a semi-urban open beach with shingles and rocks, making the water crystal clear. This beach is popular for walking. Here you can hire jet skis or take a perch at one of the chiringuitos.

Windsurfing and canoeing are also available here at El Benissero. If you want to hire a jet ski you'll need photo ID. There is a lifeguard facility here with safety flags for swimming conditions.

Sunbeds and parasols are available to hire and there are also shower facilities. There is also a car park and bus service nearby. A restaurant and bar are also located here. A sandy cove surrounded by high cliffs makes this one of the most picturesque beaches on the coast. The small promenade features a range of shops and some good quality restaurants.

The resort centre is walking distance and offers a wide range of facilities and parking. Granadella Beach is found at the end of a winding lane and has a gravel car park. Lifeguards are on duty during high season. The beach is made up of stones and is popular with the locals, as the water is very clear and there are lots of rocks eith side, making it a lovely cove. There are 2 beach front restaurants available. The pebbly beach runs from the Parador end of the sandy Arenal beach, all the way to the Port.

During the summer months this pebbly beach has some lovely beach bars dotted along the route, a great place for anything from breakfast to sun downers and on into the night.

Most offer wifi, TV, food and of course drinks. Take a dip in the sea, watch the world go by and enjoy some of the amazing fireworks set over the sea in July normally as part of the Moors and Christians Fiesta.

The gently shelving beach of L'Ampolla lies just a short distance from the resort centre. Fine sand and with good childrens facilities with a playpark showers available. There is also a beach bar and plenty of parking which also serves the resort centre. With fine golden sand, it has all kind of services and facilities and in summer nights it becomes an improvised cinema.

It is delimited by a well cared waterfront where restaurants, ice-cream stalls and all kind of shops follow one another. Equipment and services: this beach has special handicapped persons facilities, red cross, playground, sports area, restaurants, camping, lifeguards, beach umbrellas and hammocks, parking, walloways, cleaning service and waste bins. You can just see the 16th century Cap d'Or watchtower used to warn against Barbary pirates.

Benissa's La Fustera beach is a short distance down from the coastal road and is popular with the locals. The La Fustera supermarket open all year is nearby. To the north of Calpe on the winding coastal road towards Moraira are a number of coves and marinas proving clean and safe facilities, well maintained and groomed daily.

Each of the coves has access to one of the commercial centres along the coast road. There is parking at each of the coves and some have small beach bars providing drinks and snacks throughout the day. The coves provide excellent snorkelling and boats can be chartered for Scuba diving. Lifeguards are available during peak season. Bus and taxi stops are also along the beach, enabling easy access. This beach has scenic walks and you can stop at a restaurant there for a bite to eat.

This is a semi urban beach with rocks and shingle. Ministre is located between El Benissero and Arenal. You can see here where the Toscan stone used to be excavated.

For a beach with more facilities, Arenal is a short distance. Moraira beach has everything you need and you can even choose between fine sand, rocks or pebbles! This beach is not over-populated and has a range of excellent facilities, including beach games, restaurants, washing facilties, a watch tower to admire the amazing view and ample parking.

Plenty of parking nearby although in peak season may be busy with locals. Blue Flag approved with lifeguard present 1June to 30Sept. This is a small rustic cove with shingle and rocks. Surrounded by white cliffs and some rock pools, this cove is only accessed by foot. You can enjoy the stunning scenery from the view point on the promenade. Ample parking is nearby. A small cove with good facilities including a bar and restaurant and a small port with fishing boats and boat for fishing charters.

The beach views across to the Penon De Ifach and some of the modern architecture of the resort of Calpe. Parking available. Segon Muntanyar is a semi urban, rough and rocky area of beach that is popular for walking. A restaurant serves this beach and and there are also bus services. There's something about Spain that means that culinary excellence is in its very roots. The country may be a relaxed one, yes, but the flavours and tastes that can be experienced in Spanish cuisine is an exciting adventure, and one that's best experienced in the coastal regions of the country, places such as Costa Blanca.

The close proximity to the ocean of course indicates that there'll be plenty of seafood on the typical Costa Blanca menu, but be sure to expect a healthy dose of meat too, along with great use of seasonal produce and locally sourced herbs, spices and oils.

For incredibly fresh seafood, why not venture down to the harbour and buy directly from the fisherman? The Spanish markets are a must-see for many of the Costa Blanca visitors, and there's an abundance of them to explore. One of the most favoured markets is the one in the town of Moraira, held every Friday morning just behind the town centre.

Here you'll find an abundance of fresh, seasonal fruit and vegetables as well as nuts, spices and oils, herbs and dried fruit, along with many non-food items too. A very similar market takes place every Thursday in Javea, too. Be sure to also take a look at the slightly smaller market in Teulada.

It takes place on a Wednesday, and is much more of a local market. Here, you'll find more practical items and excellent quality food for a little less than in Moraira. If you've hired a car and are happy to travel a little further afield for produce, then be sure to check out Denia, Altea and Benissa. All of these host markets that are full of local flavour, but be sure to ask about the specific days and times when you arrive in Costa Blanca.

In Costa Blanca, the food is very traditional; the flavours are strong and the colours are vibrant, and there are most certainly a few dishes that you should try during your time in the resort. You'll find some more foodie tips and the nicest places to try the dishes in Villa Plus Guide to Costa Blanca , but in the meantime, have a look at some of these speciality dishes Paella — Perhaps one of the most iconic dishes of Spain, Paella makes use of everything that the country is great at producing.

Fresh fish, saffron-infused rice and local vegetables make this dish a tasty treat, and seems to taste even better when ordered in a giant pan to share between you and your guests. Cocido con Pelotas — Though a potage, the tasty dish combines little balls made of egg and parsley that appear in the soup both crumbled and fried. Arroz a banda — At its essence, arroz a banda is a simple dish, though it can be paired with extra bits depending on the preference of the chef.

Typically, it is rice that's cooked with dried red peppers to give it a little kick, but is often served up with calamari squid , shrimp, chicken or pork with garlic. You cannot ignore the prevalence of tapas dishes in this region of Spain, either.

Though the above dishes are delectable too, there are few things more exciting in a meal than sharing a few small plates, giving you the option to sample as many bites as possible! This is a growing notion in the UK too, and though tapas dishes feel like they could be difficult to recreate at home, in actual fact they are simple and easy to prepare — perfect to eat with a group of friends and a good bottle of wine.

Here, we have easy versions of two Spanish favourites: Patatas bravas with chorizo, and Paella with squid. Firstly, you'll create the very thick sauce that you'll eventually stir into the potatoes.

To do this, you need to fry the onion, garlic, chilli, paprika and cayenne pepper in the olive oil until browned. Next, add the chopped tomatoes, combine, and leave it to simmer until a nice, thick paste is formed — this will take around 20 minutes.

In the meantime, steam the potatoes for around 10 minutes. In another frying pan, slowly cook the chorizo so that its oils are released. Once the potatoes are steamed, add them to the chorizo pan, and turn the heat up! Once browned, they are ready to serve up with your sauce. To get started, put the olive oil in a frying pan and heat, before adding the chorizo, onion and garlic, allowing to cook until softened.

Then add the turmeric, stirring the pan's contents as you go, before adding the prawns, peas and rice along with a good dose of boiling water, around ml. Keep stirring until everything is combined and cooked through before serving — don't forget those lemon wedges, they make a great visual addition when plating up! French Riviera. Italy Puglia. Portugal Algarve. Our finest villas that offer a little something extra. New to Villa Plus. Destination Villa Name Any Destination.

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Once upon a time, La Carihuela belonged to Torremolinos and was its fishing area. Nowadays, located on its western outskirts, La Carihuela still retains its charm and quaintness with narrow streets, a lovely new pedestrian promenade lined with fabulous fish restaurants and an extensive stretch of sandy beach with beds and umbrellas for hire, pedaloes, windsurfing and bars with showers and toilets.

The Marbesa beach is a long narrow stretch sand popular with local residents. There is no promenade here but the rather quality residential area of Marbesa overlooks it, with plenty of parking. A good choice of restaurants and bars some having sunbeds and umbrellas for hire. Popular with the locals for jogging and walking. Take the Las Chapas exit off the N and head down to the beach. Mijas Costa is the long stretch of coast between Fuengirola and Marbella along which many urbanisations have sprung up on the inland side of the N and pedestrian bridges and under passes have been built to enable access to the many beaches.

The majority of the beaches are sandy but fairly narrow. The urbanisations of Riviera del Sol and Calahonda all have access to reasonable beaches where a beach bar or restaurant is never far away and they will all have toilets and sunbed and umbrella hire. The Nueva Andalucia beach is situated a 15 minute stroll west of Puerto Banus and is sandy and well equipped. Several beach clubs overlook the beach, including the Moosh Moosh at Villamarina and although not a formal promenade, it is an easy walk into Puerto Banus to enjoy the nightlife and shopping.

A good choice of beach restaurants and bars with toilets, showers and sunbed and umbrella hire. Windsurfing and pedalo hire available and jet ski and speed boat hire from the marina itself.

It is also known as Playa de las Dunas-Carib and is a naturist beach. It can be best accessed by the Cabopino exit off the N and turning right into the sand dunes before arriving at the marina.

You will see signs for Andres beach bar. Usual facilities with sunbed and umbrella hire and toilets. Turn off the N coast road and follow signs down to the beach past the old Moorish watchtower. At the bottom there is plenty of parking and access to the beach. The beach boasts a first class restaurant and bar, with pool and gardens and from where you can hire sunbeds and umbrellas on the beach.

Pedalo hire and windsurfing are available. Puerto Banus is the ideal place for an exclusive selection of designer shops, restaurants and nightlife entertainment , together with an incredible display of yachts and pleaseure boats in the Marina.

To the east, towards Marbella town at a distance, the beach is mostly boarded by a relaxing promenade and leads you along the 'Golden Mile' streach of beaches with its array of top grade Hotels, beach bars and beach clubs along the way.

Windsurfing and pedalo hire are available as well as jet ski and speed boat hire, at selected beach areas on this part of the Marbella coastline. Playa Puerto Banus is another very popular beach and without doubt the place to be seen! Protected to the west by the marina jetty, it stretches along to the east and is overlooked by the Marbella Club. If the beach was crowded you might be tempted to spend a day at its beach club and rub shoulders with the rich and famous.

If not, then be prepared for a crowded beach. Lots of bars and restaurants close at hand and the usual facilities. These three popular beaches located together around the Elviria area at Kms , and off the N coast road, all have very good facilities with plenty of restaurants and beach bars and adequate parking. They are all reached down small roads through urbanisations and there is no promenade linking the three.

Needless to say they do get busy during high season, especially at weekends with the locals but with daily cleaning, the beaches are safe and the atmosphere is always good. Access the beach by turning off the N at Sitio de Calahonda and taking the narrow road down with Mcdonalds on the left side. There is a car park and a flight of steps lead down to a fairly narrow beach with a restaurant and bar and sun bed and umbrella hire. Very popular at weekends when parking could become difficult.

Sabinillas is a fairly large coastal town located on the N coast road in between the exits for the inland villages of Casares and Manilva. Not regarded as a holiday resort, the long sandy beaches are popular with the locals and those that know about them with good facilities including bed and umbrella hire.

A real Spanish town with good shopping and a weekly market that is well worth visiting for its beach and typical bars and restaurants serving exquisite fish dishes. No promenade as such but plenty of parking in the little side streets leading down to the beach. San Pedro is an attractive market town with its centre lying around yards from the coast on the N San Pedro beach is one of a series of long clean sandy beaches running from Puerto Banus to Guadalmina.

The promenade and beach areas are attractive with good safe bathing and sports facilities. Sotogrande at the far western end of the Costa del Sol and close to Gibraltar, is a top venue for golf and polo.

It also boasts a fabulous marina with wildlife marshland and is a luxury beach resort. The fine beach club backs on to the wide sandy beach which is safe and clean for bathing and taking the sun. At the beach club there are many water sports and activities available, including pedalos, jet skis, speed boats, windsurfing, childens games and competitions, tennis and golf. Also on site are excellent restaurant and bar facilities.

Torreblanca and the adjoining resort of Los Boliches, both located on the eastern side of Fuengirola were awarded the Blue Flag for their beaches in Wide expanses of sand stretching several miles from Fuengirola along to Carvajal attract holiday makers and locals alike and the facilities are first class.

Plenty of beach bars and restaurants offering wonderful fish dishes and fresh char grilled sardines, sun bed and umbrella hire, toilets and beach showers. Water sports on offers include pedaloes and windsurfing with several locations for 5 a side football.

Well located just off the N at the Torremuelle exit with several beach bars and restaurants close at hand. The sandy beach is not huge but is clean, safe and well equipped with sunbed and umbrella hire, pedaloes, toilets and showers.

Parking on beach side is limited in high season but spaces available on other side of the road, with underpass access. Another popular beach on Benalmadena Costa is at Torrequebrada and access is from the N via the huge building which is the Torrequebarada Hotel and Casino on the beach side.

The beach has a couple of restaurants and bars with toilets and showers and all the usual facilities such as sunbed and umbrella hire, pedaloes and surfing. Parking is a little difficult in high season.

A pleasant promenade overlooks the beach, and houses many popular restaurants and bars that are full to bursting point during the high season months. The beach is clean and safe with excellent facilities including toilets and showers, sunbed and umbrella hire, jet-ski and speed boat hire close by from the marina, pedalos and wind surfing.

Try to park in the Avd. The Costa del Sol is known for many things: Sun, sea and sand are the usual three that holidaymakers are keen to mention, but one thing that they really shout about is the food. The area is known for blending the old and the new when it comes to cuisine, and there is a lot to experience in the more authentic, local restaurants.

If you really want to see the true Costa del Sol, there are few better ways to experience real Spanish culture than with a visit to a local produce market. The area has an abundance of them, though not all of them are food produce specific, and many of the opening times and days vary throughout the seasons — it's always best to check when you arrive so you don't venture out on a wasted journey! For fresh fish and meat, fruit and veg, you will find that most towns will have a local Municipal Market, usually located near the heart of the old town - known locally as the Mercado Municipal.

These local markets are usually only open in the mornings, generally between 9am and 1pm, with stalls displaying a great selection of fresh foods. Each town will also have a specific day for their weekly "Rastro" markets which offer a combination of stalls, ranging from clothing to leather goods with a healthy dose of locally farmed produce too! As with the majority of Spain, in Costa del Sol, be sure to expect a good punch of colour and flavour that has been perfected over hundreds of years.

Whilst some dishes will have some modern touches, many of the region's favourites are old recipes that have been made time and time again — be sure to give something unexpected a try when you visit. Well-seasoned, this dish is refreshing and tasty, and is best served with freshly chopped peppers and onion. Tapas — Costa del Sol is no exception to the Spanish love of tapas.

These small plates are full of different ingredients and different tastes which can be mixed and matched with others to create an exciting dinner atmosphere, or can be great if you just fancy a small plate for a light meal.

You can read more about the tapas dishes that the area is known for in our Guide to Costa del Sol. As an area that fully embraces the Mediterranean location, you can't help but associate the taste of their food with sun and holidays. On a warm summer's evening, just serving up the right kind of food can even make dining in at home into a treat that feels distinctly Spanish, especially if you've got the right recipes to hand. Clams are a large part of the Costa del Sol foodie culture, as is the traditional dessert dish of Churros con chocolate.

This recipe is simple but delicious, relying on high-quality ingredients to achieve that authentic depth and flavour. Place them in a casserole dish or stew pot on a medium heat and stir in the onion, garlic and parsley.

Cook for a minute or two, then sprinkle with flour, salt and pepper and turn the heat up. Once the clams have opened up and softened, the dish is ready to serve straight from the pot. Sprinkle with parsley to serve.

Firstly, mix together the flour and the baking powder in a large bowl. Then, mix through the olive oil and water to form a dough. Once the dough has reached the desired thick but flexible consistency, leave it to rest for around 30 minutes.

After the dough has rested, heat the oil up in a sturdy frying pan and allow it to heat up — the oil should sizzle. Fill a piping bag with your doughy mixture, and slowly pipe in reasonable lengths into the frying pan.

Allow them to cook until golden, covering if necessary to ensure an even cook. For the chocolate dipping sauce, you should melt the two types on chocolate together, and stir to combine. To loosen the chocolate up, add a little of the milk and stir, continuing until you are happy that the churros can be dipped! Serve the churros warm with the chocolate dip on the side, and enjoy! French Riviera.

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Where are the best places to explore in the Costa Del Sol? What is there for families in the Costa del Sol? Beaches With some of the most popular beaches in Europe, the Costa Del Sol is sure to have a beach to suit any kind of tourist. When is the best time for you to travel to the Costa Del Sol?

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Car Useful. Customer rating 4 : 4. Villa Tertulia, Guadalmina, Costa del Sol. Heated Pool 27 x 17 ft. Heated Pool 30 x 14 ft. Customer rating 3 : 4.

Pool 51 x 23 ft. Customer rating 5 : 4. Costa del Sol Resorts. Benalmadena 7 Villas. Calahonda 8 Villas. Campo Mijas 5 Villas. Estepona 8 Villas.

Fuengirola 13 Villas. Guadalmina 3 Villas. Las Chapas 1 Villa. Marbella 4 Villas. Marbesa 4 Villas. Mijas 10 Villas. Mijas Costa 11 Villas. Puerto Banus 2 Villas. San Pedro De Alcantara 7 Villas. View More Resorts. Things to do in Costa del Sol. Water Sports. Dining Out. View More Things To Do. Beaches in Costa del Sol. Benalnatura Beach. Benamara Beach. Bil Bil Beach. Carvajal Beach. Castillo Beach Fuengirola. Costa Natura nudist Beach. El Padron.

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Mijas Pueblo is simply a delightful place for a villa holiday! Mijas Costa is a beach lovers paradise, stretching along 8 miles of coastline between Fuengirola and Marbella, with easy access to both towns. La Cala de Mijas is the central point, a Spanish seaside town with a weekly market and a good range of shops and restaurants.

A charming Andalucian white-washed village, Mijas Pueblo is perched on a mountainside over metres above sea level. Offering a more authentic, traditional Spanish experience with narrow alleyways, cobbled streets and small cafes. San Pedro offers all you need for a great villa holiday but without burger bars and concrete tower blocks. Instead you have cobbled streets, a lovely beach and promenade, a chic and stylish marina, small independent shops and a great choice of bars, restaurants and clubs, all just over 6 miles away from all the glitz and glamour of Marbella.

Although famed for its spectacular coastline and sunny climate, the Costa del Sol has a plethora of activities and attractions on offer. You could enjoy a round of golf, explore one of the traditional hillside villages, or party till you drop in one of the glitzy nightclubs.

Often referred to as the Costa del Golf, this area of Southern Spain is heaven for keen golfers. There are plenty of high quality championship courses in the Costa del Sol including Valderrama, ranked as one of the world's best courses.

The destination often plays host to events such as the Ryder Cup and the Spanish Open. Plus, you can rely on the weather being great, with over days of sunshine a year! The Costa del Sol is the place to be for water sports enthusiasts and beginners alike. With over miles of coastline, many of the beaches offer lots of water sport activities for the whole family to enjoy. From jet-skis, kitesurfing, flyboarding, water-skiing, wakeboarding and windsurfing, there is so much for you to try.

Scuba divers will love the clear blue waters or, if you prefer not to go too deep, hire a boat or kayak! If you can drag yourself away from your villa, the Costa del Sol is full to the brim with family friendly attractions that make fantastic day trips! Discover the Butterfly Park, take a boat trip to look for dolphins, or cool off one of the 3 waterparks - there is plenty to keep everyone happy!

The Costa del Sol is an exciting and diverse region, steeped in history and rich in culture that deserves to be explored and enjoyed. Head inland to a rural village or town and you'll soon discover the original Spanish culture of traditional Andalucia. From the charming village of Mijas to the bustling streets of Malaga, Costa Del Sol offers more than just a spectacular coastline!

Foodies are spoilt for choice in the Costa del Sol — from traditional paella and tapas to international favourites such as pizza or Chinese, there really is something for everyone! Most of the coastal resorts offer excellent seafood restaurants and traditional tapas bars all along the promenade, plus plenty of chiringuitos - beach bars — for a relaxed atmosphere.

Many restaurants will offer alfresco dining, so you can make the most of the warm summer evenings. There is a vast and varied night scene in the Costa del Sol and each town has its own style and flavour. Marbella is a renowned party hot spot, with a whole host of glamourous beach clubs and night clubs.

Spain is famous for its traditional horse shows, and there are great examples of this within the Costa del Sol. The Finca Cartujano puts on a weekly unique spectacle showing the visitor the dance and elegance of the pure-blooded Spanish Carthusian horse, with examples of dressage and ballet combined with traditional Spanish costumes and Andalucian music.

Or, visit the Ranchito Horse Show in Torremolinos, where the Rhythm on Horse show is a recommended experience for all horse lovers. With over miles of coastline, most of it accessible and with sandy beaches, the Costa del Sol is a beach lovers paradise. A day on the beach is very popular with residents and holidaymakers alike and in this section of Villaplus. Some of the beaches are located directly off the main N coast road and down small tracks or lanes.

Others, particularly in the main resorts have lovely leafy promenades where you can park and some have pedestrian promenade access only. Wherever you choose, there will be a restaurant or bar close by and with the months of July and August attracting more crowds than the quieter off season months. This section of beach is used by the visitors to the Golf Hotel Atalaya Park, but is also open to the public in general. Tucked into a small bay, the Atalaya beach is great for all ages including families and, due to the close proximity of the hotel, there is a variety of watersports available.

This is a fairly new nudist beach located in cove yards west of the Torrequebrada Casino and Hotel and accessed from the N Benamara beach is located on the eastern outskirts of Estepona just 2 miles west of San Pedro de Alcantara close to the established residential area of El Pilar.

The beach is easily reached by taking the pedestrian footbridge located across from the Benavista shopping centre. Bil Bil Beach is the main beach on Benalmadena Costa and is situated off the N, south of the town of Arroyo de la Miel and just west of Benalmadena port. Close by is the Bil Bil Castle, an attractive terracotta coloured replica Moorish Castle built on the promenade which houses a restaurant and bar and is the choice venue for many local weddings.

The beach is well equipped with bars and restaurants, sunbed and umbrella hire, pedaloes and surfing. The main road behind is lined with apartments, shops, bars and restaurants and the attractive promenade provides a pleasant stroll or place to sit and watch the world go by. Carvajal is the pleasant and reasonably quiet beach area at the far eastern end of Fuengirola, before it leads on to Benalmadena Costa. The locals make a beeline for it at weekends, and tend to arrive early!

However, it is wide, clean and safe with plenty of restaurants and bars close at hand. Access it by getting on to the Paseo Maritimo at Torreblanca and turning left. The Castillo El Ejido beach is located below the old Moorish castle on the western side of Fuengirola. The parking is good, although high season it gets a bit congested and the beach is a favourite with the local residents. Many new beach bars and restaurants have sprung up here over the past season and a new hotel is presently under construction on the promenade behind.

The estuary of the river is popular and children swim in the small shallow lake before it reaches the open sea. Nets and posts are on site for various ball games enjoyed by the locals, also sunbed and umbrella hire from the various bars. It can be found at Km Daily membership is available. Located just east of Estepona, El Padron beach is a popular stretch of sandy beach with several beach bars and restaurants and facilities such as sun bed and umbrella hire.

The luxury Hotel Kempinski overlooks the beach at Km off the N coast road and offers many water sports and activities, such as boating, diving and snorkelling, wind surfing and pedalos. The main beach at Estepona is the Playa de la Rada, a fine long and wide stretch of sand overlooked by a pleasant tree lined promenade with gardens and children play areas with many restaurants and bars to choose from. The beach was awarded the Blue Flag in and has excellent facilities.

There is parking along the promenade although in high season it gets quite busy. Other public parking close by. Another beach in Estepona is the Blue Flag Playa El Cristo found just to the west of the town and within easy walking distance of the town and the marina.

Located in a cove it is a west facing beach, with bars, showers and parking. Playa Fontanilla is the very popular beach lying west of the sporting marina and connecting with the Playa Casablanca, together they stretch almost to the western side of Marbella town. A lovely promenade overlooks this extensive stretch of coast, which offers clean safe bathing and excellent facilities.

Plenty of restaurants and bars with toilets, showers and the usual sunbed and umbrella hire. Water sports such as speed boat and jet ski hire are available from the marina but windsurfing and pedalo hire centres are located at various centres along the beach.

Funny Beach, advertised by a giant sized Coca Cola can on the beach side just east of Marbella town has a variety of water sports available such as jet ski hire, canoe and pedalo hire and wind surfing. For children and adults they also have go karting, trampolines, and many other amusements.

The beach itself Playa del Pinillo is quite narrow, but safe and clean with toilet, restaurant and bar facilities. There is no promenade as such, but the beach can be accessed directly off the N coast road and parking is available on site. Marbella's Golden Mile is without doubt the place to be seen with its beaches, world famous hotels including Puente Romano Hotel and designer shops.

The golden mile coastline is made up from many different beaches between Marbella and Puerto Banus and is flanked by a recently built promenade with is many beach bars dotted along the way. These beaches have held the Blue Flag since If you feel like treating yourself, why not spend a day relaxing in the Marbella Club Beach Club. This lovely beach is overlooked by the fabulous Guadalmina Golf Course and Hotel on the western outskirts of San Pedro de Alcantara and has excellent facilities and a clean safe beach with many restaurants and bars close at hand.

There is the usual sun bed and umbrella hire and varied water sports and activities available from the hotel such as windsurfing, jet skiing, speed boats and pedalos. Reach the beach by turning off the N just before the concrete arch travelling west out of San Pedro. Situated at Km on the N coast road east of Estepona, Hacienda Beach is close to the luxury Las Dunas Hotel which has all manner of water sports and leisure activities on offer.

The beach is clean, safe and well equipped with a variety of restaurants and bars, toilets, sun bed and umbrella hire and beach showers. Take the La Cala exit off the N, park at the back of the town by the shops and walk down to the beach area.

Nice sandy beaches, well equipped with many bars and restaurants close at hand. Fishing boats and nets on the beaches all add to the atmosphere of this very pleasant resort which unfortunately does get quite crowded during July and August.

Worth a visit though, but arrive early. Pedalo hire and some wind surfing. Once upon a time, La Carihuela belonged to Torremolinos and was its fishing area. Nowadays, located on its western outskirts, La Carihuela still retains its charm and quaintness with narrow streets, a lovely new pedestrian promenade lined with fabulous fish restaurants and an extensive stretch of sandy beach with beds and umbrellas for hire, pedaloes, windsurfing and bars with showers and toilets.

The Marbesa beach is a long narrow stretch sand popular with local residents. There is no promenade here but the rather quality residential area of Marbesa overlooks it, with plenty of parking. A good choice of restaurants and bars some having sunbeds and umbrellas for hire. Popular with the locals for jogging and walking. Take the Las Chapas exit off the N and head down to the beach. Mijas Costa is the long stretch of coast between Fuengirola and Marbella along which many urbanisations have sprung up on the inland side of the N and pedestrian bridges and under passes have been built to enable access to the many beaches.

The majority of the beaches are sandy but fairly narrow. The urbanisations of Riviera del Sol and Calahonda all have access to reasonable beaches where a beach bar or restaurant is never far away and they will all have toilets and sunbed and umbrella hire.

The Nueva Andalucia beach is situated a 15 minute stroll west of Puerto Banus and is sandy and well equipped. Several beach clubs overlook the beach, including the Moosh Moosh at Villamarina and although not a formal promenade, it is an easy walk into Puerto Banus to enjoy the nightlife and shopping.

A good choice of beach restaurants and bars with toilets, showers and sunbed and umbrella hire. Windsurfing and pedalo hire available and jet ski and speed boat hire from the marina itself. It is also known as Playa de las Dunas-Carib and is a naturist beach. It can be best accessed by the Cabopino exit off the N and turning right into the sand dunes before arriving at the marina. You will see signs for Andres beach bar.

Usual facilities with sunbed and umbrella hire and toilets. Turn off the N coast road and follow signs down to the beach past the old Moorish watchtower. At the bottom there is plenty of parking and access to the beach. The beach boasts a first class restaurant and bar, with pool and gardens and from where you can hire sunbeds and umbrellas on the beach. Pedalo hire and windsurfing are available. Puerto Banus is the ideal place for an exclusive selection of designer shops, restaurants and nightlife entertainment , together with an incredible display of yachts and pleaseure boats in the Marina.

To the east, towards Marbella town at a distance, the beach is mostly boarded by a relaxing promenade and leads you along the 'Golden Mile' streach of beaches with its array of top grade Hotels, beach bars and beach clubs along the way.

Windsurfing and pedalo hire are available as well as jet ski and speed boat hire, at selected beach areas on this part of the Marbella coastline. Playa Puerto Banus is another very popular beach and without doubt the place to be seen!

Protected to the west by the marina jetty, it stretches along to the east and is overlooked by the Marbella Club. If the beach was crowded you might be tempted to spend a day at its beach club and rub shoulders with the rich and famous. If not, then be prepared for a crowded beach. Lots of bars and restaurants close at hand and the usual facilities.

These three popular beaches located together around the Elviria area at Kms , and off the N coast road, all have very good facilities with plenty of restaurants and beach bars and adequate parking. They are all reached down small roads through urbanisations and there is no promenade linking the three. Needless to say they do get busy during high season, especially at weekends with the locals but with daily cleaning, the beaches are safe and the atmosphere is always good.

Access the beach by turning off the N at Sitio de Calahonda and taking the narrow road down with Mcdonalds on the left side. There is a car park and a flight of steps lead down to a fairly narrow beach with a restaurant and bar and sun bed and umbrella hire. Very popular at weekends when parking could become difficult. Sabinillas is a fairly large coastal town located on the N coast road in between the exits for the inland villages of Casares and Manilva.

We know how to make you happy! Or you can have a really active holiday, trying some of the many water sports on offer, or exploring the fascinating coastline. Our villas give you a brilliant base from which to explore, or a luxury home from home you need hardly leave at all! But if you do go on an adventure, you will return to a beautiful house with everything you need to be happy and comfortable, and a lovely, cool calm bedroom will be waiting for you after the heat of the day.

Like so many seaside resorts here, it was originally a fishing village, but regular raids by pirates drove the townsfolk to move 2 miles inland where they built what is now regarded as the old town, a maze of cobbled streets lined with whitewashed houses, Tosca stone porticoes, gothic bay windows, wrought iron window bars and balcony railings, clustered around the 12th Century gothic church of San Bartolome. Its sandy beaches are set in 5 miles of beautiful coastline against a backdrop of forests, vineyards and mountains.

Like so many Mediterranean coastal holiday resorts, Calpe, on the East Coast of Southern Spain, was originally a little fishing village. Today it is a busy town, but fishing is still important, and there is a fish auction at the port each afternoon, with chefs from the many excellent fish restaurants bidding for fresh seafood for your dinner! Nestled between the Mediterranean Sea, Montgo Mountain, Valencia and Alicante you will find Javea, a place divided into three distinct parts, each just over a mile apart.

A region of diverse and colourful towns and cities from the bright lights of Benidorm with its skyscrapers and chip shops to the cosmopolitan resorts of Javea and Moraira to the north. The mountains that surround the area offer mountain top villages, vineyards, citrus groves and wheat fields, with the cities, full of colour and vigour offering a contrast to this laid back style of life.

You can also check out Benidorm, still a top holiday destination welcoming millions of visitors every year to enjoy its great beaches and intense nightlife. You can travel to Benidorm by boat from the marina at Calpe — a great way to see the beaches, coves and cliffs of this remarkable coastline. If your holiday would be incomplete without a few rounds of golf, you have come to the right place!

Club de Golf Ifach, 2 miles from Calpe is part of the San Jaime Urbanisation in Moraira, and a good place to start, but you need to have a valid handicap certificate from your home club with you. With just one putting green, it is one of the smaller courses around. However, it is deceptively difficult and not for the faint hearted! Javier Arana created the Ifach Club course to be short and tricky with numerous obstacles, so if you like a challenge, this may be for you.

It sits in the sea, a mighty landmark that can be seen for miles, towering over the town and dividing the shoreline to create two gorgeous sandy beaches. For the very fit there is a walking route through a tunnel in the rock that takes you right to the top where the views over the bay are extraordinary. On a clear day you can see as far as Ibiza. Behind the town loom the the majestic Sierra Bernia Mountains, providing a beautiful, dramatic backdrop.

Miles of white sand lapped by clean, clear, turquoise waters make the Costa Blanca a beach lovers dream. More than beaches achieve the high standards required for the Blue flag scheme assuring the standards of cleanliness across the region. Good facilities and water sports are available at most resorts whilst those seeking peace and tranquillity can easily find a secluded cove for a day of rest and relaxation. Advocat Cove is made up of gravel and fine sand and has a small breakwater at its Southern most point.

This area is also perfect for peaceful walks. There is parking available as well as a beach bar and disabled access. Small pebble coves dotted along the coast of Altea, some have been improved with sand recycled onto the beach. Those close to the hotels have the best facilities although these may be limited to residents. Long stretches of fine sand are separated by the Penon De Ifach towering above the port and Marina. The Arenal is lined by a pedestrianised promenade lined with cafes, bars and restaurants with many open late into the evening.

The sand is cleaned daily and there are a wide variety of watersports available. Parking is available along the length of both beaches. The beach is Blue Flag approved and lifeguards are present 1 June to 30 Sept. The famous horseshoe bay of fine sand in the centre of this popular resort has a gentle slope into the sea and is a good place for introducing children to swimming in the sea.

