Map of southern Spain resorts

Map of southern Spain holiday resorts. Map of southern Spain resorts (Southern Europe - Europe) to print. Map of southern Spain resorts (Southern Europe - Europe) to download. Family holiday resorts in Spain are beautiful and varied, offering beaches, delicious food & wine, culture, history, sports and not forgetting the weather. Almost anywhere in Spain you can enjoy over 300 days of sun. Andalusia is seen as “typical Spain” as it has it all: beaches, flamenco, whitewashed Pueblo Blanco villages,bull fighting rings. Marbella – a beautiful sea (mar = sea, bella = beautiful) – is an upscale beach resort with fine beaches and clear blue water. Enjoy a day on the beach and get a taste of luxury. Many tourists, lot of expats, but Fuengirola has not lost its Spanish look & feel. As being one of the most versatile holiday resort in Southern Spain, Fuengirola as its shown in the map of southern Spain resorts has it all: beautiful beaches, plenty of local restaurants and several tourist attractions to entertain the entire family.

Map of southern Spain holiday resorts

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Cádiz is believed to be the oldest city in Western Europe. The city has a beautiful coastline with public beaches. Cádiz is definitely one of the ultimate favourite holiday resorts as its mentioned in the map of southern Spain resorts. Some beaches of Cádiz have been recognised as one of Europe best urban beaches. La Caleta was a little crowded when we visited, yet few minutes further Santa Maria Del Mar and La Victoria were quieter. Sierra Nevada, only 32 km away from Granada, this activity resort offers you possibilities to ski, go hiking or biking. Marbella and Puerto these two neighbouring resorts are still best known as “the playground for the rich and famous”, with many high profile celebrities and billionaires owning holiday homes there.
Malaga, once overlooked as a holiday destination with tourists favoring nearby resorts, has come a long way in recent years. Now the city offers a fantastic mix of both modern and traditional as well as being one of the best beach resorts in Spain. Torremolinos as you can see in the map of southern Spain resorts is a well known beach resort was the first real Spanish holiday destination for Brits looking for a bit of sun and sangria way back in the late 1950. Thankfully Torremolinos has outgrown its spam and chips image it had become known for as tourists abandoned the resort in favour of nearby Benalmadena and Fuengirola.