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Marbella

Marbella

Marbella and Puerto Banus are the Spanish equivalent of Monte Carlo, and Saint Tropez in the south of France.Marbella is synonymous with the hedonist world of the jet set. Since its meteoric rise to fame. Marbella has ended never ceased to set itself above its fellow resorts along the coast, by continuing to cultivate its image as a playground of the rich and famous with their luxury yachts and glamorous life style.It is the usual holiday spot for the national and international famous people or the aristocrat family, A...

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White Andalusian Villages

White Andalusian Villages

West of Málaga  is the most popular part of the Costa del Sol, which attracts mass of tourism to the crowded and lively resorts of Marbella  Fuengirola etc. But this long ribbon of holiday development, backed by wonderful mountain scenery, has lots more to offer. There are many of remote cliff top white villages and towns scattered across the peaks and valley inland from the coast.  All those lovely villages are part of the Moorish heritage of Andalusia. They are built in the pure Moorish style a...

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Estepona

Estepona

Estepona is certainly a friendly place to stay and over the years has succeeded  in maintaining its village charm with lots of character.Surrounded by nature, but with a buzzing city center, a fishing port and lots of tradition and folklore.   Mainly located around Calle Terraza and Calle real, features lovely narrows streets, whitewashed town houses and  pretty squares. The “Plaza de las Flores” is the heart of this little white village, perfectly maintained with lovely fl...

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Marbella Beach Guide

Marbella Beach Guide

The Marbella city is at only 15 km from Estepona and its coast stretches over 27 km of gold sandy Beaches Marbella beaches start at the Easter coastline in Guadalmina ( San Pedro de Alcántara ) include Puerto Banus  and Marbella city center beaches but  this is  at the West part of Marbella that the best spot are waiting for you. Miles of fine Golden sand,good gastronomical offer in many of  beach club and chiringuitos .From the Torre real to  Cabopino port  you will find plent...

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Places to visit

Places to visit

  The Costa del Sol is all about year-round fun and sun. The essential ingredients are here: sandy beaches, entertainment and plenty interesting places to visit. The Coastline falls into two parts with Málaga forming the divide between the western an eastern sections. The most developed and best known area is west Málaga.This part of the coastline boast the most famous places in Spain for their glamour Marbella and Puerto Banus. Smaller, typically Spanish towns as Estepona, San pedro..  etc all alo...

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Estepona Beach Guide & Chiringuitos

Estepona Beach Guide & Chiringuitos

Estepona Beach Guide and Chiringuitos: Estepona’s low and Sandy coastline streches over 21km of coast, offering a total of 17 unspoilt beaches to visit and enjoy. The two beaches of Estepona city “La Rada” and “Cristo Beach “ are a real pleasure to enjoy close the city. Please see all details in Estepona information. There are many more beaches located East and West of the city that we detailed in our guide beach: as Costa natura beach, el Saladillo beach, el padron  etc What is...

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Golf Courses

Golf Courses

FLAMINGO GOLF CLUB   This spectacular golf course opened in 2001 is situated in one of the most beautiful enclaves of the Costa del Sol, the Villa Padierna 5* Hotel where for the little story Michèle Obama spend her holiday in 2010. From each of  its 18 holes, players enjoy breathtaking views of the Mediterranean sea, Africa and Gibraltar. The Arroyo del Taraje stream passes through Flamingos Golf and ends in a lake. The vegetation has been taken into consideration right down to the smallest d...

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