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In Spain the children have already started their summer holidays and other countries are just starting to break up for the most important holiday of the year… where families get together and enjoy fun in the sun.

Most importantly the 1st July marks the beginning of the summer sales in Spain, not to be missed!


So while you are searching for Your Dream Home, here are some places to visit on the Costa del Sol and Costa Blanca

Costa del Sol

Spain’s first outdoor skydiving simulator opens in Malaga

The equipment was used by Tom Cruise to prepare for his skydiving stunts on Mission Impossible: Fallout, before being brought over to Spain. So if you want something different to do then this is a must to put on your list.


Take a royal stroll on the Kings Pathway

The King’s Pathway, also known as “El Caminito del Rey” is a walkway, pinned along the steep walls of a narrow gorge in El Chorro, near Ardales in the province of Málaga, not for the faint harted.

Seek Malaga best sports

What is better than a coastal town to practice sports? With Malaga stretching along the Spanish Costas, the opportunity to practice either paragliding, surfing or kitesurfing.  You can also go rafting or drive a quad or see wild dolphins, or just stroll around by bike Take a break from the historical tourism and try the best things to do that Malaga has to offer!


Go exploring in the Caves of Nerja

The beautiful Nerja Caves are a chain of huge caves stretching for almost five kilometers and home to the world’s largest stalagmite, a 32-meter high column measuring 13 meters by 7 meters at its base. It is a great place to visit any day or when you’re just tired of the beach.


Costa Blanca

 The Marina de València opens the first natural pool in the city

The swimming area is formed by a main swimming pool of 24m by 33m of surface, the space also has a solarium of 456 m2, created with floating pontoons dressed with artificial turf. An outdoor space where you can rest, sunbathe and from where you can access the pool through ramps and stairs. It is also a chill out area

The Algar Waterfalls, Alicante

Discover the Algar Waterfalls in beautiful Les Fonts de l'Algar Nature Reserve. Take a dip in the natural pools, admire the waterfalls and enjoy the peaceful surroundings a great place for all the family.


Toy Museum, Denia

Wooden soldiers, toy cars, rocking horses and dollhouses with miniature furniture take you back in time. Enjoy an interesting day out with your children at the toy museum in Denia, Alicante.

Visit the Torrevieja Submarine

The Delfin S61 was a submarine of the Spanish Armada and is now a floating museum in the port of Torrevieja. During your visit, you will have the chance to look inside the submarine and see how the sailors once lived.


There is so much to do on both Costa's it is hard to know what to pick, but you can be sure living on the Costa del Sol or the Costa Blanca will give you plenty of time to explore all the wonderful things they have to offer.