Located in stunning scenery between Estepona and San Pedro Alcantara, tranquil Benahavis is a very popular rural retreat of the super rich. British actor Hugh Grant, rock star Rod Stewart as well as the Russian president Vladimir Putin all own summer homes in Benahavis. The town is nestled in the foothills of the rugged Serrania de Ronda Mountains offering breath-taking views of the Mediterranean and the Guadalmina River. Benahavis is ...Read More
Sitio de Calahonda is a small popular tourist resort located along the coastal road from Marbella to Fuengirola. Calahonda is full of British and German tourists seeking excellent beaches, golf courses and active holidays. The quiet Puerto Cabopino is a popular attraction in Sitio de Calahonda. It’s one of the most beautiful marinas on Costa del Sol. The nearby blue flag sandy Cabopino beach is one the most picturesque beaches ...Read More
Estepona is a small idyllic town on Costa del Sol. It’s conveniently located half an hour drive both from Gibraltar and Marbella. This peaceful city is nestled in the foothills of the Sierra Bermeja Mountains which guard Estepona from rough weather ensuring more than 320 sunny days per year. Estepona boasts very pleaseant and well taken care of beachfront, quite close to the city centre. There is a pretty promenade ...Read More
Fuengirola is a nice holiday resort located just 15 minutes drive from Malaga airport. It’a perfect summer desitnation for everyone: families, couples or singles. Funegoriola boasts some of the best beaches in the area, beautiful yacht-filled marina, good range of restaurants including many British and some good value for money hotels. Fuengirola is a good choice if you want explore Costa del Sol. The town is conveniently located close both ...Read More
Manilva is a small quiet village located just 2 kilometres inland from the coastal town of Sabinillas and Puerto la Duquesa. The town is nestled on a hill overlooking beautiful Costa del Sol and surrounding vineyards and countryside. Hedionda Roman baths is probably the most famous spot in Manilva, located in La Hedonia valley close to Manilva. According to the legends, the sulphuric springs of Hedionda helped Julius Cesar cure his skin infection in ...Read More
Marbella is often compared to the famous Monte Carlo. Recently, Marbella has become a popular destination among celebrities and the affluent. Famous sportsmen, actors, politicians or even members of royal families have their villas here. Marbella has a great cosmopolitan atmosphere. The city is very lively and full of fancy shopping areas, bars and restaurants.The magnificent villas of the rich and famous and their mega-yachts parked in the harbour of ...Read More
Sabinillas is a small town on Costa del Sol, situated on the coastal road between Estepona and Sotogrande. Sabinillas can often be mistaken for Duquesa or Manilva as the three small towns lie just next to each other. Sabinillas is one of the least crowded Costa del Sol beach resorts. The town boasts nearly 8 kms of great sandy beaches. The local beach has been honoured with the prestigious blue ...Read More
Golfer's heaven San Roque is well known for amazing golf courses. One part of San Roque, urbanizacion Alcaidesa, has been turned into a beautiful seaside resort built in an incomparable setting and surrounded by outstanding golf courses. Alcaidesa offers spectacular views of the Strait of Gibraltar and Africa being only 15 km from the popular British enclave of Gibraltar. Breath-taking views, delightful peacefulness and delicate sea breeze. The uniqueness of Alcaidesa golf resort becomes ...Read More
Costa del Sol is a true paradise for golf players. From the hills of Alcaidesa resort overlooking the Strait of Gibraltar to golf courses in Malaga one hundred miles further down the road, one golf course follows another. With more than top quality 50 golf courses, you will be spoilt for choice.
You can fly to Gibraltar and approach Costa del Golf from south, or you can buy a ticket to Malaga if you intend to visit one of north-bound golf courses. Scroll down to see our golf break recommendations.