Hot Costa, one of the oldest information sites on Spain, is coming back to life. The site was started in 2001, and lasted until about 2015, before we ran out of time to work on it, and allowed it to fall into disrepair.
However, we have decided to bring it back to life. There are a lot of issues on the site at the moment, but we are going to change everything over the coming weeks
Of course, when we started the site all those years ago, no-one used mobiles, so the older parts of the site don't understand mobiles. But the new site will be like our other sites, and will be working fully on all devices
Watch this space...
The Costa del Sol - the 'Coast of the Sun' - is located on the south of Spain, and covers the coastal and inland areas of Malaga Province, Andalusia. This 150 kilometer stretch of coast has been truend from small fishing villages to one of Spain most popular tourism areas.
The region was settled in the Bronze Age, and since then, has been taken over by the Phoenicians, Carthaginians, Romans, Vandals, Visigoths and Moors, before the Catholic Kings took it back.
The main airport is Malaga Airport, just to the west of Malaga city, and easily reachable by road or rail. And Malaga now has high speed trains running all the way to Madrid and beyond. For more details of the area, visit our page on Malaga Province
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Spain is divided into Communities -
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Spain is divided into Costas and Regions -
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As in every country, there are different ways to view the regions. The official way, is via the Communities.
Spain is divided up into a number of autonomous communities (see the map of Spain on the right), each with its own regional assembly, giving each one a certain amount of independence from the central government in Madrid. The amount of independence gives cause to many political arguments.
An alternative view might be to consider the regions by their commercial activities. The two powerhouses are Madrid, and Barcelona. Barcelona tends to attract the more 'arty' types of business. The north and west of Spain are wet, by comparison, so this differentiates it from the central areas, which tend to be drier and flatter. And of course, the coasts, or costas, attract holidaymakers.
Have a look at these sites about that we have recently come across. Firstly, there's "vivendus.net", which we have entered into our Property Sale in section. Free real estate portal for individuals and agencies. has a complete search engine to easily find the property you are looking for. Located in Elche
Then, there is "Dental Clinic - Gogo Celik", which we have entered into our Health and Beauty in section. Modern Dental Clinic
Specialised in implants (Astra and Branemark), surgery, paradontology, general dentistry and if you are afraid of the dentist. Teeth whitening, either at home or at our clinic where we use state-of-the-art equipment. The location is Fuengirola
Finally, take a look at "Taxes consultants in Costa del Sol", which we have entered into our Legal in section. Legal and taxes advise in the Sun Coast (Marbella). They guide you in all the process of buying/selling a house in la Costa del Sol. Find them in Marbella