There are public showers and toilet facilities plus parasols and sunbeds available to hire. The bay is surrounded by a wide choice of bars and restaurants along the attractive pedestrianised promenade.

In the summer you can stroll along the front and enjoy the stalls selling a variety of handmade crafts. The summer months are busy and Arenal is a favourite meeting place to go out and enjoy the bars. Accompanied jet-ski tours are available as is the hire of motor boats and boats for trips.

Parking is available along the length of the beach area and there are also bus and taxi stops. The beach has wheelchair access and is Blue Flag approved with a lifeguard usually present from 1 June to 30 Sept.

The famous Levante sunrise and Poniente Sunset stretch the length of this resort gently shelving into the warn sea. Fine sand and well served by beach bars with watersports and facilities along the entire length. Pedestrianised promenade along the length of the Levante beach.

Can become very busy during peak season and parking can be difficult. Both are Blue Flag approved and lifeguards present year around. This relatively small cove, approximately m, consists of shingle and pebbles.

This is a quiet and picturesque bay used by naturists. Cala Blanca Beach has beautiful scenery and an authentic Spanish restaurant. From the distance, you can the boats moored up in the bay by the purple caves. There are a few rock pools to explore and the sea is great for snorkelling. Cala Grandella is small but full of character. Measuring at about m, this is a cove consisting of shingle, pebbles and rock with clear water.

A lifeguard is present with safety flags indicating swimming conditions. Canoeing is available and sunbeds and parasols are available for hire. Diving and snorkelling are also popular here. Shower and toilet facilities are also present.

A bar and restaurant overlook the fantastic view from this bay. Ample parking is available nearby with view points overlooking the bay. Barraca Portitxol is an exceptional rustic cover consisting of shingle, pebbles and rock. This cove looks out to the beautiful Isle of Portitxol. The beach has the advantage of a shallow bay with the water gradually sloping, making it ideal for paddling or shallow snorkelling. There is a lifeguard present with safety flags indicating swimming conditions.

Canoeing is available for the more active, along with view points to enjoy the stunning scenery. Toilet facilities are also available. There are a selection of restaurants behind the beach. Cala Pope Tango is a wonderfully unique smaller cove.

It is rustic with sand and small pebbles, great for exploring. You can enjoy a spot of diving and this cove also has safety flags and buoys to advise of swimming conditions. There are ample facilities nearby including restaurants and a bar. This is a small cove consisting of shingle and pebbles, with view points and accessible only by foot.

Denia has a long stretch of beach from the resort centre northwards towards Olivo. Fine sand and gently shelving, the beach is rarely crowded throughout the year. Well served by beach bars and shower facilities and parking is available throughout the length of the beach. Denia also has a number of smaller coves and shingle beaches providing a peaceful alternative.

Blue Flag approved and lifeguard present 1 June to 30 Sept. El Benissero extends from the Port breakwater along to the Parador hotel. This is a semi-urban open beach with shingles and rocks, making the water crystal clear. This beach is popular for walking. Here you can hire jet skis or take a perch at one of the chiringuitos.

Windsurfing and canoeing are also available here at El Benissero. If you want to hire a jet ski you'll need photo ID. There is a lifeguard facility here with safety flags for swimming conditions. Sunbeds and parasols are available to hire and there are also shower facilities.

There is also a car park and bus service nearby. A restaurant and bar are also located here. A sandy cove surrounded by high cliffs makes this one of the most picturesque beaches on the coast.

The small promenade features a range of shops and some good quality restaurants. The resort centre is walking distance and offers a wide range of facilities and parking. Granadella Beach is found at the end of a winding lane and has a gravel car park.

Lifeguards are on duty during high season. The beach is made up of stones and is popular with the locals, as the water is very clear and there are lots of rocks eith side, making it a lovely cove. There are 2 beach front restaurants available.

The pebbly beach runs from the Parador end of the sandy Arenal beach, all the way to the Port. During the summer months this pebbly beach has some lovely beach bars dotted along the route, a great place for anything from breakfast to sun downers and on into the night.

Most offer wifi, TV, food and of course drinks. Take a dip in the sea, watch the world go by and enjoy some of the amazing fireworks set over the sea in July normally as part of the Moors and Christians Fiesta. The gently shelving beach of L'Ampolla lies just a short distance from the resort centre. Fine sand and with good childrens facilities with a playpark showers available. There is also a beach bar and plenty of parking which also serves the resort centre. With fine golden sand, it has all kind of services and facilities and in summer nights it becomes an improvised cinema.

It is delimited by a well cared waterfront where restaurants, ice-cream stalls and all kind of shops follow one another. Equipment and services: this beach has special handicapped persons facilities, red cross, playground, sports area, restaurants, camping, lifeguards, beach umbrellas and hammocks, parking, walloways, cleaning service and waste bins.

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Javea is split between the traditional Old Town, bustling port and beautiful Arenal Beach. Discover the historic architecture or laze on the sandy beach and sip sangria overlooking the ocean. There are also plenty of fun activities to get involved in, such as water skiing, sailing, fishing, scuba diving and windsurfing. Moraira is a picturesque resort with a chic marina dotted with upmarket restaurants. Its beaches have been awarded EEC Blue Flags for their cleanliness and offer a range of water sports, making it really family friendly.

Calpe lies in the region of Valencia and is conveniently close to Alicante, reached within an hour by car if you wanted to explore the city. Calpe is a historic fishing village offering ancient architecture, stretches of golden sand as well as fun activities like climbing.

No matter where you choose, all our Costa Blanca villas come with private pools as standard, many with pool heating as well as air conditioning, BBQs, table tennis and pool tables. Plus, we have friendly in-resort staff that will visit if you request.

They will answer any queries you have and give you some top tips, including the best restaurants and must-see attractions!

Plus, we strive to make the booking process as quick and easy as possible. You can book flights, car hire, transfers and insurance right here.

This means you can spend less time organising your holiday and more time dreaming about time spent by your private pool. There is so much for you to see and do during your Costa Blanca Villa Plus holiday, that you must remember to leave time to relax! One place you might enjoy is the historic old town of Javea.

Like so many seaside resorts here, it was originally a fishing village, but regular raids by pirates drove the townsfolk to move just over a mile inland where they built what is now regarded as the old town, a maze of cobbled streets lined with whitewashed houses, Tosca stone porticoes, gothic bay windows, wrought iron window bars and balcony railings, clustered around the 12th Century gothic church of San Bartolome.

Today Javea is a small, historic town, free of high rise buildings, inhabited mainly by warm and friendly people who welcome tourists. The salt water lagoon is an important haven for wildlife, especially birds, and more than different species have been spotted here. The lake attracts herons, large flocks of flamingos and other migrating birds at various times of the year. This unusual nature reserve with its reed beds was at one time an active salt works.

A special market building was completed in and decorated with six huge, impressive paintings of fishing scenes and seafaring legends by the artist Elias Urbez. The good news is that it has a viewing gallery so that you can watch the auction in comfort. In Calpe, around 1, tons of fish are caught every year by about people in 22 boats. The catch includes gilthead, whiting, red mullet, squid, octopus, grouper, mackerel and several kinds of shellfish.

Unlike some resorts on the Costa Blanca, Moraira is still very much a Spanish community, and has resisted most of the high rise, mass catering aspects of modern tourism, protected by strict planning regulations. Its sandy beaches are set in eight kilometers of beautiful coastline against a backdrop of forests, vineyards and mountains. The berth Blue Flag marina is a great spot for upmarket shopping, eating and people-watching. You can choose any one of our villas in the Costa Blanca and enjoy a holiday you will dream about for many years to come.

We know how to make you happy! Or you can have a really active holiday, trying some of the many water sports on offer, or exploring the fascinating coastline. Our villas give you a brilliant base from which to explore, or a luxury home from home you need hardly leave at all! But if you do go on an adventure, you will return to a beautiful house with everything you need to be happy and comfortable, and a lovely, cool calm bedroom will be waiting for you after the heat of the day.

Like so many seaside resorts here, it was originally a fishing village, but regular raids by pirates drove the townsfolk to move 2 miles inland where they built what is now regarded as the old town, a maze of cobbled streets lined with whitewashed houses, Tosca stone porticoes, gothic bay windows, wrought iron window bars and balcony railings, clustered around the 12th Century gothic church of San Bartolome.

Its sandy beaches are set in 5 miles of beautiful coastline against a backdrop of forests, vineyards and mountains. Like so many Mediterranean coastal holiday resorts, Calpe, on the East Coast of Southern Spain, was originally a little fishing village. Today it is a busy town, but fishing is still important, and there is a fish auction at the port each afternoon, with chefs from the many excellent fish restaurants bidding for fresh seafood for your dinner!

Nestled between the Mediterranean Sea, Montgo Mountain, Valencia and Alicante you will find Javea, a place divided into three distinct parts, each just over a mile apart. A region of diverse and colourful towns and cities from the bright lights of Benidorm with its skyscrapers and chip shops to the cosmopolitan resorts of Javea and Moraira to the north.

The mountains that surround the area offer mountain top villages, vineyards, citrus groves and wheat fields, with the cities, full of colour and vigour offering a contrast to this laid back style of life. You can also check out Benidorm, still a top holiday destination welcoming millions of visitors every year to enjoy its great beaches and intense nightlife.

You can travel to Benidorm by boat from the marina at Calpe — a great way to see the beaches, coves and cliffs of this remarkable coastline. If your holiday would be incomplete without a few rounds of golf, you have come to the right place! Club de Golf Ifach, 2 miles from Calpe is part of the San Jaime Urbanisation in Moraira, and a good place to start, but you need to have a valid handicap certificate from your home club with you.

With just one putting green, it is one of the smaller courses around. However, it is deceptively difficult and not for the faint hearted! Javier Arana created the Ifach Club course to be short and tricky with numerous obstacles, so if you like a challenge, this may be for you. It sits in the sea, a mighty landmark that can be seen for miles, towering over the town and dividing the shoreline to create two gorgeous sandy beaches.

For the very fit there is a walking route through a tunnel in the rock that takes you right to the top where the views over the bay are extraordinary. On a clear day you can see as far as Ibiza. Behind the town loom the the majestic Sierra Bernia Mountains, providing a beautiful, dramatic backdrop. Miles of white sand lapped by clean, clear, turquoise waters make the Costa Blanca a beach lovers dream. More than beaches achieve the high standards required for the Blue flag scheme assuring the standards of cleanliness across the region.

Good facilities and water sports are available at most resorts whilst those seeking peace and tranquillity can easily find a secluded cove for a day of rest and relaxation. Advocat Cove is made up of gravel and fine sand and has a small breakwater at its Southern most point. This area is also perfect for peaceful walks. There is parking available as well as a beach bar and disabled access.

Small pebble coves dotted along the coast of Altea, some have been improved with sand recycled onto the beach. Those close to the hotels have the best facilities although these may be limited to residents. Long stretches of fine sand are separated by the Penon De Ifach towering above the port and Marina. The Arenal is lined by a pedestrianised promenade lined with cafes, bars and restaurants with many open late into the evening.

The sand is cleaned daily and there are a wide variety of watersports available. Parking is available along the length of both beaches. The beach is Blue Flag approved and lifeguards are present 1 June to 30 Sept.

The famous horseshoe bay of fine sand in the centre of this popular resort has a gentle slope into the sea and is a good place for introducing children to swimming in the sea.

There are public showers and toilet facilities plus parasols and sunbeds available to hire. The bay is surrounded by a wide choice of bars and restaurants along the attractive pedestrianised promenade. In the summer you can stroll along the front and enjoy the stalls selling a variety of handmade crafts.

The summer months are busy and Arenal is a favourite meeting place to go out and enjoy the bars. Accompanied jet-ski tours are available as is the hire of motor boats and boats for trips. Parking is available along the length of the beach area and there are also bus and taxi stops.

The beach has wheelchair access and is Blue Flag approved with a lifeguard usually present from 1 June to 30 Sept. The famous Levante sunrise and Poniente Sunset stretch the length of this resort gently shelving into the warn sea. Fine sand and well served by beach bars with watersports and facilities along the entire length.

Pedestrianised promenade along the length of the Levante beach. Can become very busy during peak season and parking can be difficult. Both are Blue Flag approved and lifeguards present year around. This relatively small cove, approximately m, consists of shingle and pebbles.

This is a quiet and picturesque bay used by naturists. Cala Blanca Beach has beautiful scenery and an authentic Spanish restaurant.

From the distance, you can the boats moored up in the bay by the purple caves. There are a few rock pools to explore and the sea is great for snorkelling. Cala Grandella is small but full of character. Measuring at about m, this is a cove consisting of shingle, pebbles and rock with clear water.

A lifeguard is present with safety flags indicating swimming conditions. Canoeing is available and sunbeds and parasols are available for hire. Diving and snorkelling are also popular here. Shower and toilet facilities are also present. A bar and restaurant overlook the fantastic view from this bay.

Ample parking is available nearby with view points overlooking the bay. Barraca Portitxol is an exceptional rustic cover consisting of shingle, pebbles and rock.

This cove looks out to the beautiful Isle of Portitxol. The beach has the advantage of a shallow bay with the water gradually sloping, making it ideal for paddling or shallow snorkelling.

There is a lifeguard present with safety flags indicating swimming conditions. Canoeing is available for the more active, along with view points to enjoy the stunning scenery. Toilet facilities are also available. There are a selection of restaurants behind the beach. Cala Pope Tango is a wonderfully unique smaller cove. It is rustic with sand and small pebbles, great for exploring.

You can enjoy a spot of diving and this cove also has safety flags and buoys to advise of swimming conditions. There are ample facilities nearby including restaurants and a bar. This is a small cove consisting of shingle and pebbles, with view points and accessible only by foot. Denia has a long stretch of beach from the resort centre northwards towards Olivo. Fine sand and gently shelving, the beach is rarely crowded throughout the year.

Well served by beach bars and shower facilities and parking is available throughout the length of the beach. Denia also has a number of smaller coves and shingle beaches providing a peaceful alternative. Alternatively, give yourself a break from the kitchen and eat in authentic Spanish tapas bars or any number of other international restaurants. Whether you want to relax by your pool with a good book or hire a car to explore the surrounding area, holidays in Spain cater to a myriad of tastes.

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Each of our properties are hand selected for their facilities, finish and location, so you can take your pick from our villas in Spain with private pools, air conditioning and more. This makes them ideal for couples, families and groups alike.

Select the Canary Islands for perennial sunshine, where we have holiday homes in Tenerife, Lanzarote and Fuerteventura. Head to Majorca and Menorca in the Balearics to immerse yourself in the relaxed beach lifestyle, local fiestas and beautiful bays.

No matter what time of year you choose, villa holidays in Spain are known for offering lots of sunshine and warm temperatures. For those who favour a milder climate, the Canary Islands are a popular choice from spring through to winter — particularly with families. Average temperatures here are a pleasant 24 degrees Celsius, so ideal for both peak and out of season getaways. Costa del Sol and Costa Blanca are warm in the spring but soar in the summer months, going from up to 40 degrees Celsius.

While Majorca and Menorca offer a quiet sunny break during spring and autumn, as well as warmer temperatures during July and August. Choose picturesque settings and peaceful properties in the stunning Costa Blanca , from mountainous and coastal Javea to the scenic harbour at Moraira. Select the Costa del Sol for laid-back authentic Spanish towns like the stunning streets of Mijas, or the beautiful beaches and award-winning restaurants of Marbella.

At Villa Plus, we have excellently equipped and stylish accommodation in the Balearic Islands. These islands offer the best of both worlds, from natural settings, beaches and wildlife, to endless activities, attractions and busy towns. This includes the cobbled streets and charm of Pollensa, where accommodation benefits from both amenities and a beautiful location. While the small island of Menorca can be easily explored from all of our villas, so you can visit the historical Ciutadella as well as the capital, Mahon.

With continual sunshine and warm temperatures year round, our holiday homes in the Canary Islands are always popular. Whether you love exhilarating water sports, want to recline by the pool, or try some of the local dishes, their location allows you to make the most of everything these volcanic islands have to offer.

From dramatic lunar landscapes and surf-ready seas, to quiet resorts and relaxed beaches, the Canaries appeal to every lifestyle. Choose Tenerife for its black sands, delicious cuisine and the scenery of Teide National Park.

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Why not? The endless sunshine here means you can plan picnics and barbeques without even considering the weather! Choose your holiday resort and your villa, and then simply please yourself. Our villa holidays give you the option to book your villa, flights, car hire, transfers and insurance all here with us. This takes the stress out of booking by making it quick, easy and hassle-free.

One of the best known resorts in the region is Marbella, famous for its glamorous nightlife and seafront. It is full of bright lights, bars and clubs. Benalmadena is also famed for its ritzy nightlife, and some streets are wall-to-wall bars and nightclubs just waiting to come alive after dark.

There are many pubs, cocktail bars and clubs that just keep going till breakfast time. The area around the marina is partyville with top D. For something more quaint, the old quarter of Marbella is interesting - you can still find a traditional flamenco show, and there is a Moorish castle; the famous Orange Square and 16th century Town Hall.

Villa holidays in Calahonda offer the chance to try out a wide range of beach sports, from underwater scuba diving to soaring above the ocean paragliding. If after all that you feel the need for some time with your feet on solid ground, why not enjoy some shopping through the market and boutiques followed by a fabulous meal. At heart it is still a traditional Spanish town, although it has developed into a major holiday resort packed with urbanisations, apartment blocks, villa complexes and hotels.

Famed for its 5 miles of beaches and attractive promenade lined with bars and restaurants, Fuengirola is a lively, cosmopolitan resort. Guadalmina is a great destination for a sophisticated villa holiday. Las Chapas is a largely upmarket residential area set on a hillside, within easy reach of Marbesa Beach. Marbella offers the best of both worlds, located along a beautiful stretch of coast. The resort is renowned for its stylish bars, glitzy nightlife and designer shopping, but head in to the old town for a more traditional Spanish experience.

Marbesa is a popular holiday resort along the stretch of coast known as Mijas Costa, between Fuengirola and Marbella. It is a well-established community that centres around the beachfront, with a number of beach bars and restaurants dotted along the coastline. Mijas Pueblo is simply a delightful place for a villa holiday! Mijas Costa is a beach lovers paradise, stretching along 8 miles of coastline between Fuengirola and Marbella, with easy access to both towns.

La Cala de Mijas is the central point, a Spanish seaside town with a weekly market and a good range of shops and restaurants. A charming Andalucian white-washed village, Mijas Pueblo is perched on a mountainside over metres above sea level. Offering a more authentic, traditional Spanish experience with narrow alleyways, cobbled streets and small cafes. San Pedro offers all you need for a great villa holiday but without burger bars and concrete tower blocks.

Instead you have cobbled streets, a lovely beach and promenade, a chic and stylish marina, small independent shops and a great choice of bars, restaurants and clubs, all just over 6 miles away from all the glitz and glamour of Marbella. Although famed for its spectacular coastline and sunny climate, the Costa del Sol has a plethora of activities and attractions on offer.

You could enjoy a round of golf, explore one of the traditional hillside villages, or party till you drop in one of the glitzy nightclubs. Often referred to as the Costa del Golf, this area of Southern Spain is heaven for keen golfers. There are plenty of high quality championship courses in the Costa del Sol including Valderrama, ranked as one of the world's best courses.

The destination often plays host to events such as the Ryder Cup and the Spanish Open. Plus, you can rely on the weather being great, with over days of sunshine a year! The Costa del Sol is the place to be for water sports enthusiasts and beginners alike. With over miles of coastline, many of the beaches offer lots of water sport activities for the whole family to enjoy.

From jet-skis, kitesurfing, flyboarding, water-skiing, wakeboarding and windsurfing, there is so much for you to try.

Scuba divers will love the clear blue waters or, if you prefer not to go too deep, hire a boat or kayak! If you can drag yourself away from your villa, the Costa del Sol is full to the brim with family friendly attractions that make fantastic day trips! Discover the Butterfly Park, take a boat trip to look for dolphins, or cool off one of the 3 waterparks - there is plenty to keep everyone happy! The Costa del Sol is an exciting and diverse region, steeped in history and rich in culture that deserves to be explored and enjoyed.

Head inland to a rural village or town and you'll soon discover the original Spanish culture of traditional Andalucia.

From the charming village of Mijas to the bustling streets of Malaga, Costa Del Sol offers more than just a spectacular coastline! Foodies are spoilt for choice in the Costa del Sol — from traditional paella and tapas to international favourites such as pizza or Chinese, there really is something for everyone! Most of the coastal resorts offer excellent seafood restaurants and traditional tapas bars all along the promenade, plus plenty of chiringuitos - beach bars — for a relaxed atmosphere.

Many restaurants will offer alfresco dining, so you can make the most of the warm summer evenings. There is a vast and varied night scene in the Costa del Sol and each town has its own style and flavour. Marbella is a renowned party hot spot, with a whole host of glamourous beach clubs and night clubs. Spain is famous for its traditional horse shows, and there are great examples of this within the Costa del Sol.

The Finca Cartujano puts on a weekly unique spectacle showing the visitor the dance and elegance of the pure-blooded Spanish Carthusian horse, with examples of dressage and ballet combined with traditional Spanish costumes and Andalucian music. Or, visit the Ranchito Horse Show in Torremolinos, where the Rhythm on Horse show is a recommended experience for all horse lovers. With over miles of coastline, most of it accessible and with sandy beaches, the Costa del Sol is a beach lovers paradise.

A day on the beach is very popular with residents and holidaymakers alike and in this section of Villaplus. Some of the beaches are located directly off the main N coast road and down small tracks or lanes. Others, particularly in the main resorts have lovely leafy promenades where you can park and some have pedestrian promenade access only.

Wherever you choose, there will be a restaurant or bar close by and with the months of July and August attracting more crowds than the quieter off season months.

This section of beach is used by the visitors to the Golf Hotel Atalaya Park, but is also open to the public in general. Tucked into a small bay, the Atalaya beach is great for all ages including families and, due to the close proximity of the hotel, there is a variety of watersports available.

This is a fairly new nudist beach located in cove yards west of the Torrequebrada Casino and Hotel and accessed from the N Benamara beach is located on the eastern outskirts of Estepona just 2 miles west of San Pedro de Alcantara close to the established residential area of El Pilar. The beach is easily reached by taking the pedestrian footbridge located across from the Benavista shopping centre.

Bil Bil Beach is the main beach on Benalmadena Costa and is situated off the N, south of the town of Arroyo de la Miel and just west of Benalmadena port. Close by is the Bil Bil Castle, an attractive terracotta coloured replica Moorish Castle built on the promenade which houses a restaurant and bar and is the choice venue for many local weddings. The beach is well equipped with bars and restaurants, sunbed and umbrella hire, pedaloes and surfing.

The main road behind is lined with apartments, shops, bars and restaurants and the attractive promenade provides a pleasant stroll or place to sit and watch the world go by.

Carvajal is the pleasant and reasonably quiet beach area at the far eastern end of Fuengirola, before it leads on to Benalmadena Costa. The locals make a beeline for it at weekends, and tend to arrive early! However, it is wide, clean and safe with plenty of restaurants and bars close at hand.

Access it by getting on to the Paseo Maritimo at Torreblanca and turning left. The Castillo El Ejido beach is located below the old Moorish castle on the western side of Fuengirola.

The parking is good, although high season it gets a bit congested and the beach is a favourite with the local residents. Many new beach bars and restaurants have sprung up here over the past season and a new hotel is presently under construction on the promenade behind. The estuary of the river is popular and children swim in the small shallow lake before it reaches the open sea.

Nets and posts are on site for various ball games enjoyed by the locals, also sunbed and umbrella hire from the various bars. It can be found at Km Daily membership is available. Located just east of Estepona, El Padron beach is a popular stretch of sandy beach with several beach bars and restaurants and facilities such as sun bed and umbrella hire.

The luxury Hotel Kempinski overlooks the beach at Km off the N coast road and offers many water sports and activities, such as boating, diving and snorkelling, wind surfing and pedalos. The main beach at Estepona is the Playa de la Rada, a fine long and wide stretch of sand overlooked by a pleasant tree lined promenade with gardens and children play areas with many restaurants and bars to choose from.

The beach was awarded the Blue Flag in and has excellent facilities. There is parking along the promenade although in high season it gets quite busy. Other public parking close by. Another beach in Estepona is the Blue Flag Playa El Cristo found just to the west of the town and within easy walking distance of the town and the marina.

Located in a cove it is a west facing beach, with bars, showers and parking. Playa Fontanilla is the very popular beach lying west of the sporting marina and connecting with the Playa Casablanca, together they stretch almost to the western side of Marbella town. A lovely promenade overlooks this extensive stretch of coast, which offers clean safe bathing and excellent facilities.

Plenty of restaurants and bars with toilets, showers and the usual sunbed and umbrella hire. Water sports such as speed boat and jet ski hire are available from the marina but windsurfing and pedalo hire centres are located at various centres along the beach. Funny Beach, advertised by a giant sized Coca Cola can on the beach side just east of Marbella town has a variety of water sports available such as jet ski hire, canoe and pedalo hire and wind surfing.

For children and adults they also have go karting, trampolines, and many other amusements. The beach itself Playa del Pinillo is quite narrow, but safe and clean with toilet, restaurant and bar facilities. There is no promenade as such, but the beach can be accessed directly off the N coast road and parking is available on site. Marbella's Golden Mile is without doubt the place to be seen with its beaches, world famous hotels including Puente Romano Hotel and designer shops.

The golden mile coastline is made up from many different beaches between Marbella and Puerto Banus and is flanked by a recently built promenade with is many beach bars dotted along the way.

These beaches have held the Blue Flag since If you feel like treating yourself, why not spend a day relaxing in the Marbella Club Beach Club. This lovely beach is overlooked by the fabulous Guadalmina Golf Course and Hotel on the western outskirts of San Pedro de Alcantara and has excellent facilities and a clean safe beach with many restaurants and bars close at hand.

There is the usual sun bed and umbrella hire and varied water sports and activities available from the hotel such as windsurfing, jet skiing, speed boats and pedalos. Reach the beach by turning off the N just before the concrete arch travelling west out of San Pedro.

Situated at Km on the N coast road east of Estepona, Hacienda Beach is close to the luxury Las Dunas Hotel which has all manner of water sports and leisure activities on offer. The beach is clean, safe and well equipped with a variety of restaurants and bars, toilets, sun bed and umbrella hire and beach showers. Take the La Cala exit off the N, park at the back of the town by the shops and walk down to the beach area.

Nice sandy beaches, well equipped with many bars and restaurants close at hand. Fishing boats and nets on the beaches all add to the atmosphere of this very pleasant resort which unfortunately does get quite crowded during July and August.

Worth a visit though, but arrive early. Pedalo hire and some wind surfing. Once upon a time, La Carihuela belonged to Torremolinos and was its fishing area. Nowadays, located on its western outskirts, La Carihuela still retains its charm and quaintness with narrow streets, a lovely new pedestrian promenade lined with fabulous fish restaurants and an extensive stretch of sandy beach with beds and umbrellas for hire, pedaloes, windsurfing and bars with showers and toilets.

The Marbesa beach is a long narrow stretch sand popular with local residents. There is no promenade here but the rather quality residential area of Marbesa overlooks it, with plenty of parking.

A good choice of restaurants and bars some having sunbeds and umbrellas for hire. Popular with the locals for jogging and walking. Take the Las Chapas exit off the N and head down to the beach. Mijas Costa is the long stretch of coast between Fuengirola and Marbella along which many urbanisations have sprung up on the inland side of the N and pedestrian bridges and under passes have been built to enable access to the many beaches.

The majority of the beaches are sandy but fairly narrow. The urbanisations of Riviera del Sol and Calahonda all have access to reasonable beaches where a beach bar or restaurant is never far away and they will all have toilets and sunbed and umbrella hire. The Nueva Andalucia beach is situated a 15 minute stroll west of Puerto Banus and is sandy and well equipped.

Several beach clubs overlook the beach, including the Moosh Moosh at Villamarina and although not a formal promenade, it is an easy walk into Puerto Banus to enjoy the nightlife and shopping. A good choice of beach restaurants and bars with toilets, showers and sunbed and umbrella hire.

Windsurfing and pedalo hire available and jet ski and speed boat hire from the marina itself. It is also known as Playa de las Dunas-Carib and is a naturist beach. It can be best accessed by the Cabopino exit off the N and turning right into the sand dunes before arriving at the marina. Select your preferred departure airport. Select your preferred duration. Select passenger details Our Costa Blanca villas give you the perfect base to explore the hugely popular south-east Spain.

Visitors return year after year to enjoy the amazing fresh produce the region has to offer. There is a huge amount of internationally acclaimed restaurants to enjoy, as well as traditional tapas bars and harbour-side fish eateries.

Our Costa Blanca villas are in some of the best resorts across the region, so you really are spoilt for choice. The locations have been selected due to their friendly, relaxed atmospheres, fantastic facilities and picturesque scenery.

Javea is split between the traditional Old Town, bustling port and beautiful Arenal Beach. Discover the historic architecture or laze on the sandy beach and sip sangria overlooking the ocean. There are also plenty of fun activities to get involved in, such as water skiing, sailing, fishing, scuba diving and windsurfing. Moraira is a picturesque resort with a chic marina dotted with upmarket restaurants. Its beaches have been awarded EEC Blue Flags for their cleanliness and offer a range of water sports, making it really family friendly.

Calpe lies in the region of Valencia and is conveniently close to Alicante, reached within an hour by car if you wanted to explore the city. Calpe is a historic fishing village offering ancient architecture, stretches of golden sand as well as fun activities like climbing.

No matter where you choose, all our Costa Blanca villas come with private pools as standard, many with pool heating as well as air conditioning, BBQs, table tennis and pool tables. Plus, we have friendly in-resort staff that will visit if you request.

They will answer any queries you have and give you some top tips, including the best restaurants and must-see attractions! Plus, we strive to make the booking process as quick and easy as possible. You can book flights, car hire, transfers and insurance right here. This means you can spend less time organising your holiday and more time dreaming about time spent by your private pool. There is so much for you to see and do during your Costa Blanca Villa Plus holiday, that you must remember to leave time to relax!

One place you might enjoy is the historic old town of Javea. Like so many seaside resorts here, it was originally a fishing village, but regular raids by pirates drove the townsfolk to move just over a mile inland where they built what is now regarded as the old town, a maze of cobbled streets lined with whitewashed houses, Tosca stone porticoes, gothic bay windows, wrought iron window bars and balcony railings, clustered around the 12th Century gothic church of San Bartolome.

Today Javea is a small, historic town, free of high rise buildings, inhabited mainly by warm and friendly people who welcome tourists. The salt water lagoon is an important haven for wildlife, especially birds, and more than different species have been spotted here. The lake attracts herons, large flocks of flamingos and other migrating birds at various times of the year.

This unusual nature reserve with its reed beds was at one time an active salt works. A special market building was completed in and decorated with six huge, impressive paintings of fishing scenes and seafaring legends by the artist Elias Urbez. The good news is that it has a viewing gallery so that you can watch the auction in comfort.

In Calpe, around 1, tons of fish are caught every year by about people in 22 boats. The catch includes gilthead, whiting, red mullet, squid, octopus, grouper, mackerel and several kinds of shellfish. Unlike some resorts on the Costa Blanca, Moraira is still very much a Spanish community, and has resisted most of the high rise, mass catering aspects of modern tourism, protected by strict planning regulations.

Its sandy beaches are set in eight kilometers of beautiful coastline against a backdrop of forests, vineyards and mountains. The berth Blue Flag marina is a great spot for upmarket shopping, eating and people-watching. You can choose any one of our villas in the Costa Blanca and enjoy a holiday you will dream about for many years to come.

We know how to make you happy! Or you can have a really active holiday, trying some of the many water sports on offer, or exploring the fascinating coastline. Our villas give you a brilliant base from which to explore, or a luxury home from home you need hardly leave at all! But if you do go on an adventure, you will return to a beautiful house with everything you need to be happy and comfortable, and a lovely, cool calm bedroom will be waiting for you after the heat of the day.

Like so many seaside resorts here, it was originally a fishing village, but regular raids by pirates drove the townsfolk to move 2 miles inland where they built what is now regarded as the old town, a maze of cobbled streets lined with whitewashed houses, Tosca stone porticoes, gothic bay windows, wrought iron window bars and balcony railings, clustered around the 12th Century gothic church of San Bartolome.

Its sandy beaches are set in 5 miles of beautiful coastline against a backdrop of forests, vineyards and mountains. Like so many Mediterranean coastal holiday resorts, Calpe, on the East Coast of Southern Spain, was originally a little fishing village. Today it is a busy town, but fishing is still important, and there is a fish auction at the port each afternoon, with chefs from the many excellent fish restaurants bidding for fresh seafood for your dinner!

Nestled between the Mediterranean Sea, Montgo Mountain, Valencia and Alicante you will find Javea, a place divided into three distinct parts, each just over a mile apart. A region of diverse and colourful towns and cities from the bright lights of Benidorm with its skyscrapers and chip shops to the cosmopolitan resorts of Javea and Moraira to the north. The mountains that surround the area offer mountain top villages, vineyards, citrus groves and wheat fields, with the cities, full of colour and vigour offering a contrast to this laid back style of life.

