Madrid, the national capital, is situated 260 miles (418 kilometers) north of Calahonda, while Granada is 30 miles (48 kilometers) to the north.
It comes as no surprise that the area around Calahonda is such a hotspot for vacationers from across the globe; the region is dotted with terrific cities, attractions and landscapes. While here, consider a trip to the Poqueira Gorge and Mulhacen in Capileira, about 18 miles (29 kilometers) to the south of Calahonda.
Rent a vehicle and head out to Nerja, a regional center, situated about 25 miles (40 kilometers) from Calahonda. The place has a wide range of points of interest, including Canuelo Beach, Nerja Beach and Balcon de Europa. Nerja Caves, Salon Beach and Burriana Beach are also well-worth checking out before heading back to Calahonda.
Spend the time to delve deeper into Andalucia by understanding its history. A great place to begin is by visiting the area's historically significant ruins. Stimulate your mind by visiting Andalucia's great history museums, art museums and art galleries.
Hop into your snow gear and have a go at skiing or snowboarding. Both of these are popular with locals and tourists alike. Get some down time upon the water by going wind surfing or kite surfing.
When it's time to leave this special place, say a fond Adiós (farewell) to the characters you have met and the places you've seen.