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La Zagaleta
Enjoying a wonderful location in the mountains just above Marbella with views to the shimmering Mediterranean Sea, Gibraltar and the coast of North Africa, the name La Zagaleta is synonymous to the world of luxury, privacy and security.
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Fuengirola
"Fuengirola has all the benefits of a big town together with some of the region’s best kept beaches. Being a working fishing town, the sea food is to die for as well. A household name across Europe, Fuengirola is famed for its miles of beautifully tended beaches, a thriving nightlife and shopping to rival any of Spain’s major cities. Look a little closer and you’ll see that this is more than just another package holiday destination."
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Guadalmina
Guadalmina is a beach- and mountainside community, divided by the main coastal road (A7) and provides a of all property types, and is equally reached from Estepona, San Pedro de Alcantara.
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Caseres
Casares is the perfect place for people in search of traditional Andalusian village life, this classic ‘pueblo blanco’ is rich in history, beauty and culture and within easy reach of the coast.
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Mijas
A traditional Andalucian ‘pueblo blanco’ where charming cobbled streets, whitewashed houses and hidden squares extend behind an ancient Moorish wall with a panorama to die for. On a good day in Mijas you’ll look out across the coastline below, all the way across to the coast of Africa.
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Nueva Andalucia
Nueva Andalucia is a leafy residential area of luxury villas and apartments located in southern Spain in the municipality of Marbella. The area enjoys a sub-tropical Mediterranean climate of hot summers and warm winters, with cooling breezes from the sea tempering the summer heat.
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Benahavis
A traditional Andalusian mountain village with all the benefits you would expect of its proximity to upscale Marbella. Beautiful scenery, golf and gourmet food are on your doorstep.
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Mijas Costa
Mijas Costa is one of the most popular destinations in Spain, so come if you’re looking for a lively location plus all the comforts of home while bathed in glorious sunshine.
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Manilva
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Torrox Costa
Torrox Costa is a popular seaside resort, which is linked to Torrox Pueblo, which is 4 kilometres inland from the coastal area. The area is very popular with tourists during the summer, but still hasn’t got as built up as some of its counterparts of the Costa del Sol. Around town Much of this resort is made up of modern apartment blocks, which are mainly owned by Spanish and German nationals, who have their second residence here. It’s definitely not a package holiday resort and the life is a lot more refined and laid-back than some of the other busier resorts. Much of the Torrox’s amenities: bars, restaurants and shops, can be found on the main Paseo Maritimo (promenade). During the summer market stalls set up selling various arts, crafts and souvenirs and there are supermarkets and banks in town for your convenience. If you like to keep up with your exercise routine whilst on holiday then Torrox Costa offers you lots of fitness options, including installations for football, basketball, volleyball, aerobic, tennis, swimming and much more. Beaches Torrox Costa boasts the beautiful blue flag beach of El Peñoncillo, where there is a nautical school where windsurfing and canoeing can be practiced. Places to visit The whole of the beautiful Axarquia region is a great place to explore if you enjoy rambling and getting out into the great outdoors and away from the droves of the coastal towns. Plus the Sierra Nevada and the historical city of Granada are just one hour’s drive away. All year long, cultural and leisure activities take place in Torrox Costa, including theatre, exhibitions, music concerts, flamenco and traditional dance. Eating out and Nightlife Torrox Costa offers a wide selection of good eateries and bars, the main leisure area being along the Paseo Maritimo and the side streets leading to the beach. During the summer, some bars along the coast offer music shows and flamenco performances. And for the young at heart, there are a selection of pubs and discos. On the blue flag beach of "El Peñoncillo" there is a nautical school where windsurfing and canoeing can be practised. Besides there are almost infinite possibilities for trekking or mountain cycling. Cuisine The cuisine in Torrox is typical of the Axarquia region; specialties include Ajoblanco con Uvas (Garlic Soup with Grapes), Chota a la Cazadora (Kid in Almond Sauce), Cordero Asado al Horno (Roast Marinated Lamb) and sweet Churros, fried dough sticks, a bit like donuts, dipped in hot chocolate, delicious! Climate It is said that the whole Torrox region enjoys one of the best climates in Europe, as it is sheltered by the Sierra Tejada and Sierra Almijara Mountains.