You can also check out Benidorm, still a top holiday destination welcoming millions of visitors every year to enjoy its great beaches and intense nightlife. You can travel to Benidorm by boat from the marina at Calpe — a great way to see the beaches, coves and cliffs of this remarkable coastline. If your holiday would be incomplete without a few rounds of golf, you have come to the right place!

Club de Golf Ifach, 2 miles from Calpe is part of the San Jaime Urbanisation in Moraira, and a good place to start, but you need to have a valid handicap certificate from your home club with you. With just one putting green, it is one of the smaller courses around. However, it is deceptively difficult and not for the faint hearted!

Javier Arana created the Ifach Club course to be short and tricky with numerous obstacles, so if you like a challenge, this may be for you. It sits in the sea, a mighty landmark that can be seen for miles, towering over the town and dividing the shoreline to create two gorgeous sandy beaches. For the very fit there is a walking route through a tunnel in the rock that takes you right to the top where the views over the bay are extraordinary.

On a clear day you can see as far as Ibiza. Behind the town loom the the majestic Sierra Bernia Mountains, providing a beautiful, dramatic backdrop. Miles of white sand lapped by clean, clear, turquoise waters make the Costa Blanca a beach lovers dream.

More than beaches achieve the high standards required for the Blue flag scheme assuring the standards of cleanliness across the region. Good facilities and water sports are available at most resorts whilst those seeking peace and tranquillity can easily find a secluded cove for a day of rest and relaxation.

Advocat Cove is made up of gravel and fine sand and has a small breakwater at its Southern most point. This area is also perfect for peaceful walks. There is parking available as well as a beach bar and disabled access. Small pebble coves dotted along the coast of Altea, some have been improved with sand recycled onto the beach. Those close to the hotels have the best facilities although these may be limited to residents. Long stretches of fine sand are separated by the Penon De Ifach towering above the port and Marina.

The Arenal is lined by a pedestrianised promenade lined with cafes, bars and restaurants with many open late into the evening. The sand is cleaned daily and there are a wide variety of watersports available. Parking is available along the length of both beaches. The beach is Blue Flag approved and lifeguards are present 1 June to 30 Sept. The famous horseshoe bay of fine sand in the centre of this popular resort has a gentle slope into the sea and is a good place for introducing children to swimming in the sea.

There are public showers and toilet facilities plus parasols and sunbeds available to hire. The bay is surrounded by a wide choice of bars and restaurants along the attractive pedestrianised promenade. In the summer you can stroll along the front and enjoy the stalls selling a variety of handmade crafts. The summer months are busy and Arenal is a favourite meeting place to go out and enjoy the bars.

Accompanied jet-ski tours are available as is the hire of motor boats and boats for trips. Parking is available along the length of the beach area and there are also bus and taxi stops. The beach has wheelchair access and is Blue Flag approved with a lifeguard usually present from 1 June to 30 Sept. The famous Levante sunrise and Poniente Sunset stretch the length of this resort gently shelving into the warn sea. Fine sand and well served by beach bars with watersports and facilities along the entire length.

Pedestrianised promenade along the length of the Levante beach. Can become very busy during peak season and parking can be difficult. Both are Blue Flag approved and lifeguards present year around.

This relatively small cove, approximately m, consists of shingle and pebbles. This is a quiet and picturesque bay used by naturists. Cala Blanca Beach has beautiful scenery and an authentic Spanish restaurant. From the distance, you can the boats moored up in the bay by the purple caves. There are a few rock pools to explore and the sea is great for snorkelling. Cala Grandella is small but full of character. Measuring at about m, this is a cove consisting of shingle, pebbles and rock with clear water.

A lifeguard is present with safety flags indicating swimming conditions. Canoeing is available and sunbeds and parasols are available for hire. Diving and snorkelling are also popular here.

Shower and toilet facilities are also present. A bar and restaurant overlook the fantastic view from this bay. Ample parking is available nearby with view points overlooking the bay. Barraca Portitxol is an exceptional rustic cover consisting of shingle, pebbles and rock. This cove looks out to the beautiful Isle of Portitxol.

The beach has the advantage of a shallow bay with the water gradually sloping, making it ideal for paddling or shallow snorkelling. There is a lifeguard present with safety flags indicating swimming conditions. Canoeing is available for the more active, along with view points to enjoy the stunning scenery. Toilet facilities are also available. There are a selection of restaurants behind the beach. Cala Pope Tango is a wonderfully unique smaller cove. It is rustic with sand and small pebbles, great for exploring.

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In the summer you can stroll along the front and enjoy the stalls selling a variety of handmade crafts. The summer months are busy and Arenal is a favourite meeting place to go out and enjoy the bars.

Accompanied jet-ski tours are available as is the hire of motor boats and boats for trips. Parking is available along the length of the beach area and there are also bus and taxi stops.

The beach has wheelchair access and is Blue Flag approved with a lifeguard usually present from 1 June to 30 Sept. The famous Levante sunrise and Poniente Sunset stretch the length of this resort gently shelving into the warn sea. Fine sand and well served by beach bars with watersports and facilities along the entire length. Pedestrianised promenade along the length of the Levante beach. Can become very busy during peak season and parking can be difficult.

Both are Blue Flag approved and lifeguards present year around. This relatively small cove, approximately m, consists of shingle and pebbles. This is a quiet and picturesque bay used by naturists.

Cala Blanca Beach has beautiful scenery and an authentic Spanish restaurant. From the distance, you can the boats moored up in the bay by the purple caves. There are a few rock pools to explore and the sea is great for snorkelling.

Cala Grandella is small but full of character. Measuring at about m, this is a cove consisting of shingle, pebbles and rock with clear water. A lifeguard is present with safety flags indicating swimming conditions.

Canoeing is available and sunbeds and parasols are available for hire. Diving and snorkelling are also popular here.

Shower and toilet facilities are also present. A bar and restaurant overlook the fantastic view from this bay. Ample parking is available nearby with view points overlooking the bay. Barraca Portitxol is an exceptional rustic cover consisting of shingle, pebbles and rock. This cove looks out to the beautiful Isle of Portitxol. The beach has the advantage of a shallow bay with the water gradually sloping, making it ideal for paddling or shallow snorkelling.

There is a lifeguard present with safety flags indicating swimming conditions. Canoeing is available for the more active, along with view points to enjoy the stunning scenery. Toilet facilities are also available. There are a selection of restaurants behind the beach. Cala Pope Tango is a wonderfully unique smaller cove. It is rustic with sand and small pebbles, great for exploring.

You can enjoy a spot of diving and this cove also has safety flags and buoys to advise of swimming conditions. There are ample facilities nearby including restaurants and a bar.

This is a small cove consisting of shingle and pebbles, with view points and accessible only by foot. Denia has a long stretch of beach from the resort centre northwards towards Olivo.

Fine sand and gently shelving, the beach is rarely crowded throughout the year. Well served by beach bars and shower facilities and parking is available throughout the length of the beach. Denia also has a number of smaller coves and shingle beaches providing a peaceful alternative.

Blue Flag approved and lifeguard present 1 June to 30 Sept. El Benissero extends from the Port breakwater along to the Parador hotel. This is a semi-urban open beach with shingles and rocks, making the water crystal clear. This beach is popular for walking. Here you can hire jet skis or take a perch at one of the chiringuitos.

Windsurfing and canoeing are also available here at El Benissero. If you want to hire a jet ski you'll need photo ID. There is a lifeguard facility here with safety flags for swimming conditions. Sunbeds and parasols are available to hire and there are also shower facilities. There is also a car park and bus service nearby. A restaurant and bar are also located here. A sandy cove surrounded by high cliffs makes this one of the most picturesque beaches on the coast.

The small promenade features a range of shops and some good quality restaurants. The resort centre is walking distance and offers a wide range of facilities and parking. Granadella Beach is found at the end of a winding lane and has a gravel car park. Lifeguards are on duty during high season. The beach is made up of stones and is popular with the locals, as the water is very clear and there are lots of rocks eith side, making it a lovely cove.

There are 2 beach front restaurants available. The pebbly beach runs from the Parador end of the sandy Arenal beach, all the way to the Port. During the summer months this pebbly beach has some lovely beach bars dotted along the route, a great place for anything from breakfast to sun downers and on into the night.

Most offer wifi, TV, food and of course drinks. Take a dip in the sea, watch the world go by and enjoy some of the amazing fireworks set over the sea in July normally as part of the Moors and Christians Fiesta. The gently shelving beach of L'Ampolla lies just a short distance from the resort centre.

Fine sand and with good childrens facilities with a playpark showers available. There is also a beach bar and plenty of parking which also serves the resort centre. With fine golden sand, it has all kind of services and facilities and in summer nights it becomes an improvised cinema.

It is delimited by a well cared waterfront where restaurants, ice-cream stalls and all kind of shops follow one another. Equipment and services: this beach has special handicapped persons facilities, red cross, playground, sports area, restaurants, camping, lifeguards, beach umbrellas and hammocks, parking, walloways, cleaning service and waste bins.

You can just see the 16th century Cap d'Or watchtower used to warn against Barbary pirates. Benissa's La Fustera beach is a short distance down from the coastal road and is popular with the locals. The La Fustera supermarket open all year is nearby. To the north of Calpe on the winding coastal road towards Moraira are a number of coves and marinas proving clean and safe facilities, well maintained and groomed daily. Each of the coves has access to one of the commercial centres along the coast road.

There is parking at each of the coves and some have small beach bars providing drinks and snacks throughout the day. The coves provide excellent snorkelling and boats can be chartered for Scuba diving. Lifeguards are available during peak season.

Bus and taxi stops are also along the beach, enabling easy access. This beach has scenic walks and you can stop at a restaurant there for a bite to eat.

This is a semi urban beach with rocks and shingle. Ministre is located between El Benissero and Arenal. You can see here where the Toscan stone used to be excavated. For a beach with more facilities, Arenal is a short distance. Moraira beach has everything you need and you can even choose between fine sand, rocks or pebbles! This beach is not over-populated and has a range of excellent facilities, including beach games, restaurants, washing facilties, a watch tower to admire the amazing view and ample parking.

Plenty of parking nearby although in peak season may be busy with locals. Blue Flag approved with lifeguard present 1June to 30Sept. This is a small rustic cove with shingle and rocks. Surrounded by white cliffs and some rock pools, this cove is only accessed by foot. You can enjoy the stunning scenery from the view point on the promenade.

Ample parking is nearby. A small cove with good facilities including a bar and restaurant and a small port with fishing boats and boat for fishing charters. The beach views across to the Penon De Ifach and some of the modern architecture of the resort of Calpe. Parking available. Segon Muntanyar is a semi urban, rough and rocky area of beach that is popular for walking. A restaurant serves this beach and and there are also bus services.

There's something about Spain that means that culinary excellence is in its very roots. The country may be a relaxed one, yes, but the flavours and tastes that can be experienced in Spanish cuisine is an exciting adventure, and one that's best experienced in the coastal regions of the country, places such as Costa Blanca. The close proximity to the ocean of course indicates that there'll be plenty of seafood on the typical Costa Blanca menu, but be sure to expect a healthy dose of meat too, along with great use of seasonal produce and locally sourced herbs, spices and oils.

For incredibly fresh seafood, why not venture down to the harbour and buy directly from the fisherman? The Spanish markets are a must-see for many of the Costa Blanca visitors, and there's an abundance of them to explore. One of the most favoured markets is the one in the town of Moraira, held every Friday morning just behind the town centre. Here you'll find an abundance of fresh, seasonal fruit and vegetables as well as nuts, spices and oils, herbs and dried fruit, along with many non-food items too.

A very similar market takes place every Thursday in Javea, too. Be sure to also take a look at the slightly smaller market in Teulada. It takes place on a Wednesday, and is much more of a local market. Here, you'll find more practical items and excellent quality food for a little less than in Moraira.

We have centrally located villas in the Costa del Sol with bars and restaurants within walking distance. We also have large villas with up to seven bedrooms, giving you plenty of room for gathering family and friends together for fun and relaxation. Why not celebrate a big birthday or anniversary with a special holiday together? Our villas all have private pools, many of them heated so you can still enjoy a swim in the spring and autumn.

If you feel inspired by the locally grown produce and freshly caught fish, create your own meals on the BBQ and dine al fresco. Alternatively, give yourself a break from the kitchen and eat in authentic Spanish tapas bars or any number of other international restaurants.

Whether you want to relax by your pool with a good book or hire a car to explore the surrounding area, holidays in Spain cater to a myriad of tastes. Enjoy a stay in one of our Andalucia villas, soaking up fabulous resorts like Nerja, Frigiliana and Torrox Costa, not to mention Mediterranean sunshine in abundance.

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Select the Costa del Sol for laid-back authentic Spanish towns like the stunning streets of Mijas, or the beautiful beaches and award-winning restaurants of Marbella. At Villa Plus, we have excellently equipped and stylish accommodation in the Balearic Islands. These islands offer the best of both worlds, from natural settings, beaches and wildlife, to endless activities, attractions and busy towns. This includes the cobbled streets and charm of Pollensa, where accommodation benefits from both amenities and a beautiful location.

While the small island of Menorca can be easily explored from all of our villas, so you can visit the historical Ciutadella as well as the capital, Mahon. With continual sunshine and warm temperatures year round, our holiday homes in the Canary Islands are always popular. Whether you love exhilarating water sports, want to recline by the pool, or try some of the local dishes, their location allows you to make the most of everything these volcanic islands have to offer.

From dramatic lunar landscapes and surf-ready seas, to quiet resorts and relaxed beaches, the Canaries appeal to every lifestyle. Choose Tenerife for its black sands, delicious cuisine and the scenery of Teide National Park. Lanzarote has loads of attractions making it great for a fun-filled family trip and its authentic Spanish architecture makes this island charming.

While Fuerteventura is a must for those who love being active, attracting water sports enthusiasts year after year. With a choice of 19 different resorts, you can select from rural, beachside and central locations that are ideal for families, couples and groups. Each villa has been carefully inspected and handpicked by our team, with a host of added extras including facilities such as Wi-Fi, air conditioning and BBQs at no additional cost.

To start planning your next holiday, browse our range for an unparalleled selection of villas in Spain. Enjoy a stay in one of our Andalucia villas, soaking up fabulous resorts like Nerja, Frigiliana and Torrox Costa, not to mention Mediterranean sunshine in abundance. The best beaches in the Canaries and glorious year round sunshine, there is something for everyone.

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Lifeguards are available during peak season. Bus and taxi stops are also along the beach, enabling easy access. This beach has scenic walks and you can stop at a restaurant there for a bite to eat. This is a semi urban beach with rocks and shingle.

Ministre is located between El Benissero and Arenal. You can see here where the Toscan stone used to be excavated. For a beach with more facilities, Arenal is a short distance. Moraira beach has everything you need and you can even choose between fine sand, rocks or pebbles! This beach is not over-populated and has a range of excellent facilities, including beach games, restaurants, washing facilties, a watch tower to admire the amazing view and ample parking.

Plenty of parking nearby although in peak season may be busy with locals. Blue Flag approved with lifeguard present 1June to 30Sept. This is a small rustic cove with shingle and rocks. Surrounded by white cliffs and some rock pools, this cove is only accessed by foot.

You can enjoy the stunning scenery from the view point on the promenade. Ample parking is nearby. A small cove with good facilities including a bar and restaurant and a small port with fishing boats and boat for fishing charters. The beach views across to the Penon De Ifach and some of the modern architecture of the resort of Calpe. Parking available. Segon Muntanyar is a semi urban, rough and rocky area of beach that is popular for walking.

A restaurant serves this beach and and there are also bus services. There's something about Spain that means that culinary excellence is in its very roots. The country may be a relaxed one, yes, but the flavours and tastes that can be experienced in Spanish cuisine is an exciting adventure, and one that's best experienced in the coastal regions of the country, places such as Costa Blanca.

The close proximity to the ocean of course indicates that there'll be plenty of seafood on the typical Costa Blanca menu, but be sure to expect a healthy dose of meat too, along with great use of seasonal produce and locally sourced herbs, spices and oils. For incredibly fresh seafood, why not venture down to the harbour and buy directly from the fisherman?

The Spanish markets are a must-see for many of the Costa Blanca visitors, and there's an abundance of them to explore. One of the most favoured markets is the one in the town of Moraira, held every Friday morning just behind the town centre.

Here you'll find an abundance of fresh, seasonal fruit and vegetables as well as nuts, spices and oils, herbs and dried fruit, along with many non-food items too. A very similar market takes place every Thursday in Javea, too.

Be sure to also take a look at the slightly smaller market in Teulada. It takes place on a Wednesday, and is much more of a local market. Here, you'll find more practical items and excellent quality food for a little less than in Moraira. If you've hired a car and are happy to travel a little further afield for produce, then be sure to check out Denia, Altea and Benissa.

All of these host markets that are full of local flavour, but be sure to ask about the specific days and times when you arrive in Costa Blanca.

In Costa Blanca, the food is very traditional; the flavours are strong and the colours are vibrant, and there are most certainly a few dishes that you should try during your time in the resort.

You'll find some more foodie tips and the nicest places to try the dishes in Villa Plus Guide to Costa Blanca , but in the meantime, have a look at some of these speciality dishes Paella — Perhaps one of the most iconic dishes of Spain, Paella makes use of everything that the country is great at producing.

Fresh fish, saffron-infused rice and local vegetables make this dish a tasty treat, and seems to taste even better when ordered in a giant pan to share between you and your guests. Cocido con Pelotas — Though a potage, the tasty dish combines little balls made of egg and parsley that appear in the soup both crumbled and fried. Arroz a banda — At its essence, arroz a banda is a simple dish, though it can be paired with extra bits depending on the preference of the chef.

Typically, it is rice that's cooked with dried red peppers to give it a little kick, but is often served up with calamari squid , shrimp, chicken or pork with garlic. You cannot ignore the prevalence of tapas dishes in this region of Spain, either. Though the above dishes are delectable too, there are few things more exciting in a meal than sharing a few small plates, giving you the option to sample as many bites as possible! This is a growing notion in the UK too, and though tapas dishes feel like they could be difficult to recreate at home, in actual fact they are simple and easy to prepare — perfect to eat with a group of friends and a good bottle of wine.

Here, we have easy versions of two Spanish favourites: Patatas bravas with chorizo, and Paella with squid. Firstly, you'll create the very thick sauce that you'll eventually stir into the potatoes. To do this, you need to fry the onion, garlic, chilli, paprika and cayenne pepper in the olive oil until browned. Next, add the chopped tomatoes, combine, and leave it to simmer until a nice, thick paste is formed — this will take around 20 minutes.

In the meantime, steam the potatoes for around 10 minutes. In another frying pan, slowly cook the chorizo so that its oils are released. Once the potatoes are steamed, add them to the chorizo pan, and turn the heat up! Once browned, they are ready to serve up with your sauce.

To get started, put the olive oil in a frying pan and heat, before adding the chorizo, onion and garlic, allowing to cook until softened. Then add the turmeric, stirring the pan's contents as you go, before adding the prawns, peas and rice along with a good dose of boiling water, around ml.

Keep stirring until everything is combined and cooked through before serving — don't forget those lemon wedges, they make a great visual addition when plating up! French Riviera. Italy Puglia.

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Villas in Costa Blanca: Where to Choose? Costa Blanca Villas with Villa Plus No matter where you choose, all our Costa Blanca villas come with private pools as standard, many with pool heating as well as air conditioning, BBQs, table tennis and pool tables.

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Sleeps 2 to Heated Pool 30 x 17 ft. Free Air Con. Car Useful. Customer rating 6 : 4. Although famed for its spectacular coastline and sunny climate, the Costa del Sol has a plethora of activities and attractions on offer. You could enjoy a round of golf, explore one of the traditional hillside villages, or party till you drop in one of the glitzy nightclubs.

Often referred to as the Costa del Golf, this area of Southern Spain is heaven for keen golfers. There are plenty of high quality championship courses in the Costa del Sol including Valderrama, ranked as one of the world's best courses. The destination often plays host to events such as the Ryder Cup and the Spanish Open. Plus, you can rely on the weather being great, with over days of sunshine a year!

The Costa del Sol is the place to be for water sports enthusiasts and beginners alike. With over miles of coastline, many of the beaches offer lots of water sport activities for the whole family to enjoy.

From jet-skis, kitesurfing, flyboarding, water-skiing, wakeboarding and windsurfing, there is so much for you to try. Scuba divers will love the clear blue waters or, if you prefer not to go too deep, hire a boat or kayak! If you can drag yourself away from your villa, the Costa del Sol is full to the brim with family friendly attractions that make fantastic day trips!

Discover the Butterfly Park, take a boat trip to look for dolphins, or cool off one of the 3 waterparks - there is plenty to keep everyone happy! The Costa del Sol is an exciting and diverse region, steeped in history and rich in culture that deserves to be explored and enjoyed. Head inland to a rural village or town and you'll soon discover the original Spanish culture of traditional Andalucia.

From the charming village of Mijas to the bustling streets of Malaga, Costa Del Sol offers more than just a spectacular coastline! Foodies are spoilt for choice in the Costa del Sol — from traditional paella and tapas to international favourites such as pizza or Chinese, there really is something for everyone!

Most of the coastal resorts offer excellent seafood restaurants and traditional tapas bars all along the promenade, plus plenty of chiringuitos - beach bars — for a relaxed atmosphere. Many restaurants will offer alfresco dining, so you can make the most of the warm summer evenings.

There is a vast and varied night scene in the Costa del Sol and each town has its own style and flavour. Marbella is a renowned party hot spot, with a whole host of glamourous beach clubs and night clubs. Spain is famous for its traditional horse shows, and there are great examples of this within the Costa del Sol.

The Finca Cartujano puts on a weekly unique spectacle showing the visitor the dance and elegance of the pure-blooded Spanish Carthusian horse, with examples of dressage and ballet combined with traditional Spanish costumes and Andalucian music. Or, visit the Ranchito Horse Show in Torremolinos, where the Rhythm on Horse show is a recommended experience for all horse lovers. With over miles of coastline, most of it accessible and with sandy beaches, the Costa del Sol is a beach lovers paradise.

A day on the beach is very popular with residents and holidaymakers alike and in this section of Villaplus. Some of the beaches are located directly off the main N coast road and down small tracks or lanes. Others, particularly in the main resorts have lovely leafy promenades where you can park and some have pedestrian promenade access only. Wherever you choose, there will be a restaurant or bar close by and with the months of July and August attracting more crowds than the quieter off season months.

This section of beach is used by the visitors to the Golf Hotel Atalaya Park, but is also open to the public in general. Tucked into a small bay, the Atalaya beach is great for all ages including families and, due to the close proximity of the hotel, there is a variety of watersports available.

This is a fairly new nudist beach located in cove yards west of the Torrequebrada Casino and Hotel and accessed from the N Benamara beach is located on the eastern outskirts of Estepona just 2 miles west of San Pedro de Alcantara close to the established residential area of El Pilar.

The beach is easily reached by taking the pedestrian footbridge located across from the Benavista shopping centre. Bil Bil Beach is the main beach on Benalmadena Costa and is situated off the N, south of the town of Arroyo de la Miel and just west of Benalmadena port. Close by is the Bil Bil Castle, an attractive terracotta coloured replica Moorish Castle built on the promenade which houses a restaurant and bar and is the choice venue for many local weddings. The beach is well equipped with bars and restaurants, sunbed and umbrella hire, pedaloes and surfing.

The main road behind is lined with apartments, shops, bars and restaurants and the attractive promenade provides a pleasant stroll or place to sit and watch the world go by. Carvajal is the pleasant and reasonably quiet beach area at the far eastern end of Fuengirola, before it leads on to Benalmadena Costa.

The locals make a beeline for it at weekends, and tend to arrive early! However, it is wide, clean and safe with plenty of restaurants and bars close at hand.

Access it by getting on to the Paseo Maritimo at Torreblanca and turning left. The Castillo El Ejido beach is located below the old Moorish castle on the western side of Fuengirola.

The parking is good, although high season it gets a bit congested and the beach is a favourite with the local residents. Many new beach bars and restaurants have sprung up here over the past season and a new hotel is presently under construction on the promenade behind. The estuary of the river is popular and children swim in the small shallow lake before it reaches the open sea.

Nets and posts are on site for various ball games enjoyed by the locals, also sunbed and umbrella hire from the various bars. It can be found at Km Daily membership is available. Located just east of Estepona, El Padron beach is a popular stretch of sandy beach with several beach bars and restaurants and facilities such as sun bed and umbrella hire. The luxury Hotel Kempinski overlooks the beach at Km off the N coast road and offers many water sports and activities, such as boating, diving and snorkelling, wind surfing and pedalos.

The main beach at Estepona is the Playa de la Rada, a fine long and wide stretch of sand overlooked by a pleasant tree lined promenade with gardens and children play areas with many restaurants and bars to choose from. The beach was awarded the Blue Flag in and has excellent facilities. There is parking along the promenade although in high season it gets quite busy.

Other public parking close by. Another beach in Estepona is the Blue Flag Playa El Cristo found just to the west of the town and within easy walking distance of the town and the marina. Located in a cove it is a west facing beach, with bars, showers and parking.

Playa Fontanilla is the very popular beach lying west of the sporting marina and connecting with the Playa Casablanca, together they stretch almost to the western side of Marbella town. A lovely promenade overlooks this extensive stretch of coast, which offers clean safe bathing and excellent facilities. Plenty of restaurants and bars with toilets, showers and the usual sunbed and umbrella hire.

Water sports such as speed boat and jet ski hire are available from the marina but windsurfing and pedalo hire centres are located at various centres along the beach. Funny Beach, advertised by a giant sized Coca Cola can on the beach side just east of Marbella town has a variety of water sports available such as jet ski hire, canoe and pedalo hire and wind surfing. For children and adults they also have go karting, trampolines, and many other amusements. The beach itself Playa del Pinillo is quite narrow, but safe and clean with toilet, restaurant and bar facilities.

There is no promenade as such, but the beach can be accessed directly off the N coast road and parking is available on site. Marbella's Golden Mile is without doubt the place to be seen with its beaches, world famous hotels including Puente Romano Hotel and designer shops. The golden mile coastline is made up from many different beaches between Marbella and Puerto Banus and is flanked by a recently built promenade with is many beach bars dotted along the way.

These beaches have held the Blue Flag since If you feel like treating yourself, why not spend a day relaxing in the Marbella Club Beach Club. This lovely beach is overlooked by the fabulous Guadalmina Golf Course and Hotel on the western outskirts of San Pedro de Alcantara and has excellent facilities and a clean safe beach with many restaurants and bars close at hand.

There is the usual sun bed and umbrella hire and varied water sports and activities available from the hotel such as windsurfing, jet skiing, speed boats and pedalos. Reach the beach by turning off the N just before the concrete arch travelling west out of San Pedro.

Situated at Km on the N coast road east of Estepona, Hacienda Beach is close to the luxury Las Dunas Hotel which has all manner of water sports and leisure activities on offer. The beach is clean, safe and well equipped with a variety of restaurants and bars, toilets, sun bed and umbrella hire and beach showers.

Take the La Cala exit off the N, park at the back of the town by the shops and walk down to the beach area. Nice sandy beaches, well equipped with many bars and restaurants close at hand. Fishing boats and nets on the beaches all add to the atmosphere of this very pleasant resort which unfortunately does get quite crowded during July and August.

Worth a visit though, but arrive early. Pedalo hire and some wind surfing. Once upon a time, La Carihuela belonged to Torremolinos and was its fishing area. Nowadays, located on its western outskirts, La Carihuela still retains its charm and quaintness with narrow streets, a lovely new pedestrian promenade lined with fabulous fish restaurants and an extensive stretch of sandy beach with beds and umbrellas for hire, pedaloes, windsurfing and bars with showers and toilets.

The Marbesa beach is a long narrow stretch sand popular with local residents. There is no promenade here but the rather quality residential area of Marbesa overlooks it, with plenty of parking. A good choice of restaurants and bars some having sunbeds and umbrellas for hire. Popular with the locals for jogging and walking. Take the Las Chapas exit off the N and head down to the beach.

Mijas Costa is the long stretch of coast between Fuengirola and Marbella along which many urbanisations have sprung up on the inland side of the N and pedestrian bridges and under passes have been built to enable access to the many beaches.

The majority of the beaches are sandy but fairly narrow. The urbanisations of Riviera del Sol and Calahonda all have access to reasonable beaches where a beach bar or restaurant is never far away and they will all have toilets and sunbed and umbrella hire. The Nueva Andalucia beach is situated a 15 minute stroll west of Puerto Banus and is sandy and well equipped. Several beach clubs overlook the beach, including the Moosh Moosh at Villamarina and although not a formal promenade, it is an easy walk into Puerto Banus to enjoy the nightlife and shopping.

A good choice of beach restaurants and bars with toilets, showers and sunbed and umbrella hire. Windsurfing and pedalo hire available and jet ski and speed boat hire from the marina itself. It is also known as Playa de las Dunas-Carib and is a naturist beach. It can be best accessed by the Cabopino exit off the N and turning right into the sand dunes before arriving at the marina. You will see signs for Andres beach bar. Usual facilities with sunbed and umbrella hire and toilets.

Turn off the N coast road and follow signs down to the beach past the old Moorish watchtower. At the bottom there is plenty of parking and access to the beach. The beach boasts a first class restaurant and bar, with pool and gardens and from where you can hire sunbeds and umbrellas on the beach. Pedalo hire and windsurfing are available. Puerto Banus is the ideal place for an exclusive selection of designer shops, restaurants and nightlife entertainment , together with an incredible display of yachts and pleaseure boats in the Marina.

To the east, towards Marbella town at a distance, the beach is mostly boarded by a relaxing promenade and leads you along the 'Golden Mile' streach of beaches with its array of top grade Hotels, beach bars and beach clubs along the way.

Windsurfing and pedalo hire are available as well as jet ski and speed boat hire, at selected beach areas on this part of the Marbella coastline. Playa Puerto Banus is another very popular beach and without doubt the place to be seen!

Protected to the west by the marina jetty, it stretches along to the east and is overlooked by the Marbella Club. If the beach was crowded you might be tempted to spend a day at its beach club and rub shoulders with the rich and famous.

If not, then be prepared for a crowded beach. Lots of bars and restaurants close at hand and the usual facilities. These three popular beaches located together around the Elviria area at Kms , and off the N coast road, all have very good facilities with plenty of restaurants and beach bars and adequate parking.

They are all reached down small roads through urbanisations and there is no promenade linking the three. Needless to say they do get busy during high season, especially at weekends with the locals but with daily cleaning, the beaches are safe and the atmosphere is always good. Access the beach by turning off the N at Sitio de Calahonda and taking the narrow road down with Mcdonalds on the left side. There is a car park and a flight of steps lead down to a fairly narrow beach with a restaurant and bar and sun bed and umbrella hire.

Very popular at weekends when parking could become difficult. Sabinillas is a fairly large coastal town located on the N coast road in between the exits for the inland villages of Casares and Manilva. Not regarded as a holiday resort, the long sandy beaches are popular with the locals and those that know about them with good facilities including bed and umbrella hire.

A real Spanish town with good shopping and a weekly market that is well worth visiting for its beach and typical bars and restaurants serving exquisite fish dishes. No promenade as such but plenty of parking in the little side streets leading down to the beach.

San Pedro is an attractive market town with its centre lying around yards from the coast on the N San Pedro beach is one of a series of long clean sandy beaches running from Puerto Banus to Guadalmina. The promenade and beach areas are attractive with good safe bathing and sports facilities. Sotogrande at the far western end of the Costa del Sol and close to Gibraltar, is a top venue for golf and polo.

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This cove looks out to the beautiful Isle of Portitxol. The beach has the advantage of a shallow bay with the water gradually sloping, making it ideal for paddling or shallow snorkelling. There is a lifeguard present with safety flags indicating swimming conditions. Canoeing is available for the more active, along with view points to enjoy the stunning scenery. Toilet facilities are also available.

There are a selection of restaurants behind the beach. Cala Pope Tango is a wonderfully unique smaller cove. It is rustic with sand and small pebbles, great for exploring. You can enjoy a spot of diving and this cove also has safety flags and buoys to advise of swimming conditions. There are ample facilities nearby including restaurants and a bar.

This is a small cove consisting of shingle and pebbles, with view points and accessible only by foot. Denia has a long stretch of beach from the resort centre northwards towards Olivo. Fine sand and gently shelving, the beach is rarely crowded throughout the year. Well served by beach bars and shower facilities and parking is available throughout the length of the beach.

Denia also has a number of smaller coves and shingle beaches providing a peaceful alternative. Blue Flag approved and lifeguard present 1 June to 30 Sept. El Benissero extends from the Port breakwater along to the Parador hotel. This is a semi-urban open beach with shingles and rocks, making the water crystal clear. This beach is popular for walking. Here you can hire jet skis or take a perch at one of the chiringuitos.

Windsurfing and canoeing are also available here at El Benissero. If you want to hire a jet ski you'll need photo ID. There is a lifeguard facility here with safety flags for swimming conditions.

Sunbeds and parasols are available to hire and there are also shower facilities. There is also a car park and bus service nearby. A restaurant and bar are also located here. A sandy cove surrounded by high cliffs makes this one of the most picturesque beaches on the coast.

The small promenade features a range of shops and some good quality restaurants. The resort centre is walking distance and offers a wide range of facilities and parking.

Granadella Beach is found at the end of a winding lane and has a gravel car park. Lifeguards are on duty during high season. The beach is made up of stones and is popular with the locals, as the water is very clear and there are lots of rocks eith side, making it a lovely cove. There are 2 beach front restaurants available. The pebbly beach runs from the Parador end of the sandy Arenal beach, all the way to the Port.

