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With its diverse regions and many islands, Spain has been among the most popular holiday destinations in Europe for several decades. The variety of its landscapes, its magnificent beaches and sunny climate make it a sure winner all year round. Come and discover Moorish Spain in the south of the peninsula, Andalusia with its fiery temperament or the Balearic Islands very close by, famous for their splendid landscapes and their party atmosphere. Or opt for the diversity of the Canary Islands, volcanic lands with unspoilt traditions and treat yourself to an unforgettable holiday under the sun.
The Spanish coast is characterised by a warm climate with over 300 days of sunshine per year, endless beaches and a rich cultural heritage.
Located in the south of the Iberian Peninsula, Andalusia is the epitome of joie de vivre. Enjoy the mild Andalusian evenings with tapas and flamenco sounds. Absolutely worth seeing are the Moorish architectural jewels such as the Alhambra in Granada, the Mezquita Mosque in Cordoba or the Giralda in Seville.
Another popular Mediterranean destination is Valencia. The region enjoys an excellent geographical location on the coast and offers a rich architectural heritage. In the contrasting, cosmopolitan city, you can expect a historic centre and numerous traditional as well as ultra-modern buildings such as the City of Arts and Sciences.
With regards to tourist attractions, the Costa del Sol’s reputation speaks for itself. The superb beaches with numerous water sports, quintessential golf courses, convivial hotels, particularly suitable for families and with a lively atmosphere, quintessential of the Andalusian temperament, make this a prime destination. The Costa del Sol is also the ideal departure point for exploring the marvellous hinterland with its unparalleled cultural heritage.
Estepona has no less than 21 km of coastline, edged with beautiful sandy beaches. Some have been awarded the blue flag for their ecological quality. There is also a modern marina with numerous tapas bars and restaurants. In the town there are numerous attractions such as the Clock Tower, several museums, amphitheatre, the San Luis castle or the church of Los Remedios and the Los Pedregales park. Distance to airport: 70 km.
This destination attracts thousands of guests. Among the main attractions are the caves of Nerja, the ‘Balcony of Europe’ with a panoramic view of the Mediterranean and the mountains of the Sierra Almijara (part of the Cordillera Penibética), as well as an aqueduct of 4 km to the east of the town of Nerja and the old town with its 18th-century church. Distance to airport: 70 km.
Without doubt the most elegant seaside resort and the best known on the entire coast. The lively atmosphere of Plaza de los Naranjos is very appealing and this is a preferred meeting point. Take a walk too along the charming and romantic narrow little streets with flowerpots hanging all along the walls. The marina of Puerto Banús. approx. 7 km away, is particularly luxurious. Let yourself be tempted by internationally renowned shops and boutiques. A tour of the restaurants, bodegas, flamenco bars and upmarket discos offers entertainment. Distance to airport: 50 km.
The largest seaside resort on the Costa del Sol, with wide sandy beaches offering water sports (partially restricted range in winter), has everything to satisfy an international clientele. In the town centre, in Calle San Miguel, entertainmentsainment is never lacking. The seafront promenade (approx. 7 km long) is ideal for pleasant walks along the water and borders on the seafront promenade of Benalmádena Costa to the south. Distance to airport: 8 km.
This seaside resort is divided into three areas: the traditional hillside village, the charming settlement of Arroyo de la Miel below and Benalmádena Costa on the seafront. With beautiful beaches, a lively nightlife and a wide range of leisure activities, it offers everything you need for an unforgettable holiday on the Costa del Sol. Distance to airport: 12 km.
Deuxième ville d’Andalousie, Malaga offre une multitude de possibilités culturelles et récréatives. La ville ancienne, caractérisée par ses ruelles étroites et ses zones réservées aux piétons, est particulièrement agréable pour y flâner mais elle offre également de quoi assouvir la soif de culture des plus curieux. À côté de cela, Malaga reste également appréciée en tant que ville balnéaire avec des plages situées à seulement quelques encablures du centre. Distance à l'aéroport : 10 km.
