Casares Costa

Casares Costa, town next to Manilva in the province of Malaga on the Costa del Sol.

Casares Costa belongs to, as the name suggests, Casares; the picturesque white village nestled in the hills above Manilva.

 

Without going into a full on history lesson, the reason why Casares has a ‘Casares Costa’ is that many moons ago, the ‘Casareños’ as the inhabitants of Casares are known, fancied our lovely Manilva beaches and decided to have them some. They kept a section of the beach and the whole area surrounding the main road up to Casares village, looking after all the urbanizations and gorgeous landscape that runs in between.

 

A must do is stopping for lunch in the various (one at the time people!) ‘Ventas’ on the way up to the village. Ventas are traditionally family run restaurants that would cater for lunch and sometimes dinner, usually incorporating local delicacies into their menus, from cheeses to a variety of game to mushrooms when in season.

Casares Costa belongs to, as the name suggests, Casares; the picturesque white village nestled in the hills above Manilva.

 

Without going into a full on history lesson, the reason why Casares has a ‘Casares Costa’ is that many moons ago, the ‘Casareños’ as the inhabitants of Casares are known, fancied our lovely Manilva beaches and decided to have them some. They kept a section of the beach and the whole area surrounding the main road up to Casares village, looking after all the urbanizations and gorgeous landscape that runs in between.

 

Casares Costa belongs to, as the name suggests, Casares; the picturesque white village nestled in the hills above Manilva.

 

Without going into a full on history lesson, the reason why Casares has a ‘Casares Costa’ is that many moons ago, the ‘Casareños’ as the inhabitants of Casares are known, fancied our lovely Manilva beaches and decided to have them some. They kept a section of the beach and the whole area surrounding the main road up to Casares village, looking after all the urbanizations and gorgeous landscape that runs in between.

 

 

A must do is stopping for lunch in the various (one at the time people!) ‘Ventas’ on the way up to the village. Ventas are traditionally family run restaurants that would cater for lunch and sometimes dinner, usually incorporating local delicacies into their menus, from cheeses to a variety of game to mushrooms when in season.

Casares Costa belongs to, as the name suggests, Casares; the picturesque white village nestled in the hills above Manilva.

 

Without going into a full on history lesson, the reason why Casares has a ‘Casares Costa’ is that many moons ago, the ‘Casareños’ as the inhabitants of Casares are known, fancied our lovely Manilva beaches and decided to have them some. They kept a section of the beach and the whole area surrounding the main road up to Casares village, looking after all the urbanizations and gorgeous landscape that runs in between.

 

A must do is stopping for lunch in the various (one at the time people!) ‘Ventas’ on the way up to the village. Ventas are traditionally family run restaurants that would cater for lunch and sometimes dinner, usually incorporating local delicacies into their menus, from cheeses to a variety of game to mushrooms when in season.

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