Costa Del Sol

Renowned for its stunning beaches, the Costa Del Sol is a popular place for holiday makers every year. The southernmost coast of Spain, long stretching beaches, golden sand and lapping glistening shores, it is easy to see why this is a destination that people flock to. It is a place that has something to suit everyone from upmarket Marbella and Puerto Banus to cosmopolitian Terremolinos to cheap and cheerful Benalmadena, you’re sure to find exactly what you’re looking for in this Spanish resort.

Famous for its classy watering holes and energetic nightlife, Marbella has silky sands, glittering marina and fishing harbours. Benalmedena and Terremolinos are the go-to-place for lazy long days at the beach and fun-filled nights. A perfect destination resort for families, couples and friends alike, the Costa Del Sol has safe golden sandy beaches, energetic nightlife and family fun activities to suit everyone.

Costa Del Sol is a resort that has something for everyone and here at Cassidy Travel we can tailor make your Costa Del Sol holiday to suit you, with accommodation that suits all tastes and budgets, 3* Holidays, 4* Holidays, 5* Holidays and a number of different board basis to suit you too, All-Inclusive, Half Board and Hotel Only deals.

Top 3 Things to do in Costa Del Sol.
Biopark Fuengirola
This is a zoo in which the animals live side-by-side in a recreation of their natural habitat in order to promote their development. It has three different areas: Madagascar, Equatorial Africa and South-east Asia.
A tour around the facilities of Bioparc Fuengirola will allow you to enjoy the experience of zoo immersion (submerging yourself completely in the animal's own environment), where vegetation and water elements are constant features of the landscape.
You'll have the chance to see numerous species of birds, mammals and reptiles such as the Nile crocodile, gorillas, servals… In the Madagascar area there is also a replica of a baobab (one of the largest artificial trees in the world). 
It offers exhibitions (in order to learn more at first-hand about the lifestyle of mammals such as armadillos, coatis, raccoons and otters, as well as birds such as the hornbill, the black vulture and kookaburras from Australia), and it also has a shop, children's area and restaurant area.
Estepona Beach
This curving cove in Estepona has Blue Flag status. Unlike most beaches on the Costa del Sol, which face south, El Cristo looks to the west and is not only sheltered from the wind but also gets the most sunshine with fantastic sunsets as you gaze across the sea towards Gibraltar. There is fine, dark sand with no stones, and it has clear, shallow water with no sharp dips such as those found on some other beaches along this coast, making it a safe place for small children to splash around.
Chartered Fishing
Experience a fantastic day of fishing for all types of Mediterranean fish. Tuna, Dorada, Bonito, Marlin, Thresher Shark, plus much more are available to fish. 
Why not go Reef Fishing around the warm waters of the Costa del Sol where some of the most interesting fish are. If you fancy a challenge then try out our offshore shore game fishing for exhilarating fun.





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