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Price and Availability Index Costa del Sol
Holiday Letting Price Information in Costa del Sol
This graph displays the average prices for the next twelve months in Costa del Sol. in Costa del Sol, prices can go up to £131 (03/08 - 10/08). On the other hand, in December you will find the cheapest prices (01/12 - 08/12). Prices this week are on average £90 a night.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Costa del Sol
The graph shows the weekly availability rate in Costa del Sol for the next twelve months. The week with the highest booking rate in the next 6 months is in September (29/09 - 06/10), where 44% of the holiday lettings are booked. On the other hand, the week with the most available offers is in December (08/12 - 15/12).
The weather in Costa del Sol
You can see our climate diagram above. August is the warmest month in Costa del Sol with average maximum temperatures of 32°. On the other hand, you could have temperatures dropping under 8° in January. The rainiest month is August while the driest month is July.
Enjoy a holiday home or beach apartment on the Costa del Sol, Spain
Originally a string of typical Spanish fishing villages, the Costa del Sol – or Sun Coast – has grown into a popular holiday destination with several excellent seaside resorts. With its unbeatable climate, beautiful scenery and endless beaches, the area is perfect for family get-togethers, weekend breaks and romantic holidays.
Choose from a range of holiday letting villas and beach apartments surrounded by fun attractions and activities, plenty of shops and a choice of the best of both Andalusian and international cuisine available in the local restaurants and eateries.
The warmth of the Sun Coast
The Costa del Sol is named the Sun Coast for good reason. Offering 300 sunny days each year, it is an almost year-round destination. With its Mediterranean climate, summers see temperatures ranging from 22 to 40°C, while winters are mild at an average of 13°C. Rainfall tends to be concentrated in the winter months. Spring and autumn give perfect warm, sunny days at an average 18°C.
Fun for the children
Besides the beaches, the Costa del Sol offers plenty of attractions for the kids, including Bioparc Fuengirola with its African and Asian animals in natural environments. Selwo Aventura in Estepona provides an African safari experience with other activities. In Benalmádena, children can enjoy rides at the Tivoli World theme park or a marine adventure at Sea Life Benalmádena, an aquarium in the port with many marine creatures.
Boats, architecture and nature
Benalmádena Puerto Marina
With its stunning modern architecture, the Benalmádena Puerto Marina is an award-winning venue with a wide and varied choice of restaurants, bars, shops and nightlife nestled among the many yachts moored in the port. Take a sailing or fishing trip out into the bay or catch the regular ferry that runs to the nearby resort of Fuengirola.
Puente Nuevo Bridge
Heading 50 km inland from the coast, Ronda is a city on a mountain top with a historic bridge spanning a 120 m deep chasm called El Tajo which splits the town. Dubbed the “New Bridge,” construction started on the Puente Nuevo in 1751 and it took 42 years to build. The views from the bridge over the countryside are simply amazing.
El Torcal Natural Park
The El Torcal Natural Park is a nature reserve, located south of Antequera and approximately 30 kilometres from Málaga city. The park covers around 17 square kilometres and is popular with photographers for its unusual karst landforms and caves. Many wildflowers, typical of the region, can be seen, as well as the Griffon vulture and the Spanish Ibex mountain goat.
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