Costa del Sol Holidays
At Flysunways.com, we are pleased to present you with a wonderful selection of Costa del Sol holidays. Starting with cheap flights to Malaga, you are all set for a fun-filled holiday tailor-made for you, your family and friends to enjoy, at very affordable prices. Whether you are looking for relaxation, activity, calm, lively, exploration and discovery, we can help you select the right holiday to suit your entire party.
Of course, we can’t guarantee the weather, but you can be almost certain of hours and hours of glorious sunshine. Whatever you’re looking for, we have a wealth of ideas for your cheap flights to Malaga, places to stay if you want to venture further than beautiful Malaga itself – cities, towns, and villages to explore, magnificent beaches to discover and fun activities to enjoy on the Sunshine Coast.
Getting to your Costa del Sol holidays
We take you by the hand and help you every step of the way. We guide you in choosing your cheap flights to Malaga and when you book early, both your flight and hotel deposits are much lower and you have a better choice of flights as well as accommodation. On the other hand, last-minute deals can be had for a spontaneous escape from the British weather!
Flights go from various English airports to the local Malaga Airport and in less than three hours you can be enjoying Spain’s sunshine coast.
You can’t really go wrong with your choice of Costa del Sol holidays as far as weather goes. With a Mediterranean climate, the Sunshine Coast has that name for a reason – the tranquil blue sea and some of the world’s best white sand beaches are bathed in up to 30°C temperatures during summer, with 11 hours of sunshine each day.
After whetting your appetite for sunshine, now for a selection of popular destinations to inspire your holiday choice:
This area has Spain’s highest temperatures with more than 300 sunlit days in a year! Visitors don’t just come for the sunshine; there is much to see and do in Malaga for all the family. You have a modern city with Spanish culture and architecture, as well as fantastic beaches for relaxing or enjoying watersports, theme parks and top-class golf courses.
For those who enjoy culture and exploring, places of interest include two citadels – Gibralfaro and Alacazaba – dating from the eighth century, the Picasso Museum (the artist was born here), the magnificent Renaissance style cathedral and the Alameda Gardens with animal Park and outdoor theatre, in the city centre. Just on the city outskirts are the 19th-century La Concepion Botanical Gardens where you can enjoy Roman statues among beautiful exotic flowers and plants.
Malaga is known as “The Costa de Golf” and many serious people book golf holidays to play on the world-famous 18-hole courses.
For the rest of the family, everyone can enjoy theme parks, go-karting, safari parks and much more to keep you occupied when you aren’t soaking up the sun on the beach.
Perfect for a beach holiday, Fuengirola has a number of beautiful Blue Flag beaches to choose from complete with flowers and palm trees along the promenade. All the beaches are fantastic and offer sunshine and water sports.
Don’t use up all your energy during the day because you will have some lively nightlife to enjoy. Fancy dancing till dawn? Restaurants and pubs abound, as well as themed clubs in the Calle Capitan.
Visitors here usually come for the beaches and water sports, but there are places of interest including the Moorish Castillo de Sohail and Fuengirola Zoo. Bargain hunters will love the big bustling Fuengirola street market each Tuesday.
This resort has just about everything you’d be looking for on your Costa del Sol holidays whether that be award-winning beaches, places to visit, lively nightlife, bustling streets or quiet spots to hide in.
The beachfront spreads from the whitewashed marina with its sophisticated bars and cafes all the way to Torremolinos. There are the main lively beaches or you may wish to find a tranquil cove away from the promenade.
As well as the beach and water sports there is much to see and do in and around Benalmadena. Visit the aquarium, take the cable car up into the hills or spend some fun time in Tivoli World amusement park, or the landscaped gardens of Paloma Park. For cobbled streets and traditional Spanish architecture and culture, spend some time in the whitewashed old town, Benalmadena Pueblo. In contrast, modern Arroyo de la Miel offers you shopping and party time with popular crowd-drawing clubs and discos at night.
Benalmadena’s neighbour is the cosmopolitan and all year round Torremolinos with its bright lights, gastronomy and shopping, as well as the quaint and beautiful La Carihuela Fisherman’s quarter.
Visitors here come for the lively entertainment and nightlife, but the beaches stretch 7km along a rather pretty promenade all the way between its neighbours, Benalmadena and Playamar. You can escape from the lively areas with a stroll to La Carihuela or the old town, El Calvario, with its quiet narrow streets and more sedate bars.
There’s much to do in Torremolinos for all the family, with golf and water sports such as jet-skiing, beach sports, water parks, and pubs! For shopping, you have the pedestrianised Calle San Miguel or the Thursday market in the old town.
For nightlife, you can go all out fun and noise or you can pick a quiet spot to sit and ponder at the starlit sky and partake of a local wine.
Places of interest include the Battery Park complete with sculptures, boating lake and observation tower, and the botanical gardens – Molino del Inca. All the family will love Aqualand.
The Spanish equivalent to St Tropez or Monaco, glamorous Marbella is where the in-crowd gathers and enjoys their yachts! Hotels here are upmarket and often deluxe, but you don’t have to spend a fortune. We can sort you a good holiday deal. The beaches are fantastic and you may meet a celebrity while out and about.
Down by the seafront you’ll find chic designer shops and further back the old town, Casco Antiguo, with its Spanish atmosphere is a contrast with narrow, cobbled streets, whitewashed traditional houses, handicraft shops, little plazas and street cafes.
Marbella is popular with golfers and has the perfect climate for it. In the modern part of town you have the seafront promenade with bars and upmarket restaurants, and the Puerto Banus area is where you discover the delightful marina with speedboats and shiny yachts. For an escape, take to the Sierra Bermeja Mountains – and get back to nature in wonderful landscapes.
If you are looking for a glitzy nightlife, then Marbella is the place for you. Puerto Banus has upmarket establishments, but other lower budget nightlife can be had throughout this glitzy resort.
Gastronomy on your Costa del Sol holidays
Many of the gastronomic delights are based on Andalucian cuisine. As the region has had a mixture of cultures this has influenced the rich and flavoursome gastronomy. Don’t leave before you’ve tried some of the region’s delights such as gazpacho cold tomato-based soup, huevos a la flamenca egg cassoulet with tomatoes and peppers, the grape, almond and garlic ajo blanco drink, pescato frito fish dish…
Seafood is popular, served with rice. If you wish, you can grab some fish and chips if you want to feel at home!
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