Villas in Costa del Sol
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Introduction to Costa del Sol
With over 93 miles of spectacular coastline, and around 320 days of sunshine every year, it’s easy to see why the Costa del Sol's is one of the best loved holiday destinations in Europe. Then there [more] is the delicious Spanishness of it all – the relaxed and easy-going attitude, the siestas, the wine, the festivals and the flamenco. We have not yet succeeded in turning it all into Little Britain, although there are places where it is easier to find a pint of Guinness than a jug of Sangria. But in villages like Mijas or the old town of Estepona you can still feel like a foreigner – in a good way! You need to decide if you want to hire a car or not – this will greatly affect your choice of holiday location. We have villas way off the beaten track, and others right in the heart of the community resort close to bars, beaches, bank and restaurants. Do you want to boogie till dawn or quietly sip a brandy at a beachside restaurant before returning to the comfort of your air conditioned villa? [less] Download Costa del Sol resort guide(pdf)
Best for...
  • 320 days of sunshine a year
  • Over 90 miles of coastline
  • More than 60 golf courses!
  • A range of villages to explore
  • Great, inexpensive restaurants
  • Loads of things to do

Your Costa del Sol Guide
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Costa del Sol
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.J.'s, live jazz, or salsa dancing till dawn – anything goes. Near the Port, the names of the venues give the game away – like Molly Malone’s Irish Bar, for example. 
 
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. There are narrow alleyways that provide a great contrast to the urbanisations, apartment blocks, villa complexes and hotels of this major, modern resort. Places like Guadalmina may be relatively modern, but they are traditional in style.

There are three water parks in the area, and the smallest and least busy of these is Parque Aquamijas, making it ideal for very young children. They will love the Kiddie Slides and Lizard Island, a new children's attraction built in 2014 with small pools and showers, connected by paths and bridges. Body Ski, Kamikaze, Black Hole, Rio Bravo, Adventure River, and Labyrinth Slides offer edgier entertainment for older kids. 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. Aquamijas is open from the end of April until the beginning of October.
Villa Plus in Costa del Sol
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. If you have had all the seafood you can face for a day or two, you can create a culinary masterpiece on your very own BBQ – that’s the freedom of your own 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. It’s that easy!
Meet The Team
Durun Collings
Durun Collings

Hi, my name is Durun, now in my 11th year with Villa Plus I'm the Costa del Sol Overseas Manager with a team of 7 boasting a combined total of over 85 years in tourism and including a qualified flamenco dancer, a quizzer, a passionate animal lover and, myself, a ´´Mr Gadget´´! Between us, we look after 115 properties stretching between Nerja in the east to Estepona in the west.
With villa checks and visits to share [more] our area knowledge and ensure all is running smoothly, we are dedicated 24/7 to our chief objective: that our clients depart after having had an enjoyable and successful holiday experience, with lovely memories and, we hope, a desire to return. [less]
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  • 8 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 5 to 15
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  • Pool 27 x 15 ft
  • Free Air Con
  • Car Essential
  • 5 Bathrooms
  • Beach 1 ½ mile
  • Gated pool
  • Wifi
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Villa Aguila, Fuengirola, Costa del Sol, Spain
  • 7 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 4 to 14
  • Pool 30 x 14 ft
  • Wifi
  • 7 Bathrooms
  • Beach 250 yds
  • Free Air Con
  • Car Useful
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Villa Monegra, San Pedro De Alcantara, Costa del Sol, Spain
  • 7 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 4 to 14
  • Pool 27 x 14 ft
  • Wifi
  • 5 Bathrooms
  • Beach 110 yds
  • Free Air Con
  • Car Not Required
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From: £1983 To: £7296
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Villa Cala Beach, Mijas Costa, Costa del Sol, Spain
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  • 6 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 3 to 11
  • Pool 33 x 17 ft
  • Wifi
  • 5 Bathrooms
  • Beach 1 mile
  • Free Air Con
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  • 5 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 2 to 10
  • Heated Pool
    27 x 14 ft
  • Free Air Con
  • Car Useful
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • Beach 700 yds
  • Pool fence
  • Wifi
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Villa Nicole, Benalmadena, Costa del Sol, Spain
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 2 to 10
  • Heated Pool
    27 x 17 ft
  • Free Air Con
  • Car Essential
  • 4 Bathrooms
  • Beach 1 ½ mile
  • Pool fence
  • Wifi
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Villa Tertulia, Guadalmina, Costa del Sol, Spain
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 2 to 10
  • Heated Pool
    30 x 14 ft
  • Pool fence
  • Car Essential
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • Beach 1 ½ miles
  • Free Air Con
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Villa San Fernando, San Pedro De Alcantara, Costa del Sol, Spain
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 2 to 10
  • Heated Pool
    30 x 14 ft
  • Pool fence
  • Car Useful
  • 4 Bathrooms
  • Beach 1000 yds
  • Free Air Con
  • Wifi
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Villa Cherrie, Mijas Costa, Costa del Sol, Spain
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 2 to 10
  • Pool 51 x 23 ft
  • Wifi
  • 5 Bathrooms
  • Beach 200 yds
  • Free Air Con
  • Car Useful
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Villa Ramos, San Pedro De Alcantara, Costa del Sol, Spain
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • Sleeps 2 to 10
  • Pool 27 x 14 ft
  • Free Air Con
  • Car Essential
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • Beach 1 ¾ mile
  • Pool fence
  • Wifi
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Villa Capelania, Benalmadena, Costa del Sol, Spain
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Costa del Sol Resorts

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.J.'s, live jazz, or salsa dancing till dawn – anything goes. Near the Port, the names of the venues give the game away – like Molly Malone’s Irish Bar, for example. 
 
