The Costa del Sol is mostly famous for three things – its abnormally good weather that averages about 300 days of sunshine per year, its endless sandy coast, and the assortment of luxurious resort towns that punctuate it. From the theme parks of Benalmadena to the family friendly Fuengirola and the glitzy Marbella whose harbor is lined with luxurious yachts; Costa del Sol has something for everyone to enjoy. Of Costa del Sol’s towns, Malaga has often been passed over in favor of other destinations in the past, but in recent years the city has managed to transform itself into the rising star of the Costa del Sol. Steeped in history and brimming with a palpable artistic energy that materializes in the trendy revived neighborhood of Soho as well as the surreal architecture of the city’s promenade, Malaga is one of Spain’s liveliest and most enticing cities. It also boasts an exquisite food scene with a number of top-notch restaurants offering anything from experimental dishes to traditional tapas. Given the chance, Malaga will positively enchant you with its cosmopolitan style and creative vibe.