Marbella is a city and resort area on southern Spain’s Costa del Sol, part of the Andalusia region. The Sierra Blanca Mountains are the backdrop to 27 km of sandy Mediterranean beaches, villas, hotels, and golf courses, prestigious nightclubs and coastal estates leads to Puerto Banús marina.
Benahavis is a Spanish mountain village between Marbella, Estepona, and Ronda, 7 km from the coast. Renowned for its restaurants, it is often called the dining room of the Costa del Sol. It holds 9 of the 60 golf courses in the Costa del Sol; that number is expected to increase to 15 in the next decade.
Estepona is one of the few coastal towns that has succeeded in maintaining its pueblo charm and character. Notwithstanding, all the tourist facilities are here, including hotels, restaurants, leisure and cultural activities, and shops.
San Roque | Sotogrande Developments
San Roque possesses important tourist developments with magnificent golf courses, ports and other sports facilities, besides a wonderful hotel and accommodation infrastructure. Particularly worthy of mention is the exclusive residential development of Sotogrande with 5 golf courses .
Manilva is located at the southernwestern edge of the province of Malaga, on the border with Cadiz. The town is split into two parts, the seaside resort and the charming white-washed, sleepy village, located just 3 kilometres up a hill from the coast.
Casares is a gorgeous whitewashed village set in a mountainous landscape with panoramic views down to the Mediterranean sea and across to Gibraltar and the north African coastline. The pueblo is located in the western region of the Costa del Sol, close to the seaside resort of Estepona.
Fuengirola is a town on the Costa del Sol in southern Spain, known for its sandy beaches. South of the city center, the medieval Moorish Sohail Castle towers over the coastline. Fully renovated, it hosts concerts, festivals and a medieval market in summer.