Extra Visita Costa Del Sol

It’s time to beat ‘Suntalgia’ and enjoy life on the Costa del Sol

A destination for the British public for decades, the region has something to suit all tastes and moments, making it a place to return to time and time again

To wake up with sunshine flooding in through the window, to wander along the beach in the warmth in the winter, or to enjoy a full day of great experiences. That is to live, and we want to live again.

Because sunshine is life, it improves your mood and encourages you to enjoy every moment, and on the Costa del Sol, we’re well aware of that. Far from being a coincidence, our region’s name refers to the more than 325 days of sunshine we enjoy per year that, combined with the mild weather, makes the area a paradisical place to come back to time and time again, especially after the difficult times of the pandemic. Now, it’s time to close the door to darkness, beat nostalgia and enjoy the sunshine.

With that in mind, Turismo Costa del Sol has launched the ‘Suntalgia’ campaign to invite the British public that forms part of the history and traditions of these Málaga towns to return.

As actor Hunter Tremayne – who lives in Spain – explains in the promotional video launched for the coming edition of the World Travel Market (WTM), life is better with sunshine and joy, and Málaga province stands for both.

Gastronomy, culture, sport, leisure, nature and much more are all present in this little corner of the Mediterranean that always gives the best of itself. That’s why the British public, wise and demanding, has for decades been choosing the province as a place to find a little bit more happiness.

From Manilva to Nerja, with a plate of fresh fish and a glass of Málaga Virgen wine. With the gentle sound of the waves or the joyful sounds of the squares. With family and friends at museums and theatres, in the hills or on the terraces. There’s room for everything on the Costa del Sol. For everything except Suntalgia.