Dozens of beaches and small coves with crystal clear waters. 320 days of sunshine a year. And an average annual temperature of 20 degrees. These are the credentials of the Costa Tropical, the 73 kilometers of coastline of the province of Granada. Its name is due to the exceptional bonanza of the climate during all seasons, which allowed it two centuries ago to become the only place in Europe where subtropical fruits such as mango, chirimoya, avocado and papaya are grown. Names that evoke exotic flavors and places and, however, are typical of one of the most privileged corners of Andalusia.
And less than 90 minutes away we find the bright beaches of the Mediterranean, on the Costa del Sol. Bathed by the Mediterranean Sea, the Costa del Sol covers more than 150 kilometers of coastline in the province of Malaga, south of the Iberian Peninsula.
It is no coincidence its name, more than 325 days of sunshine a year together with the benevolence of the climate give us the key of this paradise place with beaches for all tastes.