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Where is Marbella? Marbells is known around the world as a luxurious and beautiful destination. It is situated on the Mediterranean Sea, in the province of Málaga, beneath the La Concha mountain. Marbella is only 45 minutes from Pablo Picasso International Airport in Málaga, easily accessible and visited by hundreds of thousands of tourists every year. This cosmopolitan city is...
Nueva Andalucia is a residential area that was developed evoking a new Andalusian village with modern apartments and villas, hence the name. It stretches inland from the sea, has a couple of lovely lakes, backdropped by the imposing La Concha Mountain and offers some of the finest golf courses in Spain. Nueva Andalucía is ideally situated, just a few minutes drive from the glitz and glamour of Marbella and...
Where is Puerto Banus? Puerto José Banús is the famous port that is known around the world as the jetsetters paradise. It is located just West of Marbella in the area of Nueva Andalucía. See the location on our map of Puerto Banús. The setting is close to ideal, with its impressive mountain backdrop and ocean views. Puerto Banús was developed in 1970 by José...
San Pedro is considered a first-class tourist resort, home to a number of luxury housing complexes, golf courses and excellent beaches, while still retaining features of its colonial past. The people of this area reflect the regional culture of Southern Spain. However an exclusive residential area, located within the prestigious Guadalmina golf course, is home to some of the long established millionaires on...
Sotogrande comprises a 20 square kilometre stretch from the Mediterranean Sea, into the Sierra Almenaramountains. The town offers contrasting views of ocean, mountain, forests, green fairways, the Rock of Gibraltar and the North African Coastline. Sotogrande is fast becoming the place to be seen on the Costa del Sol, there is a distinct feeling of elegance and luxury about the place which makes for a...
Calahonda - The Tropical Coast Calahonda is a beautiful coastal town, located east of Carchuna and only 15 minutes away from Marbella centre and around 35 kilometres from Málaga. It is the largest residential area between Fuengirola and Marbella. It stands out as one of the most interesting tourist spots of the Tropical Coast of Granada, for its beautiful beaches and good conditions for diving. In...
Estepona is the Costa del Sol's most westerly resort and lies 75 km from Malaga airport at the foot of the Sierra Bermeja mountains. Once a small fishing village Estepona has developed as a mainly Spanish resort offering more traditional holiday experience than in its more glamorous neighbours further along the coast. Estepona is a perfect resort for families and people looking for a quiet holiday...
Benahavis - Dining room of Costa del Sol Benahavis is a Spanish mountain village situated between Marbella, Estepona, and Ronda, where it is located seven kilometers from the coast. Renowned for its restaurants, it is often called the dining room of the Costa del Sol. Benahavis holds nine of the 70 golf courses in the Costa del Sol.
Where is Benalmádena? is a town and municipality in the province of Málaga, part of the autonomous community of Andalusia in southern Spain. The municipality is situated approximately 12 km to the west of the city of Málaga, on the southern coast between Torremolinos and Fuengirola. It has a population of approximately 53,000 residents, but also caters for a large number of...
Cadiz, Spain beats to the rhythm of the waves along its shores. This “Little Silver Cup” has a lot going for it – a humorous, fun-loving people, dazzling beaches, museums, music, plus a whole lot more.
Mijas is one of the most famous traditional "white" villages in Spain, overlooking the Mediterranean sea. Mijas pueblo is definitely a jewel on the Costa del Sol and famous for its exuberant festivals, easter processions and donkey taxis.
Ancient and cosmopolitan Malaga still is one of the primary force in the Andalusian tourist industry, keeping alive its tradition of a welcoming and creative land. Maritime Malaga on the coast where winter never comes; and with a mountain vocation inland, where nature is displayed in all its splendour. White villages with their attractive architecture, wrapped in romantic legend, bring points of...
Tarifa is the meeting point between the Atlantic and the Mediterranean and it is the windsurfing capital of Europe. The distance from Marbella to Tarifa is approximately 80 km and its the best weekend escape - it's laid back and and easy going!
Manilva is a municipality that is located on the coast at the southwesternmost edge of the Spanish province of Málaga on its border with the province of Cádiz in southern Andalusia.(map) The municipality covers an area of 35 square km and about 17,000 full time residents and a further 14,000 who reside here on a temporary basis or have holiday homes.