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Staysure cover many second home destinations in Europe , including Italy, Portugal and Greece. Here, our travel expert discusses the Cote d'Azur in France, and the Costa del Sol in Spain, the perfect places to relax in your second home.
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The town is also host to other sporting events such as the Women’s Tennis Open and horse racing at one of the most well-known race grounds in France, the Hippodrome de la Cote d’Azur.
You can also find out more about the area by visiting the Cote d'azur rental.com website Here It is packed with information about other events like the Juan Les Pins Jazz Festival being held next month in July and a lot more.
Meanwhile getting back to the Staysure Lifestyle article they also move over to Spain and provide this useful information.
Costa Del Sol
The Malaga Province is set amongst some of the most beautiful landscapes in Europe. Take in its rich cultural heritage, amazing beaches and sample some mouth-watering local Spanish cuisine.
There are many beautiful beaches to choose from along this stunning coastline, with many being recommended for families:
El Pinillo Beach, Marbella – Extensive stretch of beach and greenery
El Morche Beach, Torrox – More than 1km long. Adapted for people with disabilities. Blue Flag status
El Faro Beach, Marbella – Situated in front of the city centre with the lighthouse standing prominent (Faro means lighthouse in Spanish) Adapted for people with disabilities.
Other beaches include: Del Bombo Beach, Mijas - Playamar Beach, Torremolinos - Las Yucas Beach, Benalmadena - Las Gaviotas Beach, Fuengirola
The beaches are not the only attractive part of this coast, many people also flock here for the cultural heritage, and there are many museums and galleries to visit:
Malaga-Museum of Popular Arts - This museum aims to preserve and study the ethnological heritage of Malaga and its province, and looks to offer an insight into local and historic activities like the art of tack making, vine growing or smithing.
Alameda –Roman Baths Visitor Centre - Situated next to an archaeological site containing old Roman baths dating back to the 1st and 4th Century BC.
Marbella –Spanish Contemporary Engraving Museum - Exhibiting a large collection of prints and specialising in contemporary art
Nature - Set in one of the most gorgeous coastal landscapes, it’s natural for wildlife to inhabit here and there are many Natural areas to enjoy.
Torcal de Antequera – Positioned just 12km from Antequera itself, these imaginary-like rock formations cover a total 12 square km of land. The limestone group of soft rocks were risen from the sea over 150 million years ago. Housing almost 700 different plant species amongst 100 families are catalogued here, and with a wealth of birds to view, a trip here will be an unforgettable one.
Maro-Cerro Gordo Cliffs, Nerja – This area of coastal cliffs is a striking sight with many lookouts, allowing marvellous views all the way to Africa on a clear day. Maro is a small town popular with tourists and features the watchtower of la Marquesa, appointed in the 16th Century to keep a watch for pirates. (Source Staysure June 2013)
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