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Costa Del Sol and Andalucia - Berlitz

Costa Del Sol and Andalucia - Berlitz

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Published: 26 Mar 2004
144 pages
size: 145 x 105

Berlitz Publishing
Szállítási határidő: 3 hét
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The Berlitz Costa del Sol and Andalucia Pocket Guide covers all the major sights, area by area, in an easily navigable format. Descriptions of tourist attractions include the Alhambra, white villages, sun-baked beaches, cosmopolitan resorts and ancient towns. The guide also contains background historical information, advice on shopping and entertainment and the low-down on Spanish cuisine. There is an A-Z of practical information, listings of recommended hotels and restaurants and useful expressions in Spanish. The book also contains special features on topics ranging from the Battle of Trafalgar to travelling to Gibraltar. Maps show the Costa del Sol, Seville and Malaga, and there are dozens of colour photographs throughout.

Maps: Costa del Sol; Sevilla; Malaga.
The Region and Its People; A Brief History.
Where to Go: Getting Around; Malaga; West of Malaga; East of Malaga; Inland Excursions; Protected Landscapes.
What to Do: Sports; Shopping; Entertainment; Activities for Children.
Eating Out; Handy Travel Tips; Hotels and Restaurants; Index.

Most visitors to the Costa del Sol are based in one of the large coastal resorts to the west of Malaga (Torremolinos, Benalmadena, Fuengirola, Marbella or Estepona), while far fewer head east towards Nerja, Almunecar, or even as far as Almeria. Although the main aim for many is to relax on the beach and soak up as much sun as possible, increasing numbers arrive to play golf. It comes as little surprise, therefore, that the road signs proclaim the area west of Malaga not just as the Costa del Sol, but also the Costa del Golf.

A few visitors forsake the beach for a day or two and venture out to the amazingly varied historic towns and cities or to the natural wonders of the national parks nearby. Malaga, Ronda and perhaps Gibraltar can be visited in a day, but a trip to Sevilla, Cordoba, Granada or the national parks necessitates at least an overnight stop.


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