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Torre del Mar
Torre del Mar (20,000 inhabitants) is located on the coast and has a lovely wide boulevard with a characteristic lighthouse. This covers almost 4 kilometers and has - quite special in Spain - a nice smooth bike path! Officially, the city is part of Velez-Malaga. This is the capital of La Axarquia (eastern part of the province of Malaga), but Torre del Mar is located south of the A7 highway. From Malaga Airport it is about a 30-40 minute drive. The center is fairly straightforward and not very old. It has a number of nice shopping streets with many individual shops. So not too much franchise. Torre del Mar is becoming increasingly popular with foreign tourists and home buyers. It has a lot to offer; good beaches, the regional hospital, the shopping mall, a water park, golf course, good infrastructure, etc. On the other hand, you will find relatively fewer foreign holidaymakers in Torre del Mar and tourism is largely based on Spaniards from cities such as Malaga, Cordoba, Granada and Madrid . Golf course Baviera Golf Torre del Mar Baviera Golf is the only golf course on the eastern Costa del Sol between Rincon de la Victoria and Motril. It offers 18 holes and beautiful views over the Mediterranean. Baviera Golf was designed by star player José María Cañizares, with a record 5 tournaments on the European circuit, 2 world championships, and several entries in the Ryder Cup. Around the golf course, various new residential areas have been developed for enthusiasts in various price ranges. Baviera Golf is open daily from 08:00 to 20:00 and there are regular workshops and lessons. Caleta de Velez The coastal town of Caleta de Velez is located east of Torre del Mar and also falls under the Municipality of Velez-Malaga. It has 3,700 inhabitants and the main feature of Caleta is the industrial fishing port with fish market. This one is nice to visit, especially because a number of very good seafood restaurants have settled around the harbour. These buy their fresh fish specialties directly from the auction, so you get a lot of value for money. Almayate Almayate - west of Torre del Mar - has 1,800 inhabitants and consists of Almayate Costa and Almayate pueblo. It is best known for its nudist campsite and nudist beach. There are also several riding stables on the beach where you can take horse riding lessons or book a lovely ride on the beach. You can also go karting in this place along the N340 coastal road.
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Puerto Banus
Puerto Banus is Marbella’s famous port, nicknamed the St Tropez of Andalucia, it’s a Mecca for the rich and famous and is home to one of the largest luxury shopping centres in Spain.
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Marbesa
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Marbella
Loved for its glamour, golf and a golden mile of hotels, clubs and casinos, Marbella is popular for good reason; sheltered by a coastal mountain range, you’ll be basking in a microclimate which provides an average annual temperature of 18°c and enjoys amazing views of the sea and mountains.
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Casares
Casares is the perfect place for people in search of traditional Andalusian village life, this classic ‘pueblo blanco’ is rich in history, beauty and culture and within easy reach of the coast.
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Cancelada
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Torrox Pueblo
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Benalmadena
Benalmadena is one of the Costa del Sol’s most popular resort towns for good reason. It comes with everything you might expect from this part of Spain: great weather all year round, access to a coastline packed with fabulous beaches and a marina to rival the glamour of Marbella further to the west.
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Estepona
Estepona is a traditional fishing town turned resort with a distinctly Andalucian look and feel. Walk past whitewashed buildings festooned with stunning blue and pink flowers towards the sea front and take in life around one of the numerous chiringuitos (beach bars) serving fresh fish and paella.
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Malaga
Málaga city is not just the gateway to the Costa del Sol, it’s filled with art, historical sites, modern shops, beaches and some of the best food in the world.
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Sotogrande
Sotogrande is a discreet, enigmatic and leafy enclave for people seeking exclusivity, privacy and facilities well away from the throngs of busier resorts.
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Torremolinos
Torremolinos is perfect for anyone looking for a well-established expat community, beautiful beaches and easy access to the Costa del Sol’s major attractions.
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Calahonda
Calahonda is situated between Marbella and Fuengirola and is an area chiefly developed for tourism, with extensive apartment blocks and timeshare facilities stretching from the coast into the hills behind.

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