The best Southern Spain winter itinerary, from vineyards to hiking and a whole lot more!
Wonderful sunshine, pristine beaches, and a wealth of rich culture and heritage to explore, a trip to Southern Spain in winter offers a vast range of attractions and activities. Whatever aspect of Southern Spain you fancy exploring Club La Costa World in Spain has a choice of beautiful resorts where you can enjoy the very best of Southern Spain.
If you’re looking to plan a Southern Spain winter itinerary, then look no further as we have rounded up some of the best things to see and do. And, believe it or not, you could even enjoy a fabulous travel experience to Spain for free with a week’s worth of CLC World Free Holiday Accommodation! So, let’s take a look at all the wonderful things on offer so as you can start planning your trip to Spain today.
Southern Spain winter itinerary – the four best things to see and do!
Hike up La Concha in Marbella
Enjoy fabulous views of the Costa del Sol from the summit of La Concha. The highest mountain in the pretty town of Marbella, La Concha sits in the beautiful Sierra de las Nieves Natural Park. Spain’s cooler winter temperatures make hiking this stunning area a wonderful activity.
Once you’ve completed the hike, head to the centre of Marbella and soak up the town’s rich culture and heritage or enjoy a delicious tapas meal at one of the town’s myriad of restaurants. Make sure to leave some time to visit the picturesque Old Town, boasting a maze of cobbled streets flanked with charming whitewashed houses and an abundance of local boutiques and galleries.
Tour a vineyard
Explore a wonderful selection of vineyards on the Costa del Sol, offering an ideal Southern Spain winter travel activity for wine connoisseurs. Sample a selection of mouth-watering wines and sherries made from grapes grown under the warm Spanish sun and learn more about the process of winemaking. Finish off a tour with a delicious meal at one of the many fine-dining restaurants located throughout the Costa del Sol.
Enjoy some high-octane fun!
If you’re looking to add some thrills and spills to your holiday then you won’t be disappointed. The Costa del Sol offers heaps of fun to be had, from water sports activities such as kayaking, windsurfing and scuba diving, to land-based adventure such as mountain-biking, horse-riding, Segway tours, and even skydiving.
Golfing is another popular pastime on the Costa del Sol, which offers 70 golf courses dotted around the region. Indeed, on the Costa del Sol you’ll find an activity to suit everyone.
Explore the town of Fuengirola
Fuengirola is located in the heart of the Costa del Sol and is a must-visit on a Southern Spain winter itinerary. Boasting welcoming plazas, promenades and parks, along with a vibrant culinary scene, Fuengirola is a great travel destination for the entire family.
Some of the town’s highlights include the Bioparc Fuengirola zoo and the Playa de Fuengirola, a lovely sandy beach that is ideal for kids. There is a fabulous selection of family resorts in Fuengirola to choose from, making exploring this stunning part of the Costa del Sol effortless.
If you wish to enjoy a vast range of activities and a whole lot more during a holiday in Spain, then don’t forget to see if you are eligible to win a CLC Holiday and start planning a wonderful not-to-be-forgotten holiday today.
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Elle, along with Alan, is the owner of Spain Buddy and the busy web design business – Spain Web Design by Gandy-Draper.
Born a “Norverner”, she then spent most of her life “Dann Saff” before moving to Spain in 2006. Elle’s loves are Alan, the internet, dogs, good food, and dry white wine – although not necessarily in that order.