Rincon Sol

4 out of 5 stars4 Stars

Avenida del Mediterraneo, 174, Rincon de la Victoria, Malaga, Costa del Sol, 29730, Spain
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Value Score Great Value!

Costs 26% less than similarly rated 4 star hotels

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  • Families42
  • Couples58
  • Solo0
  • Business66

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visa to enter morocco

by youngtraveller84

hi.. im going to andalucia this december..

i saw a few excursion to Tangier Morocco from Malaga /Costa del sol..
i am Malaysian n i know Malaysian requires visa to enter Morocco..

Do i have to do a visa before i go there? or can i get the visa/ day pass at the border?

hope anyone can help.. thanks

Re: visa to enter morocco

by windcity

You need to get your visa from a Moroccan consulate in Spain or Malaysia. Allow some time for the process. Visas are not issued at the border.

Re: visa to enter morocco

by Belsaita

You already got the answer about the visa. I want just to ass a comment: If you are thinking on a daytrip, IMHO these are usually not worth the time, money and hassle, to just spend a few hours in one of the less authentic and most un-interesting cities in Morocco (don't get me wrong, Tangiers has some interest, but not where you get to see in one of these tours, aimed to get as much money from tourists as possible).

In case you can sort the visa issue, consider doing the trip on your own from Algeciras or Tarifa (it's cheaper and very easy) and once in Morocco head for instance to Assilah, a truly beautiful seaside town (very touristy too, but with lots of charm)

Re: visa to enter morocco

by youngtraveller84

owh.. thank u very much.. is there any possibility that they can just give us like custom pass for a day trip?

Re: visa to enter morocco

by Belsaita

No, you can't get a visa/pass at the border.

Travel Tips for Málaga

LA FAROLA - THE LIGHTHOUSE

by LoriPori

The Lighthouse or LA FAROLA is one of the best-known features of Malaga and can be seen in my picture of the Malaga Harbour.
Its name in Spanish is unusual, the feminine La Farola, as the word for lighthouse ( El Faro ) is normally masculine. The building itself is 21.64 metres high and it dominates Malaga Port.

Ordering a Coffee in Malaga

by blint

Cadiz is only a couple of hours away by car, but I was astonished how much can change from one place to another. Simple things like ordering a coffee are different. I am referring to the names people call the different types of coffee and the sizes.

In Malaga the size of your average cup (or should I say glass as they are usually served as so) of coffee is much larger than that which I am accustomed to in Cadiz or in fact other parts of Spain. Maybe it is the British or American influence but coffee here is milkier and weaker.

You are often asked if you want a normal (large) coffee or a shorter one (smaller and to me more normal sized one).

If you are offered a Sombra (shaded coffee) this is a smaller coffee, but still very milky. In Cadiz we would call it a manchado (stained coffee).

For your general interest and that of our beloved president, a coffee here usually costs 1,40 euros. I didn't notice that it was cheaper to order a smaller coffee.

SIERRA DE MIJAS IN FULL SPLENDOUR

by ALSAGOFF

This picture of Mijas Mountain was taken by my travelling companion. The mountain is just a couple of blocks from our resort in Costa Del Sol. You can see the mountains from most parts of Costa Del Sol.

If you're lucky enough to have a driver's license

by shutterlust

Best way of getting around Malaga, Spain is to rent a car. It may seem like a lot of money, but to get around, it'll be easier and more convenient. There isn't much in the way of public transportation, especially to and from the airport, where taxis will cost nearly as much.

Of course, this is more economical if you're traveling with other people. My family rented a car and we used it all the time, since we're not the types to sit on a beach for weeks and weeks.

Meat anyone ?

by sue_stone about La Posada

We had a huge, delicious lunch at La Posada, mainly consisting of meat, meat and more meat.

The restaurant, not surprisingly specialises in grilled meats the shoulder of lamb was huge and yum.

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 Rincon Sol

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Address: Avenida del Mediterraneo, 174, Rincon de la Victoria, Malaga, Costa del Sol, 29730, Spain