During the summer months this pebbly beach has some lovely beach bars dotted along the route, a great place for anything from breakfast to sun downers and on into the night. Most offer wifi, TV, food and of course drinks. Take a dip in the sea, watch the world go by and enjoy some of the amazing fireworks set over the sea in July normally as part of the Moors and Christians Fiesta. The gently shelving beach of L'Ampolla lies just a short distance from the resort centre.

Fine sand and with good childrens facilities with a playpark showers available. There is also a beach bar and plenty of parking which also serves the resort centre. With fine golden sand, it has all kind of services and facilities and in summer nights it becomes an improvised cinema.

It is delimited by a well cared waterfront where restaurants, ice-cream stalls and all kind of shops follow one another. Equipment and services: this beach has special handicapped persons facilities, red cross, playground, sports area, restaurants, camping, lifeguards, beach umbrellas and hammocks, parking, walloways, cleaning service and waste bins. You can just see the 16th century Cap d'Or watchtower used to warn against Barbary pirates.

Benissa's La Fustera beach is a short distance down from the coastal road and is popular with the locals. The La Fustera supermarket open all year is nearby. To the north of Calpe on the winding coastal road towards Moraira are a number of coves and marinas proving clean and safe facilities, well maintained and groomed daily. Each of the coves has access to one of the commercial centres along the coast road.

There is parking at each of the coves and some have small beach bars providing drinks and snacks throughout the day. The coves provide excellent snorkelling and boats can be chartered for Scuba diving. Lifeguards are available during peak season. Bus and taxi stops are also along the beach, enabling easy access. This beach has scenic walks and you can stop at a restaurant there for a bite to eat. This is a semi urban beach with rocks and shingle. Ministre is located between El Benissero and Arenal.

You can see here where the Toscan stone used to be excavated. For a beach with more facilities, Arenal is a short distance. Moraira beach has everything you need and you can even choose between fine sand, rocks or pebbles! This beach is not over-populated and has a range of excellent facilities, including beach games, restaurants, washing facilties, a watch tower to admire the amazing view and ample parking. Plenty of parking nearby although in peak season may be busy with locals.

Blue Flag approved with lifeguard present 1June to 30Sept. This is a small rustic cove with shingle and rocks. Surrounded by white cliffs and some rock pools, this cove is only accessed by foot.

You can enjoy the stunning scenery from the view point on the promenade. Ample parking is nearby. A small cove with good facilities including a bar and restaurant and a small port with fishing boats and boat for fishing charters. The beach views across to the Penon De Ifach and some of the modern architecture of the resort of Calpe.

Parking available. Segon Muntanyar is a semi urban, rough and rocky area of beach that is popular for walking. A restaurant serves this beach and and there are also bus services. There's something about Spain that means that culinary excellence is in its very roots. The country may be a relaxed one, yes, but the flavours and tastes that can be experienced in Spanish cuisine is an exciting adventure, and one that's best experienced in the coastal regions of the country, places such as Costa Blanca.

The close proximity to the ocean of course indicates that there'll be plenty of seafood on the typical Costa Blanca menu, but be sure to expect a healthy dose of meat too, along with great use of seasonal produce and locally sourced herbs, spices and oils.

For incredibly fresh seafood, why not venture down to the harbour and buy directly from the fisherman? The Spanish markets are a must-see for many of the Costa Blanca visitors, and there's an abundance of them to explore. One of the most favoured markets is the one in the town of Moraira, held every Friday morning just behind the town centre. Here you'll find an abundance of fresh, seasonal fruit and vegetables as well as nuts, spices and oils, herbs and dried fruit, along with many non-food items too.

A very similar market takes place every Thursday in Javea, too. Be sure to also take a look at the slightly smaller market in Teulada. It takes place on a Wednesday, and is much more of a local market. Here, you'll find more practical items and excellent quality food for a little less than in Moraira. If you've hired a car and are happy to travel a little further afield for produce, then be sure to check out Denia, Altea and Benissa.

All of these host markets that are full of local flavour, but be sure to ask about the specific days and times when you arrive in Costa Blanca. In Costa Blanca, the food is very traditional; the flavours are strong and the colours are vibrant, and there are most certainly a few dishes that you should try during your time in the resort. You'll find some more foodie tips and the nicest places to try the dishes in Villa Plus Guide to Costa Blanca , but in the meantime, have a look at some of these speciality dishes Paella — Perhaps one of the most iconic dishes of Spain, Paella makes use of everything that the country is great at producing.

Fresh fish, saffron-infused rice and local vegetables make this dish a tasty treat, and seems to taste even better when ordered in a giant pan to share between you and your guests. Cocido con Pelotas — Though a potage, the tasty dish combines little balls made of egg and parsley that appear in the soup both crumbled and fried.

Arroz a banda — At its essence, arroz a banda is a simple dish, though it can be paired with extra bits depending on the preference of the chef. Typically, it is rice that's cooked with dried red peppers to give it a little kick, but is often served up with calamari squid , shrimp, chicken or pork with garlic.

You cannot ignore the prevalence of tapas dishes in this region of Spain, either. Though the above dishes are delectable too, there are few things more exciting in a meal than sharing a few small plates, giving you the option to sample as many bites as possible! This is a growing notion in the UK too, and though tapas dishes feel like they could be difficult to recreate at home, in actual fact they are simple and easy to prepare — perfect to eat with a group of friends and a good bottle of wine.

Here, we have easy versions of two Spanish favourites: Patatas bravas with chorizo, and Paella with squid. Firstly, you'll create the very thick sauce that you'll eventually stir into the potatoes. To do this, you need to fry the onion, garlic, chilli, paprika and cayenne pepper in the olive oil until browned.

Next, add the chopped tomatoes, combine, and leave it to simmer until a nice, thick paste is formed — this will take around 20 minutes.

In the meantime, steam the potatoes for around 10 minutes. In another frying pan, slowly cook the chorizo so that its oils are released. Once the potatoes are steamed, add them to the chorizo pan, and turn the heat up! Once browned, they are ready to serve up with your sauce. To get started, put the olive oil in a frying pan and heat, before adding the chorizo, onion and garlic, allowing to cook until softened.

Then add the turmeric, stirring the pan's contents as you go, before adding the prawns, peas and rice along with a good dose of boiling water, around ml. Keep stirring until everything is combined and cooked through before serving — don't forget those lemon wedges, they make a great visual addition when plating up! French Riviera. Italy Puglia. Portugal Algarve. Our finest villas that offer a little something extra.

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One of the best known resorts in the region is Marbella, famous for its glamorous nightlife and seafront. It is full of bright lights, bars and clubs. Benalmadena is also famed for its ritzy nightlife, and some streets are wall-to-wall bars and nightclubs just waiting to come alive after dark. There are many pubs, cocktail bars and clubs that just keep going till breakfast time. The area around the marina is partyville with top D. For something more quaint, the old quarter of Marbella is interesting - you can still find a traditional flamenco show, and there is a Moorish castle; the famous Orange Square and 16th century Town Hall.

Villa holidays in Calahonda offer the chance to try out a wide range of beach sports, from underwater scuba diving to soaring above the ocean paragliding. If after all that you feel the need for some time with your feet on solid ground, why not enjoy some shopping through the market and boutiques followed by a fabulous meal. At heart it is still a traditional Spanish town, although it has developed into a major holiday resort packed with urbanisations, apartment blocks, villa complexes and hotels.

Famed for its 5 miles of beaches and attractive promenade lined with bars and restaurants, Fuengirola is a lively, cosmopolitan resort.

Guadalmina is a great destination for a sophisticated villa holiday. Las Chapas is a largely upmarket residential area set on a hillside, within easy reach of Marbesa Beach. Marbella offers the best of both worlds, located along a beautiful stretch of coast.

The resort is renowned for its stylish bars, glitzy nightlife and designer shopping, but head in to the old town for a more traditional Spanish experience.

Marbesa is a popular holiday resort along the stretch of coast known as Mijas Costa, between Fuengirola and Marbella. It is a well-established community that centres around the beachfront, with a number of beach bars and restaurants dotted along the coastline.

Mijas Pueblo is simply a delightful place for a villa holiday! Mijas Costa is a beach lovers paradise, stretching along 8 miles of coastline between Fuengirola and Marbella, with easy access to both towns.

La Cala de Mijas is the central point, a Spanish seaside town with a weekly market and a good range of shops and restaurants. A charming Andalucian white-washed village, Mijas Pueblo is perched on a mountainside over metres above sea level. Offering a more authentic, traditional Spanish experience with narrow alleyways, cobbled streets and small cafes.

San Pedro offers all you need for a great villa holiday but without burger bars and concrete tower blocks. Instead you have cobbled streets, a lovely beach and promenade, a chic and stylish marina, small independent shops and a great choice of bars, restaurants and clubs, all just over 6 miles away from all the glitz and glamour of Marbella.

Although famed for its spectacular coastline and sunny climate, the Costa del Sol has a plethora of activities and attractions on offer. You could enjoy a round of golf, explore one of the traditional hillside villages, or party till you drop in one of the glitzy nightclubs. Often referred to as the Costa del Golf, this area of Southern Spain is heaven for keen golfers.

There are plenty of high quality championship courses in the Costa del Sol including Valderrama, ranked as one of the world's best courses. The destination often plays host to events such as the Ryder Cup and the Spanish Open.

Plus, you can rely on the weather being great, with over days of sunshine a year! The Costa del Sol is the place to be for water sports enthusiasts and beginners alike. With over miles of coastline, many of the beaches offer lots of water sport activities for the whole family to enjoy. From jet-skis, kitesurfing, flyboarding, water-skiing, wakeboarding and windsurfing, there is so much for you to try.

Scuba divers will love the clear blue waters or, if you prefer not to go too deep, hire a boat or kayak! If you can drag yourself away from your villa, the Costa del Sol is full to the brim with family friendly attractions that make fantastic day trips! Discover the Butterfly Park, take a boat trip to look for dolphins, or cool off one of the 3 waterparks - there is plenty to keep everyone happy!

The Costa del Sol is an exciting and diverse region, steeped in history and rich in culture that deserves to be explored and enjoyed. Head inland to a rural village or town and you'll soon discover the original Spanish culture of traditional Andalucia.

From the charming village of Mijas to the bustling streets of Malaga, Costa Del Sol offers more than just a spectacular coastline! Foodies are spoilt for choice in the Costa del Sol — from traditional paella and tapas to international favourites such as pizza or Chinese, there really is something for everyone!

Most of the coastal resorts offer excellent seafood restaurants and traditional tapas bars all along the promenade, plus plenty of chiringuitos - beach bars — for a relaxed atmosphere. Many restaurants will offer alfresco dining, so you can make the most of the warm summer evenings.

There is a vast and varied night scene in the Costa del Sol and each town has its own style and flavour. Marbella is a renowned party hot spot, with a whole host of glamourous beach clubs and night clubs. Spain is famous for its traditional horse shows, and there are great examples of this within the Costa del Sol. The Finca Cartujano puts on a weekly unique spectacle showing the visitor the dance and elegance of the pure-blooded Spanish Carthusian horse, with examples of dressage and ballet combined with traditional Spanish costumes and Andalucian music.

Or, visit the Ranchito Horse Show in Torremolinos, where the Rhythm on Horse show is a recommended experience for all horse lovers. With over miles of coastline, most of it accessible and with sandy beaches, the Costa del Sol is a beach lovers paradise. A day on the beach is very popular with residents and holidaymakers alike and in this section of Villaplus. Some of the beaches are located directly off the main N coast road and down small tracks or lanes.

Others, particularly in the main resorts have lovely leafy promenades where you can park and some have pedestrian promenade access only. Wherever you choose, there will be a restaurant or bar close by and with the months of July and August attracting more crowds than the quieter off season months. This section of beach is used by the visitors to the Golf Hotel Atalaya Park, but is also open to the public in general. Tucked into a small bay, the Atalaya beach is great for all ages including families and, due to the close proximity of the hotel, there is a variety of watersports available.

This is a fairly new nudist beach located in cove yards west of the Torrequebrada Casino and Hotel and accessed from the N Benamara beach is located on the eastern outskirts of Estepona just 2 miles west of San Pedro de Alcantara close to the established residential area of El Pilar.

The beach is easily reached by taking the pedestrian footbridge located across from the Benavista shopping centre. Bil Bil Beach is the main beach on Benalmadena Costa and is situated off the N, south of the town of Arroyo de la Miel and just west of Benalmadena port.

Close by is the Bil Bil Castle, an attractive terracotta coloured replica Moorish Castle built on the promenade which houses a restaurant and bar and is the choice venue for many local weddings. The beach is well equipped with bars and restaurants, sunbed and umbrella hire, pedaloes and surfing. The main road behind is lined with apartments, shops, bars and restaurants and the attractive promenade provides a pleasant stroll or place to sit and watch the world go by.

Carvajal is the pleasant and reasonably quiet beach area at the far eastern end of Fuengirola, before it leads on to Benalmadena Costa. The locals make a beeline for it at weekends, and tend to arrive early! However, it is wide, clean and safe with plenty of restaurants and bars close at hand.

Access it by getting on to the Paseo Maritimo at Torreblanca and turning left. The Castillo El Ejido beach is located below the old Moorish castle on the western side of Fuengirola.

The parking is good, although high season it gets a bit congested and the beach is a favourite with the local residents. Many new beach bars and restaurants have sprung up here over the past season and a new hotel is presently under construction on the promenade behind. The estuary of the river is popular and children swim in the small shallow lake before it reaches the open sea.

Nets and posts are on site for various ball games enjoyed by the locals, also sunbed and umbrella hire from the various bars. It can be found at Km Daily membership is available. Located just east of Estepona, El Padron beach is a popular stretch of sandy beach with several beach bars and restaurants and facilities such as sun bed and umbrella hire.

The luxury Hotel Kempinski overlooks the beach at Km off the N coast road and offers many water sports and activities, such as boating, diving and snorkelling, wind surfing and pedalos. The main beach at Estepona is the Playa de la Rada, a fine long and wide stretch of sand overlooked by a pleasant tree lined promenade with gardens and children play areas with many restaurants and bars to choose from.

The beach was awarded the Blue Flag in and has excellent facilities. There is parking along the promenade although in high season it gets quite busy. Other public parking close by. Another beach in Estepona is the Blue Flag Playa El Cristo found just to the west of the town and within easy walking distance of the town and the marina.

Located in a cove it is a west facing beach, with bars, showers and parking. Playa Fontanilla is the very popular beach lying west of the sporting marina and connecting with the Playa Casablanca, together they stretch almost to the western side of Marbella town. A lovely promenade overlooks this extensive stretch of coast, which offers clean safe bathing and excellent facilities.

Plenty of restaurants and bars with toilets, showers and the usual sunbed and umbrella hire. Water sports such as speed boat and jet ski hire are available from the marina but windsurfing and pedalo hire centres are located at various centres along the beach. Funny Beach, advertised by a giant sized Coca Cola can on the beach side just east of Marbella town has a variety of water sports available such as jet ski hire, canoe and pedalo hire and wind surfing.

For children and adults they also have go karting, trampolines, and many other amusements. The beach itself Playa del Pinillo is quite narrow, but safe and clean with toilet, restaurant and bar facilities.

There is no promenade as such, but the beach can be accessed directly off the N coast road and parking is available on site. Marbella's Golden Mile is without doubt the place to be seen with its beaches, world famous hotels including Puente Romano Hotel and designer shops. The golden mile coastline is made up from many different beaches between Marbella and Puerto Banus and is flanked by a recently built promenade with is many beach bars dotted along the way. These beaches have held the Blue Flag since If you feel like treating yourself, why not spend a day relaxing in the Marbella Club Beach Club.

This lovely beach is overlooked by the fabulous Guadalmina Golf Course and Hotel on the western outskirts of San Pedro de Alcantara and has excellent facilities and a clean safe beach with many restaurants and bars close at hand. There is the usual sun bed and umbrella hire and varied water sports and activities available from the hotel such as windsurfing, jet skiing, speed boats and pedalos.

Reach the beach by turning off the N just before the concrete arch travelling west out of San Pedro. Situated at Km on the N coast road east of Estepona, Hacienda Beach is close to the luxury Las Dunas Hotel which has all manner of water sports and leisure activities on offer. The beach is clean, safe and well equipped with a variety of restaurants and bars, toilets, sun bed and umbrella hire and beach showers.

Take the La Cala exit off the N, park at the back of the town by the shops and walk down to the beach area. Nice sandy beaches, well equipped with many bars and restaurants close at hand. Fishing boats and nets on the beaches all add to the atmosphere of this very pleasant resort which unfortunately does get quite crowded during July and August.

Worth a visit though, but arrive early. Pedalo hire and some wind surfing. Once upon a time, La Carihuela belonged to Torremolinos and was its fishing area. Nowadays, located on its western outskirts, La Carihuela still retains its charm and quaintness with narrow streets, a lovely new pedestrian promenade lined with fabulous fish restaurants and an extensive stretch of sandy beach with beds and umbrellas for hire, pedaloes, windsurfing and bars with showers and toilets.

The Marbesa beach is a long narrow stretch sand popular with local residents. There is no promenade here but the rather quality residential area of Marbesa overlooks it, with plenty of parking.

A good choice of restaurants and bars some having sunbeds and umbrellas for hire. Popular with the locals for jogging and walking. Take the Las Chapas exit off the N and head down to the beach. Mijas Costa is the long stretch of coast between Fuengirola and Marbella along which many urbanisations have sprung up on the inland side of the N and pedestrian bridges and under passes have been built to enable access to the many beaches.

The majority of the beaches are sandy but fairly narrow. The urbanisations of Riviera del Sol and Calahonda all have access to reasonable beaches where a beach bar or restaurant is never far away and they will all have toilets and sunbed and umbrella hire. The Nueva Andalucia beach is situated a 15 minute stroll west of Puerto Banus and is sandy and well equipped.

Several beach clubs overlook the beach, including the Moosh Moosh at Villamarina and although not a formal promenade, it is an easy walk into Puerto Banus to enjoy the nightlife and shopping. A good choice of beach restaurants and bars with toilets, showers and sunbed and umbrella hire. Windsurfing and pedalo hire available and jet ski and speed boat hire from the marina itself.

It is also known as Playa de las Dunas-Carib and is a naturist beach. It can be best accessed by the Cabopino exit off the N and turning right into the sand dunes before arriving at the marina.

You will see signs for Andres beach bar. Usual facilities with sunbed and umbrella hire and toilets. Turn off the N coast road and follow signs down to the beach past the old Moorish watchtower. At the bottom there is plenty of parking and access to the beach. The beach boasts a first class restaurant and bar, with pool and gardens and from where you can hire sunbeds and umbrellas on the beach.

Those close to the hotels have the best facilities although these may be limited to residents. Long stretches of fine sand are separated by the Penon De Ifach towering above the port and Marina. The Arenal is lined by a pedestrianised promenade lined with cafes, bars and restaurants with many open late into the evening.

The sand is cleaned daily and there are a wide variety of watersports available. Parking is available along the length of both beaches. The beach is Blue Flag approved and lifeguards are present 1 June to 30 Sept. The famous horseshoe bay of fine sand in the centre of this popular resort has a gentle slope into the sea and is a good place for introducing children to swimming in the sea.

There are public showers and toilet facilities plus parasols and sunbeds available to hire. The bay is surrounded by a wide choice of bars and restaurants along the attractive pedestrianised promenade. In the summer you can stroll along the front and enjoy the stalls selling a variety of handmade crafts. The summer months are busy and Arenal is a favourite meeting place to go out and enjoy the bars. Accompanied jet-ski tours are available as is the hire of motor boats and boats for trips.

Parking is available along the length of the beach area and there are also bus and taxi stops. The beach has wheelchair access and is Blue Flag approved with a lifeguard usually present from 1 June to 30 Sept.

The famous Levante sunrise and Poniente Sunset stretch the length of this resort gently shelving into the warn sea. Fine sand and well served by beach bars with watersports and facilities along the entire length.

Pedestrianised promenade along the length of the Levante beach. Can become very busy during peak season and parking can be difficult. Both are Blue Flag approved and lifeguards present year around. This relatively small cove, approximately m, consists of shingle and pebbles. This is a quiet and picturesque bay used by naturists. Cala Blanca Beach has beautiful scenery and an authentic Spanish restaurant. From the distance, you can the boats moored up in the bay by the purple caves. There are a few rock pools to explore and the sea is great for snorkelling.

Cala Grandella is small but full of character. Measuring at about m, this is a cove consisting of shingle, pebbles and rock with clear water. A lifeguard is present with safety flags indicating swimming conditions. Canoeing is available and sunbeds and parasols are available for hire. Diving and snorkelling are also popular here. Shower and toilet facilities are also present. A bar and restaurant overlook the fantastic view from this bay.

Ample parking is available nearby with view points overlooking the bay. Barraca Portitxol is an exceptional rustic cover consisting of shingle, pebbles and rock. This cove looks out to the beautiful Isle of Portitxol.

The beach has the advantage of a shallow bay with the water gradually sloping, making it ideal for paddling or shallow snorkelling.

There is a lifeguard present with safety flags indicating swimming conditions. Canoeing is available for the more active, along with view points to enjoy the stunning scenery. Toilet facilities are also available. There are a selection of restaurants behind the beach. Cala Pope Tango is a wonderfully unique smaller cove. It is rustic with sand and small pebbles, great for exploring. You can enjoy a spot of diving and this cove also has safety flags and buoys to advise of swimming conditions.

There are ample facilities nearby including restaurants and a bar. This is a small cove consisting of shingle and pebbles, with view points and accessible only by foot.

Denia has a long stretch of beach from the resort centre northwards towards Olivo. Fine sand and gently shelving, the beach is rarely crowded throughout the year.

Well served by beach bars and shower facilities and parking is available throughout the length of the beach. Denia also has a number of smaller coves and shingle beaches providing a peaceful alternative. Blue Flag approved and lifeguard present 1 June to 30 Sept. El Benissero extends from the Port breakwater along to the Parador hotel.

This is a semi-urban open beach with shingles and rocks, making the water crystal clear. This beach is popular for walking. Here you can hire jet skis or take a perch at one of the chiringuitos.

Windsurfing and canoeing are also available here at El Benissero. If you want to hire a jet ski you'll need photo ID. There is a lifeguard facility here with safety flags for swimming conditions. Sunbeds and parasols are available to hire and there are also shower facilities.

There is also a car park and bus service nearby. A restaurant and bar are also located here. A sandy cove surrounded by high cliffs makes this one of the most picturesque beaches on the coast.

The small promenade features a range of shops and some good quality restaurants. The resort centre is walking distance and offers a wide range of facilities and parking. Granadella Beach is found at the end of a winding lane and has a gravel car park. Lifeguards are on duty during high season. The beach is made up of stones and is popular with the locals, as the water is very clear and there are lots of rocks eith side, making it a lovely cove.

There are 2 beach front restaurants available. The pebbly beach runs from the Parador end of the sandy Arenal beach, all the way to the Port. During the summer months this pebbly beach has some lovely beach bars dotted along the route, a great place for anything from breakfast to sun downers and on into the night. Most offer wifi, TV, food and of course drinks. Take a dip in the sea, watch the world go by and enjoy some of the amazing fireworks set over the sea in July normally as part of the Moors and Christians Fiesta.

The gently shelving beach of L'Ampolla lies just a short distance from the resort centre. Fine sand and with good childrens facilities with a playpark showers available. There is also a beach bar and plenty of parking which also serves the resort centre. With fine golden sand, it has all kind of services and facilities and in summer nights it becomes an improvised cinema. It is delimited by a well cared waterfront where restaurants, ice-cream stalls and all kind of shops follow one another.

Equipment and services: this beach has special handicapped persons facilities, red cross, playground, sports area, restaurants, camping, lifeguards, beach umbrellas and hammocks, parking, walloways, cleaning service and waste bins. You can just see the 16th century Cap d'Or watchtower used to warn against Barbary pirates. Benissa's La Fustera beach is a short distance down from the coastal road and is popular with the locals.

The La Fustera supermarket open all year is nearby. To the north of Calpe on the winding coastal road towards Moraira are a number of coves and marinas proving clean and safe facilities, well maintained and groomed daily. Each of the coves has access to one of the commercial centres along the coast road. There is parking at each of the coves and some have small beach bars providing drinks and snacks throughout the day. The coves provide excellent snorkelling and boats can be chartered for Scuba diving.

Lifeguards are available during peak season. Bus and taxi stops are also along the beach, enabling easy access. This beach has scenic walks and you can stop at a restaurant there for a bite to eat. This is a semi urban beach with rocks and shingle. Ministre is located between El Benissero and Arenal. You can see here where the Toscan stone used to be excavated. For a beach with more facilities, Arenal is a short distance.

Moraira beach has everything you need and you can even choose between fine sand, rocks or pebbles! This beach is not over-populated and has a range of excellent facilities, including beach games, restaurants, washing facilties, a watch tower to admire the amazing view and ample parking. Plenty of parking nearby although in peak season may be busy with locals.

Blue Flag approved with lifeguard present 1June to 30Sept. This is a small rustic cove with shingle and rocks. Surrounded by white cliffs and some rock pools, this cove is only accessed by foot.

You can enjoy the stunning scenery from the view point on the promenade. Ample parking is nearby. A small cove with good facilities including a bar and restaurant and a small port with fishing boats and boat for fishing charters.

The beach views across to the Penon De Ifach and some of the modern architecture of the resort of Calpe. Parking available.

Segon Muntanyar is a semi urban, rough and rocky area of beach that is popular for walking. A restaurant serves this beach and and there are also bus services. There's something about Spain that means that culinary excellence is in its very roots. The country may be a relaxed one, yes, but the flavours and tastes that can be experienced in Spanish cuisine is an exciting adventure, and one that's best experienced in the coastal regions of the country, places such as Costa Blanca.

With stunning scenery, delicious cuisine and days of sunshine, no matter if you choose the mainland, Balearics or Canaries, Spain is a perfect year-round destination. Each of our properties are hand selected for their facilities, finish and location, so you can take your pick from our villas in Spain with private pools, air conditioning and more.

This makes them ideal for couples, families and groups alike. Select the Canary Islands for perennial sunshine, where we have holiday homes in Tenerife, Lanzarote and Fuerteventura. Head to Majorca and Menorca in the Balearics to immerse yourself in the relaxed beach lifestyle, local fiestas and beautiful bays.

No matter what time of year you choose, villa holidays in Spain are known for offering lots of sunshine and warm temperatures. For those who favour a milder climate, the Canary Islands are a popular choice from spring through to winter — particularly with families. Average temperatures here are a pleasant 24 degrees Celsius, so ideal for both peak and out of season getaways.

Costa del Sol and Costa Blanca are warm in the spring but soar in the summer months, going from up to 40 degrees Celsius. While Majorca and Menorca offer a quiet sunny break during spring and autumn, as well as warmer temperatures during July and August.

Choose picturesque settings and peaceful properties in the stunning Costa Blanca , from mountainous and coastal Javea to the scenic harbour at Moraira. Select the Costa del Sol for laid-back authentic Spanish towns like the stunning streets of Mijas, or the beautiful beaches and award-winning restaurants of Marbella.

At Villa Plus, we have excellently equipped and stylish accommodation in the Balearic Islands. These islands offer the best of both worlds, from natural settings, beaches and wildlife, to endless activities, attractions and busy towns.

This includes the cobbled streets and charm of Pollensa, where accommodation benefits from both amenities and a beautiful location. While the small island of Menorca can be easily explored from all of our villas, so you can visit the historical Ciutadella as well as the capital, Mahon. With continual sunshine and warm temperatures year round, our holiday homes in the Canary Islands are always popular.

Whether you love exhilarating water sports, want to recline by the pool, or try some of the local dishes, their location allows you to make the most of everything these volcanic islands have to offer. From dramatic lunar landscapes and surf-ready seas, to quiet resorts and relaxed beaches, the Canaries appeal to every lifestyle.

Choose Tenerife for its black sands, delicious cuisine and the scenery of Teide National Park. Lanzarote has loads of attractions making it great for a fun-filled family trip and its authentic Spanish architecture makes this island charming. While Fuerteventura is a must for those who love being active, attracting water sports enthusiasts year after year.

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With fantastic beaches, blazing sunshine and the laid-back Spanish atmosphere, it makes a fantastic place to relax and unwind. Our villas in the Costa del Sol are spread throughout the region, in areas such as Fuengirola, Estepona, Mijas Costa and Calahonda as well as many other prime locations to suit all holidaymakers.

There is a huge amount to do and see. For those who love to relax by the sea, there is over 85 miles of coastline to explore with beautiful sandy beaches and crystal-clear waters. Going away with the whole family? There are lots of child-friendly activities to choose from, including buggy tours, the Crocodile Park, BioParc Zoo and the Aquamijas Waterpark.

Fun for all the family! For those of you that love the night life, sip sangria in a beachside bar or head to a resort like Marbella to enjoy lively bars and clubs. We have a huge selection of villas in the Costa del Sol.

From large 8 bedroom properties that sleep up to 14, to small villas for couples, there is something to suit everyone. All our Costa del Sol villas are hand-picked to ensure you have the holiday of a lifetime. All our villas in the Costa del Sol come with a private pool as standard. By choosing one of our villas in the Costa del Sol, you have the ultimate flexibility to come and go as you please.

Early risers can jump in the pool, eat their breakfast or sip a coffee as soon as they wake up. Want a lie in? No problem, you have the freedom to create your own schedule with no time restraints. In contrast to the lively nightlife of the Costa del Sol, there are many wonderful ancient villages and historic old towns to explore like Mijas Village with plenty of Spanish charm. Alternatively, the old quarter of Marbella is interesting - you can still find a traditional flamenco show, and there is a Moorish castle; the famous Orange Square and 16th century Town Hall.

Places like Guadalmina may be relatively modern, but they are traditional in style. There are three water and amusement parks in the area, one of which is Parque Aquamijas, ideal for young children. They will love the Kiddie Slides and Lizard Island, a new children's attraction built in with small pools and showers, connected by paths and bridges.

The range of adrenaline fuelled slides on offer at all the waterparks means that kids of all ages will love spending the day there. There is also a rock-climbing wall, mini golf, bar, self-service restaurant, gift shop and several Jacuzzis, as well as large shady picnic areas and gardens at Parque Aquamijas. Aquamijas is open from the end of April until the beginning of October.

With some of the most popular beaches in Europe, the Costa Del Sol is sure to have a beach to suit any kind of tourist. Whether you are looking for a lively bay lined with bars and restaurants or are looking for a more secluded cove there really is something for everyone.

From April onwards more and more tourists visit the Costa Del Sol, with tourism reaching its peak in June. After this, the towns and beaches become less busy until next season. If you are new to the idea of a villa holiday, the Costa del Sol is great place to start. No matter how busy the beach becomes, you can always retreat to your own peaceful, luxurious, private pool at the villa. You can sleep in late with no maid knocking on your door, or get up and have a swim at 4 in the morning.

Why not? The endless sunshine here means you can plan picnics and barbeques without even considering the weather! Choose your holiday resort and your villa, and then simply please yourself. Our villa holidays give you the option to book your villa, flights, car hire, transfers and insurance all here with us.

This takes the stress out of booking by making it quick, easy and hassle-free. One of the best known resorts in the region is Marbella, famous for its glamorous nightlife and seafront. It is full of bright lights, bars and clubs. Benalmadena is also famed for its ritzy nightlife, and some streets are wall-to-wall bars and nightclubs just waiting to come alive after dark. There are many pubs, cocktail bars and clubs that just keep going till breakfast time. The area around the marina is partyville with top D.

For something more quaint, the old quarter of Marbella is interesting - you can still find a traditional flamenco show, and there is a Moorish castle; the famous Orange Square and 16th century Town Hall. Villa holidays in Calahonda offer the chance to try out a wide range of beach sports, from underwater scuba diving to soaring above the ocean paragliding.

If after all that you feel the need for some time with your feet on solid ground, why not enjoy some shopping through the market and boutiques followed by a fabulous meal. At heart it is still a traditional Spanish town, although it has developed into a major holiday resort packed with urbanisations, apartment blocks, villa complexes and hotels.

Famed for its 5 miles of beaches and attractive promenade lined with bars and restaurants, Fuengirola is a lively, cosmopolitan resort. Guadalmina is a great destination for a sophisticated villa holiday.

Las Chapas is a largely upmarket residential area set on a hillside, within easy reach of Marbesa Beach. Marbella offers the best of both worlds, located along a beautiful stretch of coast. The resort is renowned for its stylish bars, glitzy nightlife and designer shopping, but head in to the old town for a more traditional Spanish experience. Marbesa is a popular holiday resort along the stretch of coast known as Mijas Costa, between Fuengirola and Marbella.

It is a well-established community that centres around the beachfront, with a number of beach bars and restaurants dotted along the coastline. Mijas Pueblo is simply a delightful place for a villa holiday! Mijas Costa is a beach lovers paradise, stretching along 8 miles of coastline between Fuengirola and Marbella, with easy access to both towns. La Cala de Mijas is the central point, a Spanish seaside town with a weekly market and a good range of shops and restaurants.