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. There are narrow alleyways that provide a great contrast to the urbanisations, apartment blocks, villa complexes and hotels of this major, modern resort. Places like Guadalmina may be relatively modern, but they are traditional in style.

There are three water parks in the area, and the smallest and least busy of these is Parque Aquamijas, making it ideal for very young children. They will love the Kiddie Slides and Lizard Island, a new children's attraction built in 2014 with small pools and showers, connected by paths and bridges. Body Ski, Kamikaze, Black Hole, Rio Bravo, Adventure River, and Labyrinth Slides offer edgier entertainment for older kids. 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. Aquamijas is open from the end of April until the beginning of October.

Benalmadena
8 Villas
Benalmadena in the Costa del Sol is just around 12 miles from Malaga airport and has the privileged position of overlooking the Mediterranean Sea. Benalmadena is great if you’re looking for some variety on your villa holiday!
Calahonda
8 Villas
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.
Campo Mijas
7 Villas
Campo Mijas is a picturesque inland area of countryside, elevated above and in between the coastal resorts of La Cala de Mijas and Fuengirola offering some spectacular mountain scenery. But it’s only a short drive from the beaches, shops and restaurants in the towns, as well as the popular marina at Fuengirola.
Estepona
8 Villas
The seaside town of Estepona lies at the foot of the Sierra Bermeja Mountains between Marbella and Gibraltar. 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.
Fuengirola
12 Villas
Fuengirola in the Costa del Sol is famous for its 5 miles of beaches and attractive promenade lined with high rise hotels and apartment blocks, lively restaurants, bars and a hectic nightlife.
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Things to do in Costa del Sol

Those visitors who never leave the coastal strip will never appreciate that famous slogan ‘Spain is different’ run by the Spanish tourist office for many years. Costa del Sol is such an exciting and diverse region steeped in history and rich in culture and tradition that it deserves to be explored and enjoyed. By travelling a mere 10 miles inland to a rural village or town, even the casual visitor will begin to feel that he or she ‘is abroad’ and by going further afield to one of Andalucía’s provincial capitals, the feeling will be stronger and the reward greater.

Beaches
Undoubtedly the biggest attraction of the Costa del Sol holiday is the coastline. In the Marbella area alone there are no less than 24 beaches. Quiet, calm Guadalmina Beach is 1,600 meters long and 33 yards wide with a swathe of thick golden sand and sparkling clear water, ideal for wind-surfing and jet-skiing. The name Estepona is given to a huge area, covering 13 miles of coastline and 17 beaches. The largest at 1 1/2 miles long is Playa La Rada, [more] a Blue Flag beach that is popular with the locals because of its great location near the centre of town. A smaller Blue Flag beach, Playa del Cristo is in a small sheltered cove to the west of the marina. It is particularly good for families as its clean sand sloping very gently into warm shallow water make it quite safe for children, watched over by the eagle eyes of the lifeguard. Cabopino beach is recognised as one of the finest in the region, and it’s located quite close to Calahonda. It can get very busy, so it’s best to arrive early. [less]
Dining Out
You can eat very well in the Costa del Sol – the food on offer is a blend of the exotic and the traditional, fresh sea food and tapas. You might find cold almond and garlic soup, lobster rice, suckling pig or goat on the menu. Most seaside resorts offer classy seafood restaurants and traditional tapas bars all along the promenade. If you fancy outdoor eating with a wonderful view and perhaps even a sunset, head to the chilled-out chiringuitos - beach [more] bars - many of which are open at night serving traditional paella and fresh fish such as espeto de sardinas (charcoal-grilled sardines served on skewers), baby squid or fried anchovies. You can nibble on juicy olives, freshly baked bread and Spanish cheeses while sipping chilled Fino sherry, or more serious foodie delights such as pan-seared scallops and braised quail. [less]
Golf
Known simply as the Costa del Golf, this area of Southern Spain is golf heaven if you are that way inclined. There are around 40 high quality courses in the Costa del Sol such as Valderrama, La Reserva and Finca Cortesin, and most of them are in or near Marbella, with its superb year-round playing weather. Some of the courses have been designed by Golf’s big hitters such as Peter Alliss, Clive Clack and Severiano 'Seve' Ballesteros, the Spanish professional [more] golfer and World No. 1 who died in 2011. Marbella is the perfect holiday destination for a golf enthusiast. Meanwhile, Guadalmina has a thirty-six hole golf course and 3 more great courses nearby, El Paraiso, Atalaya Golf and Monte Mayor. Within a 10 mile radius there are 12 more golf courses. Together they attract golfers from all over Europe. [less]
Nightlife
There is a vast and varied night scene on the Costa del Sol and each town has its own style and flavour of clubbing, beach parties and outdoor disco's. Marbella and Benalmadena are both well-known party hot spots that just keep going till breakfast time. The area around the marina in Benalmadena is partyville with top D.J.'s, live jazz, or salsa dancing till dawn – anything goes. Plaza Tutti Frutti is the centre of Nerja’s extensive club scene full [more] of live music, street performers, flamenco shows, Irish pubs and disco-clubs where Europe’s beautiful people dance the night away. There is Puerto Banús with its luxury marina and shopping complex which is associated with conspicuous wealth and a party lifestyle. The town is still as fashionable as it ever was, and Marbella’s world-famous port continues to attract the jet-set, with all the nightlife you would expect to go with it. [less]
Water Sports
The Costa del Sol is the place to be for water sports enthusiasts and beginners alike. For example, Marbella has 24 beaches stretched across over 15 miles and most of them offer an interesting choice of water sports. You can go on a jet-ski expedition, hire a boat or kayak or go for a banana ride. You can try kitesurfing, flyboarding, waterskiing and wakeboarding, windsurfing and scuba diving. Go sailing, fishing or simply swimming, it’s all there [more] for you in beautifully clear, clean blue water. You can sign up for a dolphin watching trip or a Rapid Rib Ride if your nerves are up to it! There are a number of professional outfits you can hire equipment from and plenty Cosmopolitan Fuengirola’s 5 miles of sandy beach offer a full range of water sports to choose from and Cabopino beach has its own water sports facility where you can hire, banana boats and jet skis. [less]
Beaches in Costa del Sol
With over 100 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.com, we provide as much information as we can about the beaches, the facilities on offer, sporting and leisure activities and where they are located in relation to our villas.

