While Marbella is known for glitz and glamour, Sotogrande epitomizes the essence of sophistication and tranquillity. Located in the San Roque municipal area, it is only 15 minutes from Gibraltar Airport and one hour from Málaga International and Jerez Airports.
Estepona, once a small fishing and farming village is now a bustling community and tourist destination located West of San Pedro in the direction of Algeciras. Although very popular with visitors, it has managed to retain much of it's local Spanish charm and offers a more traditional holiday experience than in its more glamorous neighbours further along the coast.
San Pedro de Alcántara and adjacent residential area Guadalmina, are in an ideal location that caters to a different type of Costa del Sol resident. This area is just 10 km west of dazzling Marbella, 2 km from Puerto Banús, and a mere few minutes from the spectacular beauty of the Sierra de Ronda Mountains. This authentic Spanish town has an appeal unmatched on the Costa del Sol.
Puerto Banús (The Port) is known around the world as a jet setters paradise. Situated to the West of Marbella, it is visited by approximately 5 million people each year. Within the port one will find the most exclusive designer boutiques, the biggest and most expensive yachts on the planet, extraordinarily luxurious cars and it's especially also known for its glamorous nightlife.
Marbella is known around the world as a luxurious and beautiful destination. Located just 45 minutes from Pablo Picasso International Airport in Málaga; Marbella is easily accessible and visited by hundreds of thousands of tourists every year.
El Rosario is predominantly a residential area with many beautiful private villas, town houses and apartments. Located midway between Marbella and Calahonda, more precisely between the Santa Clara and Las Chapas areas of the Marbella municipality, this urbanisation is fully equipped with its own international school, tennis club, restaurants and beauty salon.
Calahonda is the largest residential development between Fuengirola and Marbella which has grown to such an extent that it almost qualifies as a town. Situated only 15 minutes from Marbella centre (off the A-7 and the AP-7 Motorway) and approximately 35 kilometres from Málaga and its international airport, Calahonda officially belongs to Mijas whereas Cabopino to Marbella municipality.
La Cala de Mijas translates into ‘The Cove of Mijas' was once an old fishing village known as one of the few parts of the coast relatively untainted by mass tourism. La Cala has now grown enough to offer all the necessary amenities for a good quality of life.
Fuengirola is known on the coast as a major tourist area. It has more than 8 kms of beaches and all the amenities required for a fantastic holiday.