MÁLAGA, SUN AND MARINAS is volume eight in this series published by the Costa del Sol Tourist Board is a summary of the marinas and yacht clubs on the coast of Málaga.
In its pages, readers will find all the necessary information to anchor in Málaga’s ports, hire their services or enjoy their facilities.
There are 320 sunny days a year on the coast, with average temperatures of 22º C (72ª F), which makes it an ideal place for sports-lovers and tourists. Golf, swimming, rowing, canoeing, tennis, sailing and scuba-diving are some of the sports visitors can try their hand at in clubs not far away from the city and well-connected to the main villages in the province and the region.
Most marinas on Costa del Sol are internationally renown. Many of them have Blue Flags fluttering in their masts, an award given by the European Union in recognition of their quality and service, and Benalmádena’s marina has received two awards that distinguish it as the Best Marina in the World.
This guide has a whole chapter for each marina or yacht club, providing all data on their features and services, as well as reviews of their history and the origin, evolution, renovations and characteristics of their facilities. Then, there are their technical details, of utmost important for sailors: geographical location; number, type and requirements of docks; and water and dock services provided.
The 74 pages of MÁLAGA, SUN AND MARINAS also include information on the sports activities in each club. There is also a list of useful phone numbers: emergencies, repair, maintenance and supplies. In addition, and for readers’ leisure, there is data on commercial centres, discos, hotels, restaurants, bars and pubs, shops, cruise itineraries and day trips to places of interest