A Guide to Costa Del Sol for the Luxury Traveler

by admin on December 27, 2012

Costa Del Sol

 

Costa del Sol is a beautiful place in the autonomous region of Andalusia in Southern Spain. This is a place that is fenced by the Costa de la Luz on the west and the Costa Tropical in the east. A string of Costa del Sol beaches stretch over the provinces of Cadiz and Malaga, therefore, it is a haven of the best sceneries.

 

For those who would want to visit this place and enjoy more than its green sceneries, there are a lot more luxurious activities and destinations for the picky visitors. You have the option to dance the night away, explore the Spanish cuisine and culture or to feast your eyes on many architectural wonders.

 

Five-Star Hotel…Nothing Less

 

Every traveler or touring family deserves the best accommodations. Begin your Costa del Sol luxury tour by booking a room there. Cheap hotels often offer substandard beds, swimming pools (yes, there can be no heater during the winter!), and food.

 

A great part of luxury travels is customer satisfaction. So booking your holiday destination and activities includes seeking for a hotel that will provide the luxuries that you deserve. Settle for something less and you will surely have a less relaxing holiday.

 

Here is a list of the five-star hotels in Costa del Sol –

 

  • Vincci Seleccion Aleysa Hotel
  • Finca Cortesin Hotel, Golf and Spa
  • Marriott’s Marbella Beach Resort
  • Hotel Los Monteros
    Melia La Quinta Golf and Spa Resort
  • Kempinski Hotel Bahia

 

Gastronomic Lavishness

 

One of the provinces in Spain that is slowly gaining recognition when it comes to exquisite food is Malaga. With the finest chefs, it is a place where fine dining is seen in abundance. In fact, the best restaurants have gathered to entertain dining tourists.

 

If you get to visit this area, make sure to find these restaurants –

 

  • Adolfo
  • Café de Paris
  • Limonar 40
  • Montana y Palo Cortado

 

You may also want to visit Marbella and sample the dishes of El Lago, Messina, La Hacienda, Taberna del Alabardero and Roberto.

 

If you happen to visit Torremolinos, the Restaurante Med should be your first dining destination. In Ronda, the restaurant to see is Tragabuches and in Fuengirola, the Girol and Roca Tanquila should be your choice.

 

All these restaurants offer the best tapas, meat and fish course as well as a tempting dessert. For just 45€, you can already sample the best in Spanish cuisine!

 

What Is A Luxurious Travel Without Golf?

 

Only the elite get to play golf – at least this is the common notion. And in Costa del Sol’s finest golf courses, you get to enjoy fresh air, stellar customer service and stretches of green.

 

Anoreta Golf, for instance, is a seaside and parkland course in Malaga. It offers the most challenging courses which means beginners and experts can both pay this club a visit.

 

La Duquesa Golf and Country Club opened in 1985 and has long since enthralled many golfers with its sprawling greens and a view of the African coastline.

 

These are but two of the most fascinating golf courses in Costa del Sol, there are many more. All are spacious, chic and are in excellent condition to satisfy the fussiest traveler.

 

So, are you ready to travel and enjoy Costa del Sol’s most luxurious destinations?

 

About the Author: Elena enjoys luxury travel and writes for AV8, private jets for sale UK company.

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