1. Aqualand Torremolinos Water Park

Torremolinos is home to the largest waterpark on the Costa del Sol and it’s where you’ll find an abundance of entertainment suitable for all ages. Aqualand has over 70,000 square, metres of landscaped gardens, waterslides and attractions.
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2. Parque La Bateria

For a day away from the beach, venture inland to visit the Parque la Bateria, which translates to Battery Park and showcases military relics in a beautiful botanical garden. The park is free to enter and well maintained,
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4. Bioparc Fuengirola

Visit Bioparc Fuengirola, the contemporary zoological park that recreates the animal’s natural habitats for the preservation of more than 200 endangered species.
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5. La Concha Mountain

Explore the striking landscapes of Marbella on one of the many walking or hiking trails. Head for the hills and trek up the magnificent La Concha Mountain to see the indescribable views of bustling Marbella
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6. Marbella Old Town

For an activity away for the sandy shores, venture inland to Marbella’s Old Quarter. Stroll through the narrow, cobbled streets and see the beautiful floral decorations that adorn the colourful buildings.
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8. Butterfly Park of Benalmadena

Visit the largest butterfly park in Europe, Mariposario de Benalmadena, housed in a quaint Thai temple. Walk in and be welcomed by a warm tropical setting with green plants, wild flowers, cascading waterfalls and more than 1,500 exotic butterflies.
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9. Teleferico Cable Car Ride

Take a ride into the skies to enjoy spectacular views of the coast up the Calamorro Mountain on a Teleferico cable car. Hop on board at the nearby Arroyo de la Miel station where each cart has room for up to four people,
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10. Colomares Castle

Just outside the old picturesque village of Benalmadena Pueblo is the fairy tale like Colomares Castle. The enchanting structure was built between 1987 and 1994 in honour of explorer Christopher Columbus.
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12. Enjoy the beaches of Nerja

Nerja is renowned for its beaches and is often referred to as ‘the jewel of the Costa del Sol.’ So if you’re dreaming of a holiday with plenty of sand then Nerja would be a great choice.
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15. Explore Nerja Caves

The biggest attraction in Nerja is the incredible Nerja Caves or ‘Cuevas De Nerja’ in Spanish. The caves are thought to have been formed millions of years ago by underground streams.
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Whether you’re buying fresh fruit at the weekly market in San Pedro de Alcantara or spotting multi-million pound yachts in Puerto Banus near Marbella, there are endless possibilities on your holiday to the Costa Del Sol. From golden beaches to family theme parks, the sunshine coast will leave you with memories to last a lifetime.