There is literally something for everybody on the Costa del Sol. Great food and wine, sports, Mediterranean culture, historical sites and best of all - a wonderful climate in which to enjoy them!
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Newly built Botanical Park in the center of Estepona, features a 17 meters waterfall that will help simulate the spaces originating orchids. A must for the whole family.
By the underpass only 2 kilometers from Dominion Beach/Hacienda Beach, is Laguna Village, a small shopping centre, with bars and restaurants and a pool area, as well as a beach club. On the other side of the highway is supermarket Aldi.
The Adventura park covers more than 100 hectares and is home to free roaming animals from all over the world in natural habitats that have been recreated. It features more than 2.000 semi-free roaming animals, birds of prey, shows, archery, exhibitions, nature classes, swinging bridges, safaris and accommodation.
Selwo Marina has a dolphinarium, sea lions and penguins, and features exhibitions and shows.
Biopark Fuengirola was modernized in 2001 to feature "tropical-forest" dwellings. The zoo now specializes in captive breeding for endangered species, chimpanzee-group research and tropical-forest education.
First opened in 1995, Sea Life center is a walk-through underwater park, where you can see aquatic species from the Atlantic, Pacific and Indian Oceans and the Red Sea.
This waterfun park is located on the outskirts of Fuengirola. Mijas Aquapark has a wave pool, kamikase slide, water chutes, adventure river with winding raft slides and a minni aqua park for kids. The park also has a full entertainment program including shows for children, water aerobics, regional dances and beach volleyball.
The cable ski has a cable system which pulls skiers round the lake, simulating water skiing. Good for learning or improving your water skiing, this attraction is also for those who just want a fun day out.
A fantastic walk along an air path built into the walls of Gaitanes Gorge. More information at caminitodelrey.org Just do it!
Born-to-be-wild, a professional guide in the mountains.
You have more than 30 golf courses within 30 minutes ride. You can see them all with green fee offers at Golf-Service Telephone 952 787 775
Horses have been a part of life in Spain since perhaps as long ago as 4000 BC, and the Andalusian horse is known around the world for its abilities in High School dressage. What better place, therefore, to go riding?
The Escuela de Arte Ecuestre Costa del Sol is based outside Estepona very close to Dominion Beach and Hacienda Beach. One of the best equestrian centres in Spain, they have wonderful facilities and also take complete beginners. They are a BHS and ABRS approved training and examination centre.
Southern Spain offers some of the best scuba diving in the country and there are many diving centres and clubs that welcome new members and visitors alike, offering BSAC and PADI courses right up to instructor level. It is very easy to take a diving course whilst in Spain on holiday. The Mediterranean offers a varied selection of sea life and marine plants and very few are harmful and present any danger.
A dolphin-watching trip is a great opportunity to actually see dolphin in the wild. There are several boat trips to choose from. The Original Dolphin Safari´s boat goes from Gibraltar 7 days a week all year around except for December to March, for a 1,5 hour trip. (You need to take with your passport!!)
Sierra Nevada is only 2 hours drive away, so it is possible to sit on the beach in the morning and ski in the afternoon. Sierra Nevada, which means "Snowy Mountain Range", includes some of the highest peaks in Europe, not to mention the highest concentration of peaks over 3.000 metres in Spain. The ski terrain is prominently peaked by the Pico Veleta (3.398 m), which is Spain third highest peak. The ski resort of Sierra Nevada offer its visitors a wide range of facilities and ski terrain to suit skiers and boarders of all standards.
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