A charming Andalucian white-washed village, Mijas Pueblo is perched on a mountainside over metres above sea level. Offering a more authentic, traditional Spanish experience with narrow alleyways, cobbled streets and small cafes. San Pedro offers all you need for a great villa holiday but without burger bars and concrete tower blocks. Instead you have cobbled streets, a lovely beach and promenade, a chic and stylish marina, small independent shops and a great choice of bars, restaurants and clubs, all just over 6 miles away from all the glitz and glamour of Marbella.

Although famed for its spectacular coastline and sunny climate, the Costa del Sol has a plethora of activities and attractions on offer. You could enjoy a round of golf, explore one of the traditional hillside villages, or party till you drop in one of the glitzy nightclubs. Often referred to as the Costa del Golf, this area of Southern Spain is heaven for keen golfers.

There are plenty of high quality championship courses in the Costa del Sol including Valderrama, ranked as one of the world's best courses. The destination often plays host to events such as the Ryder Cup and the Spanish Open. Plus, you can rely on the weather being great, with over days of sunshine a year! The Costa del Sol is the place to be for water sports enthusiasts and beginners alike. With over miles of coastline, many of the beaches offer lots of water sport activities for the whole family to enjoy.

From jet-skis, kitesurfing, flyboarding, water-skiing, wakeboarding and windsurfing, there is so much for you to try. Scuba divers will love the clear blue waters or, if you prefer not to go too deep, hire a boat or kayak! If you can drag yourself away from your villa, the Costa del Sol is full to the brim with family friendly attractions that make fantastic day trips!

Discover the Butterfly Park, take a boat trip to look for dolphins, or cool off one of the 3 waterparks - there is plenty to keep everyone happy! The Costa del Sol is an exciting and diverse region, steeped in history and rich in culture that deserves to be explored and enjoyed.

Head inland to a rural village or town and you'll soon discover the original Spanish culture of traditional Andalucia. From the charming village of Mijas to the bustling streets of Malaga, Costa Del Sol offers more than just a spectacular coastline! Foodies are spoilt for choice in the Costa del Sol — from traditional paella and tapas to international favourites such as pizza or Chinese, there really is something for everyone!

Most of the coastal resorts offer excellent seafood restaurants and traditional tapas bars all along the promenade, plus plenty of chiringuitos - beach bars — for a relaxed atmosphere. Many restaurants will offer alfresco dining, so you can make the most of the warm summer evenings. There is a vast and varied night scene in the Costa del Sol and each town has its own style and flavour. Marbella is a renowned party hot spot, with a whole host of glamourous beach clubs and night clubs.

Spain is famous for its traditional horse shows, and there are great examples of this within the Costa del Sol. The Finca Cartujano puts on a weekly unique spectacle showing the visitor the dance and elegance of the pure-blooded Spanish Carthusian horse, with examples of dressage and ballet combined with traditional Spanish costumes and Andalucian music.

Or, visit the Ranchito Horse Show in Torremolinos, where the Rhythm on Horse show is a recommended experience for all horse lovers. With over miles of coastline, most of it accessible and with sandy beaches, the Costa del Sol is a beach lovers paradise.

A day on the beach is very popular with residents and holidaymakers alike and in this section of Villaplus. Some of the beaches are located directly off the main N coast road and down small tracks or lanes.

Others, particularly in the main resorts have lovely leafy promenades where you can park and some have pedestrian promenade access only.

Wherever you choose, there will be a restaurant or bar close by and with the months of July and August attracting more crowds than the quieter off season months. This section of beach is used by the visitors to the Golf Hotel Atalaya Park, but is also open to the public in general. Tucked into a small bay, the Atalaya beach is great for all ages including families and, due to the close proximity of the hotel, there is a variety of watersports available.

This is a fairly new nudist beach located in cove yards west of the Torrequebrada Casino and Hotel and accessed from the N Benamara beach is located on the eastern outskirts of Estepona just 2 miles west of San Pedro de Alcantara close to the established residential area of El Pilar. The beach is easily reached by taking the pedestrian footbridge located across from the Benavista shopping centre.

Bil Bil Beach is the main beach on Benalmadena Costa and is situated off the N, south of the town of Arroyo de la Miel and just west of Benalmadena port. Close by is the Bil Bil Castle, an attractive terracotta coloured replica Moorish Castle built on the promenade which houses a restaurant and bar and is the choice venue for many local weddings. The beach is well equipped with bars and restaurants, sunbed and umbrella hire, pedaloes and surfing.

The main road behind is lined with apartments, shops, bars and restaurants and the attractive promenade provides a pleasant stroll or place to sit and watch the world go by. Carvajal is the pleasant and reasonably quiet beach area at the far eastern end of Fuengirola, before it leads on to Benalmadena Costa. The locals make a beeline for it at weekends, and tend to arrive early! However, it is wide, clean and safe with plenty of restaurants and bars close at hand.

Access it by getting on to the Paseo Maritimo at Torreblanca and turning left. The Castillo El Ejido beach is located below the old Moorish castle on the western side of Fuengirola.

The parking is good, although high season it gets a bit congested and the beach is a favourite with the local residents. Many new beach bars and restaurants have sprung up here over the past season and a new hotel is presently under construction on the promenade behind. The estuary of the river is popular and children swim in the small shallow lake before it reaches the open sea. Nets and posts are on site for various ball games enjoyed by the locals, also sunbed and umbrella hire from the various bars.

It can be found at Km Daily membership is available. Located just east of Estepona, El Padron beach is a popular stretch of sandy beach with several beach bars and restaurants and facilities such as sun bed and umbrella hire. The luxury Hotel Kempinski overlooks the beach at Km off the N coast road and offers many water sports and activities, such as boating, diving and snorkelling, wind surfing and pedalos.

The main beach at Estepona is the Playa de la Rada, a fine long and wide stretch of sand overlooked by a pleasant tree lined promenade with gardens and children play areas with many restaurants and bars to choose from. The beach was awarded the Blue Flag in and has excellent facilities. There is parking along the promenade although in high season it gets quite busy. Other public parking close by. Another beach in Estepona is the Blue Flag Playa El Cristo found just to the west of the town and within easy walking distance of the town and the marina.

Located in a cove it is a west facing beach, with bars, showers and parking. Playa Fontanilla is the very popular beach lying west of the sporting marina and connecting with the Playa Casablanca, together they stretch almost to the western side of Marbella town.

A lovely promenade overlooks this extensive stretch of coast, which offers clean safe bathing and excellent facilities. Plenty of restaurants and bars with toilets, showers and the usual sunbed and umbrella hire. Water sports such as speed boat and jet ski hire are available from the marina but windsurfing and pedalo hire centres are located at various centres along the beach.

Funny Beach, advertised by a giant sized Coca Cola can on the beach side just east of Marbella town has a variety of water sports available such as jet ski hire, canoe and pedalo hire and wind surfing. For children and adults they also have go karting, trampolines, and many other amusements.

The beach itself Playa del Pinillo is quite narrow, but safe and clean with toilet, restaurant and bar facilities. Canoeing is available for the more active, along with view points to enjoy the stunning scenery. Toilet facilities are also available. There are a selection of restaurants behind the beach. Cala Pope Tango is a wonderfully unique smaller cove. It is rustic with sand and small pebbles, great for exploring. You can enjoy a spot of diving and this cove also has safety flags and buoys to advise of swimming conditions.

There are ample facilities nearby including restaurants and a bar. This is a small cove consisting of shingle and pebbles, with view points and accessible only by foot. Denia has a long stretch of beach from the resort centre northwards towards Olivo. Fine sand and gently shelving, the beach is rarely crowded throughout the year.

Well served by beach bars and shower facilities and parking is available throughout the length of the beach.

Denia also has a number of smaller coves and shingle beaches providing a peaceful alternative. Blue Flag approved and lifeguard present 1 June to 30 Sept. El Benissero extends from the Port breakwater along to the Parador hotel. This is a semi-urban open beach with shingles and rocks, making the water crystal clear.

This beach is popular for walking. Here you can hire jet skis or take a perch at one of the chiringuitos. Windsurfing and canoeing are also available here at El Benissero. If you want to hire a jet ski you'll need photo ID.

There is a lifeguard facility here with safety flags for swimming conditions. Sunbeds and parasols are available to hire and there are also shower facilities. There is also a car park and bus service nearby. A restaurant and bar are also located here. A sandy cove surrounded by high cliffs makes this one of the most picturesque beaches on the coast. The small promenade features a range of shops and some good quality restaurants.

The resort centre is walking distance and offers a wide range of facilities and parking. Granadella Beach is found at the end of a winding lane and has a gravel car park.

Lifeguards are on duty during high season. The beach is made up of stones and is popular with the locals, as the water is very clear and there are lots of rocks eith side, making it a lovely cove. There are 2 beach front restaurants available. The pebbly beach runs from the Parador end of the sandy Arenal beach, all the way to the Port.

During the summer months this pebbly beach has some lovely beach bars dotted along the route, a great place for anything from breakfast to sun downers and on into the night. Most offer wifi, TV, food and of course drinks. Take a dip in the sea, watch the world go by and enjoy some of the amazing fireworks set over the sea in July normally as part of the Moors and Christians Fiesta. The gently shelving beach of L'Ampolla lies just a short distance from the resort centre. Fine sand and with good childrens facilities with a playpark showers available.

There is also a beach bar and plenty of parking which also serves the resort centre. With fine golden sand, it has all kind of services and facilities and in summer nights it becomes an improvised cinema.

It is delimited by a well cared waterfront where restaurants, ice-cream stalls and all kind of shops follow one another. Equipment and services: this beach has special handicapped persons facilities, red cross, playground, sports area, restaurants, camping, lifeguards, beach umbrellas and hammocks, parking, walloways, cleaning service and waste bins. You can just see the 16th century Cap d'Or watchtower used to warn against Barbary pirates.

Benissa's La Fustera beach is a short distance down from the coastal road and is popular with the locals. The La Fustera supermarket open all year is nearby. To the north of Calpe on the winding coastal road towards Moraira are a number of coves and marinas proving clean and safe facilities, well maintained and groomed daily.

Each of the coves has access to one of the commercial centres along the coast road. There is parking at each of the coves and some have small beach bars providing drinks and snacks throughout the day. The coves provide excellent snorkelling and boats can be chartered for Scuba diving. Lifeguards are available during peak season. Bus and taxi stops are also along the beach, enabling easy access.

This beach has scenic walks and you can stop at a restaurant there for a bite to eat. This is a semi urban beach with rocks and shingle. Ministre is located between El Benissero and Arenal. You can see here where the Toscan stone used to be excavated. For a beach with more facilities, Arenal is a short distance. Moraira beach has everything you need and you can even choose between fine sand, rocks or pebbles!

This beach is not over-populated and has a range of excellent facilities, including beach games, restaurants, washing facilties, a watch tower to admire the amazing view and ample parking. Plenty of parking nearby although in peak season may be busy with locals. Blue Flag approved with lifeguard present 1June to 30Sept. This is a small rustic cove with shingle and rocks. Surrounded by white cliffs and some rock pools, this cove is only accessed by foot.

You can enjoy the stunning scenery from the view point on the promenade. Ample parking is nearby. A small cove with good facilities including a bar and restaurant and a small port with fishing boats and boat for fishing charters. The beach views across to the Penon De Ifach and some of the modern architecture of the resort of Calpe. Parking available. Segon Muntanyar is a semi urban, rough and rocky area of beach that is popular for walking.

A restaurant serves this beach and and there are also bus services. There's something about Spain that means that culinary excellence is in its very roots. The country may be a relaxed one, yes, but the flavours and tastes that can be experienced in Spanish cuisine is an exciting adventure, and one that's best experienced in the coastal regions of the country, places such as Costa Blanca.

The close proximity to the ocean of course indicates that there'll be plenty of seafood on the typical Costa Blanca menu, but be sure to expect a healthy dose of meat too, along with great use of seasonal produce and locally sourced herbs, spices and oils.

For incredibly fresh seafood, why not venture down to the harbour and buy directly from the fisherman? The Spanish markets are a must-see for many of the Costa Blanca visitors, and there's an abundance of them to explore. One of the most favoured markets is the one in the town of Moraira, held every Friday morning just behind the town centre.

Here you'll find an abundance of fresh, seasonal fruit and vegetables as well as nuts, spices and oils, herbs and dried fruit, along with many non-food items too.

A very similar market takes place every Thursday in Javea, too. Be sure to also take a look at the slightly smaller market in Teulada. It takes place on a Wednesday, and is much more of a local market.

Here, you'll find more practical items and excellent quality food for a little less than in Moraira. If you've hired a car and are happy to travel a little further afield for produce, then be sure to check out Denia, Altea and Benissa. All of these host markets that are full of local flavour, but be sure to ask about the specific days and times when you arrive in Costa Blanca.

In Costa Blanca, the food is very traditional; the flavours are strong and the colours are vibrant, and there are most certainly a few dishes that you should try during your time in the resort. You'll find some more foodie tips and the nicest places to try the dishes in Villa Plus Guide to Costa Blanca , but in the meantime, have a look at some of these speciality dishes Paella — Perhaps one of the most iconic dishes of Spain, Paella makes use of everything that the country is great at producing.

Fresh fish, saffron-infused rice and local vegetables make this dish a tasty treat, and seems to taste even better when ordered in a giant pan to share between you and your guests.

Cocido con Pelotas — Though a potage, the tasty dish combines little balls made of egg and parsley that appear in the soup both crumbled and fried. Arroz a banda — At its essence, arroz a banda is a simple dish, though it can be paired with extra bits depending on the preference of the chef.

Typically, it is rice that's cooked with dried red peppers to give it a little kick, but is often served up with calamari squid , shrimp, chicken or pork with garlic. You cannot ignore the prevalence of tapas dishes in this region of Spain, either. Though the above dishes are delectable too, there are few things more exciting in a meal than sharing a few small plates, giving you the option to sample as many bites as possible! This is a growing notion in the UK too, and though tapas dishes feel like they could be difficult to recreate at home, in actual fact they are simple and easy to prepare — perfect to eat with a group of friends and a good bottle of wine.

Here, we have easy versions of two Spanish favourites: Patatas bravas with chorizo, and Paella with squid. Firstly, you'll create the very thick sauce that you'll eventually stir into the potatoes. To do this, you need to fry the onion, garlic, chilli, paprika and cayenne pepper in the olive oil until browned.

Next, add the chopped tomatoes, combine, and leave it to simmer until a nice, thick paste is formed — this will take around 20 minutes. In the meantime, steam the potatoes for around 10 minutes. In another frying pan, slowly cook the chorizo so that its oils are released. Once the potatoes are steamed, add them to the chorizo pan, and turn the heat up! Once browned, they are ready to serve up with your sauce. To get started, put the olive oil in a frying pan and heat, before adding the chorizo, onion and garlic, allowing to cook until softened.

Then add the turmeric, stirring the pan's contents as you go, before adding the prawns, peas and rice along with a good dose of boiling water, around ml. Keep stirring until everything is combined and cooked through before serving — don't forget those lemon wedges, they make a great visual addition when plating up! French Riviera. Italy Puglia.

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This makes them ideal for couples, families and groups alike. Select the Canary Islands for perennial sunshine, where we have holiday homes in Tenerife, Lanzarote and Fuerteventura. Head to Majorca and Menorca in the Balearics to immerse yourself in the relaxed beach lifestyle, local fiestas and beautiful bays.

No matter what time of year you choose, villa holidays in Spain are known for offering lots of sunshine and warm temperatures. For those who favour a milder climate, the Canary Islands are a popular choice from spring through to winter — particularly with families.

Average temperatures here are a pleasant 24 degrees Celsius, so ideal for both peak and out of season getaways. Costa del Sol and Costa Blanca are warm in the spring but soar in the summer months, going from up to 40 degrees Celsius.

While Majorca and Menorca offer a quiet sunny break during spring and autumn, as well as warmer temperatures during July and August. Choose picturesque settings and peaceful properties in the stunning Costa Blanca , from mountainous and coastal Javea to the scenic harbour at Moraira.

Select the Costa del Sol for laid-back authentic Spanish towns like the stunning streets of Mijas, or the beautiful beaches and award-winning restaurants of Marbella. At Villa Plus, we have excellently equipped and stylish accommodation in the Balearic Islands. These islands offer the best of both worlds, from natural settings, beaches and wildlife, to endless activities, attractions and busy towns.

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For those who favour a milder climate, the Canary Islands are a popular choice from spring through to winter — particularly with families. Average temperatures here are a pleasant 24 degrees Celsius, so ideal for both peak and out of season getaways. Costa del Sol and Costa Blanca are warm in the spring but soar in the summer months, going from up to 40 degrees Celsius. While Majorca and Menorca offer a quiet sunny break during spring and autumn, as well as warmer temperatures during July and August.

Choose picturesque settings and peaceful properties in the stunning Costa Blanca , from mountainous and coastal Javea to the scenic harbour at Moraira. Select the Costa del Sol for laid-back authentic Spanish towns like the stunning streets of Mijas, or the beautiful beaches and award-winning restaurants of Marbella.

At Villa Plus, we have excellently equipped and stylish accommodation in the Balearic Islands. These islands offer the best of both worlds, from natural settings, beaches and wildlife, to endless activities, attractions and busy towns.

This includes the cobbled streets and charm of Pollensa, where accommodation benefits from both amenities and a beautiful location.

While the small island of Menorca can be easily explored from all of our villas, so you can visit the historical Ciutadella as well as the capital, Mahon. With continual sunshine and warm temperatures year round, our holiday homes in the Canary Islands are always popular. Whether you love exhilarating water sports, want to recline by the pool, or try some of the local dishes, their location allows you to make the most of everything these volcanic islands have to offer.

From dramatic lunar landscapes and surf-ready seas, to quiet resorts and relaxed beaches, the Canaries appeal to every lifestyle. Choose Tenerife for its black sands, delicious cuisine and the scenery of Teide National Park.

Lanzarote has loads of attractions making it great for a fun-filled family trip and its authentic Spanish architecture makes this island charming. While Fuerteventura is a must for those who love being active, attracting water sports enthusiasts year after year. With a choice of 19 different resorts, you can select from rural, beachside and central locations that are ideal for families, couples and groups. Each villa has been carefully inspected and handpicked by our team, with a host of added extras including facilities such as Wi-Fi, air conditioning and BBQs at no additional cost.

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Spain Balearic Islands Majorca Menorca. To the east, towards Marbella town at a distance, the beach is mostly boarded by a relaxing promenade and leads you along the 'Golden Mile' streach of beaches with its array of top grade Hotels, beach bars and beach clubs along the way.

Windsurfing and pedalo hire are available as well as jet ski and speed boat hire, at selected beach areas on this part of the Marbella coastline. Playa Puerto Banus is another very popular beach and without doubt the place to be seen!

Protected to the west by the marina jetty, it stretches along to the east and is overlooked by the Marbella Club. If the beach was crowded you might be tempted to spend a day at its beach club and rub shoulders with the rich and famous. If not, then be prepared for a crowded beach.

Lots of bars and restaurants close at hand and the usual facilities. These three popular beaches located together around the Elviria area at Kms , and off the N coast road, all have very good facilities with plenty of restaurants and beach bars and adequate parking. They are all reached down small roads through urbanisations and there is no promenade linking the three. Needless to say they do get busy during high season, especially at weekends with the locals but with daily cleaning, the beaches are safe and the atmosphere is always good.

Access the beach by turning off the N at Sitio de Calahonda and taking the narrow road down with Mcdonalds on the left side.

There is a car park and a flight of steps lead down to a fairly narrow beach with a restaurant and bar and sun bed and umbrella hire. Very popular at weekends when parking could become difficult. Sabinillas is a fairly large coastal town located on the N coast road in between the exits for the inland villages of Casares and Manilva. Not regarded as a holiday resort, the long sandy beaches are popular with the locals and those that know about them with good facilities including bed and umbrella hire.

A real Spanish town with good shopping and a weekly market that is well worth visiting for its beach and typical bars and restaurants serving exquisite fish dishes. No promenade as such but plenty of parking in the little side streets leading down to the beach. San Pedro is an attractive market town with its centre lying around yards from the coast on the N San Pedro beach is one of a series of long clean sandy beaches running from Puerto Banus to Guadalmina.

The promenade and beach areas are attractive with good safe bathing and sports facilities. Sotogrande at the far western end of the Costa del Sol and close to Gibraltar, is a top venue for golf and polo. It also boasts a fabulous marina with wildlife marshland and is a luxury beach resort.

The fine beach club backs on to the wide sandy beach which is safe and clean for bathing and taking the sun. At the beach club there are many water sports and activities available, including pedalos, jet skis, speed boats, windsurfing, childens games and competitions, tennis and golf.

Also on site are excellent restaurant and bar facilities. Torreblanca and the adjoining resort of Los Boliches, both located on the eastern side of Fuengirola were awarded the Blue Flag for their beaches in Wide expanses of sand stretching several miles from Fuengirola along to Carvajal attract holiday makers and locals alike and the facilities are first class.

Plenty of beach bars and restaurants offering wonderful fish dishes and fresh char grilled sardines, sun bed and umbrella hire, toilets and beach showers.

Water sports on offers include pedaloes and windsurfing with several locations for 5 a side football. Well located just off the N at the Torremuelle exit with several beach bars and restaurants close at hand. The sandy beach is not huge but is clean, safe and well equipped with sunbed and umbrella hire, pedaloes, toilets and showers. Parking on beach side is limited in high season but spaces available on other side of the road, with underpass access. Another popular beach on Benalmadena Costa is at Torrequebrada and access is from the N via the huge building which is the Torrequebarada Hotel and Casino on the beach side.

The beach has a couple of restaurants and bars with toilets and showers and all the usual facilities such as sunbed and umbrella hire, pedaloes and surfing.

Parking is a little difficult in high season. A pleasant promenade overlooks the beach, and houses many popular restaurants and bars that are full to bursting point during the high season months. The beach is clean and safe with excellent facilities including toilets and showers, sunbed and umbrella hire, jet-ski and speed boat hire close by from the marina, pedalos and wind surfing.

Try to park in the Avd. The Costa del Sol is known for many things: Sun, sea and sand are the usual three that holidaymakers are keen to mention, but one thing that they really shout about is the food. The area is known for blending the old and the new when it comes to cuisine, and there is a lot to experience in the more authentic, local restaurants.

If you really want to see the true Costa del Sol, there are few better ways to experience real Spanish culture than with a visit to a local produce market.

The area has an abundance of them, though not all of them are food produce specific, and many of the opening times and days vary throughout the seasons — it's always best to check when you arrive so you don't venture out on a wasted journey! For fresh fish and meat, fruit and veg, you will find that most towns will have a local Municipal Market, usually located near the heart of the old town - known locally as the Mercado Municipal.

These local markets are usually only open in the mornings, generally between 9am and 1pm, with stalls displaying a great selection of fresh foods.

Each town will also have a specific day for their weekly "Rastro" markets which offer a combination of stalls, ranging from clothing to leather goods with a healthy dose of locally farmed produce too! As with the majority of Spain, in Costa del Sol, be sure to expect a good punch of colour and flavour that has been perfected over hundreds of years. Whilst some dishes will have some modern touches, many of the region's favourites are old recipes that have been made time and time again — be sure to give something unexpected a try when you visit.

Well-seasoned, this dish is refreshing and tasty, and is best served with freshly chopped peppers and onion. Tapas — Costa del Sol is no exception to the Spanish love of tapas. These small plates are full of different ingredients and different tastes which can be mixed and matched with others to create an exciting dinner atmosphere, or can be great if you just fancy a small plate for a light meal.

You can read more about the tapas dishes that the area is known for in our Guide to Costa del Sol. As an area that fully embraces the Mediterranean location, you can't help but associate the taste of their food with sun and holidays.

On a warm summer's evening, just serving up the right kind of food can even make dining in at home into a treat that feels distinctly Spanish, especially if you've got the right recipes to hand. Clams are a large part of the Costa del Sol foodie culture, as is the traditional dessert dish of Churros con chocolate.

This recipe is simple but delicious, relying on high-quality ingredients to achieve that authentic depth and flavour. Place them in a casserole dish or stew pot on a medium heat and stir in the onion, garlic and parsley. Cook for a minute or two, then sprinkle with flour, salt and pepper and turn the heat up. Once the clams have opened up and softened, the dish is ready to serve straight from the pot. Sprinkle with parsley to serve. Firstly, mix together the flour and the baking powder in a large bowl.

Then, mix through the olive oil and water to form a dough. Once the dough has reached the desired thick but flexible consistency, leave it to rest for around 30 minutes. After the dough has rested, heat the oil up in a sturdy frying pan and allow it to heat up — the oil should sizzle.

Fill a piping bag with your doughy mixture, and slowly pipe in reasonable lengths into the frying pan. Allow them to cook until golden, covering if necessary to ensure an even cook. For the chocolate dipping sauce, you should melt the two types on chocolate together, and stir to combine.

To loosen the chocolate up, add a little of the milk and stir, continuing until you are happy that the churros can be dipped! Serve the churros warm with the chocolate dip on the side, and enjoy! French Riviera. Italy Puglia. Portugal Algarve. Our finest villas that offer a little something extra. New to Villa Plus. Destination Villa Name Any Destination. All London. Adults: 2 Children: 2 Infants: 2. Select a destination Any Destination Cyprus Croatia.

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Choose picturesque settings and peaceful properties in the stunning Costa Blanca , from mountainous and coastal Javea to the scenic harbour at Moraira. Select the Costa del Sol for laid-back authentic Spanish towns like the stunning streets of Mijas, or the beautiful beaches and award-winning restaurants of Marbella. At Villa Plus, we have excellently equipped and stylish accommodation in the Balearic Islands.

These islands offer the best of both worlds, from natural settings, beaches and wildlife, to endless activities, attractions and busy towns. This includes the cobbled streets and charm of Pollensa, where accommodation benefits from both amenities and a beautiful location. While the small island of Menorca can be easily explored from all of our villas, so you can visit the historical Ciutadella as well as the capital, Mahon. With continual sunshine and warm temperatures year round, our holiday homes in the Canary Islands are always popular.

Whether you love exhilarating water sports, want to recline by the pool, or try some of the local dishes, their location allows you to make the most of everything these volcanic islands have to offer. From dramatic lunar landscapes and surf-ready seas, to quiet resorts and relaxed beaches, the Canaries appeal to every lifestyle. Choose Tenerife for its black sands, delicious cuisine and the scenery of Teide National Park.

Lanzarote has loads of attractions making it great for a fun-filled family trip and its authentic Spanish architecture makes this island charming. While Fuerteventura is a must for those who love being active, attracting water sports enthusiasts year after year. With a choice of 19 different resorts, you can select from rural, beachside and central locations that are ideal for families, couples and groups.

Each villa has been carefully inspected and handpicked by our team, with a host of added extras including facilities such as Wi-Fi, air conditioning and BBQs at no additional cost. To start planning your next holiday, browse our range for an unparalleled selection of villas in Spain. Enjoy a stay in one of our Andalucia villas, soaking up fabulous resorts like Nerja, Frigiliana and Torrox Costa, not to mention Mediterranean sunshine in abundance. The best beaches in the Canaries and glorious year round sunshine, there is something for everyone.

The largest of the Canary Islands, enjoy great weather days a year and a wealth of activities. French Riviera. Italy Puglia. Portugal Algarve. Our finest villas that offer a little something extra. Spain is famous for its traditional horse shows, and there are great examples of this within the Costa del Sol. The Finca Cartujano puts on a weekly unique spectacle showing the visitor the dance and elegance of the pure-blooded Spanish Carthusian horse, with examples of dressage and ballet combined with traditional Spanish costumes and Andalucian music.

Or, visit the Ranchito Horse Show in Torremolinos, where the Rhythm on Horse show is a recommended experience for all horse lovers. With over miles of coastline, most of it accessible and with sandy beaches, the Costa del Sol is a beach lovers paradise. A day on the beach is very popular with residents and holidaymakers alike and in this section of Villaplus.

Some of the beaches are located directly off the main N coast road and down small tracks or lanes. Others, particularly in the main resorts have lovely leafy promenades where you can park and some have pedestrian promenade access only.

Wherever you choose, there will be a restaurant or bar close by and with the months of July and August attracting more crowds than the quieter off season months. This section of beach is used by the visitors to the Golf Hotel Atalaya Park, but is also open to the public in general. Tucked into a small bay, the Atalaya beach is great for all ages including families and, due to the close proximity of the hotel, there is a variety of watersports available.

This is a fairly new nudist beach located in cove yards west of the Torrequebrada Casino and Hotel and accessed from the N Benamara beach is located on the eastern outskirts of Estepona just 2 miles west of San Pedro de Alcantara close to the established residential area of El Pilar. The beach is easily reached by taking the pedestrian footbridge located across from the Benavista shopping centre. Bil Bil Beach is the main beach on Benalmadena Costa and is situated off the N, south of the town of Arroyo de la Miel and just west of Benalmadena port.

Close by is the Bil Bil Castle, an attractive terracotta coloured replica Moorish Castle built on the promenade which houses a restaurant and bar and is the choice venue for many local weddings.

The beach is well equipped with bars and restaurants, sunbed and umbrella hire, pedaloes and surfing. The main road behind is lined with apartments, shops, bars and restaurants and the attractive promenade provides a pleasant stroll or place to sit and watch the world go by. Carvajal is the pleasant and reasonably quiet beach area at the far eastern end of Fuengirola, before it leads on to Benalmadena Costa. The locals make a beeline for it at weekends, and tend to arrive early!

However, it is wide, clean and safe with plenty of restaurants and bars close at hand. Access it by getting on to the Paseo Maritimo at Torreblanca and turning left. The Castillo El Ejido beach is located below the old Moorish castle on the western side of Fuengirola. The parking is good, although high season it gets a bit congested and the beach is a favourite with the local residents. Many new beach bars and restaurants have sprung up here over the past season and a new hotel is presently under construction on the promenade behind.

The estuary of the river is popular and children swim in the small shallow lake before it reaches the open sea. Nets and posts are on site for various ball games enjoyed by the locals, also sunbed and umbrella hire from the various bars.

It can be found at Km Daily membership is available. Located just east of Estepona, El Padron beach is a popular stretch of sandy beach with several beach bars and restaurants and facilities such as sun bed and umbrella hire.

The luxury Hotel Kempinski overlooks the beach at Km off the N coast road and offers many water sports and activities, such as boating, diving and snorkelling, wind surfing and pedalos. The main beach at Estepona is the Playa de la Rada, a fine long and wide stretch of sand overlooked by a pleasant tree lined promenade with gardens and children play areas with many restaurants and bars to choose from. The beach was awarded the Blue Flag in and has excellent facilities. There is parking along the promenade although in high season it gets quite busy.

Other public parking close by. Another beach in Estepona is the Blue Flag Playa El Cristo found just to the west of the town and within easy walking distance of the town and the marina. Located in a cove it is a west facing beach, with bars, showers and parking.

Playa Fontanilla is the very popular beach lying west of the sporting marina and connecting with the Playa Casablanca, together they stretch almost to the western side of Marbella town. A lovely promenade overlooks this extensive stretch of coast, which offers clean safe bathing and excellent facilities.

Plenty of restaurants and bars with toilets, showers and the usual sunbed and umbrella hire. Water sports such as speed boat and jet ski hire are available from the marina but windsurfing and pedalo hire centres are located at various centres along the beach. Funny Beach, advertised by a giant sized Coca Cola can on the beach side just east of Marbella town has a variety of water sports available such as jet ski hire, canoe and pedalo hire and wind surfing.

For children and adults they also have go karting, trampolines, and many other amusements. The beach itself Playa del Pinillo is quite narrow, but safe and clean with toilet, restaurant and bar facilities.

There is no promenade as such, but the beach can be accessed directly off the N coast road and parking is available on site.

Marbella's Golden Mile is without doubt the place to be seen with its beaches, world famous hotels including Puente Romano Hotel and designer shops. The golden mile coastline is made up from many different beaches between Marbella and Puerto Banus and is flanked by a recently built promenade with is many beach bars dotted along the way.

These beaches have held the Blue Flag since If you feel like treating yourself, why not spend a day relaxing in the Marbella Club Beach Club. This lovely beach is overlooked by the fabulous Guadalmina Golf Course and Hotel on the western outskirts of San Pedro de Alcantara and has excellent facilities and a clean safe beach with many restaurants and bars close at hand.

There is the usual sun bed and umbrella hire and varied water sports and activities available from the hotel such as windsurfing, jet skiing, speed boats and pedalos. Reach the beach by turning off the N just before the concrete arch travelling west out of San Pedro. Situated at Km on the N coast road east of Estepona, Hacienda Beach is close to the luxury Las Dunas Hotel which has all manner of water sports and leisure activities on offer.

The beach is clean, safe and well equipped with a variety of restaurants and bars, toilets, sun bed and umbrella hire and beach showers. Take the La Cala exit off the N, park at the back of the town by the shops and walk down to the beach area.

Nice sandy beaches, well equipped with many bars and restaurants close at hand. Fishing boats and nets on the beaches all add to the atmosphere of this very pleasant resort which unfortunately does get quite crowded during July and August.

Worth a visit though, but arrive early. Pedalo hire and some wind surfing. Once upon a time, La Carihuela belonged to Torremolinos and was its fishing area. Nowadays, located on its western outskirts, La Carihuela still retains its charm and quaintness with narrow streets, a lovely new pedestrian promenade lined with fabulous fish restaurants and an extensive stretch of sandy beach with beds and umbrellas for hire, pedaloes, windsurfing and bars with showers and toilets.

The Marbesa beach is a long narrow stretch sand popular with local residents. There is no promenade here but the rather quality residential area of Marbesa overlooks it, with plenty of parking.

