Golfers Guides

Golfers Guide To Torremolinos, Costa del Sol

The popular coastal town of Torremolinos on the Costa del Sol lies next to the attractive resort of Benalmadena and located just 7km west of Málaga airport.

In the last few years it has been transformed and evolved into a mature and exciting resort with great beaches, restaurants, shops, boutiques and golf courses.

Attracting many thousands of holidaymakers each year, the town has become one of the most popular tourist destinations in Spain, due to its great, infrastructure, facilities on offer and close proximity to the airport. – Read Full Post >>

Golfers Guide To Mijas, Costa del Sol

Mijas on the Costa del Sol is split into two parts. There is Mijas Pueblo that is a pretty white washed village, nestled into the Mijas mountains and Mijas Costa,which is a diverse stretch of coastline on the Costa del Sol.

Mijas Costa is just 30 minutes by car from Malaga Airport. It lays between Fuengirola and the resort of Cabopino, that sits just east of Marbella and includes the popular holiday resorts of La Cala de Mijas, Riviera del Sol and Calahonda. It is also an area that has beautiful golden sandy beaches, local shops, restaurants, bars and of course golf! – Read Full Post >>

Golfers Guide To Fuengirola, Costa del Sol

The Costa del Sol is a haven for golfers with this particular region of Spain, home to some of the finest golf courses in Europe.

One of the biggest draws of the Costa del Sol, of course is the weather. With over 300 days of sunshine each year, golfers get to play some of Spain’s best golf courses almost year round.

One of the Costa del Sol’s most loved tourist resorts is Fuengirola. With around seven kilometres of golden sandy beaches, bars, restaurants and superb nightlife, Fuengirola has long been a favourite for British and European holidaymakers. – Read Full Post >>

Golfers Guide To Marbella, Costa del Sol

With over a dozen top class golf courses, Marbella is a great choice for those looking to play some of the best courses in Europe, while soaking up the sun and sampling the many delights this particular part of the Costa del Sol has to offer.

Sandwiched between Estepona to the East and Fuengirola to the West, Marbella or “Marbs” as it is sometimes known, is synonymous with chic and trendy. The town has been a firm favourite with holiday makers since the 70’s and is well known as a playground for the rich and famous due to its large array of glamorous boutique shops and sophisticated bars and restaurants. – Read Full Post >>

Golfers Guide To La Cala de Mijas, Costa del Sol

Located between the popular tourist towns of Marbella and Fuengirola, La Cala de Mijas is a favourite for both holidaymakers and expat residents who now call it home.

La Cala de Mijas or just ‘La Cala’ offers everything you will need in a golf holiday destination with many of the Costa del Sol’s best golf courses in close proximity with many others a short drive away along the N340 coast road.

The town has a population of 24,000 people and is big enough to provide you with ample entertainment, yet small enough to make you feel welcome with the knowledge that you have discovered one of the Costa del Sol’s hidden gems. – Read Full Post >>

Golfers Guide To Benalmadena, Costa del Sol

Below begins our series of ‘Golfer’s Guide’ articles providing you with the most important tourist information for some of the Costa del Sol’s most popular tourist destinations.

Today we take a look at the ever popular, Benalmadena, which attracts hundreds of thousands of holidaymakers each year looking for great weather, beaches and of course golf.

Benalmadena is especially attractive due to its infrastructure and its close proximity to Malaga airport, which is conveniently located just a short drive away. – Read Full Post >>