Those who live in Costa del Sol understand why it is a gem: the moderate climate all year, the magnificent Mediterranean Sea (just off its shore), and the food are just a few of the many aspects that make life in the area so enjoyable.
Anyone who retires to the Costa del Sol has a lot of free time, which is ideal because there is so much to do. To get to know their new home, retirees should begin with exploring the sights and sounds of this area.
The Costa del Sol, often known as the “Sun Coast,” is a region of Andalusia in southern Spain that consists of coastal cities and communities along Málaga Province’s coastline and the eastern section of Cádiz’s Campo de Gibraltar.
With 320 days of sunshine every year, this stretch of Mediterranean coastline is a favorite location for expats wishing to escape the chilly winters of northern Europe. The region, which used to be just a collection of little fishing towns, is now a popular tourist destination.
The Costa del Sol has some of Spain’s greatest beaches, with spectacular views of the sea. The greatest beaches are Maro in Nerja, Cabopina in Marbella, and Carvajal in Fuengirola. There are 23 blue-flag beaches along the 160-kilometer coastline, with Nikki Beach Club in Marbella being the finest.
The coastline is all about atmosphere, not just sunbathing in the summer. The beach is a popular hangout spot for relaxing and socializing. As a result, many foreigners purchase a beachfront apartment or villa.
Anyone wishing to live in Spain can buy properties for sale Costa del Sol. A wide range of whitewashed cottages, luxury villas, townhouses, and flats offer the ideal year-round residence.
Browse any Immo ABROAD Properties for sale Spain portfolio to get started on your property hunt. Each ad includes information such as whether the property is a villa or an apartment with house features such as balconies, terraces, jacuzzis, or furnished rooms, and geographical specifics such as walking distance to shops and bus stops.