Benalmadena on the Costa del Sol, Southern Spain enjoys an average of 320 days of sunshine per year!
Spain is widely regarded as Europe’s premier winter sun destination, and Costa del Sol, in particular, feels a world away from the gloomy skies and chilly temperatures in the more wintery parts of the continent.
From fascinating culture and rich history to superb golfing conditions and glorious Mediterranean sunshine, here’s why you should visit Costa del Sol in winter.
The weather is lovely
Winters in Southern Spain are generally mild and pleasant, which means fantastic opportunities for sightseeing and outdoor activities. And although there’s plenty of snow in the nearby Sierra Nevada, Costa del Sol – wedged between sea and mountains – is blessed with a micro-climate that delivers beautiful blue skies, more than 325 days of sunshine a year, and average winter temperatures of 20ºC (70ºF).
The sea might not be warm enough for swimming, but there may be a chance to enjoy some sunbathing on one of the coast’s famous sandy beaches. Otherwise, the clear sunny days of Costa del Sol in winter are perfect for exploring the lively cities, charming whitewashed towns, and fabulous monuments of Andalusia.
Villa Magica has all you need for a comfortable stay in a luxury Andalucian Villa, with private pool. We are fully legal and licensed with the Junta de Andalucia number VFT/MA/07345
Set in the prestigious area below the Stupa of Enlightenment (Buddhist centre), between Benalmadena Pueblo and the coast, we offer panoramic views of the Mediterranean sea together with very rare privacy and tranquility on the Costa del Sol.
We are now taking bookings for January and February 2020! From €450 per week. Please contact us. We look forward to hearing from you.