Ferraris at Costa del Sol
Ferrari experiences

Malaga have one of the best Car Museums in Europe. Take the hole family with you! It also shows fashion from the time that cars were used. Cars have always been a social symbol.  Designers have expressed the fashion through every period of time, no matter if it is a car or women dresses. The  Museum shows how artistic tendencies have evolved due to automobile stylists such as  Ettore Bugatti, Enzo Ferrari, Giuseppe Figoni, just to mention some of them.  

Enjoy the photos below. But the cars are best seen in reality.

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For those of you who have not been at Costa del Sol follows some information about the area from our sponsor Homecare


Estepona, stretching for over 3 kms along the coast and 2 kms inland, Estepona town is primarily a developed fishing village, much less commercialised and more authentic than neighbouring resorts. With many of its traditional elements intact, it has a less polished atmosphere, older folk chat outside their front doors in the evening, eyeing the passers-by as they have done for years. The buildings appear more ramshackle than in other Costa del Sol resorts, with modern apartments next to plainly time-worn establishments. However, it si by no means behind the times, there is a pleasant , modern seaside promenade and harbour area, and the needs of tourists are well provided for. 

Estepona has a fine beach with a "Blue Flag" rating. The main beach is generally wide with coarse sand and some pebbly sections, it is backed by a lovely palm tree lined promenade with a few eateries. There is also a great Sunday morning souvenir market in its friendly port. Jet-skiing and parasailing are quite popular in summer. The central streets claim the best shopping area, with small local shops selling handicrafts. leather goods, ceramics etc

Entertainments include beach and water-based activities, tennis, horse-riding, golf and deep-sea fishing. You can also explore the old town and visit historic sites including Los Remedios church and the clock tower, Torre del Reloj (which has organised tours every Thursday, departing from the tourist office). The bullring, close to the port, has 4 small museums as well (local history, archaeology, palaeontology and bullfighting). 

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Puerto Banus

Only 10 minutes away you will find Puerto Banús, a internationally famous yachting marina with leisure and shopping facilities. The port has been constructed in the 1970´s and has been made in to a vibrant shopping, nightlife and parading area. The port is a special place and you can spot the most expensive and largest yachts and the most exotic cars here. You will find plenty of fantastic restaurants, beach clubs and nightclubs around this area.

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Marbella has great beaches, a great climate (best in Europe) and wonderful food, nightlife and entertainment - but also historical remains dating from Roman times, and more modern attractions, such as the Museum of Contemporary Spanish Engravings. From here you can walk to Puerto Banus and San Pedro along the beach promenade. In the Nueva Andalucia valley you find many good golf courses.

Other excursions 

Sotogrande with the luxury golf courses i e Valderama, Sotogrande, La Finca and the Marina.


Tarifa with all the surfing beaches and the Roman village Bolonia

Cadiz, Eurpoe´s oldest town

Jerez, the town of Sherry

Sevilla, so beautiful

Malaga, take a walk in the port area with shops and restaurants and in the old town with Spains oldest bodega

Granada with Alhambra, the moorish castle

and much much more