Costa del Sol


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Costa del Sol

(kō`stä thĕl sōl`), a strip of coastline, S. Spain, in Andalusia, extending from Motril to Estepona The area has become famous as a Mediterranean coastal resort, and its tourist industry continues to expand.
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MoneySavingExpert reports that in Torrox, at the eastern end of the Costa del Sol, tourists who left out towels to reserve the best spot on a busy beach risked having their towels confiscated by the beach patrol and paying a [pounds sterling]21 'release' fee.
The Latvian-born waitress spent several years living in London before moving to the Costa del Sol around six months before she disappeared in the early hours of September 6, 2014.
Palladium Hotel Costa del Sol is conveniently located only 19km from Malaga Airport and 600m from Benalmadena train station.
Four international polo teams on around 50 agile polo horses will be competing for the first Costa del Sol Beach Polo Cup, captivating spectators and aficionados."
Promoting the fine weather in the region, Costa del Sol based golf clubs and resorts offer long stay deals, so that you can spend anything from a weekend to a month enjoying your favourite sport.
FIRST Choice offers 11-night holidays to the Costa del Sol staying at the Travelife Gold awarded 4Sun Holiday Village Costa del Sol on an all-inclusive basis from PS760 per adult (saving PS390 per adult) first child travels from PS550 and from PS650 for the second.
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Firefighters yesterday tamed a wildfire that had threatened villages outside the upmarket beach resort of Marbella on southern Spain's Costa del Sol.
Summary: A wildfire is raging towards the holiday resort of Marbella, on Spain's Costa del Sol.