Apart from the fabulous climate one of the main draws to living in one of the delightful resorts of the Costa del Sol is its health benefits and this doesn’t end when the summer does. Balmy autumn days lead into comfortable winter ones where short sleeves could still be the order of the day temperature wise.
Many people enjoy an outdoors lifestyle whether cycling, golf, hiking, walking or holistic fitness appeals to you. When you’ve already experienced the powerful sun and lively fiestas of southern Spain in the height of summer, immersing yourself into Spanish life with a wintertime visit offers an experiential vacation second to none.
This is also one of the best times to come over and look at the resorts you might fancy living in and how they work in winter. The Costa del Sol in winter could see you eating tapas out in a trendy restaurant in cultural Malaga before you drive an hour and a half into the mountains of the Sierra Nevada for a spot of skiing.
Get lost in the narrow cobblestone streets of Costa del Sol’s inland hilltop villages and discover the region’s stunning Moorish legacy; get your culture fix in Malaga’s world-class museums; visit the magnificent caves of Nerja – one of Spain’s prettiest seaside towns; or marvel at the breath-taking architecture of the Alhambra in nearby Granada.
Let’s not forget Golf. Some of the most prestigious golf courses in the area include Valderrama Golf Club in Sotogrande, the San Roque Club – designed by architect Perry Dye and famous Ryder Cup player Dave Thomas, as well as La Reserva, with its outstanding 18-hole course, exquisite clubhouse, and majestic sea and mountain views.
Once you understand how much there is to do, thinking about relocating here will not be a long drawn out process it will be simply a matter of choosing the place that suits the lifestyle you are looking for. This is something our team can help with as our knowledge of the local areas and the property market will help you choose your dream home.