A good choice of restaurants and bars some having sunbeds and umbrellas for hire. Popular with the locals for jogging and walking. Take the Las Chapas exit off the N and head down to the beach. Mijas Costa is the long stretch of coast between Fuengirola and Marbella along which many urbanisations have sprung up on the inland side of the N and pedestrian bridges and under passes have been built to enable access to the many beaches.

The majority of the beaches are sandy but fairly narrow. The urbanisations of Riviera del Sol and Calahonda all have access to reasonable beaches where a beach bar or restaurant is never far away and they will all have toilets and sunbed and umbrella hire. The Nueva Andalucia beach is situated a 15 minute stroll west of Puerto Banus and is sandy and well equipped. Several beach clubs overlook the beach, including the Moosh Moosh at Villamarina and although not a formal promenade, it is an easy walk into Puerto Banus to enjoy the nightlife and shopping.

A good choice of beach restaurants and bars with toilets, showers and sunbed and umbrella hire. Windsurfing and pedalo hire available and jet ski and speed boat hire from the marina itself.

It is also known as Playa de las Dunas-Carib and is a naturist beach. It can be best accessed by the Cabopino exit off the N and turning right into the sand dunes before arriving at the marina. You will see signs for Andres beach bar. Usual facilities with sunbed and umbrella hire and toilets. Turn off the N coast road and follow signs down to the beach past the old Moorish watchtower.

At the bottom there is plenty of parking and access to the beach. The beach boasts a first class restaurant and bar, with pool and gardens and from where you can hire sunbeds and umbrellas on the beach. Pedalo hire and windsurfing are available. Puerto Banus is the ideal place for an exclusive selection of designer shops, restaurants and nightlife entertainment , together with an incredible display of yachts and pleaseure boats in the Marina. To the east, towards Marbella town at a distance, the beach is mostly boarded by a relaxing promenade and leads you along the 'Golden Mile' streach of beaches with its array of top grade Hotels, beach bars and beach clubs along the way.

Windsurfing and pedalo hire are available as well as jet ski and speed boat hire, at selected beach areas on this part of the Marbella coastline. Playa Puerto Banus is another very popular beach and without doubt the place to be seen! Protected to the west by the marina jetty, it stretches along to the east and is overlooked by the Marbella Club.

If the beach was crowded you might be tempted to spend a day at its beach club and rub shoulders with the rich and famous.

If not, then be prepared for a crowded beach. Lots of bars and restaurants close at hand and the usual facilities. These three popular beaches located together around the Elviria area at Kms , and off the N coast road, all have very good facilities with plenty of restaurants and beach bars and adequate parking.

They are all reached down small roads through urbanisations and there is no promenade linking the three. Needless to say they do get busy during high season, especially at weekends with the locals but with daily cleaning, the beaches are safe and the atmosphere is always good.

Access the beach by turning off the N at Sitio de Calahonda and taking the narrow road down with Mcdonalds on the left side. There is a car park and a flight of steps lead down to a fairly narrow beach with a restaurant and bar and sun bed and umbrella hire. Very popular at weekends when parking could become difficult. Sabinillas is a fairly large coastal town located on the N coast road in between the exits for the inland villages of Casares and Manilva.

Not regarded as a holiday resort, the long sandy beaches are popular with the locals and those that know about them with good facilities including bed and umbrella hire.

A real Spanish town with good shopping and a weekly market that is well worth visiting for its beach and typical bars and restaurants serving exquisite fish dishes. No promenade as such but plenty of parking in the little side streets leading down to the beach. San Pedro is an attractive market town with its centre lying around yards from the coast on the N San Pedro beach is one of a series of long clean sandy beaches running from Puerto Banus to Guadalmina.

The promenade and beach areas are attractive with good safe bathing and sports facilities. Sotogrande at the far western end of the Costa del Sol and close to Gibraltar, is a top venue for golf and polo. It also boasts a fabulous marina with wildlife marshland and is a luxury beach resort. The fine beach club backs on to the wide sandy beach which is safe and clean for bathing and taking the sun.

At the beach club there are many water sports and activities available, including pedalos, jet skis, speed boats, windsurfing, childens games and competitions, tennis and golf.

Also on site are excellent restaurant and bar facilities. Torreblanca and the adjoining resort of Los Boliches, both located on the eastern side of Fuengirola were awarded the Blue Flag for their beaches in Wide expanses of sand stretching several miles from Fuengirola along to Carvajal attract holiday makers and locals alike and the facilities are first class. Plenty of beach bars and restaurants offering wonderful fish dishes and fresh char grilled sardines, sun bed and umbrella hire, toilets and beach showers.

Water sports on offers include pedaloes and windsurfing with several locations for 5 a side football. Well located just off the N at the Torremuelle exit with several beach bars and restaurants close at hand.

The sandy beach is not huge but is clean, safe and well equipped with sunbed and umbrella hire, pedaloes, toilets and showers. Parking on beach side is limited in high season but spaces available on other side of the road, with underpass access. Another popular beach on Benalmadena Costa is at Torrequebrada and access is from the N via the huge building which is the Torrequebarada Hotel and Casino on the beach side.

The beach has a couple of restaurants and bars with toilets and showers and all the usual facilities such as sunbed and umbrella hire, pedaloes and surfing. Parking is a little difficult in high season. A pleasant promenade overlooks the beach, and houses many popular restaurants and bars that are full to bursting point during the high season months.

The beach is clean and safe with excellent facilities including toilets and showers, sunbed and umbrella hire, jet-ski and speed boat hire close by from the marina, pedalos and wind surfing. Try to park in the Avd.

The Costa del Sol is known for many things: Sun, sea and sand are the usual three that holidaymakers are keen to mention, but one thing that they really shout about is the food. The area is known for blending the old and the new when it comes to cuisine, and there is a lot to experience in the more authentic, local restaurants.

If you really want to see the true Costa del Sol, there are few better ways to experience real Spanish culture than with a visit to a local produce market.

Nestled between the Mediterranean Sea, Montgo Mountain, Valencia and Alicante you will find Javea, a place divided into three distinct parts, each just over a mile apart. A region of diverse and colourful towns and cities from the bright lights of Benidorm with its skyscrapers and chip shops to the cosmopolitan resorts of Javea and Moraira to the north.

The mountains that surround the area offer mountain top villages, vineyards, citrus groves and wheat fields, with the cities, full of colour and vigour offering a contrast to this laid back style of life. You can also check out Benidorm, still a top holiday destination welcoming millions of visitors every year to enjoy its great beaches and intense nightlife. You can travel to Benidorm by boat from the marina at Calpe — a great way to see the beaches, coves and cliffs of this remarkable coastline.

If your holiday would be incomplete without a few rounds of golf, you have come to the right place! Club de Golf Ifach, 2 miles from Calpe is part of the San Jaime Urbanisation in Moraira, and a good place to start, but you need to have a valid handicap certificate from your home club with you. With just one putting green, it is one of the smaller courses around.

However, it is deceptively difficult and not for the faint hearted! Javier Arana created the Ifach Club course to be short and tricky with numerous obstacles, so if you like a challenge, this may be for you. It sits in the sea, a mighty landmark that can be seen for miles, towering over the town and dividing the shoreline to create two gorgeous sandy beaches. For the very fit there is a walking route through a tunnel in the rock that takes you right to the top where the views over the bay are extraordinary.

On a clear day you can see as far as Ibiza. Behind the town loom the the majestic Sierra Bernia Mountains, providing a beautiful, dramatic backdrop. Miles of white sand lapped by clean, clear, turquoise waters make the Costa Blanca a beach lovers dream.

More than beaches achieve the high standards required for the Blue flag scheme assuring the standards of cleanliness across the region. Good facilities and water sports are available at most resorts whilst those seeking peace and tranquillity can easily find a secluded cove for a day of rest and relaxation. Advocat Cove is made up of gravel and fine sand and has a small breakwater at its Southern most point.

This area is also perfect for peaceful walks. There is parking available as well as a beach bar and disabled access. Small pebble coves dotted along the coast of Altea, some have been improved with sand recycled onto the beach.

Those close to the hotels have the best facilities although these may be limited to residents. Long stretches of fine sand are separated by the Penon De Ifach towering above the port and Marina. The Arenal is lined by a pedestrianised promenade lined with cafes, bars and restaurants with many open late into the evening. The sand is cleaned daily and there are a wide variety of watersports available.

Parking is available along the length of both beaches. The beach is Blue Flag approved and lifeguards are present 1 June to 30 Sept. The famous horseshoe bay of fine sand in the centre of this popular resort has a gentle slope into the sea and is a good place for introducing children to swimming in the sea. There are public showers and toilet facilities plus parasols and sunbeds available to hire. The bay is surrounded by a wide choice of bars and restaurants along the attractive pedestrianised promenade.

In the summer you can stroll along the front and enjoy the stalls selling a variety of handmade crafts. The summer months are busy and Arenal is a favourite meeting place to go out and enjoy the bars. Accompanied jet-ski tours are available as is the hire of motor boats and boats for trips.

Parking is available along the length of the beach area and there are also bus and taxi stops. The beach has wheelchair access and is Blue Flag approved with a lifeguard usually present from 1 June to 30 Sept. The famous Levante sunrise and Poniente Sunset stretch the length of this resort gently shelving into the warn sea. Fine sand and well served by beach bars with watersports and facilities along the entire length.

Pedestrianised promenade along the length of the Levante beach. Can become very busy during peak season and parking can be difficult. Both are Blue Flag approved and lifeguards present year around. This relatively small cove, approximately m, consists of shingle and pebbles. This is a quiet and picturesque bay used by naturists. Cala Blanca Beach has beautiful scenery and an authentic Spanish restaurant. From the distance, you can the boats moored up in the bay by the purple caves. There are a few rock pools to explore and the sea is great for snorkelling.

Cala Grandella is small but full of character. Measuring at about m, this is a cove consisting of shingle, pebbles and rock with clear water. A lifeguard is present with safety flags indicating swimming conditions. Canoeing is available and sunbeds and parasols are available for hire.

Diving and snorkelling are also popular here. Shower and toilet facilities are also present. A bar and restaurant overlook the fantastic view from this bay. Ample parking is available nearby with view points overlooking the bay. Barraca Portitxol is an exceptional rustic cover consisting of shingle, pebbles and rock. This cove looks out to the beautiful Isle of Portitxol. The beach has the advantage of a shallow bay with the water gradually sloping, making it ideal for paddling or shallow snorkelling.

There is a lifeguard present with safety flags indicating swimming conditions. Canoeing is available for the more active, along with view points to enjoy the stunning scenery. Toilet facilities are also available. There are a selection of restaurants behind the beach. Cala Pope Tango is a wonderfully unique smaller cove. It is rustic with sand and small pebbles, great for exploring. You can enjoy a spot of diving and this cove also has safety flags and buoys to advise of swimming conditions.

There are ample facilities nearby including restaurants and a bar. This is a small cove consisting of shingle and pebbles, with view points and accessible only by foot. Denia has a long stretch of beach from the resort centre northwards towards Olivo. Fine sand and gently shelving, the beach is rarely crowded throughout the year. Well served by beach bars and shower facilities and parking is available throughout the length of the beach.

Denia also has a number of smaller coves and shingle beaches providing a peaceful alternative. Blue Flag approved and lifeguard present 1 June to 30 Sept. El Benissero extends from the Port breakwater along to the Parador hotel. This is a semi-urban open beach with shingles and rocks, making the water crystal clear. This beach is popular for walking. Here you can hire jet skis or take a perch at one of the chiringuitos.

Windsurfing and canoeing are also available here at El Benissero. If you want to hire a jet ski you'll need photo ID. There is a lifeguard facility here with safety flags for swimming conditions. Sunbeds and parasols are available to hire and there are also shower facilities. There is also a car park and bus service nearby. A restaurant and bar are also located here. A sandy cove surrounded by high cliffs makes this one of the most picturesque beaches on the coast.

The small promenade features a range of shops and some good quality restaurants. The resort centre is walking distance and offers a wide range of facilities and parking. Granadella Beach is found at the end of a winding lane and has a gravel car park.

Lifeguards are on duty during high season. The beach is made up of stones and is popular with the locals, as the water is very clear and there are lots of rocks eith side, making it a lovely cove.

There are 2 beach front restaurants available. The pebbly beach runs from the Parador end of the sandy Arenal beach, all the way to the Port. During the summer months this pebbly beach has some lovely beach bars dotted along the route, a great place for anything from breakfast to sun downers and on into the night.

Most offer wifi, TV, food and of course drinks. Take a dip in the sea, watch the world go by and enjoy some of the amazing fireworks set over the sea in July normally as part of the Moors and Christians Fiesta. The gently shelving beach of L'Ampolla lies just a short distance from the resort centre. Fine sand and with good childrens facilities with a playpark showers available. There is also a beach bar and plenty of parking which also serves the resort centre.

With fine golden sand, it has all kind of services and facilities and in summer nights it becomes an improvised cinema. It is delimited by a well cared waterfront where restaurants, ice-cream stalls and all kind of shops follow one another. Equipment and services: this beach has special handicapped persons facilities, red cross, playground, sports area, restaurants, camping, lifeguards, beach umbrellas and hammocks, parking, walloways, cleaning service and waste bins.

You can just see the 16th century Cap d'Or watchtower used to warn against Barbary pirates. Benissa's La Fustera beach is a short distance down from the coastal road and is popular with the locals. The La Fustera supermarket open all year is nearby.

To the north of Calpe on the winding coastal road towards Moraira are a number of coves and marinas proving clean and safe facilities, well maintained and groomed daily. Each of the coves has access to one of the commercial centres along the coast road.

There is parking at each of the coves and some have small beach bars providing drinks and snacks throughout the day. The coves provide excellent snorkelling and boats can be chartered for Scuba diving. Lifeguards are available during peak season.

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The pebbly beach runs from the Parador end of the sandy Arenal beach, all the way to the Port. During the summer months this pebbly beach has some lovely beach bars dotted along the route, a great place for anything from breakfast to sun downers and on into the night. Most offer wifi, TV, food and of course drinks. Take a dip in the sea, watch the world go by and enjoy some of the amazing fireworks set over the sea in July normally as part of the Moors and Christians Fiesta. The gently shelving beach of L'Ampolla lies just a short distance from the resort centre.

Fine sand and with good childrens facilities with a playpark showers available. There is also a beach bar and plenty of parking which also serves the resort centre. With fine golden sand, it has all kind of services and facilities and in summer nights it becomes an improvised cinema. It is delimited by a well cared waterfront where restaurants, ice-cream stalls and all kind of shops follow one another. Equipment and services: this beach has special handicapped persons facilities, red cross, playground, sports area, restaurants, camping, lifeguards, beach umbrellas and hammocks, parking, walloways, cleaning service and waste bins.

You can just see the 16th century Cap d'Or watchtower used to warn against Barbary pirates. Benissa's La Fustera beach is a short distance down from the coastal road and is popular with the locals. The La Fustera supermarket open all year is nearby.

To the north of Calpe on the winding coastal road towards Moraira are a number of coves and marinas proving clean and safe facilities, well maintained and groomed daily.

Each of the coves has access to one of the commercial centres along the coast road. There is parking at each of the coves and some have small beach bars providing drinks and snacks throughout the day. The coves provide excellent snorkelling and boats can be chartered for Scuba diving. Lifeguards are available during peak season. Bus and taxi stops are also along the beach, enabling easy access.

This beach has scenic walks and you can stop at a restaurant there for a bite to eat. This is a semi urban beach with rocks and shingle. Ministre is located between El Benissero and Arenal. You can see here where the Toscan stone used to be excavated. For a beach with more facilities, Arenal is a short distance. Moraira beach has everything you need and you can even choose between fine sand, rocks or pebbles! This beach is not over-populated and has a range of excellent facilities, including beach games, restaurants, washing facilties, a watch tower to admire the amazing view and ample parking.

Plenty of parking nearby although in peak season may be busy with locals. Blue Flag approved with lifeguard present 1June to 30Sept. This is a small rustic cove with shingle and rocks. Surrounded by white cliffs and some rock pools, this cove is only accessed by foot. You can enjoy the stunning scenery from the view point on the promenade. Ample parking is nearby.

A small cove with good facilities including a bar and restaurant and a small port with fishing boats and boat for fishing charters.

The beach views across to the Penon De Ifach and some of the modern architecture of the resort of Calpe.

Parking available. Segon Muntanyar is a semi urban, rough and rocky area of beach that is popular for walking. A restaurant serves this beach and and there are also bus services. There's something about Spain that means that culinary excellence is in its very roots. The country may be a relaxed one, yes, but the flavours and tastes that can be experienced in Spanish cuisine is an exciting adventure, and one that's best experienced in the coastal regions of the country, places such as Costa Blanca.

The close proximity to the ocean of course indicates that there'll be plenty of seafood on the typical Costa Blanca menu, but be sure to expect a healthy dose of meat too, along with great use of seasonal produce and locally sourced herbs, spices and oils. For incredibly fresh seafood, why not venture down to the harbour and buy directly from the fisherman?

The Spanish markets are a must-see for many of the Costa Blanca visitors, and there's an abundance of them to explore. One of the most favoured markets is the one in the town of Moraira, held every Friday morning just behind the town centre. Here you'll find an abundance of fresh, seasonal fruit and vegetables as well as nuts, spices and oils, herbs and dried fruit, along with many non-food items too.

A very similar market takes place every Thursday in Javea, too. Be sure to also take a look at the slightly smaller market in Teulada. It takes place on a Wednesday, and is much more of a local market. Here, you'll find more practical items and excellent quality food for a little less than in Moraira. If you've hired a car and are happy to travel a little further afield for produce, then be sure to check out Denia, Altea and Benissa.

All of these host markets that are full of local flavour, but be sure to ask about the specific days and times when you arrive in Costa Blanca. In Costa Blanca, the food is very traditional; the flavours are strong and the colours are vibrant, and there are most certainly a few dishes that you should try during your time in the resort. You'll find some more foodie tips and the nicest places to try the dishes in Villa Plus Guide to Costa Blanca , but in the meantime, have a look at some of these speciality dishes Paella — Perhaps one of the most iconic dishes of Spain, Paella makes use of everything that the country is great at producing.

Fresh fish, saffron-infused rice and local vegetables make this dish a tasty treat, and seems to taste even better when ordered in a giant pan to share between you and your guests. Cocido con Pelotas — Though a potage, the tasty dish combines little balls made of egg and parsley that appear in the soup both crumbled and fried. Arroz a banda — At its essence, arroz a banda is a simple dish, though it can be paired with extra bits depending on the preference of the chef.

Typically, it is rice that's cooked with dried red peppers to give it a little kick, but is often served up with calamari squid , shrimp, chicken or pork with garlic. You cannot ignore the prevalence of tapas dishes in this region of Spain, either. Though the above dishes are delectable too, there are few things more exciting in a meal than sharing a few small plates, giving you the option to sample as many bites as possible!

This is a growing notion in the UK too, and though tapas dishes feel like they could be difficult to recreate at home, in actual fact they are simple and easy to prepare — perfect to eat with a group of friends and a good bottle of wine. Here, we have easy versions of two Spanish favourites: Patatas bravas with chorizo, and Paella with squid.

Firstly, you'll create the very thick sauce that you'll eventually stir into the potatoes. To do this, you need to fry the onion, garlic, chilli, paprika and cayenne pepper in the olive oil until browned. Next, add the chopped tomatoes, combine, and leave it to simmer until a nice, thick paste is formed — this will take around 20 minutes.

In the meantime, steam the potatoes for around 10 minutes. In another frying pan, slowly cook the chorizo so that its oils are released. Once the potatoes are steamed, add them to the chorizo pan, and turn the heat up! Once browned, they are ready to serve up with your sauce.

To get started, put the olive oil in a frying pan and heat, before adding the chorizo, onion and garlic, allowing to cook until softened. Then add the turmeric, stirring the pan's contents as you go, before adding the prawns, peas and rice along with a good dose of boiling water, around ml. Keep stirring until everything is combined and cooked through before serving — don't forget those lemon wedges, they make a great visual addition when plating up!

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Patatas bravas. For the Patatas bravas, you'll need: g cooking chorizo 1 chopped onion 2 sliced garlic cloves 1 chopped red chilli 1 tablespoon of olive oil Paprika Cayenne pepper Can of chopped tomatoes 1kg of new potatoes, halved Firstly, you'll create the very thick sauce that you'll eventually stir into the potatoes.

Paella with squid. Close by is the Bil Bil Castle, an attractive terracotta coloured replica Moorish Castle built on the promenade which houses a restaurant and bar and is the choice venue for many local weddings. The beach is well equipped with bars and restaurants, sunbed and umbrella hire, pedaloes and surfing. The main road behind is lined with apartments, shops, bars and restaurants and the attractive promenade provides a pleasant stroll or place to sit and watch the world go by.

Carvajal is the pleasant and reasonably quiet beach area at the far eastern end of Fuengirola, before it leads on to Benalmadena Costa. The locals make a beeline for it at weekends, and tend to arrive early! However, it is wide, clean and safe with plenty of restaurants and bars close at hand. Access it by getting on to the Paseo Maritimo at Torreblanca and turning left. The Castillo El Ejido beach is located below the old Moorish castle on the western side of Fuengirola.

The parking is good, although high season it gets a bit congested and the beach is a favourite with the local residents. Many new beach bars and restaurants have sprung up here over the past season and a new hotel is presently under construction on the promenade behind. The estuary of the river is popular and children swim in the small shallow lake before it reaches the open sea.

Nets and posts are on site for various ball games enjoyed by the locals, also sunbed and umbrella hire from the various bars. It can be found at Km Daily membership is available. Located just east of Estepona, El Padron beach is a popular stretch of sandy beach with several beach bars and restaurants and facilities such as sun bed and umbrella hire.

The luxury Hotel Kempinski overlooks the beach at Km off the N coast road and offers many water sports and activities, such as boating, diving and snorkelling, wind surfing and pedalos. The main beach at Estepona is the Playa de la Rada, a fine long and wide stretch of sand overlooked by a pleasant tree lined promenade with gardens and children play areas with many restaurants and bars to choose from.

The beach was awarded the Blue Flag in and has excellent facilities. There is parking along the promenade although in high season it gets quite busy. Other public parking close by. Another beach in Estepona is the Blue Flag Playa El Cristo found just to the west of the town and within easy walking distance of the town and the marina.

Located in a cove it is a west facing beach, with bars, showers and parking. Playa Fontanilla is the very popular beach lying west of the sporting marina and connecting with the Playa Casablanca, together they stretch almost to the western side of Marbella town. A lovely promenade overlooks this extensive stretch of coast, which offers clean safe bathing and excellent facilities.

Plenty of restaurants and bars with toilets, showers and the usual sunbed and umbrella hire. Water sports such as speed boat and jet ski hire are available from the marina but windsurfing and pedalo hire centres are located at various centres along the beach.

Funny Beach, advertised by a giant sized Coca Cola can on the beach side just east of Marbella town has a variety of water sports available such as jet ski hire, canoe and pedalo hire and wind surfing. For children and adults they also have go karting, trampolines, and many other amusements.

The beach itself Playa del Pinillo is quite narrow, but safe and clean with toilet, restaurant and bar facilities. There is no promenade as such, but the beach can be accessed directly off the N coast road and parking is available on site. Marbella's Golden Mile is without doubt the place to be seen with its beaches, world famous hotels including Puente Romano Hotel and designer shops.

The golden mile coastline is made up from many different beaches between Marbella and Puerto Banus and is flanked by a recently built promenade with is many beach bars dotted along the way. These beaches have held the Blue Flag since If you feel like treating yourself, why not spend a day relaxing in the Marbella Club Beach Club. This lovely beach is overlooked by the fabulous Guadalmina Golf Course and Hotel on the western outskirts of San Pedro de Alcantara and has excellent facilities and a clean safe beach with many restaurants and bars close at hand.

There is the usual sun bed and umbrella hire and varied water sports and activities available from the hotel such as windsurfing, jet skiing, speed boats and pedalos. Reach the beach by turning off the N just before the concrete arch travelling west out of San Pedro. Situated at Km on the N coast road east of Estepona, Hacienda Beach is close to the luxury Las Dunas Hotel which has all manner of water sports and leisure activities on offer.

The beach is clean, safe and well equipped with a variety of restaurants and bars, toilets, sun bed and umbrella hire and beach showers. Take the La Cala exit off the N, park at the back of the town by the shops and walk down to the beach area.

Nice sandy beaches, well equipped with many bars and restaurants close at hand. Fishing boats and nets on the beaches all add to the atmosphere of this very pleasant resort which unfortunately does get quite crowded during July and August.

Worth a visit though, but arrive early. Pedalo hire and some wind surfing. Once upon a time, La Carihuela belonged to Torremolinos and was its fishing area. Nowadays, located on its western outskirts, La Carihuela still retains its charm and quaintness with narrow streets, a lovely new pedestrian promenade lined with fabulous fish restaurants and an extensive stretch of sandy beach with beds and umbrellas for hire, pedaloes, windsurfing and bars with showers and toilets.

The Marbesa beach is a long narrow stretch sand popular with local residents. There is no promenade here but the rather quality residential area of Marbesa overlooks it, with plenty of parking.

A good choice of restaurants and bars some having sunbeds and umbrellas for hire. Popular with the locals for jogging and walking. Take the Las Chapas exit off the N and head down to the beach. Mijas Costa is the long stretch of coast between Fuengirola and Marbella along which many urbanisations have sprung up on the inland side of the N and pedestrian bridges and under passes have been built to enable access to the many beaches.

The majority of the beaches are sandy but fairly narrow. The urbanisations of Riviera del Sol and Calahonda all have access to reasonable beaches where a beach bar or restaurant is never far away and they will all have toilets and sunbed and umbrella hire.

The Nueva Andalucia beach is situated a 15 minute stroll west of Puerto Banus and is sandy and well equipped. Several beach clubs overlook the beach, including the Moosh Moosh at Villamarina and although not a formal promenade, it is an easy walk into Puerto Banus to enjoy the nightlife and shopping.

A good choice of beach restaurants and bars with toilets, showers and sunbed and umbrella hire. Windsurfing and pedalo hire available and jet ski and speed boat hire from the marina itself. It is also known as Playa de las Dunas-Carib and is a naturist beach. It can be best accessed by the Cabopino exit off the N and turning right into the sand dunes before arriving at the marina.

You will see signs for Andres beach bar. Usual facilities with sunbed and umbrella hire and toilets. Turn off the N coast road and follow signs down to the beach past the old Moorish watchtower.

At the bottom there is plenty of parking and access to the beach. The beach boasts a first class restaurant and bar, with pool and gardens and from where you can hire sunbeds and umbrellas on the beach. Pedalo hire and windsurfing are available. Puerto Banus is the ideal place for an exclusive selection of designer shops, restaurants and nightlife entertainment , together with an incredible display of yachts and pleaseure boats in the Marina.

To the east, towards Marbella town at a distance, the beach is mostly boarded by a relaxing promenade and leads you along the 'Golden Mile' streach of beaches with its array of top grade Hotels, beach bars and beach clubs along the way.

Windsurfing and pedalo hire are available as well as jet ski and speed boat hire, at selected beach areas on this part of the Marbella coastline. Playa Puerto Banus is another very popular beach and without doubt the place to be seen! Protected to the west by the marina jetty, it stretches along to the east and is overlooked by the Marbella Club. If the beach was crowded you might be tempted to spend a day at its beach club and rub shoulders with the rich and famous.

If not, then be prepared for a crowded beach. Lots of bars and restaurants close at hand and the usual facilities. These three popular beaches located together around the Elviria area at Kms , and off the N coast road, all have very good facilities with plenty of restaurants and beach bars and adequate parking. They are all reached down small roads through urbanisations and there is no promenade linking the three. Needless to say they do get busy during high season, especially at weekends with the locals but with daily cleaning, the beaches are safe and the atmosphere is always good.

Access the beach by turning off the N at Sitio de Calahonda and taking the narrow road down with Mcdonalds on the left side. There is a car park and a flight of steps lead down to a fairly narrow beach with a restaurant and bar and sun bed and umbrella hire. Very popular at weekends when parking could become difficult. Sabinillas is a fairly large coastal town located on the N coast road in between the exits for the inland villages of Casares and Manilva.

Not regarded as a holiday resort, the long sandy beaches are popular with the locals and those that know about them with good facilities including bed and umbrella hire. A real Spanish town with good shopping and a weekly market that is well worth visiting for its beach and typical bars and restaurants serving exquisite fish dishes.

No promenade as such but plenty of parking in the little side streets leading down to the beach. San Pedro is an attractive market town with its centre lying around yards from the coast on the N San Pedro beach is one of a series of long clean sandy beaches running from Puerto Banus to Guadalmina. The promenade and beach areas are attractive with good safe bathing and sports facilities.

Sotogrande at the far western end of the Costa del Sol and close to Gibraltar, is a top venue for golf and polo. It also boasts a fabulous marina with wildlife marshland and is a luxury beach resort.

The fine beach club backs on to the wide sandy beach which is safe and clean for bathing and taking the sun. At the beach club there are many water sports and activities available, including pedalos, jet skis, speed boats, windsurfing, childens games and competitions, tennis and golf. Also on site are excellent restaurant and bar facilities. Torreblanca and the adjoining resort of Los Boliches, both located on the eastern side of Fuengirola were awarded the Blue Flag for their beaches in Wide expanses of sand stretching several miles from Fuengirola along to Carvajal attract holiday makers and locals alike and the facilities are first class.

Plenty of beach bars and restaurants offering wonderful fish dishes and fresh char grilled sardines, sun bed and umbrella hire, toilets and beach showers. Water sports on offers include pedaloes and windsurfing with several locations for 5 a side football.

Well located just off the N at the Torremuelle exit with several beach bars and restaurants close at hand. The sandy beach is not huge but is clean, safe and well equipped with sunbed and umbrella hire, pedaloes, toilets and showers. Parking on beach side is limited in high season but spaces available on other side of the road, with underpass access. Another popular beach on Benalmadena Costa is at Torrequebrada and access is from the N via the huge building which is the Torrequebarada Hotel and Casino on the beach side.

The beach has a couple of restaurants and bars with toilets and showers and all the usual facilities such as sunbed and umbrella hire, pedaloes and surfing.

Parking is a little difficult in high season. A pleasant promenade overlooks the beach, and houses many popular restaurants and bars that are full to bursting point during the high season months. The beach is clean and safe with excellent facilities including toilets and showers, sunbed and umbrella hire, jet-ski and speed boat hire close by from the marina, pedalos and wind surfing.

Try to park in the Avd. The Costa del Sol is known for many things: Sun, sea and sand are the usual three that holidaymakers are keen to mention, but one thing that they really shout about is the food.

The area is known for blending the old and the new when it comes to cuisine, and there is a lot to experience in the more authentic, local restaurants. If you really want to see the true Costa del Sol, there are few better ways to experience real Spanish culture than with a visit to a local produce market.

The area has an abundance of them, though not all of them are food produce specific, and many of the opening times and days vary throughout the seasons — it's always best to check when you arrive so you don't venture out on a wasted journey!

For fresh fish and meat, fruit and veg, you will find that most towns will have a local Municipal Market, usually located near the heart of the old town - known locally as the Mercado Municipal.

These local markets are usually only open in the mornings, generally between 9am and 1pm, with stalls displaying a great selection of fresh foods. Each town will also have a specific day for their weekly "Rastro" markets which offer a combination of stalls, ranging from clothing to leather goods with a healthy dose of locally farmed produce too! As with the majority of Spain, in Costa del Sol, be sure to expect a good punch of colour and flavour that has been perfected over hundreds of years.

Whilst some dishes will have some modern touches, many of the region's favourites are old recipes that have been made time and time again — be sure to give something unexpected a try when you visit. Well-seasoned, this dish is refreshing and tasty, and is best served with freshly chopped peppers and onion.

Tapas — Costa del Sol is no exception to the Spanish love of tapas. These small plates are full of different ingredients and different tastes which can be mixed and matched with others to create an exciting dinner atmosphere, or can be great if you just fancy a small plate for a light meal.

You can read more about the tapas dishes that the area is known for in our Guide to Costa del Sol. As an area that fully embraces the Mediterranean location, you can't help but associate the taste of their food with sun and holidays. On a warm summer's evening, just serving up the right kind of food can even make dining in at home into a treat that feels distinctly Spanish, especially if you've got the right recipes to hand.

Clams are a large part of the Costa del Sol foodie culture, as is the traditional dessert dish of Churros con chocolate. This recipe is simple but delicious, relying on high-quality ingredients to achieve that authentic depth and flavour.

Place them in a casserole dish or stew pot on a medium heat and stir in the onion, garlic and parsley. Cook for a minute or two, then sprinkle with flour, salt and pepper and turn the heat up. Once the clams have opened up and softened, the dish is ready to serve straight from the pot. Sprinkle with parsley to serve. Firstly, mix together the flour and the baking powder in a large bowl. Then, mix through the olive oil and water to form a dough.

Once the dough has reached the desired thick but flexible consistency, leave it to rest for around 30 minutes. After the dough has rested, heat the oil up in a sturdy frying pan and allow it to heat up — the oil should sizzle. Fill a piping bag with your doughy mixture, and slowly pipe in reasonable lengths into the frying pan. Allow them to cook until golden, covering if necessary to ensure an even cook. For the chocolate dipping sauce, you should melt the two types on chocolate together, and stir to combine.

