The airline Jet2.com expects an increase of up to 25% of British tourists, a significant growth considering that in 2014 it was 9%.
On the Costa del Sol you can enjoy many more activities than sun and beach; Malaga is a destination that can be visited throughout the year, a province with mild temperatures thanks to the protection offered by the mountains which helps to create a unique micro-climate in Andalusia.
Among the activities available during the winter season we highlight such as:
– Visit the white villages and enjoy the delicious cuisine.
– Bear in mind that Malaga is the birthplace of Picasso, so you can visit his birthplace or the stunning Picasso Museum.
– Visit any of the theme parks and attractions
You can find deals online including Selwo Aventura, Selwo Marina, cable car and one night accommodation with breakfast.
Amusement Park in Benalmadena located in Arroyo de la Miel.
Recreations in Fuengirola of different environments such as Madagascar, Africa, Southeast Asia and the Indo-Pacific which help the visitor to immerse into the zoo where animals grow in semi-freedom.
Theme Park located in Benalmadena in a building in the style of Thai temple where you can enjoy a wide variety of butterflies, including the world’s largest, in an exceptionally beautiful botanical variety.
Stupa of Enlightenment
Every Tuesday and Friday you can participate in a guided meditation and Sundays from 6 pm are performed lectures on Tibetan Buddhism. It is the largest Stupa in the West and thus worth visiting.
In Benalmadena you can discover the underwater world without getting wet.
If you love reptiles you can visit this theme park in Torremolinos where you can closely observe large crocodiles.
If you’re going to spend your Christmas holidays in Malaga and are traveling with children they certainly will enjoy the various theme parks available on the Costa del Sol.