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Costa del Sol directory 

The Costa de sol is a region almost as famous as the whole of Spain, in large part due to 300 days of sunshine and the many treasures it offers. We focused on offering practical and interesting information for anyone planning a trip to the Costa del Sol. Offering suggestions and tips based on our experiences of places, museums, restaurants and more.

finding your way around

Our hope is to transmit our love for the Costa del Sol, sharing everything we enjoy about the  area and thus making it easier to find what each has to offer. From what attractions to see, what museums to visit, and places to stay at to the local dishes and wine you need to taste and savor while here to the well-being you’ll experience simply by being in one of the most spectacular landscapes in the world.

Latest News

Spanish banks may be forced to lower price of repossessed properties

An impending rule change by the Spanish government could compel Spain’s banks to lower the prices of the repossessed properties they snapped up during the recent recessions. On October 1, a new law will be introduced by the Bank of Spain designed to force banks to reduce their exposure to real estate in the country…

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Three detained in violent Nerja domestic dispute

A NERJA man was ordered to be held in custody on Friday after an altercation between him and his former partner in the town centre the previous afternoon. The fracas ended with three detentions and the suspect receiving treatment for knife injuries at Vélez-Málaga hospital.

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www.costa-news.com/costa-del-sol-news/three-detained-in-violent-nerja-domestic-dispute/
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Courts say banks have to pay up

A LANDMARK judgment from the Supreme Court (TS) is forcing banks to refund deposits which buyers put down on off-plan housing developments that were never built. A lawsuit brought by a client who purchased a property from the German promoter Berliner Bau Project La Siesta in Dénia, Alicante, in 2...

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PP gain, Socialists lose in regional votes

LAST Sunday’s elections in the Galicia and Basque regions provided a welcome boost to the Partido Popular, presently governing Spain on a care-taker basis, and inflicted a blow to their main opposition, the socialist PSOE party. In both regions, the socialists lost seats to the anti-austerity p...

[Costa News]
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RATO TRIAL
The trial of former IMF chief Rodrigo Rato began on Monday. He is accused of overseeing corruption during his time at Bankia which permitted senior managers to spend millions of euros of the bank’s cash using undeclared credit cards. Prosecutors have called for a custodial sentence of four-and-a-half years and a fine of €2.6 million for Rato, a one-time Spanish economy minister and deputy PM.
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