To loosen the chocolate up, add a little of the milk and stir, continuing until you are happy that the churros can be dipped! Serve the churros warm with the chocolate dip on the side, and enjoy! French Riviera. Italy Puglia. Portugal Algarve. Our finest villas that offer a little something extra. New to Villa Plus. Destination Villa Name Any Destination. All London. Adults: 2 Children: 2 Infants: 2.

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Guadalmina is a great destination for a sophisticated villa holiday. Las Chapas is a largely upmarket residential area set on a hillside, within easy reach of Marbesa Beach. Marbella offers the best of both worlds, located along a beautiful stretch of coast. The resort is renowned for its stylish bars, glitzy nightlife and designer shopping, but head in to the old town for a more traditional Spanish experience. Marbesa is a popular holiday resort along the stretch of coast known as Mijas Costa, between Fuengirola and Marbella.

It is a well-established community that centres around the beachfront, with a number of beach bars and restaurants dotted along the coastline. Mijas Pueblo is simply a delightful place for a villa holiday! Mijas Costa is a beach lovers paradise, stretching along 8 miles of coastline between Fuengirola and Marbella, with easy access to both towns. La Cala de Mijas is the central point, a Spanish seaside town with a weekly market and a good range of shops and restaurants.

A charming Andalucian white-washed village, Mijas Pueblo is perched on a mountainside over metres above sea level. Offering a more authentic, traditional Spanish experience with narrow alleyways, cobbled streets and small cafes. San Pedro offers all you need for a great villa holiday but without burger bars and concrete tower blocks.

Instead you have cobbled streets, a lovely beach and promenade, a chic and stylish marina, small independent shops and a great choice of bars, restaurants and clubs, all just over 6 miles away from all the glitz and glamour of Marbella.

Although famed for its spectacular coastline and sunny climate, the Costa del Sol has a plethora of activities and attractions on offer. You could enjoy a round of golf, explore one of the traditional hillside villages, or party till you drop in one of the glitzy nightclubs.

Often referred to as the Costa del Golf, this area of Southern Spain is heaven for keen golfers. There are plenty of high quality championship courses in the Costa del Sol including Valderrama, ranked as one of the world's best courses. The destination often plays host to events such as the Ryder Cup and the Spanish Open.

Plus, you can rely on the weather being great, with over days of sunshine a year! The Costa del Sol is the place to be for water sports enthusiasts and beginners alike. With over miles of coastline, many of the beaches offer lots of water sport activities for the whole family to enjoy. From jet-skis, kitesurfing, flyboarding, water-skiing, wakeboarding and windsurfing, there is so much for you to try.

Scuba divers will love the clear blue waters or, if you prefer not to go too deep, hire a boat or kayak! If you can drag yourself away from your villa, the Costa del Sol is full to the brim with family friendly attractions that make fantastic day trips! Discover the Butterfly Park, take a boat trip to look for dolphins, or cool off one of the 3 waterparks - there is plenty to keep everyone happy!

The Costa del Sol is an exciting and diverse region, steeped in history and rich in culture that deserves to be explored and enjoyed. Head inland to a rural village or town and you'll soon discover the original Spanish culture of traditional Andalucia.

From the charming village of Mijas to the bustling streets of Malaga, Costa Del Sol offers more than just a spectacular coastline! Foodies are spoilt for choice in the Costa del Sol — from traditional paella and tapas to international favourites such as pizza or Chinese, there really is something for everyone! Most of the coastal resorts offer excellent seafood restaurants and traditional tapas bars all along the promenade, plus plenty of chiringuitos - beach bars — for a relaxed atmosphere.

Many restaurants will offer alfresco dining, so you can make the most of the warm summer evenings. There is a vast and varied night scene in the Costa del Sol and each town has its own style and flavour. Marbella is a renowned party hot spot, with a whole host of glamourous beach clubs and night clubs. Spain is famous for its traditional horse shows, and there are great examples of this within the Costa del Sol. The Finca Cartujano puts on a weekly unique spectacle showing the visitor the dance and elegance of the pure-blooded Spanish Carthusian horse, with examples of dressage and ballet combined with traditional Spanish costumes and Andalucian music.

Or, visit the Ranchito Horse Show in Torremolinos, where the Rhythm on Horse show is a recommended experience for all horse lovers. With over miles of coastline, most of it accessible and with sandy beaches, the Costa del Sol is a beach lovers paradise.

A day on the beach is very popular with residents and holidaymakers alike and in this section of Villaplus. Some of the beaches are located directly off the main N coast road and down small tracks or lanes. Others, particularly in the main resorts have lovely leafy promenades where you can park and some have pedestrian promenade access only.

Wherever you choose, there will be a restaurant or bar close by and with the months of July and August attracting more crowds than the quieter off season months. This section of beach is used by the visitors to the Golf Hotel Atalaya Park, but is also open to the public in general. Tucked into a small bay, the Atalaya beach is great for all ages including families and, due to the close proximity of the hotel, there is a variety of watersports available.

This is a fairly new nudist beach located in cove yards west of the Torrequebrada Casino and Hotel and accessed from the N Benamara beach is located on the eastern outskirts of Estepona just 2 miles west of San Pedro de Alcantara close to the established residential area of El Pilar. The beach is easily reached by taking the pedestrian footbridge located across from the Benavista shopping centre.

Bil Bil Beach is the main beach on Benalmadena Costa and is situated off the N, south of the town of Arroyo de la Miel and just west of Benalmadena port. Close by is the Bil Bil Castle, an attractive terracotta coloured replica Moorish Castle built on the promenade which houses a restaurant and bar and is the choice venue for many local weddings.

The beach is well equipped with bars and restaurants, sunbed and umbrella hire, pedaloes and surfing. The main road behind is lined with apartments, shops, bars and restaurants and the attractive promenade provides a pleasant stroll or place to sit and watch the world go by. Carvajal is the pleasant and reasonably quiet beach area at the far eastern end of Fuengirola, before it leads on to Benalmadena Costa. The locals make a beeline for it at weekends, and tend to arrive early!

However, it is wide, clean and safe with plenty of restaurants and bars close at hand. Access it by getting on to the Paseo Maritimo at Torreblanca and turning left. The Castillo El Ejido beach is located below the old Moorish castle on the western side of Fuengirola.

The parking is good, although high season it gets a bit congested and the beach is a favourite with the local residents. Many new beach bars and restaurants have sprung up here over the past season and a new hotel is presently under construction on the promenade behind. The estuary of the river is popular and children swim in the small shallow lake before it reaches the open sea.

Nets and posts are on site for various ball games enjoyed by the locals, also sunbed and umbrella hire from the various bars. It can be found at Km Daily membership is available. Located just east of Estepona, El Padron beach is a popular stretch of sandy beach with several beach bars and restaurants and facilities such as sun bed and umbrella hire. The luxury Hotel Kempinski overlooks the beach at Km off the N coast road and offers many water sports and activities, such as boating, diving and snorkelling, wind surfing and pedalos.

The main beach at Estepona is the Playa de la Rada, a fine long and wide stretch of sand overlooked by a pleasant tree lined promenade with gardens and children play areas with many restaurants and bars to choose from.

The beach was awarded the Blue Flag in and has excellent facilities. There is parking along the promenade although in high season it gets quite busy. Other public parking close by. Another beach in Estepona is the Blue Flag Playa El Cristo found just to the west of the town and within easy walking distance of the town and the marina.

Located in a cove it is a west facing beach, with bars, showers and parking. Playa Fontanilla is the very popular beach lying west of the sporting marina and connecting with the Playa Casablanca, together they stretch almost to the western side of Marbella town. A lovely promenade overlooks this extensive stretch of coast, which offers clean safe bathing and excellent facilities.

Plenty of restaurants and bars with toilets, showers and the usual sunbed and umbrella hire. Water sports such as speed boat and jet ski hire are available from the marina but windsurfing and pedalo hire centres are located at various centres along the beach.

Funny Beach, advertised by a giant sized Coca Cola can on the beach side just east of Marbella town has a variety of water sports available such as jet ski hire, canoe and pedalo hire and wind surfing. For children and adults they also have go karting, trampolines, and many other amusements. The beach itself Playa del Pinillo is quite narrow, but safe and clean with toilet, restaurant and bar facilities.

There is no promenade as such, but the beach can be accessed directly off the N coast road and parking is available on site. Marbella's Golden Mile is without doubt the place to be seen with its beaches, world famous hotels including Puente Romano Hotel and designer shops. The golden mile coastline is made up from many different beaches between Marbella and Puerto Banus and is flanked by a recently built promenade with is many beach bars dotted along the way.

These beaches have held the Blue Flag since If you feel like treating yourself, why not spend a day relaxing in the Marbella Club Beach Club. This lovely beach is overlooked by the fabulous Guadalmina Golf Course and Hotel on the western outskirts of San Pedro de Alcantara and has excellent facilities and a clean safe beach with many restaurants and bars close at hand.

There is the usual sun bed and umbrella hire and varied water sports and activities available from the hotel such as windsurfing, jet skiing, speed boats and pedalos. Reach the beach by turning off the N just before the concrete arch travelling west out of San Pedro. Situated at Km on the N coast road east of Estepona, Hacienda Beach is close to the luxury Las Dunas Hotel which has all manner of water sports and leisure activities on offer. The beach is clean, safe and well equipped with a variety of restaurants and bars, toilets, sun bed and umbrella hire and beach showers.

Take the La Cala exit off the N, park at the back of the town by the shops and walk down to the beach area. Nice sandy beaches, well equipped with many bars and restaurants close at hand.

Fishing boats and nets on the beaches all add to the atmosphere of this very pleasant resort which unfortunately does get quite crowded during July and August. Worth a visit though, but arrive early. Pedalo hire and some wind surfing. Once upon a time, La Carihuela belonged to Torremolinos and was its fishing area.

Nowadays, located on its western outskirts, La Carihuela still retains its charm and quaintness with narrow streets, a lovely new pedestrian promenade lined with fabulous fish restaurants and an extensive stretch of sandy beach with beds and umbrellas for hire, pedaloes, windsurfing and bars with showers and toilets. The Marbesa beach is a long narrow stretch sand popular with local residents.

There is no promenade here but the rather quality residential area of Marbesa overlooks it, with plenty of parking. A good choice of restaurants and bars some having sunbeds and umbrellas for hire.

Popular with the locals for jogging and walking. Take the Las Chapas exit off the N and head down to the beach. Mijas Costa is the long stretch of coast between Fuengirola and Marbella along which many urbanisations have sprung up on the inland side of the N and pedestrian bridges and under passes have been built to enable access to the many beaches.

The majority of the beaches are sandy but fairly narrow. The urbanisations of Riviera del Sol and Calahonda all have access to reasonable beaches where a beach bar or restaurant is never far away and they will all have toilets and sunbed and umbrella hire. The Nueva Andalucia beach is situated a 15 minute stroll west of Puerto Banus and is sandy and well equipped. Several beach clubs overlook the beach, including the Moosh Moosh at Villamarina and although not a formal promenade, it is an easy walk into Puerto Banus to enjoy the nightlife and shopping.

A good choice of beach restaurants and bars with toilets, showers and sunbed and umbrella hire. Windsurfing and pedalo hire available and jet ski and speed boat hire from the marina itself. It is also known as Playa de las Dunas-Carib and is a naturist beach.

It can be best accessed by the Cabopino exit off the N and turning right into the sand dunes before arriving at the marina. You will see signs for Andres beach bar. Usual facilities with sunbed and umbrella hire and toilets.

Turn off the N coast road and follow signs down to the beach past the old Moorish watchtower. At the bottom there is plenty of parking and access to the beach. The beach boasts a first class restaurant and bar, with pool and gardens and from where you can hire sunbeds and umbrellas on the beach. Pedalo hire and windsurfing are available. Puerto Banus is the ideal place for an exclusive selection of designer shops, restaurants and nightlife entertainment , together with an incredible display of yachts and pleaseure boats in the Marina.

To the east, towards Marbella town at a distance, the beach is mostly boarded by a relaxing promenade and leads you along the 'Golden Mile' streach of beaches with its array of top grade Hotels, beach bars and beach clubs along the way.

Windsurfing and pedalo hire are available as well as jet ski and speed boat hire, at selected beach areas on this part of the Marbella coastline. Playa Puerto Banus is another very popular beach and without doubt the place to be seen! Protected to the west by the marina jetty, it stretches along to the east and is overlooked by the Marbella Club. If the beach was crowded you might be tempted to spend a day at its beach club and rub shoulders with the rich and famous.

If not, then be prepared for a crowded beach. Lots of bars and restaurants close at hand and the usual facilities. These three popular beaches located together around the Elviria area at Kms , and off the N coast road, all have very good facilities with plenty of restaurants and beach bars and adequate parking. They are all reached down small roads through urbanisations and there is no promenade linking the three.

Needless to say they do get busy during high season, especially at weekends with the locals but with daily cleaning, the beaches are safe and the atmosphere is always good. Access the beach by turning off the N at Sitio de Calahonda and taking the narrow road down with Mcdonalds on the left side. There is a car park and a flight of steps lead down to a fairly narrow beach with a restaurant and bar and sun bed and umbrella hire.

Very popular at weekends when parking could become difficult. Sabinillas is a fairly large coastal town located on the N coast road in between the exits for the inland villages of Casares and Manilva. Not regarded as a holiday resort, the long sandy beaches are popular with the locals and those that know about them with good facilities including bed and umbrella hire.

A real Spanish town with good shopping and a weekly market that is well worth visiting for its beach and typical bars and restaurants serving exquisite fish dishes. No promenade as such but plenty of parking in the little side streets leading down to the beach. San Pedro is an attractive market town with its centre lying around yards from the coast on the N San Pedro beach is one of a series of long clean sandy beaches running from Puerto Banus to Guadalmina.

The promenade and beach areas are attractive with good safe bathing and sports facilities. Sotogrande at the far western end of the Costa del Sol and close to Gibraltar, is a top venue for golf and polo. It also boasts a fabulous marina with wildlife marshland and is a luxury beach resort. The fine beach club backs on to the wide sandy beach which is safe and clean for bathing and taking the sun.

At the beach club there are many water sports and activities available, including pedalos, jet skis, speed boats, windsurfing, childens games and competitions, tennis and golf. Also on site are excellent restaurant and bar facilities. Torreblanca and the adjoining resort of Los Boliches, both located on the eastern side of Fuengirola were awarded the Blue Flag for their beaches in Wide expanses of sand stretching several miles from Fuengirola along to Carvajal attract holiday makers and locals alike and the facilities are first class.

Plenty of beach bars and restaurants offering wonderful fish dishes and fresh char grilled sardines, sun bed and umbrella hire, toilets and beach showers. Water sports on offers include pedaloes and windsurfing with several locations for 5 a side football.

Well located just off the N at the Torremuelle exit with several beach bars and restaurants close at hand. The sandy beach is not huge but is clean, safe and well equipped with sunbed and umbrella hire, pedaloes, toilets and showers. Parking on beach side is limited in high season but spaces available on other side of the road, with underpass access. Another popular beach on Benalmadena Costa is at Torrequebrada and access is from the N via the huge building which is the Torrequebarada Hotel and Casino on the beach side.

The beach has a couple of restaurants and bars with toilets and showers and all the usual facilities such as sunbed and umbrella hire, pedaloes and surfing. Parking is a little difficult in high season. A pleasant promenade overlooks the beach, and houses many popular restaurants and bars that are full to bursting point during the high season months.

The beach is clean and safe with excellent facilities including toilets and showers, sunbed and umbrella hire, jet-ski and speed boat hire close by from the marina, pedalos and wind surfing.

Try to park in the Avd. The Costa del Sol is known for many things: Sun, sea and sand are the usual three that holidaymakers are keen to mention, but one thing that they really shout about is the food.

The area is known for blending the old and the new when it comes to cuisine, and there is a lot to experience in the more authentic, local restaurants. If you really want to see the true Costa del Sol, there are few better ways to experience real Spanish culture than with a visit to a local produce market.

The area has an abundance of them, though not all of them are food produce specific, and many of the opening times and days vary throughout the seasons — it's always best to check when you arrive so you don't venture out on a wasted journey! For fresh fish and meat, fruit and veg, you will find that most towns will have a local Municipal Market, usually located near the heart of the old town - known locally as the Mercado Municipal.

These local markets are usually only open in the mornings, generally between 9am and 1pm, with stalls displaying a great selection of fresh foods. Each town will also have a specific day for their weekly "Rastro" markets which offer a combination of stalls, ranging from clothing to leather goods with a healthy dose of locally farmed produce too! As with the majority of Spain, in Costa del Sol, be sure to expect a good punch of colour and flavour that has been perfected over hundreds of years.

Whilst some dishes will have some modern touches, many of the region's favourites are old recipes that have been made time and time again — be sure to give something unexpected a try when you visit. Well-seasoned, this dish is refreshing and tasty, and is best served with freshly chopped peppers and onion. Tapas — Costa del Sol is no exception to the Spanish love of tapas.

These small plates are full of different ingredients and different tastes which can be mixed and matched with others to create an exciting dinner atmosphere, or can be great if you just fancy a small plate for a light meal. You can read more about the tapas dishes that the area is known for in our Guide to Costa del Sol. As an area that fully embraces the Mediterranean location, you can't help but associate the taste of their food with sun and holidays.

On a warm summer's evening, just serving up the right kind of food can even make dining in at home into a treat that feels distinctly Spanish, especially if you've got the right recipes to hand. Clams are a large part of the Costa del Sol foodie culture, as is the traditional dessert dish of Churros con chocolate. This recipe is simple but delicious, relying on high-quality ingredients to achieve that authentic depth and flavour.

Place them in a casserole dish or stew pot on a medium heat and stir in the onion, garlic and parsley. Cook for a minute or two, then sprinkle with flour, salt and pepper and turn the heat up.

Once the clams have opened up and softened, the dish is ready to serve straight from the pot. Sprinkle with parsley to serve. Firstly, mix together the flour and the baking powder in a large bowl. Then, mix through the olive oil and water to form a dough.

Once the dough has reached the desired thick but flexible consistency, leave it to rest for around 30 minutes. After the dough has rested, heat the oil up in a sturdy frying pan and allow it to heat up — the oil should sizzle. Fill a piping bag with your doughy mixture, and slowly pipe in reasonable lengths into the frying pan.

Allow them to cook until golden, covering if necessary to ensure an even cook. For the chocolate dipping sauce, you should melt the two types on chocolate together, and stir to combine. To loosen the chocolate up, add a little of the milk and stir, continuing until you are happy that the churros can be dipped! Serve the churros warm with the chocolate dip on the side, and enjoy! French Riviera.

Italy Puglia. Moraira is a picturesque resort with a chic marina dotted with upmarket restaurants. Its beaches have been awarded EEC Blue Flags for their cleanliness and offer a range of water sports, making it really family friendly.

Calpe lies in the region of Valencia and is conveniently close to Alicante, reached within an hour by car if you wanted to explore the city. Calpe is a historic fishing village offering ancient architecture, stretches of golden sand as well as fun activities like climbing. No matter where you choose, all our Costa Blanca villas come with private pools as standard, many with pool heating as well as air conditioning, BBQs, table tennis and pool tables.

Plus, we have friendly in-resort staff that will visit if you request. They will answer any queries you have and give you some top tips, including the best restaurants and must-see attractions! Plus, we strive to make the booking process as quick and easy as possible.

You can book flights, car hire, transfers and insurance right here. This means you can spend less time organising your holiday and more time dreaming about time spent by your private pool. There is so much for you to see and do during your Costa Blanca Villa Plus holiday, that you must remember to leave time to relax! One place you might enjoy is the historic old town of Javea. Like so many seaside resorts here, it was originally a fishing village, but regular raids by pirates drove the townsfolk to move just over a mile inland where they built what is now regarded as the old town, a maze of cobbled streets lined with whitewashed houses, Tosca stone porticoes, gothic bay windows, wrought iron window bars and balcony railings, clustered around the 12th Century gothic church of San Bartolome.

Today Javea is a small, historic town, free of high rise buildings, inhabited mainly by warm and friendly people who welcome tourists. The salt water lagoon is an important haven for wildlife, especially birds, and more than different species have been spotted here.

The lake attracts herons, large flocks of flamingos and other migrating birds at various times of the year. This unusual nature reserve with its reed beds was at one time an active salt works. A special market building was completed in and decorated with six huge, impressive paintings of fishing scenes and seafaring legends by the artist Elias Urbez. The good news is that it has a viewing gallery so that you can watch the auction in comfort.

In Calpe, around 1, tons of fish are caught every year by about people in 22 boats. The catch includes gilthead, whiting, red mullet, squid, octopus, grouper, mackerel and several kinds of shellfish. Unlike some resorts on the Costa Blanca, Moraira is still very much a Spanish community, and has resisted most of the high rise, mass catering aspects of modern tourism, protected by strict planning regulations.

Its sandy beaches are set in eight kilometers of beautiful coastline against a backdrop of forests, vineyards and mountains. The berth Blue Flag marina is a great spot for upmarket shopping, eating and people-watching. You can choose any one of our villas in the Costa Blanca and enjoy a holiday you will dream about for many years to come.

We know how to make you happy! Or you can have a really active holiday, trying some of the many water sports on offer, or exploring the fascinating coastline. Our villas give you a brilliant base from which to explore, or a luxury home from home you need hardly leave at all!

But if you do go on an adventure, you will return to a beautiful house with everything you need to be happy and comfortable, and a lovely, cool calm bedroom will be waiting for you after the heat of the day. Like so many seaside resorts here, it was originally a fishing village, but regular raids by pirates drove the townsfolk to move 2 miles inland where they built what is now regarded as the old town, a maze of cobbled streets lined with whitewashed houses, Tosca stone porticoes, gothic bay windows, wrought iron window bars and balcony railings, clustered around the 12th Century gothic church of San Bartolome.

Its sandy beaches are set in 5 miles of beautiful coastline against a backdrop of forests, vineyards and mountains. Like so many Mediterranean coastal holiday resorts, Calpe, on the East Coast of Southern Spain, was originally a little fishing village. Today it is a busy town, but fishing is still important, and there is a fish auction at the port each afternoon, with chefs from the many excellent fish restaurants bidding for fresh seafood for your dinner!

Nestled between the Mediterranean Sea, Montgo Mountain, Valencia and Alicante you will find Javea, a place divided into three distinct parts, each just over a mile apart. A region of diverse and colourful towns and cities from the bright lights of Benidorm with its skyscrapers and chip shops to the cosmopolitan resorts of Javea and Moraira to the north. The mountains that surround the area offer mountain top villages, vineyards, citrus groves and wheat fields, with the cities, full of colour and vigour offering a contrast to this laid back style of life.

You can also check out Benidorm, still a top holiday destination welcoming millions of visitors every year to enjoy its great beaches and intense nightlife. You can travel to Benidorm by boat from the marina at Calpe — a great way to see the beaches, coves and cliffs of this remarkable coastline.

If your holiday would be incomplete without a few rounds of golf, you have come to the right place! Club de Golf Ifach, 2 miles from Calpe is part of the San Jaime Urbanisation in Moraira, and a good place to start, but you need to have a valid handicap certificate from your home club with you. With just one putting green, it is one of the smaller courses around. However, it is deceptively difficult and not for the faint hearted! Javier Arana created the Ifach Club course to be short and tricky with numerous obstacles, so if you like a challenge, this may be for you.

It sits in the sea, a mighty landmark that can be seen for miles, towering over the town and dividing the shoreline to create two gorgeous sandy beaches. For the very fit there is a walking route through a tunnel in the rock that takes you right to the top where the views over the bay are extraordinary.

On a clear day you can see as far as Ibiza. Behind the town loom the the majestic Sierra Bernia Mountains, providing a beautiful, dramatic backdrop. Miles of white sand lapped by clean, clear, turquoise waters make the Costa Blanca a beach lovers dream. More than beaches achieve the high standards required for the Blue flag scheme assuring the standards of cleanliness across the region.

Good facilities and water sports are available at most resorts whilst those seeking peace and tranquillity can easily find a secluded cove for a day of rest and relaxation. Advocat Cove is made up of gravel and fine sand and has a small breakwater at its Southern most point. This area is also perfect for peaceful walks. There is parking available as well as a beach bar and disabled access.

Small pebble coves dotted along the coast of Altea, some have been improved with sand recycled onto the beach. Those close to the hotels have the best facilities although these may be limited to residents.

Long stretches of fine sand are separated by the Penon De Ifach towering above the port and Marina. The Arenal is lined by a pedestrianised promenade lined with cafes, bars and restaurants with many open late into the evening. The sand is cleaned daily and there are a wide variety of watersports available. Parking is available along the length of both beaches. The beach is Blue Flag approved and lifeguards are present 1 June to 30 Sept.

The famous horseshoe bay of fine sand in the centre of this popular resort has a gentle slope into the sea and is a good place for introducing children to swimming in the sea. There are public showers and toilet facilities plus parasols and sunbeds available to hire.

The bay is surrounded by a wide choice of bars and restaurants along the attractive pedestrianised promenade. In the summer you can stroll along the front and enjoy the stalls selling a variety of handmade crafts. The summer months are busy and Arenal is a favourite meeting place to go out and enjoy the bars. Accompanied jet-ski tours are available as is the hire of motor boats and boats for trips. Parking is available along the length of the beach area and there are also bus and taxi stops.

The beach has wheelchair access and is Blue Flag approved with a lifeguard usually present from 1 June to 30 Sept. The famous Levante sunrise and Poniente Sunset stretch the length of this resort gently shelving into the warn sea.

Fine sand and well served by beach bars with watersports and facilities along the entire length. Pedestrianised promenade along the length of the Levante beach. Can become very busy during peak season and parking can be difficult. Both are Blue Flag approved and lifeguards present year around. This relatively small cove, approximately m, consists of shingle and pebbles. This is a quiet and picturesque bay used by naturists.

Cala Blanca Beach has beautiful scenery and an authentic Spanish restaurant. From the distance, you can the boats moored up in the bay by the purple caves. There are a few rock pools to explore and the sea is great for snorkelling. Cala Grandella is small but full of character. Measuring at about m, this is a cove consisting of shingle, pebbles and rock with clear water. A lifeguard is present with safety flags indicating swimming conditions. Canoeing is available and sunbeds and parasols are available for hire.

Diving and snorkelling are also popular here. Shower and toilet facilities are also present. A bar and restaurant overlook the fantastic view from this bay.

Ample parking is available nearby with view points overlooking the bay. Barraca Portitxol is an exceptional rustic cover consisting of shingle, pebbles and rock.

This cove looks out to the beautiful Isle of Portitxol. The beach has the advantage of a shallow bay with the water gradually sloping, making it ideal for paddling or shallow snorkelling.

There is a lifeguard present with safety flags indicating swimming conditions. Canoeing is available for the more active, along with view points to enjoy the stunning scenery.

Toilet facilities are also available. There are a selection of restaurants behind the beach. Cala Pope Tango is a wonderfully unique smaller cove.

It is rustic with sand and small pebbles, great for exploring. You can enjoy a spot of diving and this cove also has safety flags and buoys to advise of swimming conditions. There are ample facilities nearby including restaurants and a bar. This is a small cove consisting of shingle and pebbles, with view points and accessible only by foot. Denia has a long stretch of beach from the resort centre northwards towards Olivo.

Fine sand and gently shelving, the beach is rarely crowded throughout the year. Well served by beach bars and shower facilities and parking is available throughout the length of the beach.

Denia also has a number of smaller coves and shingle beaches providing a peaceful alternative. Blue Flag approved and lifeguard present 1 June to 30 Sept. El Benissero extends from the Port breakwater along to the Parador hotel. This is a semi-urban open beach with shingles and rocks, making the water crystal clear.

This beach is popular for walking. Here you can hire jet skis or take a perch at one of the chiringuitos. Windsurfing and canoeing are also available here at El Benissero. If you want to hire a jet ski you'll need photo ID. There is a lifeguard facility here with safety flags for swimming conditions. Sunbeds and parasols are available to hire and there are also shower facilities. There is also a car park and bus service nearby.

A restaurant and bar are also located here. A sandy cove surrounded by high cliffs makes this one of the most picturesque beaches on the coast.

The small promenade features a range of shops and some good quality restaurants. The resort centre is walking distance and offers a wide range of facilities and parking. Granadella Beach is found at the end of a winding lane and has a gravel car park. Lifeguards are on duty during high season. The beach is made up of stones and is popular with the locals, as the water is very clear and there are lots of rocks eith side, making it a lovely cove.

There are 2 beach front restaurants available. The pebbly beach runs from the Parador end of the sandy Arenal beach, all the way to the Port. During the summer months this pebbly beach has some lovely beach bars dotted along the route, a great place for anything from breakfast to sun downers and on into the night. Most offer wifi, TV, food and of course drinks. Take a dip in the sea, watch the world go by and enjoy some of the amazing fireworks set over the sea in July normally as part of the Moors and Christians Fiesta.

The gently shelving beach of L'Ampolla lies just a short distance from the resort centre. Fine sand and with good childrens facilities with a playpark showers available. There is also a beach bar and plenty of parking which also serves the resort centre.

With fine golden sand, it has all kind of services and facilities and in summer nights it becomes an improvised cinema. It is delimited by a well cared waterfront where restaurants, ice-cream stalls and all kind of shops follow one another. Equipment and services: this beach has special handicapped persons facilities, red cross, playground, sports area, restaurants, camping, lifeguards, beach umbrellas and hammocks, parking, walloways, cleaning service and waste bins. You can just see the 16th century Cap d'Or watchtower used to warn against Barbary pirates.

Benissa's La Fustera beach is a short distance down from the coastal road and is popular with the locals. The La Fustera supermarket open all year is nearby. To the north of Calpe on the winding coastal road towards Moraira are a number of coves and marinas proving clean and safe facilities, well maintained and groomed daily.

Each of the coves has access to one of the commercial centres along the coast road. There is parking at each of the coves and some have small beach bars providing drinks and snacks throughout the day. The coves provide excellent snorkelling and boats can be chartered for Scuba diving. Lifeguards are available during peak season. Bus and taxi stops are also along the beach, enabling easy access.

This beach has scenic walks and you can stop at a restaurant there for a bite to eat. This is a semi urban beach with rocks and shingle. Ministre is located between El Benissero and Arenal. You can see here where the Toscan stone used to be excavated. For a beach with more facilities, Arenal is a short distance. Moraira beach has everything you need and you can even choose between fine sand, rocks or pebbles!

This beach is not over-populated and has a range of excellent facilities, including beach games, restaurants, washing facilties, a watch tower to admire the amazing view and ample parking. Plenty of parking nearby although in peak season may be busy with locals.

Blue Flag approved with lifeguard present 1June to 30Sept. This is a small rustic cove with shingle and rocks. Surrounded by white cliffs and some rock pools, this cove is only accessed by foot.

You can enjoy the stunning scenery from the view point on the promenade. Ample parking is nearby. A small cove with good facilities including a bar and restaurant and a small port with fishing boats and boat for fishing charters. The beach views across to the Penon De Ifach and some of the modern architecture of the resort of Calpe. Parking available. Segon Muntanyar is a semi urban, rough and rocky area of beach that is popular for walking.

A restaurant serves this beach and and there are also bus services.

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Villas in the Canary Islands With continual sunshine and warm temperatures year round, our holiday homes in the Canary Islands are always popular. Costa Blanca. A favourite for decades and its clear to see why! Miles of beaches, lively towns and much more. Costa del Sol. Choose from hundreds of sandy beaches, busy towns, historical sights and a range of things to do. Year round sunshine, great beaches and beautiful scenery make this a unique holiday destination. Awesome beaches and lots of things to do make Majorca a firm family favourite.

Price Match. Free WiFi. Pool Fences. From the charming village of Mijas to the bustling streets of Malaga, Costa Del Sol offers more than just a spectacular coastline! Foodies are spoilt for choice in the Costa del Sol — from traditional paella and tapas to international favourites such as pizza or Chinese, there really is something for everyone! Most of the coastal resorts offer excellent seafood restaurants and traditional tapas bars all along the promenade, plus plenty of chiringuitos - beach bars — for a relaxed atmosphere.

Many restaurants will offer alfresco dining, so you can make the most of the warm summer evenings. There is a vast and varied night scene in the Costa del Sol and each town has its own style and flavour. Marbella is a renowned party hot spot, with a whole host of glamourous beach clubs and night clubs. Spain is famous for its traditional horse shows, and there are great examples of this within the Costa del Sol.

The Finca Cartujano puts on a weekly unique spectacle showing the visitor the dance and elegance of the pure-blooded Spanish Carthusian horse, with examples of dressage and ballet combined with traditional Spanish costumes and Andalucian music.

Or, visit the Ranchito Horse Show in Torremolinos, where the Rhythm on Horse show is a recommended experience for all horse lovers. With over miles of coastline, most of it accessible and with sandy beaches, the Costa del Sol is a beach lovers paradise. A day on the beach is very popular with residents and holidaymakers alike and in this section of Villaplus. Some of the beaches are located directly off the main N coast road and down small tracks or lanes. Others, particularly in the main resorts have lovely leafy promenades where you can park and some have pedestrian promenade access only.

Wherever you choose, there will be a restaurant or bar close by and with the months of July and August attracting more crowds than the quieter off season months. This section of beach is used by the visitors to the Golf Hotel Atalaya Park, but is also open to the public in general. Tucked into a small bay, the Atalaya beach is great for all ages including families and, due to the close proximity of the hotel, there is a variety of watersports available.

