Areas of the Costa del Sol

The Costa del Sol is well-known as an exclusive resort area popular with glamorous visitors from across Europe. Its attraction is above all its lifestyle, even beyond the spotlight of lively Puerto Banus and other meeting points of the rich and famous. The diversity of the region is such that a round of golf in la Zagaleta can be followed by a game of polo in Sotogrande, horse riding on the beach of Cabopino, and even skiing in the Sierra Nevada. To assist you in visualising each area we present here information about the various Costa del Sol locations, arranged alphabetically. Discover:

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Manilva is a municipality on the western side of the Malaga province. It is bordered by wonderful vineyards of Moscatel Grapes, which are mainly used for making sweet wine for which Manilva is famous for. Manilva's strategic position, close to the entrance to the Mediterranean, has resulted in a long history of settlement in the area going back to the Stone Age. In recent years traces of these early settlers has been found in caves in the Sierra Utrera, a ridge of limestone which runs behind the town. There is also a historically important Bronze Age hill fort which is currently the subject of a programme of excavations, as well as some remarkably well-preserved Roman sulphur baths. The beaches in the Manilva area are some of the best on the Costa del Sol, and remain fairly uncrowded during the summer months.

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Guadalmina is a well developed community near San Pedro de Alcantara, divided into Guadalmina Alta and Guadalmina Baja. The urbanisation has two 18 hole golf courses and three hotels, including Hotel Guadalmina Spa & Golf Resort. San Jose private school is within Guadalmina Baja and Calpe College and Mayfair Academy is nearby. Guadalmina Shopping Centre provides all amenities and services and includes a large supermarket, banks, numerous restaurants and cafés, and other shops. The local beach is Playa Guadalmina and nearby are the Roman Baths of San Pedro.

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Selwo is a quiet residential area east of Estepona. It is located slightly uphill with panoramic sea and mountain views, and is close to golf courses and countryside. Ideal for escaping the city buzz into a refreshing rural area, while still only 3 minutes from the beach. The popular safari park Selwo is the main nearby attraction.

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Costa del Sol

With a climate and quality of life that is amongst the best in Europe, this region at the southern tip of the continent remains a place where easy living is possible, yet it also offers a range of increasingly sophisticated services that add modern conveniences to a gentle pace of life. Still glamorous, the Costa del Sol has come of age, offering the kind of professional and support services that make it possible to run your business from here or commute to the rest of Europe.

From cosmopolitan Marbella, with its broad offer of cuisine, beach clubs, luxurious hotels and health spas, it is a short step into a land rich in culture and charm, where the pulse of the real Andalucia still beats in ancient cities like Granada, Sevilla and Cordoba. It is this diversity, coupled with contemporary conveniences and a unique setting that makes this such a desired corner of Europe.