L'essentiel à moins de 50 km

12 km

THE marina OF Puerto Sotogrande

Sotogrande is the largest private residential development in Andalusia. (Accessible to the public). Some of the richest and most powerful families in Spain have summer homes in Sotogrande. Regulars and residents of Sotogrande include: Tony Blair, Emilio Botin, HRH Prince Louis Alphonse Duke of Anjou, the legitimist pretender to the French throne, ...). Quite a "posh" atmosphere in season.

20 km


Gibraltar is a British Overseas Territory, owned by the United Kingdom since 1704, bordering the Strait of Gibraltar which connects the Mediterranean to the Atlantic Ocean.
Places of interest :

  • Rock of Gibraltar (Meet the Berber macaques)
  • Punta de Europa
  • Moorish castle
  • Ibrahim-al-Ibrahim Mosque

20 km

Puerto de la Duquesa

It is said that the port of La Duquesa is one of the best kept secrets of the Costa del Sol. It is true that it is far from the hustle and bustle of Puerto Banus, Benalmadena or Torremolinos.

Puerto la Duquesa is at first a relatively small place, the marina of la Duquesa is small, which is one of its charms. Don't expect to find the luxury cars or huge yachts that are the bread and butter of Marbella.

30 km

Castillo de Castellar de la frontera

The old village of Castellar de la Frontera is perched on a hill, with a breathtaking view of the Guadarranque reservoir. The history of the village goes back to prehistoric times, after which it became a medieval fortress. It played an important role in the wars between the Spanish and the Muslims.

33 km


Casares is a charming mountain village that has miraculously escaped modernity. Through a labyrinth of narrow streets with white and flowery facades, we climb to the top to admire a breathtaking panorama of the ruins of the fortress, where there is a lovely little white cemetery that is a must-see.

34 km


Estepona is located about 30 km from Marbella, dominated by the Sierra Bermeja. The town consists of the old village: small white houses and many modern buildings. The old town is very charming. (Plaza del Reloj, Plaza de las Flores).
The port, all dressed in white and blue, 2 km from the town centre (towards Manilva) is also worth a visit.
Most of the beaches have Chiringuitos, restaurants on the sand where they serve the Pescaito Frito, the fried fish, speciality of Estepona.

35 KM

Jimena de la Frontera

Somewhat forgotten despite its exceptional beauty, Jimena is located on the eastern edge of the Alcornocales Natural Park. The road passes through a spectacular landscape of holm, cork and red oaks, which only changes when you get close to Jimena. The forest then gives way to the pastures of the fighting bulls. It was here that the Romans founded the town of Oba.

40 KM


Tarifa is located in the extreme south of Spain, at the entrance to the Strait of Gibraltar. The African coast, 14 km away, offers a mythical view of the Moroccan Rif mountains. Authentic Andalusian village, high tourist place, the abundance of wind and a large beach (10 km of white sand) makes it one of the most popular places for Kite-surfing, Windsurfing and gliding in general. You have to enter the old town through the gates, the atmosphere is really special, very "babacool". Numerous squares, narrow streets and restaurants... not to be missed!

46 km


In the middle of the Sierra de Ronda, the white houses and typical streets of Gaucín cling to a rocky outcrop. You can enjoy an impressionistic palette of colours: red poppies, mimosa yellow, purple wild orchids, green olive trees, pale pink almond blossom. Gaucin is famous for its international artist community.