Sometimes it feels like I can't get out of Spain, which is sort of ironic, considering I never stop complaining every time I have to take a trip to the sunny southern country. My mum always teases my about all my complaining, pointing out that it is indeed a very great trial to have to put up with the amazing sun, the fabulous beaches and the incomparable art and culture.
I feel she may have a point somewhere, but I fail to see it as I'm dragged to plan yet another trip to the Iberian Peninsula. I might even work up a tan this time!I'm going for work, which is both dull and inconvenient, but I thought I might take the opportunity to do a little travelling over the weekend. Since I'm already there. ;) I intend to pick up a car hire in Malaga
and get out of the city as fast as I possibly can. I hate Malaga! It's always crowded with boisterous foreigners and nice friendly locals who'd love nothing more than to guide me around, show me the best attractions and offer me exquisite delicacies that keep me coming from more! How dare they! ;)And all the architecture, and the art, and the culture! Talk about showing off! So off I go with my car hire in Spain
, just me and the open road! Spain is truly gorgeous, once you get out of the big cities and just take the time to get lost in the lovely countryside. And don't even get me started on that coast! Just long stretches of nothing but white sand and the blue warm waters of the Mediterranean.
I've got half a mind to just find myself a nice secluded beach away from civilization and spend two glorious days basking under the generous Spanish sun. It sure seems friendlier than its English counterpart. ;) But if that fails, I need suggestions of what else to do, so keep them coming. ;) What are your favourite secluded spots in the Costa del Sol, the best hidden secrets of one of the Europe's most popular destinations?