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SPAIN Granada Sierra Nevada Cómpeta Antequera Frigiliana Torrox-Costa Nerja Lecrín To find out more visit Andalusia Málaga Mijas Torremolinos Illunion Hacienda del Sol Benalmádena Ronda Best Tritón Hotel Fuengirola Globales Gardenia Iberostar Malaga Playa Estepona H10 Estepona Palace Mediterranean Sea Gibraltar Costa del Sol Experience the atmosphere of the liveliest Costa... enjoy some of the best weather in mainland Spain... head inland to the flower-clad mountain, quaint Moorish villages and historic cities... Estepona This is a popular destination thanks to its beautiful beaches and historic old town. If you want to discover Estepona's history, visit San Luis Castle. Benalmádena The place to enjoy a taste of traditional Spain! You can sample local specialties at one of the many tapas bars along the beachfront and marina. Torrox-Costa Torrox Costa boasts seven kilometres of beautiful coastline, a spectacular mountainous backdrop scattered with Moorish-style houses. Mijas Nestled in the mountainside, the pretty Andalusian-village of Mijas has picturesque narrow cobbled streets and charming white houses. Fuengirola This popular and friendly town is renowned for its seven kilometres of sandy beaches, up market tapas bars and restaurants and numerous shops. Gibraltar's resident macaques Fabulous Andalusian dress Puente Nuevo Bridge in Ronda Helpful Information The Costa del Sol is situated between the less frequented Costa de la Luz and Costa Tropical. Flying time: 2 hours 30 minutes from Gatwick to Málaga. Time difference: GMT +1. Average high temperature °C Jan Feb Mar Apr May Jun Jul Aug Sep Oct Nov Dec 17 18 20 22 25 28 31 31 28 24 20 18 Figures based on Málaga Why not try... Exploring Ronda. Take your camera if you do visit as this former Roman and later Moorish stronghold boasts a dramatic location. Visiting Gibraltar. A British territory since 1704, you'll find familiar high street shops and red postboxes. Spending time in Malaga. This is a city that's proud of its artistic heritage ­ as it was the birthplace of Pablo Picasso. 32