Fuengirola Area Guide. Costa del Sol, Spain

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Fuengirola Area Guide. Costa del Sol, Spain

Fuengirola delivers an intriguing melting pot of cultures, where it is not uncommon to see British, Irish, Nordic and German inhabitants mingling with the local Spanish population, creating a cultural cocktail that is almost unique on the Coast.

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MALAGA Travel Guide | 12 Things To Do in the Spanish City

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We’re in Malaga for 2 days – exploring the top things to do, see and eat while visiting this colourful city in Spain.

TRAVEL GUIDE:
1. Plaza de la Constitución (Our accomodation was located here!)
2. Alcazaba Lookout
3. Alcazaba
4. Gibralfaro Castle
5. Malaga Cathedral
6. Pedestrian Zone
7. Try tapas.
8. Suggestions: We ate at Casa Lola… and Los Gatos
9. Main Street
10. Indulge in churros
11. Picasso Museum
12. Day Trip to Caminito del Rey: https://youtu.be/9nUen19f_z8
Day Trip to Gibraltar: https://youtu.be/rZLaUw-0l_g

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Benalmádena Area Guide. Costa del Sol, Spain

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While its neighbours streaked ahead in the package holiday race, Benalmádena grew at a more considered rate – today, the promenade is wide and spacious, backed by a long line of superb cafés, bars and restaurants, and fronted by a huge beach.

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Malaga Travel Guide – Top Things to do, by Locals

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Planning to visit Andalusia, Spain?
Here’s a complete Malaga travel guide featuring top places and things to do, recommended by locals Javier and Luis.

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SKIP TO…
#1 Port of Malaga – Cycle along the seafront (0:21)
#2 Pedregalejo Neighborhood – Find the best restaurants with a view (Restaurante Hermanos Muñoz) (1:00)
#3 La Malagueta Beach – Taste a fresh “espeto de sardinas” (1:30)
#4 Atarazanas Market – Take a food walking tour (2:15)
#5 Casa Aranda – The best place for churros and chocolate (3:10)
#6 Bar El Pimpi – Drink sweet wine and enjoy flamenco (3:36)
#7 Roman Theater – Dive into the history of Malaga (3:36)
#8 Plaza Merced – Visit the birthplace of Picasso (4:27)
#9 Bar El Beato – Taste the most popular Spanish tapas (5:02)
#10 Calle Larios – Take a stroll through the city’s liveliest street (5:42)
#11 Constitution Square – Explore the Historic Quarter with a view (5:59)
#12 The Incarnation Cathedral – Marvel at exquisite Renaissance art, inside and out (6:22)

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MALAGA! SECRET PLACES to visit! A Cinematic TRAVEL GUIDE

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MALAGA! SECRET PLACES to visit! A Cinematic TRAVEL GUIDE

Cinematic tour guide of all the secret gems in Costa Del sol such as Caminito Del Ray park, Rhonda and the Bioparc! → SUBSCRIBE → http://bit.ly/subscribetomandy
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Malaga Travel Guide 💃🏽🇪🇸 – Costa del Sol (Spain) Travel Diary

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Malaga Travel Guide – Costa del Sol (Spain) Travel Diary ******
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Things to do in Malaga:

– Plaza de toros de La Malagueta
– Castillo Gibralfaro
– Harbour
– Beach
– Eat Malaga Icecream
– Tapas
– Try ham
– Seafood Paella
– Churros
– Pablo Picasso
– Alcazaba & Teatro Romano
– Mercado de la Merced
– Parque
– El Pimpi
– Malaga Cathedral
– Sangria
– Macaro beach
– Marbella
– take photos by the malagueta sign on the beach
– Pastries
– Mirador Princess

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Hi! I’m Laura, a 19-year-old little town girl from Germany studying abroad in Scotland. Driven By Curiosity is a YouTube channel and blog about my travel + study abroad adventures, where I share fun travel diaries, travel tips, university advice and my study abroad experience.

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In this Malaga travel guide:
I am sharing things to do in Malaga (Spain) in Winter and places to visit in Malaga. This spain travel diary was so much fun to film and exploring the costa del sol including Malaga and Marbella was amazing.
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Our COMPLETE Guide to the Costa del Sol | Travel better in… SPAIN ✈???

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Whether it’s Torremolinos, Benalmadena, Marbella or Malaga itself, there are *so many* fantastic places to visit along Spain’s famous Costa del Sol. Watch on for our complete guide on where to go and why! ?

We also have a cracking guide on the Top 22 Things To Do along the Costa del Sol coastline. Make sure you check it out before you jet-set off: https://youtu.be/gWWTm11l4xw

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Welcome to the Costa del Sol. Coming up we have got some insight to Malaga, Marbella, Torremolinos, Benalmadena and Nerja.