Some of the beaches are located directly off the main N340 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.

There are no private beaches in Spain although access might be across private land in which case watch out for the sign ‘acceso publico a la playa’. There are however, several nudist beaches on the Costa del Sol, ‘playa naturista’ which are well signposted.
Atalaya
The Atalaya Beach is located on the eastern outskirts of the Estepona district and is easily accessed by exiting the N340/A7 at the “Benahavis” turn off and then taking the route to the Hotel Atalaya Park in Atalaya Baja. 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 [more] the close proximity of the hotel, there is a variety of watersports available. There are also various beach bars along this stretch, which, in season, offer typical beach type food varying from snacks or a choice of fish and salads, to full “paella” lunches. [less]
Benalnatura Beach
This is a fairly new nudist beach located in cove 1100 yards west of the Torrequebrada Casino and Hotel and accessed from the N340.
Benamara Beach
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. The beach has sunbeds for hire and a beach bar/restautant ideall for snacks and meals alike with paellas and seafood the specialities.
Bil Bil Beach
Bil Bil Beach is the main beach on Benalmadena Costa and is situated off the N340, 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. [more] 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. [less]
Carvajal Beach
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.
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Food & Drink in Costa del Sol
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.

Local Markets - Costa del Sol
Markets
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!

Speciality Dishes - Costa del Sol Speciality Dishes - Costa del Sol
Speciality Dishes
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.

Gazpacho Andaluz – This dish is a founding member of the gazpacho family, and is a soup-like dish made from tomatoes and dried bread that’s served chilled. 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.

Local Recipes
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. Follow these recipes and you’ll have two popular dishes to serve up that are sure to make any stomach smile!
Clams
Clams - Costa de sol
For the Clams, you'll need:
  • 1 kilo of clams
  • 125g of plain flour
  • 1 chopped onion
  • 1 pressed clove of garlic
  • Pinch of parsley
  • 1 tablespoon of olive oil
  • Salt and pepper to season
This recipe is simple but delicious, relying on high-quality ingredients to achieve that authentic depth and flavour. With the clams, fresh is obviously better, and you’ll need to wash them thoroughly until they’re sand and dirt-free. 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.

Churros con chocolate
Churros con chocolate
For the Churros con chocolate, you'll need:
  • 125g of plain flour
  • 1 teaspoon of baking powder
  • 1 tablespoon of olive oil
  • 250ml of boiling water
  • 50g of castor sugar
  • 400ml oil for frying
  • 100g of dark chocolate
  • 25g of milk chocolate
  • 115ml of milk
  • 250ml of boiled water
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. It’s important to keep a pair of scissors handy here so you can cut the dough when it’s at the right length!

Allow them to cook until golden, covering if necessary to ensure an even cook. Carefully remove the churros from the frying pan once cooked, and sprinkle the castor sugar whilst they’re still warm.

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!
 
 
 
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