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If you wish to take a more cultural outing then The Picasso Museum at Malaga should be on your agenda or for plant lovers visit The Botanical Gardens also at Malaga or Bonsai Museum at Marbella.
One other attraction for Costa del Sol is certainly not new but should definitely be on your list of places to visit and that is Gibraltar. It is of course steeped in history and has only troop of wild monkeys in Europe. The beautiful St. Michael's caves are also well worth visiting and then of couse there is tax free shopping.
For golfers there is an awe inspiring choice of excellent golf courses of all different levels, some by sea and some set in stunning mountain scenary. New ones are reguarly being constructed and as a result many golfers return year after year to Costa del Sol.
Another first on Costa is Mijas Race Course where evening meetings are held weekly throughout summer. In addition they hold many top clas concerts, including such artists as Sir Elton John, Rod Stewart, UB 40 and Bryan Adams. They don't forget classical music lovers either, giving concerts by world class orchestras.
So whilst Costa del Sol is traditionally reknown for "sun, sea and sangria" it has moved with times and now has alot to offer more discerning holiday maker who wants more from his holiday than just these ever popular elements.
Article submitted by Ruth Polak the owner of http://www.costadelsol-vacationrentals.com A web site specializing in holiday villas and apartments on the Costa del Sol and in Rural Andalucia. You will also find lots of information about Spain and Andalucia, in particular.