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Cities on the Costa Del Sol

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  • Mijas

    Málaga, Spain
    Mijas is a municipality that covers 3 very different areas. Mijas Pueblo, also known as the white village, is a small idyllic mountain village in the mountains behind Fuengirola. Las Lagunas is a well developed residential and commercial area, positioned just next to Fuengirola. The last area that is included in Mijas, is 12 km of coastline, normally referred to as Mijas Costa. On this coastline you will find many smaller urbanisations like El Chapparel, Calahonda, Riveria del sol and more. The entire coastline is well developed and you can find rustic villas, modern villas, new and old apartments, new developments – everything. Please note that properties listed with location Mijas Costa can be anywhere between Fuengirola and Marbella. Read more »
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  • Ojen

    Málaga, Spain
    Ojén, located in the mountains above Marbella, remains traditional and unspoiled in spite of its relative proximity to evolving cities. The village is known for its beauty and tranquility. It's situated beside the Almadán stream above the Rio Real valley, at an altitude of 200 meters. The old part of the town, which is spread along the mountainside provides greater interest to the visitors of the old village. Here, cobbled, narrow streets serve as a warming welcome, along with traditional drinking fountains around the village. Although, Ojén used to be famous for something slightly stronger than water. The production of the anise liqueur, known as aguardiente, a common morning delight for many Spaniards together with their morning coffee. Which once played a prominent role in the town's economy, making it worth a visit to the village's Wine Museum. Read more »
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  • San Pedro Alcantara

    Málaga, Spain
    As you enter San Pedro you find what is probably the most typical Spanish town left on the Costa del Sol, kept very clean with a central shopping area, quiet parks and squares and beautiful gardens. When you take the main road to the Nueva Alcántara area you reach the very long, newly constructed promenade and the long, wide beaches, where there are many new developments taking shape. Read more »
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  • San Roque

    Cádiz, Spain
    Situated as it between two continents, the sea and the ocean and three cultures; Spanish, British and Arabic - colours and flavours abound. The surrounding area offers spectacular and contrasting landscapes of sea and ocean beaches, as well as lush countryside alive with wild life. It is a paradise for those who enjoy water sports, rock climbing, golf, paddle tennis, polo and much more. In the municipality of San Roque there are no less than 6 golf courses. It is also home to Sotogrande - one of the most luxurious sports and residential developments of Europe - a Mecca for golfers, polo players and those who enjoy living life to the full. Read more »
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  • Sotogrande

    Cádiz, Spain
    Sotogrande is well known as an architectural showcase on the Costa del Sol, with styles varying from the traditional Andalucian to mid century modern, all the way through 21st century design and even more unusual designs, including moorish/mudejar style homes and even a Swiss chalet. In 2008 the local government declared three buildings as of cultural interest, protecting them from reform or demolition. These architectural gems were the Biddle House, by Francisco Javier Carvajal, the Zóbel house by José Antonio Coderch, and the Real Club de Golf by Luis Gutierrez Soto. Read more »
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  • Torremolinos

    Málaga, Spain
    A location of settlement for one of the oldest civilizations in the Mediterranean, has made Torremolinos today one of the Costa del Sol's prime destinations. Torremolinos provides an excellent coastline, combined with a pleasant climate year round, just to name a few of the attractions that this Andalusian town has to offer. The history of Torremolinos has developed profound local flavours, in areas such as the seafarers' district, La Carihuela. