Known as the ‘Mediterranean California’, Málaga is located at the western end of the Mediterranean Sea and in the south of the Iberian Peninsula, about 100 miles east of the Strait of Gibraltar. Its climate is subtropical-Mediterranean, with an annual average temperature of 18 °C.
Málaga has over 50 golf courses and at some of them you can play golf at night.
Highlights: Puerto Banús, a luxury marina in Marbella where you’ll find famous people, Nikki Beach in Marbella (a worldwide luxury beach club), and La Dama de Noche golf club.
Guadalmina beach is divided between the towns of San Pedro Alcántara (Marbella) and Estepona. This popular Spanish beach is 1,500 metres long and 25 metres wide.
Puerto Banús beach is also known as the Green River beach, because it’s located near the mouth of this river. It’s a fantastic beach with calm and warm waters