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Vacation rentals in Costa del Sol

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La casa del reloj
Entire house · 4 guests · 2 beds · 1.5 baths

La casa del relojLocated in the most famous Plaza in the historical centre of Estepona. The apartment is surrounded by some of the best restaurants, bars and shops in Estepona. No need for a car as everything is a few minutes stroll from your front door. The beach is approximately 3 minutes walk away. Parking area at 150m for 1 euro à day, Fiber 600 MB speed.

Small house between sea & mountain
Entire house · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1 bath

Small house between sea & mountainA charming rustic hideaway set amongst an ancient oak tree forest in the Casares foothills (600 m), with magnificent views of the Mediterranean and the Sierra Bermeja mountain. 15' from the town.

"La Parra", rural tourism. Your home in paradise.
Entire cottage · 2 guests · 1 bed · 1.5 baths

"La Parra", rural tourism. Your home in paradise.CALMA, TRANQUILIDAD Y NATURALEZA. Una acogedora casita de piedra, cal y madera. Rescatada del pasado para que puedas disfrutarla y vivir unos días llenos de paz y tranquilidad. Con espacio para dos personas, cuenta con un un salón con chimenea, comedor y cocina completamente equipada en la primera planta. La habitación y el baño, ubicados en una preciosa buhardilla, conduce a una terraza desde donde podrás disfrutar de unas increíbles vistas del Valle del Genal.

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Popular amenities for Costa del Sol vacation rentals

  • Kitchen
  • Wifi
  • Pool
  • Free parking on premises
  • Air conditioning

Other great vacation rentals in Costa del Sol

  1. Entire apartment
  2. El Paraíso
Apt. Marbella-Estepona, Pool, Beach 100m & Golf
$70 per night
  1. Entire apartment
  2. Torremolinos
LOFT DEL MAR - Charming luxury apatment at La Roca
$155 per night
  1. Entire apartment
  2. Estepona
Bright apartment in beachfront
$77 per night
  1. Private room
  2. Torremolinos
Charming Beach Room - Breakfast & Wifi
$39 per night
  1. Entire apartment
  2. Torremolinos
SUITE DEL MAR. Luxury apartment with jacuzzi.
$190 per night
  1. Entire guest suite
  2. Marbella
Green studio 150m TO THE BEACH, BBQ, seawater pool
$89 per night
  1. Entire bungalow
  2. Málaga
House With Stunning View & Close to Restaurants
$75 per night
  1. Entire apartment
  2. Torremolinos
$75 per night
  1. Entire apartment
  2. Estepona
$62 per night
  1. Dome house
  2. Estepona
Luxury Glamping Experience With Stunning Views.
$143 per night
  1. Entire apartment
  2. Torremolinos
Studio 5 min from Seaside :-)
$48 per night
  1. Entire serviced apartment
  2. Torremolinos
Walk Straight to the Beach from this Chic Home
$119 per night

Welcome to Costa del Sol

There are few places on earth that combine stunning beaches, charming colorful towns, historical landmarks, and innovative art the way that the Costa del Sol does. The hundred-mile stretch of shoreline on Spain’s southern coast includes the area’s biggest city of Málaga and the popular haven of Marbella, as well as other shorefront towns and villages from Manilva in the southwest to Nerja in the northwest. Here the sunny mood set by a year-round warm climate is matched by cheerful design touches, including the trademark Andalusian style of whitewashed buildings with brightly colored floral accents. Hugged on the south by the Mediterranean coastline and mountain peaks on the north, the region truly lives up to its name of “Sun Coast.”

How do I get around Costa del Sol?

The main airport is Málaga-Costa del Sol Airport (AGP) in Málaga, roughly in the middle of the coastal region. But if you’re headed toward southern towns such as Manvila and Casares, Gibraltar International Airport (GIB) may be slightly closer. If you plan to city hop along the coastline, it’s best to rent a car, but if you’ll be concentrating your time in one area, it may be best to use the cabs, buses, and rideshares in the region to get to your destination. For those traveling from other European destinations, train service runs into Málaga’s main terminal (about a 15-minute walk to the city center), with high-speed services from Madrid and Barcelona. Rail service is also available from Grenada, Seville, Fuengirola, and Torremolinos.

When is the best time to book a Costa del Sol vacation rental?

Nothing beats the Mediterranean in the summer months. But of course, the side effect is that the season also marks the most popular time to visit, with crowded beaches and higher price tags on flights. During the shoulder seasons in the spring and fall, especially April, September, and November, the weather is still pleasant and most days the waters are still warm enough for a dip, making it an ideal time to go. Winters never get too cold on land, but note that the seawater does get quite chilly this time of year. One of the biggest events in the area is Holy Week in Málaga, starting on Palm Sunday, while Marbella Carnival in February, La Noche en Blanco (White Night) in May in Málaga, and San Pedro Alcantara Fair in October in Marbella are also highlights.

What are the top things to do in Costa del Sol?


As the capital of the Costa del Sol region, Málaga is best known for its 16 beaches, but also its historic landmarks such as the Moorish fortress of Alcazaba and the towering Castillo de Gibralfaro, with an old town at its base. Art is also a part of the city’s fabric, with the Carmen Thyssen Museum, the Pompidou Centre Malaga (the first Pompidou Centre outside France), the Centre for Contemporary Art, and a museum dedicated to its most famous artist, Pablo Picasso, who was born here.


If Málaga is the heart of the Costa del Sol, then Marbella is its soul. Located about 45 minutes to the southwest, the area is lined with beaches — ranging in layout from natural dunes to those geared toward water sports. The city’s Old Town is rooted in its historic ruins, in particular the Arabic walls, but also is a hub of modern art, with 10 Salvador Dalí sculptures stationed along Avenida del Mar.


This town simply oozes with Andalusian charm. Everywhere you turn, colorful buildings line the streets. Add to that 13 miles of shoreline and a delightful waterfront promenade and marina, and it’s simply a Mediterreanan paradise. If that’s not enough, Estepona also has a murals route with 40 works of art, and a sculpture route featuring 30 pieces.

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