Costa Del Sol Yacht Charters
Enjoy pristine blue waters and idyllic coast on your Costa Del Sol yacht charter
It’s no wonder that an area that gets 300 days of sun each year has been christened Costa del Sol, or “the Sun Coast”. Spanning 100 miles along the coast of the Malaga province in Southern Spain, Costa del Sol has some of the highest concentrations of first-class golf courses, restaurants boasting authentic Spanish tapas, and Flamenco dances.
With its pristine blue waters and idyllic coast, Costa del Sol is an ideal destination for yachters who want to explore mainland Spain.
Once a series of quaint fishing settlements, Costa del Sol is now a world-renowned tourist destination, welcoming millions of visitors each year. One of the main attractions is the variety beaches along the 161 km of coastline, from popular spots bustling with activity to peaceful, secluded coves. The natural parks provide adventurers with hiking, rock climbing and other exciting activities. For yacht charters, Costa del Sol has twelve marinas offering a wide selection of leisure activities and restaurants.
Things To Do and See in Costa del Sol
While on your yacht charter in Costa del Sol, here are some of the top attractions to explore.
The Picasso Museum
Devoted to the most influential artist of the 20th century, this museum is located in the city where he was born, and hold 230 works spanning his career. The Museum is located in the Buenavista Palace, a shining example of Andalusian architecture from the sixteenth century.
A zoological park unlike any other, visitors will step into a world where animals live side-by-side, recreating their natural habitat. Designed as an “immersion zoo,” guests stroll through a re-creation of the creatures’ original habitat, as if you were experiencing them in the wild.
Maro-Cerro Gordo Cliffs Natural Area
A narrow section of coastline stretching 12 km, this natural wonder combines sheer cliffs, impressive plateaus, towering terraces, and rocky marine floors. Explore beaches and coves, many of which are almost untouched.