Spain, as we know, is a favourite destination for most Europeans, the sun is guaranteed, the rich gastronomy, the friendly people and the endless hours of daylight make this country a great attraction for many tourists.
It has a lot to offer, from significant vacation spots
The Boquerón fish is not just a symbol of the province, but is also a popular nickname for the people of Málaga, one of which they are proud.
The Boquerón fish is largely found in the Alboran Sea around the coast of Málaga and has a
Finding gastronomical inspiration in sunny Andalusia reveals unique and surprising flavours from the land and the sea. Whether you’re at a local tapas bar, stop at a chiriguito by the beach, or try a renowned restaurant, there are plenty of opportunities to experience Andalusian cuisine throughout
Inland Málaga hides fabulous landscapes, nature in its purest state, and beautiful villages with a Moorish history, where you can wander and get lost on narrow winding streets, discover the authentic rural beauty, and taste the traditional recipes of each area.
With the sea and mountains close by, Málaga province boasts a wide variety
Here on Spain Life Exclusive we have been travelling, actually and virtually, across many of the areas of Spain, and it's now time to gather all our experiences in just one brief list. This week, we are focusing on Costa del Sol, and looking for
127 different nationalities call the city of Fuengirola home, making it the perfect place to host the International People’s Fair.
Fuengirola, one of the liveliest cities on the Costa del Sol, will host events, open-air exhibitions, live performances and entertainment shows, and dozens of marquees featuring
One of the main attractions of the Costa del Sol is the great variety of its beaches. Bathed by the incredibly blue waters of the Mediterranean sea, and enjoying more than 320 days of sun, each year, the area boasts a total of 161 kilometers
One of the major tourist centres of Costa del Sol, Marbella provides high quality facilities and services. Among the main attractions, Puerto Banús houses an exclusive leisure area inside the excellent facilities of its marina. The area around the city is a paradise for golf
Málaga is the capital of the Costa del Sol, one of the most important touristic spots worldwide, and the sixth biggest city in Spain with 580.000 inhabitants.
The city was established by the Phoenicians and is one of the oldest cities in Europe. The beautiful old
The Costa del Sol is one of the most popular areas of Spain for tourism, and it can be hard to decide between the thousands of restaurants that are spread out around this sunny coast.
But if you are visiting or living in the Costa