Costa del Sol Blog
April 2020In Spain, compulsory schooling applies to children and teenagers aged between 6-16 years of age. However, most children start already during the year they turn 3 in “educacion infantil” (preschool). Many students also continue the last two voluntary years between the ages of 16-18, “Bachillerato” (high school / A-level). This is a short description about … Continue reading "Schools on the Costa del Sol"
March 2020There are so many things to do on the Costa del Sol! We asked our staff, collaborators and local residents about their opinion. These are in their views the best cultural events on the Costa del Sol that you shouldn´t miss! FERIA One of my favourite times of the year would be celebrating the annual … Continue reading "The best cultural events on the Costa del Sol"
March 2020If you have purchased a property or are thinking about purchasing a property in Mijas Costa, here’s a few ideas on what to do on the Costa del Sol with kids! Within easy reach of Calahonda, Riviera del Sol or La Cala de Mijas, you will find a variety of things such as water parks, … Continue reading "What to do on the Costa del Sol with kids"
March 2020Tapas, tapas, tapas!! The whole world is in love with the Spanish tapas! The best TAPAS on the Costa del Sol! These small dishes of delish. The presentation differs from the south to the north of the country and each region have specialities of their own. In the north they are known as “pinchos” (or … Continue reading "StartGroups favourite TAPAS bars! The best TAPAS on the Costa del Sol!"
March 2020Here you are thinking about buying a holiday home on the Costa del Sol in the south of Spain and imagining yourself on the beach or golf course. And when you are bored with the beach there are so many fantastic day trips to be done here! So much culture and exiting events! Where else … Continue reading "Our favourite Day trips! Enjoy a day out on the Costa del Sol"