This is a fairly new nudist beach located in cove yards west of the Torrequebrada Casino and Hotel and accessed from the N Benamara beach is located on the eastern outskirts of Estepona just 2 miles west of San Pedro de Alcantara close to the established residential area of El Pilar. The beach is easily reached by taking the pedestrian footbridge located across from the Benavista shopping centre. Bil Bil Beach is the main beach on Benalmadena Costa and is situated off the N, south of the town of Arroyo de la Miel and just west of Benalmadena port.

Close by is the Bil Bil Castle, an attractive terracotta coloured replica Moorish Castle built on the promenade which houses a restaurant and bar and is the choice venue for many local weddings. The beach is well equipped with bars and restaurants, sunbed and umbrella hire, pedaloes and surfing.

The main road behind is lined with apartments, shops, bars and restaurants and the attractive promenade provides a pleasant stroll or place to sit and watch the world go by. Carvajal is the pleasant and reasonably quiet beach area at the far eastern end of Fuengirola, before it leads on to Benalmadena Costa. The locals make a beeline for it at weekends, and tend to arrive early!

However, it is wide, clean and safe with plenty of restaurants and bars close at hand. Access it by getting on to the Paseo Maritimo at Torreblanca and turning left. The Castillo El Ejido beach is located below the old Moorish castle on the western side of Fuengirola.

The parking is good, although high season it gets a bit congested and the beach is a favourite with the local residents. Many new beach bars and restaurants have sprung up here over the past season and a new hotel is presently under construction on the promenade behind. The estuary of the river is popular and children swim in the small shallow lake before it reaches the open sea.

Nets and posts are on site for various ball games enjoyed by the locals, also sunbed and umbrella hire from the various bars. It can be found at Km Daily membership is available. Located just east of Estepona, El Padron beach is a popular stretch of sandy beach with several beach bars and restaurants and facilities such as sun bed and umbrella hire.

The luxury Hotel Kempinski overlooks the beach at Km off the N coast road and offers many water sports and activities, such as boating, diving and snorkelling, wind surfing and pedalos. The main beach at Estepona is the Playa de la Rada, a fine long and wide stretch of sand overlooked by a pleasant tree lined promenade with gardens and children play areas with many restaurants and bars to choose from.

The beach was awarded the Blue Flag in and has excellent facilities. There is parking along the promenade although in high season it gets quite busy. Other public parking close by. Another beach in Estepona is the Blue Flag Playa El Cristo found just to the west of the town and within easy walking distance of the town and the marina.

Located in a cove it is a west facing beach, with bars, showers and parking. Playa Fontanilla is the very popular beach lying west of the sporting marina and connecting with the Playa Casablanca, together they stretch almost to the western side of Marbella town. A lovely promenade overlooks this extensive stretch of coast, which offers clean safe bathing and excellent facilities.

Plenty of restaurants and bars with toilets, showers and the usual sunbed and umbrella hire. Water sports such as speed boat and jet ski hire are available from the marina but windsurfing and pedalo hire centres are located at various centres along the beach. Funny Beach, advertised by a giant sized Coca Cola can on the beach side just east of Marbella town has a variety of water sports available such as jet ski hire, canoe and pedalo hire and wind surfing.

For children and adults they also have go karting, trampolines, and many other amusements. The beach itself Playa del Pinillo is quite narrow, but safe and clean with toilet, restaurant and bar facilities. There is no promenade as such, but the beach can be accessed directly off the N coast road and parking is available on site. Marbella's Golden Mile is without doubt the place to be seen with its beaches, world famous hotels including Puente Romano Hotel and designer shops.

The golden mile coastline is made up from many different beaches between Marbella and Puerto Banus and is flanked by a recently built promenade with is many beach bars dotted along the way. These beaches have held the Blue Flag since If you feel like treating yourself, why not spend a day relaxing in the Marbella Club Beach Club.

This lovely beach is overlooked by the fabulous Guadalmina Golf Course and Hotel on the western outskirts of San Pedro de Alcantara and has excellent facilities and a clean safe beach with many restaurants and bars close at hand. There is the usual sun bed and umbrella hire and varied water sports and activities available from the hotel such as windsurfing, jet skiing, speed boats and pedalos.

Reach the beach by turning off the N just before the concrete arch travelling west out of San Pedro. Situated at Km on the N coast road east of Estepona, Hacienda Beach is close to the luxury Las Dunas Hotel which has all manner of water sports and leisure activities on offer. The beach is clean, safe and well equipped with a variety of restaurants and bars, toilets, sun bed and umbrella hire and beach showers.

Take the La Cala exit off the N, park at the back of the town by the shops and walk down to the beach area. Nice sandy beaches, well equipped with many bars and restaurants close at hand. Fishing boats and nets on the beaches all add to the atmosphere of this very pleasant resort which unfortunately does get quite crowded during July and August.

Worth a visit though, but arrive early. Pedalo hire and some wind surfing. Once upon a time, La Carihuela belonged to Torremolinos and was its fishing area. Nowadays, located on its western outskirts, La Carihuela still retains its charm and quaintness with narrow streets, a lovely new pedestrian promenade lined with fabulous fish restaurants and an extensive stretch of sandy beach with beds and umbrellas for hire, pedaloes, windsurfing and bars with showers and toilets.

The Marbesa beach is a long narrow stretch sand popular with local residents. There is no promenade here but the rather quality residential area of Marbesa overlooks it, with plenty of parking. A good choice of restaurants and bars some having sunbeds and umbrellas for hire. Popular with the locals for jogging and walking. Take the Las Chapas exit off the N and head down to the beach. Mijas Costa is the long stretch of coast between Fuengirola and Marbella along which many urbanisations have sprung up on the inland side of the N and pedestrian bridges and under passes have been built to enable access to the many beaches.

The majority of the beaches are sandy but fairly narrow. The urbanisations of Riviera del Sol and Calahonda all have access to reasonable beaches where a beach bar or restaurant is never far away and they will all have toilets and sunbed and umbrella hire.

The Nueva Andalucia beach is situated a 15 minute stroll west of Puerto Banus and is sandy and well equipped. Several beach clubs overlook the beach, including the Moosh Moosh at Villamarina and although not a formal promenade, it is an easy walk into Puerto Banus to enjoy the nightlife and shopping. A good choice of beach restaurants and bars with toilets, showers and sunbed and umbrella hire.

Windsurfing and pedalo hire available and jet ski and speed boat hire from the marina itself. It is also known as Playa de las Dunas-Carib and is a naturist beach. It can be best accessed by the Cabopino exit off the N and turning right into the sand dunes before arriving at the marina. You will see signs for Andres beach bar.

Usual facilities with sunbed and umbrella hire and toilets. Turn off the N coast road and follow signs down to the beach past the old Moorish watchtower.

At the bottom there is plenty of parking and access to the beach. The beach boasts a first class restaurant and bar, with pool and gardens and from where you can hire sunbeds and umbrellas on the beach.

Pedalo hire and windsurfing are available. Puerto Banus is the ideal place for an exclusive selection of designer shops, restaurants and nightlife entertainment , together with an incredible display of yachts and pleaseure boats in the Marina. To the east, towards Marbella town at a distance, the beach is mostly boarded by a relaxing promenade and leads you along the 'Golden Mile' streach of beaches with its array of top grade Hotels, beach bars and beach clubs along the way.

Windsurfing and pedalo hire are available as well as jet ski and speed boat hire, at selected beach areas on this part of the Marbella coastline. Playa Puerto Banus is another very popular beach and without doubt the place to be seen! Protected to the west by the marina jetty, it stretches along to the east and is overlooked by the Marbella Club.

If the beach was crowded you might be tempted to spend a day at its beach club and rub shoulders with the rich and famous. If not, then be prepared for a crowded beach. Lots of bars and restaurants close at hand and the usual facilities. These three popular beaches located together around the Elviria area at Kms , and off the N coast road, all have very good facilities with plenty of restaurants and beach bars and adequate parking. They are all reached down small roads through urbanisations and there is no promenade linking the three.

Needless to say they do get busy during high season, especially at weekends with the locals but with daily cleaning, the beaches are safe and the atmosphere is always good.

Access the beach by turning off the N at Sitio de Calahonda and taking the narrow road down with Mcdonalds on the left side. There is a car park and a flight of steps lead down to a fairly narrow beach with a restaurant and bar and sun bed and umbrella hire. Very popular at weekends when parking could become difficult. Sabinillas is a fairly large coastal town located on the N coast road in between the exits for the inland villages of Casares and Manilva. Not regarded as a holiday resort, the long sandy beaches are popular with the locals and those that know about them with good facilities including bed and umbrella hire.

A real Spanish town with good shopping and a weekly market that is well worth visiting for its beach and typical bars and restaurants serving exquisite fish dishes. No promenade as such but plenty of parking in the little side streets leading down to the beach. San Pedro is an attractive market town with its centre lying around yards from the coast on the N San Pedro beach is one of a series of long clean sandy beaches running from Puerto Banus to Guadalmina.

The promenade and beach areas are attractive with good safe bathing and sports facilities. Sotogrande at the far western end of the Costa del Sol and close to Gibraltar, is a top venue for golf and polo. It also boasts a fabulous marina with wildlife marshland and is a luxury beach resort. The fine beach club backs on to the wide sandy beach which is safe and clean for bathing and taking the sun. At the beach club there are many water sports and activities available, including pedalos, jet skis, speed boats, windsurfing, childens games and competitions, tennis and golf.

Also on site are excellent restaurant and bar facilities. Torreblanca and the adjoining resort of Los Boliches, both located on the eastern side of Fuengirola were awarded the Blue Flag for their beaches in Wide expanses of sand stretching several miles from Fuengirola along to Carvajal attract holiday makers and locals alike and the facilities are first class.

Plenty of beach bars and restaurants offering wonderful fish dishes and fresh char grilled sardines, sun bed and umbrella hire, toilets and beach showers. Water sports on offers include pedaloes and windsurfing with several locations for 5 a side football. Well located just off the N at the Torremuelle exit with several beach bars and restaurants close at hand. The sandy beach is not huge but is clean, safe and well equipped with sunbed and umbrella hire, pedaloes, toilets and showers.

Parking on beach side is limited in high season but spaces available on other side of the road, with underpass access. Another popular beach on Benalmadena Costa is at Torrequebrada and access is from the N via the huge building which is the Torrequebarada Hotel and Casino on the beach side. The beach has a couple of restaurants and bars with toilets and showers and all the usual facilities such as sunbed and umbrella hire, pedaloes and surfing.

Parking is a little difficult in high season. A pleasant promenade overlooks the beach, and houses many popular restaurants and bars that are full to bursting point during the high season months.

The beach is clean and safe with excellent facilities including toilets and showers, sunbed and umbrella hire, jet-ski and speed boat hire close by from the marina, pedalos and wind surfing. Try to park in the Avd. The Costa del Sol is known for many things: Sun, sea and sand are the usual three that holidaymakers are keen to mention, but one thing that they really shout about is the food.

The area is known for blending the old and the new when it comes to cuisine, and there is a lot to experience in the more authentic, local restaurants. If you really want to see the true Costa del Sol, there are few better ways to experience real Spanish culture than with a visit to a local produce market. The area has an abundance of them, though not all of them are food produce specific, and many of the opening times and days vary throughout the seasons — it's always best to check when you arrive so you don't venture out on a wasted journey!

For fresh fish and meat, fruit and veg, you will find that most towns will have a local Municipal Market, usually located near the heart of the old town - known locally as the Mercado Municipal. These local markets are usually only open in the mornings, generally between 9am and 1pm, with stalls displaying a great selection of fresh foods. Each town will also have a specific day for their weekly "Rastro" markets which offer a combination of stalls, ranging from clothing to leather goods with a healthy dose of locally farmed produce too!

As with the majority of Spain, in Costa del Sol, be sure to expect a good punch of colour and flavour that has been perfected over hundreds of years. Whilst some dishes will have some modern touches, many of the region's favourites are old recipes that have been made time and time again — be sure to give something unexpected a try when you visit.

Well-seasoned, this dish is refreshing and tasty, and is best served with freshly chopped peppers and onion. Tapas — Costa del Sol is no exception to the Spanish love of tapas.

These small plates are full of different ingredients and different tastes which can be mixed and matched with others to create an exciting dinner atmosphere, or can be great if you just fancy a small plate for a light meal. You can read more about the tapas dishes that the area is known for in our Guide to Costa del Sol. As an area that fully embraces the Mediterranean location, you can't help but associate the taste of their food with sun and holidays. On a warm summer's evening, just serving up the right kind of food can even make dining in at home into a treat that feels distinctly Spanish, especially if you've got the right recipes to hand.

Clams are a large part of the Costa del Sol foodie culture, as is the traditional dessert dish of Churros con chocolate. This recipe is simple but delicious, relying on high-quality ingredients to achieve that authentic depth and flavour.

Place them in a casserole dish or stew pot on a medium heat and stir in the onion, garlic and parsley. Cook for a minute or two, then sprinkle with flour, salt and pepper and turn the heat up. Once the clams have opened up and softened, the dish is ready to serve straight from the pot. Sprinkle with parsley to serve. Firstly, mix together the flour and the baking powder in a large bowl. Then, mix through the olive oil and water to form a dough. Once the dough has reached the desired thick but flexible consistency, leave it to rest for around 30 minutes.

After the dough has rested, heat the oil up in a sturdy frying pan and allow it to heat up — the oil should sizzle. Fill a piping bag with your doughy mixture, and slowly pipe in reasonable lengths into the frying pan. Allow them to cook until golden, covering if necessary to ensure an even cook. For the chocolate dipping sauce, you should melt the two types on chocolate together, and stir to combine.

To loosen the chocolate up, add a little of the milk and stir, continuing until you are happy that the churros can be dipped! Serve the churros warm with the chocolate dip on the side, and enjoy! French Riviera.

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However, it is wide, clean and safe with plenty of restaurants and bars close at hand. Access it by getting on to the Paseo Maritimo at Torreblanca and turning left.

The Castillo El Ejido beach is located below the old Moorish castle on the western side of Fuengirola. The parking is good, although high season it gets a bit congested and the beach is a favourite with the local residents. Many new beach bars and restaurants have sprung up here over the past season and a new hotel is presently under construction on the promenade behind.

The estuary of the river is popular and children swim in the small shallow lake before it reaches the open sea. Nets and posts are on site for various ball games enjoyed by the locals, also sunbed and umbrella hire from the various bars. It can be found at Km Daily membership is available. Located just east of Estepona, El Padron beach is a popular stretch of sandy beach with several beach bars and restaurants and facilities such as sun bed and umbrella hire.

The luxury Hotel Kempinski overlooks the beach at Km off the N coast road and offers many water sports and activities, such as boating, diving and snorkelling, wind surfing and pedalos. The main beach at Estepona is the Playa de la Rada, a fine long and wide stretch of sand overlooked by a pleasant tree lined promenade with gardens and children play areas with many restaurants and bars to choose from.

The beach was awarded the Blue Flag in and has excellent facilities. There is parking along the promenade although in high season it gets quite busy. Other public parking close by. Another beach in Estepona is the Blue Flag Playa El Cristo found just to the west of the town and within easy walking distance of the town and the marina. Located in a cove it is a west facing beach, with bars, showers and parking.

Playa Fontanilla is the very popular beach lying west of the sporting marina and connecting with the Playa Casablanca, together they stretch almost to the western side of Marbella town. A lovely promenade overlooks this extensive stretch of coast, which offers clean safe bathing and excellent facilities. Plenty of restaurants and bars with toilets, showers and the usual sunbed and umbrella hire. Water sports such as speed boat and jet ski hire are available from the marina but windsurfing and pedalo hire centres are located at various centres along the beach.

Funny Beach, advertised by a giant sized Coca Cola can on the beach side just east of Marbella town has a variety of water sports available such as jet ski hire, canoe and pedalo hire and wind surfing. For children and adults they also have go karting, trampolines, and many other amusements. The beach itself Playa del Pinillo is quite narrow, but safe and clean with toilet, restaurant and bar facilities.

There is no promenade as such, but the beach can be accessed directly off the N coast road and parking is available on site. Marbella's Golden Mile is without doubt the place to be seen with its beaches, world famous hotels including Puente Romano Hotel and designer shops.

The golden mile coastline is made up from many different beaches between Marbella and Puerto Banus and is flanked by a recently built promenade with is many beach bars dotted along the way. These beaches have held the Blue Flag since If you feel like treating yourself, why not spend a day relaxing in the Marbella Club Beach Club.

This lovely beach is overlooked by the fabulous Guadalmina Golf Course and Hotel on the western outskirts of San Pedro de Alcantara and has excellent facilities and a clean safe beach with many restaurants and bars close at hand. There is the usual sun bed and umbrella hire and varied water sports and activities available from the hotel such as windsurfing, jet skiing, speed boats and pedalos.

Reach the beach by turning off the N just before the concrete arch travelling west out of San Pedro. Situated at Km on the N coast road east of Estepona, Hacienda Beach is close to the luxury Las Dunas Hotel which has all manner of water sports and leisure activities on offer. The beach is clean, safe and well equipped with a variety of restaurants and bars, toilets, sun bed and umbrella hire and beach showers.

Take the La Cala exit off the N, park at the back of the town by the shops and walk down to the beach area. Nice sandy beaches, well equipped with many bars and restaurants close at hand. Fishing boats and nets on the beaches all add to the atmosphere of this very pleasant resort which unfortunately does get quite crowded during July and August. Worth a visit though, but arrive early.

Pedalo hire and some wind surfing. Once upon a time, La Carihuela belonged to Torremolinos and was its fishing area. Nowadays, located on its western outskirts, La Carihuela still retains its charm and quaintness with narrow streets, a lovely new pedestrian promenade lined with fabulous fish restaurants and an extensive stretch of sandy beach with beds and umbrellas for hire, pedaloes, windsurfing and bars with showers and toilets.

The Marbesa beach is a long narrow stretch sand popular with local residents. There is no promenade here but the rather quality residential area of Marbesa overlooks it, with plenty of parking.

A good choice of restaurants and bars some having sunbeds and umbrellas for hire. Popular with the locals for jogging and walking. Take the Las Chapas exit off the N and head down to the beach. Mijas Costa is the long stretch of coast between Fuengirola and Marbella along which many urbanisations have sprung up on the inland side of the N and pedestrian bridges and under passes have been built to enable access to the many beaches.

The majority of the beaches are sandy but fairly narrow. The urbanisations of Riviera del Sol and Calahonda all have access to reasonable beaches where a beach bar or restaurant is never far away and they will all have toilets and sunbed and umbrella hire.

The Nueva Andalucia beach is situated a 15 minute stroll west of Puerto Banus and is sandy and well equipped. Several beach clubs overlook the beach, including the Moosh Moosh at Villamarina and although not a formal promenade, it is an easy walk into Puerto Banus to enjoy the nightlife and shopping.

A good choice of beach restaurants and bars with toilets, showers and sunbed and umbrella hire. Windsurfing and pedalo hire available and jet ski and speed boat hire from the marina itself. It is also known as Playa de las Dunas-Carib and is a naturist beach. It can be best accessed by the Cabopino exit off the N and turning right into the sand dunes before arriving at the marina.

You will see signs for Andres beach bar. Usual facilities with sunbed and umbrella hire and toilets. Turn off the N coast road and follow signs down to the beach past the old Moorish watchtower. At the bottom there is plenty of parking and access to the beach. The beach boasts a first class restaurant and bar, with pool and gardens and from where you can hire sunbeds and umbrellas on the beach.

Pedalo hire and windsurfing are available. Puerto Banus is the ideal place for an exclusive selection of designer shops, restaurants and nightlife entertainment , together with an incredible display of yachts and pleaseure boats in the Marina. To the east, towards Marbella town at a distance, the beach is mostly boarded by a relaxing promenade and leads you along the 'Golden Mile' streach of beaches with its array of top grade Hotels, beach bars and beach clubs along the way.

Windsurfing and pedalo hire are available as well as jet ski and speed boat hire, at selected beach areas on this part of the Marbella coastline. Playa Puerto Banus is another very popular beach and without doubt the place to be seen!

Protected to the west by the marina jetty, it stretches along to the east and is overlooked by the Marbella Club. If the beach was crowded you might be tempted to spend a day at its beach club and rub shoulders with the rich and famous. If not, then be prepared for a crowded beach. Lots of bars and restaurants close at hand and the usual facilities. These three popular beaches located together around the Elviria area at Kms , and off the N coast road, all have very good facilities with plenty of restaurants and beach bars and adequate parking.

They are all reached down small roads through urbanisations and there is no promenade linking the three. Needless to say they do get busy during high season, especially at weekends with the locals but with daily cleaning, the beaches are safe and the atmosphere is always good.

Access the beach by turning off the N at Sitio de Calahonda and taking the narrow road down with Mcdonalds on the left side. There is a car park and a flight of steps lead down to a fairly narrow beach with a restaurant and bar and sun bed and umbrella hire. Very popular at weekends when parking could become difficult.

Sabinillas is a fairly large coastal town located on the N coast road in between the exits for the inland villages of Casares and Manilva. Not regarded as a holiday resort, the long sandy beaches are popular with the locals and those that know about them with good facilities including bed and umbrella hire. A real Spanish town with good shopping and a weekly market that is well worth visiting for its beach and typical bars and restaurants serving exquisite fish dishes.

No promenade as such but plenty of parking in the little side streets leading down to the beach. San Pedro is an attractive market town with its centre lying around yards from the coast on the N San Pedro beach is one of a series of long clean sandy beaches running from Puerto Banus to Guadalmina.

The promenade and beach areas are attractive with good safe bathing and sports facilities. Sotogrande at the far western end of the Costa del Sol and close to Gibraltar, is a top venue for golf and polo. It also boasts a fabulous marina with wildlife marshland and is a luxury beach resort. The fine beach club backs on to the wide sandy beach which is safe and clean for bathing and taking the sun. At the beach club there are many water sports and activities available, including pedalos, jet skis, speed boats, windsurfing, childens games and competitions, tennis and golf.

Also on site are excellent restaurant and bar facilities. Torreblanca and the adjoining resort of Los Boliches, both located on the eastern side of Fuengirola were awarded the Blue Flag for their beaches in Wide expanses of sand stretching several miles from Fuengirola along to Carvajal attract holiday makers and locals alike and the facilities are first class. Plenty of beach bars and restaurants offering wonderful fish dishes and fresh char grilled sardines, sun bed and umbrella hire, toilets and beach showers.

Water sports on offers include pedaloes and windsurfing with several locations for 5 a side football. Well located just off the N at the Torremuelle exit with several beach bars and restaurants close at hand. The sandy beach is not huge but is clean, safe and well equipped with sunbed and umbrella hire, pedaloes, toilets and showers. Parking on beach side is limited in high season but spaces available on other side of the road, with underpass access.

Another popular beach on Benalmadena Costa is at Torrequebrada and access is from the N via the huge building which is the Torrequebarada Hotel and Casino on the beach side.

The beach has a couple of restaurants and bars with toilets and showers and all the usual facilities such as sunbed and umbrella hire, pedaloes and surfing. Parking is a little difficult in high season. A pleasant promenade overlooks the beach, and houses many popular restaurants and bars that are full to bursting point during the high season months.

The beach is clean and safe with excellent facilities including toilets and showers, sunbed and umbrella hire, jet-ski and speed boat hire close by from the marina, pedalos and wind surfing. Try to park in the Avd.

The Costa del Sol is known for many things: Sun, sea and sand are the usual three that holidaymakers are keen to mention, but one thing that they really shout about is the food. The area is known for blending the old and the new when it comes to cuisine, and there is a lot to experience in the more authentic, local restaurants. If you really want to see the true Costa del Sol, there are few better ways to experience real Spanish culture than with a visit to a local produce market.

The area has an abundance of them, though not all of them are food produce specific, and many of the opening times and days vary throughout the seasons — it's always best to check when you arrive so you don't venture out on a wasted journey! For fresh fish and meat, fruit and veg, you will find that most towns will have a local Municipal Market, usually located near the heart of the old town - known locally as the Mercado Municipal.

These local markets are usually only open in the mornings, generally between 9am and 1pm, with stalls displaying a great selection of fresh foods. Each town will also have a specific day for their weekly "Rastro" markets which offer a combination of stalls, ranging from clothing to leather goods with a healthy dose of locally farmed produce too!

As with the majority of Spain, in Costa del Sol, be sure to expect a good punch of colour and flavour that has been perfected over hundreds of years. Whilst some dishes will have some modern touches, many of the region's favourites are old recipes that have been made time and time again — be sure to give something unexpected a try when you visit.

Well-seasoned, this dish is refreshing and tasty, and is best served with freshly chopped peppers and onion. Tapas — Costa del Sol is no exception to the Spanish love of tapas.

These small plates are full of different ingredients and different tastes which can be mixed and matched with others to create an exciting dinner atmosphere, or can be great if you just fancy a small plate for a light meal. You can read more about the tapas dishes that the area is known for in our Guide to Costa del Sol. As an area that fully embraces the Mediterranean location, you can't help but associate the taste of their food with sun and holidays.

On a warm summer's evening, just serving up the right kind of food can even make dining in at home into a treat that feels distinctly Spanish, especially if you've got the right recipes to hand. Clams are a large part of the Costa del Sol foodie culture, as is the traditional dessert dish of Churros con chocolate. This recipe is simple but delicious, relying on high-quality ingredients to achieve that authentic depth and flavour. Place them in a casserole dish or stew pot on a medium heat and stir in the onion, garlic and parsley.

Cook for a minute or two, then sprinkle with flour, salt and pepper and turn the heat up. Once the clams have opened up and softened, the dish is ready to serve straight from the pot.

Sprinkle with parsley to serve. Both are Blue Flag approved and lifeguards present year around. This relatively small cove, approximately m, consists of shingle and pebbles. This is a quiet and picturesque bay used by naturists.

Cala Blanca Beach has beautiful scenery and an authentic Spanish restaurant. From the distance, you can the boats moored up in the bay by the purple caves. There are a few rock pools to explore and the sea is great for snorkelling. Cala Grandella is small but full of character. Measuring at about m, this is a cove consisting of shingle, pebbles and rock with clear water. A lifeguard is present with safety flags indicating swimming conditions. Canoeing is available and sunbeds and parasols are available for hire.

Diving and snorkelling are also popular here. Shower and toilet facilities are also present. A bar and restaurant overlook the fantastic view from this bay. Ample parking is available nearby with view points overlooking the bay. Barraca Portitxol is an exceptional rustic cover consisting of shingle, pebbles and rock. This cove looks out to the beautiful Isle of Portitxol. The beach has the advantage of a shallow bay with the water gradually sloping, making it ideal for paddling or shallow snorkelling.

There is a lifeguard present with safety flags indicating swimming conditions. Canoeing is available for the more active, along with view points to enjoy the stunning scenery. Toilet facilities are also available. There are a selection of restaurants behind the beach. Cala Pope Tango is a wonderfully unique smaller cove.

It is rustic with sand and small pebbles, great for exploring. You can enjoy a spot of diving and this cove also has safety flags and buoys to advise of swimming conditions. There are ample facilities nearby including restaurants and a bar. This is a small cove consisting of shingle and pebbles, with view points and accessible only by foot.

Denia has a long stretch of beach from the resort centre northwards towards Olivo. Fine sand and gently shelving, the beach is rarely crowded throughout the year. Well served by beach bars and shower facilities and parking is available throughout the length of the beach.

Denia also has a number of smaller coves and shingle beaches providing a peaceful alternative. Blue Flag approved and lifeguard present 1 June to 30 Sept.

El Benissero extends from the Port breakwater along to the Parador hotel. This is a semi-urban open beach with shingles and rocks, making the water crystal clear.

This beach is popular for walking. Here you can hire jet skis or take a perch at one of the chiringuitos. Windsurfing and canoeing are also available here at El Benissero.

If you want to hire a jet ski you'll need photo ID. There is a lifeguard facility here with safety flags for swimming conditions. Sunbeds and parasols are available to hire and there are also shower facilities. There is also a car park and bus service nearby. A restaurant and bar are also located here. A sandy cove surrounded by high cliffs makes this one of the most picturesque beaches on the coast.

The small promenade features a range of shops and some good quality restaurants. The resort centre is walking distance and offers a wide range of facilities and parking. Granadella Beach is found at the end of a winding lane and has a gravel car park. Lifeguards are on duty during high season.

The beach is made up of stones and is popular with the locals, as the water is very clear and there are lots of rocks eith side, making it a lovely cove.

There are 2 beach front restaurants available. The pebbly beach runs from the Parador end of the sandy Arenal beach, all the way to the Port. During the summer months this pebbly beach has some lovely beach bars dotted along the route, a great place for anything from breakfast to sun downers and on into the night.

Most offer wifi, TV, food and of course drinks. Take a dip in the sea, watch the world go by and enjoy some of the amazing fireworks set over the sea in July normally as part of the Moors and Christians Fiesta. The gently shelving beach of L'Ampolla lies just a short distance from the resort centre. Fine sand and with good childrens facilities with a playpark showers available.

There is also a beach bar and plenty of parking which also serves the resort centre. With fine golden sand, it has all kind of services and facilities and in summer nights it becomes an improvised cinema.

It is delimited by a well cared waterfront where restaurants, ice-cream stalls and all kind of shops follow one another. Equipment and services: this beach has special handicapped persons facilities, red cross, playground, sports area, restaurants, camping, lifeguards, beach umbrellas and hammocks, parking, walloways, cleaning service and waste bins.

You can just see the 16th century Cap d'Or watchtower used to warn against Barbary pirates. Benissa's La Fustera beach is a short distance down from the coastal road and is popular with the locals. The La Fustera supermarket open all year is nearby. To the north of Calpe on the winding coastal road towards Moraira are a number of coves and marinas proving clean and safe facilities, well maintained and groomed daily.

Each of the coves has access to one of the commercial centres along the coast road. There is parking at each of the coves and some have small beach bars providing drinks and snacks throughout the day.

The coves provide excellent snorkelling and boats can be chartered for Scuba diving. Lifeguards are available during peak season. Bus and taxi stops are also along the beach, enabling easy access. This beach has scenic walks and you can stop at a restaurant there for a bite to eat. This is a semi urban beach with rocks and shingle. Ministre is located between El Benissero and Arenal. You can see here where the Toscan stone used to be excavated.

For a beach with more facilities, Arenal is a short distance. Moraira beach has everything you need and you can even choose between fine sand, rocks or pebbles! This beach is not over-populated and has a range of excellent facilities, including beach games, restaurants, washing facilties, a watch tower to admire the amazing view and ample parking.

Plenty of parking nearby although in peak season may be busy with locals. Blue Flag approved with lifeguard present 1June to 30Sept.

This is a small rustic cove with shingle and rocks. Surrounded by white cliffs and some rock pools, this cove is only accessed by foot. You can enjoy the stunning scenery from the view point on the promenade. Ample parking is nearby. A small cove with good facilities including a bar and restaurant and a small port with fishing boats and boat for fishing charters. The beach views across to the Penon De Ifach and some of the modern architecture of the resort of Calpe.

Parking available. Segon Muntanyar is a semi urban, rough and rocky area of beach that is popular for walking. A restaurant serves this beach and and there are also bus services. There's something about Spain that means that culinary excellence is in its very roots. The country may be a relaxed one, yes, but the flavours and tastes that can be experienced in Spanish cuisine is an exciting adventure, and one that's best experienced in the coastal regions of the country, places such as Costa Blanca.

The close proximity to the ocean of course indicates that there'll be plenty of seafood on the typical Costa Blanca menu, but be sure to expect a healthy dose of meat too, along with great use of seasonal produce and locally sourced herbs, spices and oils.

For incredibly fresh seafood, why not venture down to the harbour and buy directly from the fisherman? The Spanish markets are a must-see for many of the Costa Blanca visitors, and there's an abundance of them to explore.

One of the most favoured markets is the one in the town of Moraira, held every Friday morning just behind the town centre. Here you'll find an abundance of fresh, seasonal fruit and vegetables as well as nuts, spices and oils, herbs and dried fruit, along with many non-food items too.

A very similar market takes place every Thursday in Javea, too. Be sure to also take a look at the slightly smaller market in Teulada.

It takes place on a Wednesday, and is much more of a local market. Here, you'll find more practical items and excellent quality food for a little less than in Moraira. If you've hired a car and are happy to travel a little further afield for produce, then be sure to check out Denia, Altea and Benissa.

All of these host markets that are full of local flavour, but be sure to ask about the specific days and times when you arrive in Costa Blanca.

In Costa Blanca, the food is very traditional; the flavours are strong and the colours are vibrant, and there are most certainly a few dishes that you should try during your time in the resort. You'll find some more foodie tips and the nicest places to try the dishes in Villa Plus Guide to Costa Blanca , but in the meantime, have a look at some of these speciality dishes Paella — Perhaps one of the most iconic dishes of Spain, Paella makes use of everything that the country is great at producing.

Fresh fish, saffron-infused rice and local vegetables make this dish a tasty treat, and seems to taste even better when ordered in a giant pan to share between you and your guests.

Cocido con Pelotas — Though a potage, the tasty dish combines little balls made of egg and parsley that appear in the soup both crumbled and fried. Arroz a banda — At its essence, arroz a banda is a simple dish, though it can be paired with extra bits depending on the preference of the chef. Typically, it is rice that's cooked with dried red peppers to give it a little kick, but is often served up with calamari squid , shrimp, chicken or pork with garlic.

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