Approx. 50 km east of Málaga. Torrox-Pueblo, the old centre of the locality approx. 4 km from the coast, is a quintessential Andalusian village with narrow, winding streets, white houses and a rich Moorish past as evidenced today by the old ramparts and fortified towers. Torrox-Costa, on the coastline, was formerly a Roman city built on commerce and manufacturing. You can still see the ruins of the thermal baths and a necropolis. Torrox-Costa also boasts the longest seafront promenade of the entire Costa del Sol, with many facilities for tourists.
The second largest city in Andalusia offers plenty of sights and entertainment. The beautiful old town with its alleys and pedestrian zones invites you to stroll and offers a real treasure of cultural sights. The sea is right in front of the city and the city beach can be reached from the old town in a few minutes walk.
Ses grottes et son belvédère plus connu sous le nom de Balcon de l’Europe la rendent particulièrement attractive. Offrant un panorama sensationnel sur la Méditerranée et les sommets de la Sierra Almijara, le lieu mérite clairement une halte lorsqu’on visite l’Andalousie. Ses attraits culturels ne sont, pour autant, pas moins nombreux et portent les traces d’une histoire riche. Sa vieille ville, son église datant du XVIIIème siècle mais aussi l’impressionnant aqueduc del Aguila qui se dresse sur le fleuve Maro valent également le détour. Distance de l’aéroport : 70 km.
Etablie sur la Costa Tropical appréciée pour ses superbes plages et son climat doux tout au long l’année, cette localité accueille des infrastructures balnéaires agréables mais présente également une dimension culturelle. Le château San Miguel avec ses murailles, ses douves et son pont-levis bien conservés et le musée archéologique de Cueva de los Siete Palacios comptent parmi les incontournables. Distance de l'aéroport : 94 km.
Au pied de la Sierra Lujar, entre Malaga et Almeria, cette localité profite d’un climat clément tout au long de l’année et constitue un lieu rêvé pour conjuguer activités balnéaires et découvertes culturelles. Le littoral est bordé de jolies plages, certaines étant appréciées pour leur calme et d'autres pour leurs possibilités récréatives et nautiques. L’arrière-pays invite à la pratique des sports de plein air et recèle d’incroyables sites culturels à l’image du sanctuaire Nuestra Señora de la Cabeza ou du musée de la canne à sucre. Distance de l'aéroport : 114 km.
Excursions will allow you to discover your destination from all perspectives. LuxairTours offers a range of selected tours that will allow you to discover unmissable places, paradisiacal beaches, typical dishes... LuxairTours organises a range of quality excursions for you.
Walk along the coast to the Linea de la Concepción. Visit by taxi or minibus to the Rock of Gibraltar and other sites with a magnificent panorama with an English-speaking guide. Free time for tax-free shopping. Possibility of a boat trip to see the dolphins. Daytime excursion.
Departure for Grenada. Visit to the Alhambra, a sumptuous fortress and jewel of Arab architecture, as well as the marvellous Generalife Gardens. Free time for shopping in a department store or a walk in the historic town centre.
Excursion along the Costa del Sol via San Pedro de Alcantara to Ronda, one of the oldest towns in Spain. Visit to the church of Santa Maria la Mayor, the bull-fighting museum, the house of El Bosco, the arena, a seigneurial residence and the famous Tajo.
This excursion is a true voyage through time: to an era when Christians, Jews and Muslims not only coexisted peacefully in Andalusia, but worked together to raise the region to its zenith. In the 10th century, Córdoba was the most important city - and also the most beautiful - in Western Europe. La Mezquita, its great Mosque, is also a Cathedral. Excursion passing through Las Pedrizas, Antequera, Lucena and Montilla. Arrival in Cordoba, one of the oldest towns in Spain.You will visit the mosque, the Jewish quarter and its synagogue and the Roman bridge.
Departure for Seville via Málaga, Estepa and Osuna. Seville is located on the banks of the Guadalquivir, the only navigable river in Spain. Seville is one of the most beautiful jewels, not only in Andalusia, but in all of Spain. Visit to the Santa Cruz quarter, the Parque de Maria Luisa, the famous Golden Tower followed by the cathedral and the Giralda. Afterwards you will have free time to tour the town as you please.
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