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5 to see in town...

1. Alhambra

This is not just a must-see; it's a real treat for the eyes. The Alhambra is an ornate palace and fortress located in Granada which combines Islamic and Christian architecture and design. Described as 'a pearl set in emeralds' and listed as a World Heritage Site, this really is one you'd kick yourself for missing. Booking is essential, do it in advance to be on the safe side.

where to park?

Parking is available onsite; expect to pay 5-7 euros for a 3-4 hour stay.

2. Puerto Banus

If you'd like to rub sun-kissed shoulders with the glitterati then head to this marina on the south coast. The King of Saudi Arabia moors his yacht here, along with some of the world's wealthiest. Take your flexible friend and head to the malls and restaurants.

where to park?

Parking is available in and around the area for around €1.50 per hour.

3. Bounty Beach

This slice of sandy heaven is incredibly popular and known as a fun beach. Makes sure to park up and visit here for kite and surf-boarding, jet-skis and swimming. Of course, you could just roll out a towel and lay there. This is a beach where you can have fun, your way.

where to park?

Parking is available within short walking distance of the sand.

4. Butterfly Park of Benalmadena

This is the largest butterfly park in Europe with over 1500 worldwide species bred onsite. Stroll among the tropical plants and waterfalls as they flutter around you.

where to park?

Free parking is available at the site.

5. Tapeo de Cervants

This tiny restaurant in Malaga must be booked in advance to avoid disappointment. This is the best place in town to visit for tapas, a traditional Spanish meal of snacks which gives you the opportunity to try a little bit of everything.

where to park?

Free parking is available outside.

and 4 to drive to...

1. El Chorro Lakes

For a little tranquillity, take the hire car out to the mountain region of Malaga where El Chorro’s three turquoise lakes sit surrounded by pine forests and absolute silence. A great spot for wildlife, fishing and soaking up the Spanish sun.

2. Mijas

Just a twenty minute drive inland from the Torreblanca coast, this tiny village in the mountains offers you not only a taste of traditional Spain, but of seriously good chocolate. The Mayan Monkey is a tiny shop and factory in this rustic village where you can try your hand (which you will lick clean later) at chocolate making.

3. Horseriding in Casares

Take a break from driving and go riding instead. This is a great way to reach parts of the Andalucian countryside that aren’t accessible by car. The friendly staff at Riding Fun in the Sun will ensure you have a memorable day which is tailored to your riding ability.

4. The Nerja Caves

This is a great way to cool off and give your eyes a rest from squinting in all that glorious sunshine. The Nerja caves extend for five almost kilometres and are home to the world’s largest stalagmite. The caves are so big in fact, that they are used to screen scientific films and host the annual International Festival of Food and Dance. Booking in advance is not usually necessary, but sturdy footwear is.