If I should say at this point where I would like to be on the Costa del Sol, the answer would be Sitio de Calahonda. The small discreet and chic city facing Mediterranean Sea, with large spaces and white villas in Andalusian style, enveloped in the sparkling smell of oleanders and sprinkled with candle-shaped or cauliflower trees.
If I have to describe this in pictures, the story would look like that:
And if I had the pleasure of dining on the beach, I would go to Restaurante La Viborilla in Torrequebrada. I would stop first inside, staring for a long time at the ceiling covered with colored ceramic jugs, caught in the fishing net into an ingenious decoration.
Then I would sit at a table on the small terrace overlooking the wild beach and the blue of the sea lying among the palm leaves, asking for a glass of red dry wine and Jamón con Melón (Serrano ham and melon). And listen to the music of sea waves.
Photo credits: personal archive Ruxandra Chiurtu