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Things to Do on the Costa del SolSitio de Calahonda belongs to the municipality of Mijas even though it could be a town on its own. It is the largest development between Marbella and Fuengirola. The two best things about Sitio de Calahonda is its rural flavour and a coastal lifestyle.
Things to Do on the Costa del SolLike many places on the Costa del Sol the Riviera del Sol is a expatiates heaven. The village is situated to the west of La Cala and near the Marbella Area. Don't expect to find the Andalucian charm in Riviera del Sol that is prevalent in most of the other villages along the coast.
Things to Do on the Costa del SolJust to the west of Marbella is the seaside resort of Puerto Banus home to the Cortylandia Amusement Park. The park is specially designed for the whole family with something to do for people of all ages.
Things to Do on the Costa del SolIn the old part of town stands one of the most prominent buildings, the Church of Saint Mary, a direct indication of the Catholic influence in the history of Marbella and dates back to 1618.
Things to Do on the Costa del SolThe historic centre of Marbella is the Orange Square or Plaza de los Naranjos and is considered the in place to meet and be seen for over one thousand years. The history of the square began when the Moor's left Spain just as the buildings were started in 1485 and completed in 1568..
Things to Do on the Costa del SolParque de las Medranas is set on a huge natural lake in Guadalmina. The park offers the latest in cable water skiing and it doesn't matter if you're an expert or novice as they have trained experts to help you learn how to ski or improve your skills.
Things to Do on the Costa del SolThe Nagueles Park is situated at the foot of the Sierra Blanca Mountains. The park is open daily from 10 AM which means you don't have to get up early for a visit.
Things to Do on the Costa del SolIf you have ever been to Marbella you must have noticed the striking mountain behind the town known as La Concha which is situated at the end of the Sierra Blanca Mountain range. La Concha translates into English as "the shell".
Things to Do on the Costa del SolOver 2000 years ago sulphur infused water began to emerge from the side of a hill in the Rio Manilva valley. The always healthy Romans were attracted to this and soon built a arched complex of at least four chambers for bathing which still exist today called Hedionda. In present times they have put a concrete lid on the remains to preserve them.
Things to Do on the Costa del SolThe Castillo de la Duquesa is an 18th century fortress situated in the middle of what once was a large Roman fishing village. Francisco Paulino of Seville built the castle in 1767 when work was hard to come by for local castle builders.
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