Malaga is the place to go for culture and history, with famous sites such as Alcazaba Fort and Malaga Cathedral spread across the city.

First stop for us out of Malaga is Torremolinos. It’s everything you’d expect from a Spanish beach resort; with a huge variety of beaches, hotels and activities. La Carihuela would be our pick of the beaches for families with young children, as it’s a bit smaller with lots of shade and there’s lots of restaurants right on the beach.

We found that many of the beaches in Torremolinos were huge and really wide open; none more so than Los Alamos beach, up near the airport. It gets really huge and a little bit sparse, which means that if you want to get away from the main crowds, you can just enjoy all of this space.

Just 3km along the coast, Benalmadena is the next town along from Torremolinos. What we really liked the most was the huge amount of activities you can do. Up first on our list was to visit the Marina.

Next up, beaches! The beaches in Benalmadena are similar to those in Torremolinos. Expect long stretches of sand with sun loungers, shops, restaurants and plenty of things to do. Away from the beaches, the cable car takes you 771m to the peak of Mount Calamorro, where you can look down on the whole of the Costa del Sol. Another reason to come to Benalmadena, Mariposario houses hundreds of butterflies and is a great place to take the family to learn all about their lifecycle and environments.

While in Benalmadena, we stayed at the super popular Holiday Palace Resort Hotel. We’re here at the Holiday Palace in Benalmadena. It overlooks the sea and you’ve got the gorgeous mountains right behind you but you’d never really need to leave this hotel because everything is here on hand. There’s a huge pool, mini golf, garden, kids play area, activities every day, shops and more. The rooms are huge and ours had mini kitchens and balconies. The only real downside for us was that the wifi was slow and really expensive.

Further west along the coast are Marbella and Puerto Banus. These resorts are where the rich and famous come to holiday, so it’s pricey down here, but you’ll find some of the Costa del Sol’s nicest beaches, clubs and hotels. Marbella has 17 miles of coastline, split into 24 different beaches, the most renowned of which is the 4-mile stretch famously referred to as the Golden Mile. Another thing to bear in mind if you plan to visit Marbella or Puerto Banus are the high prices. Food can be especially costly. For four of us to have 1 dish and a couple of soft drinks each, it came to 80 euros. It’s a pricey one here in Puerto Banus! But if you’re coming here, that’s what you need to expect.

We stayed at the Melia Marbella Banus, which is typical of the more high-end hotels you’ll find here. It’s really expensive but you do get what you paid for, as it’s a resort hotel in every sense of the word.

Nerja is the last stop on our guides to the Costa del Sol. About an hour’s drive east of Malaga, Nerja is where to come to get away from the tourist resorts and discover the secrets of the Andalusian countryside. The Balcon de Europa is one of the most popular tourist sites in Nerja. It’s a viewpoint that gives you some magnificent views of the coastline.

Hiking is a popular activity on this part of the Costa del Sol and for the authentic and safest experience, we recommend hiring a local guide. We took a tour with John Keo’s guided walking tours and it was worth every penny. He took us through secret paths, through canyons and along streams, and showed us sites that we’d never have seen without him, including some traditional goat-herding.

TRAVEL GUIDE TO SPAIN | Malaga, Granada, Ronda, Cordoba, Seville, Torremolinos !!!

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An awesome travel guide to Spain! We’ll visit all the most important cities in Southern Spain: Malaga, Granada, Ronda, Cordoba, Sevilla, Frigiliana, Torremolinos, Montilla, Baena, Arcos de la Frontera and the white hill towns! All the must see attractions! We’re headed on a trip to Spain! You’ll get to experience my travel guide to Spain and this way, you’ll be able to better plan your own trip!

Welcome to Pan The Organizer, where you and I work together to help you organize different aspects of your life!

In 2013, I went to Spain and it was my first trip to Europe as an adult. This country has lots to offer, so we mostly visited the south of Spain, more specifically the Andalusia region.

We visited cities such as Malaga, Torremolinos, Seville, Montilla, Baena, Granada, Ronda, Cordoba, Nerja, Frigiliana and took a road trip on the white hill towns on route to our final destination in the old town of Arcos de la Frontera.

Many people dream of travelling to Spain and visiting its many attractions. Where to go? What restaurants are good? What kind of transportation is recommended? What are the costs of such a trip? Are people friendly in that country? What hotels are recommended? Can you rent a car? Thanks to this video, you’ll get answers to all these questions and more. Plus, you’ll get a great perspective of how nice the country is and you’ll be able to better organize your trip there!

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