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Best things to do in Costa Tropical

Nature Preserve
“Stunning location with wild Ibex and sea views beautiful beaches, hidden coves, great restaurants.”
31local recommendations
Administrative Area Level 3
“A beautiful, largely unspoiled stretch of coastline with its own micro-climate”
15local recommendations
“This is a lovely clothing-optional beach in a natural park. Swimming here is amazing because there are lots and lots of fish! Great beach restaurant too. Note that in the summer you need to park just off the highway and take a bus down the hill to the beach.”
21local recommendations
General Entertainment
“It is one of the last unspoiled sites in Spain. The castle dates back to the Morish time. Salobrena was like Granada one of the last towns reconquered by the Spanish Catholics in the 15th century. ”
13local recommendations
“Beautiful seaside town with a nice beach, old town, and lot´s of places to eat. ”
15local recommendations
“Absolutely beautiful, typical Andalusian white-washed little mountain villages in the Sierra Nevada. Great local products (handicraft, ham and sausages, goat cheese, honey, chocolates, fig bread and other sweets, etc.)”
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“The path that leads down the side of the San Miguel castle and back into town brings you out into the small but lovely Majuelo Botanical Gardens. This shaded, verdant little paradise is home to more than 200 species of sub-tropical plants, trees and flowers from all over the world. Particularly noticeable as you wander around these immaculately-maintained gardens are the Sabal Palm (from Cuba and Florida) and other varieties of the same species from Central America, the Philippines and New Zealand. ”
17local recommendations
Amusement Park
“The only salt water aqua park in Spain, Aquatropic’s rides, slides and attractions will entertain adults as well as kids for hours. Water park classics such as the Zig Zag, Kamikaze and Wave Pools are on offer alongside amusements with rather more tantilising names: Black Hole or Whirlwind, anyone? When you need a break from the water-themed larking about, there are plenty of places to head to refreshment, including a self service restaurant and bar and a waffle kiosk. ”
12local recommendations
Mediterranean Restaurant
“Some of the best tapas in the village, the original location is a mature, classy setting favoured by locals.”
11local recommendations
“Tipico bar de pescadores. Las tapas son de pescado fresco y super economico Typical fisher bar. It has fresh fish tapas. ”
9local recommendations
Natural Feature
“Amazing beach on the Costa Tropical, go to our website for a full guide of all the best beaches in the area”
9local recommendations
“One of my favorite restaurants in Salobreña. Nice paellas and fish. Also sangria :-)”
9local recommendations
“This iconic nightclub ranks among the top in Spain, due to its incredible atmosphere, live music, and fabulous outdoor back garden. The scene gets going around 1am...”
8local recommendations
Mediterranean Restaurant
“Por sus tapas, su comida, por su decoración, la modernidad y por supuesto por su camareros y propietarios. Un saludo a todos.”
5local recommendations
Spanish Restaurant
“Set in a beautiful square, the most fabulous food and lovely host. We go at least twice every holiday. I can recommend the goat cheese starter to share (it's dreamy and also very big)”
9local recommendations
“This 18 whole golf club is situated closeby at the Playa Granada de Motril with a good restaurant directly at the seaside”
8local recommendations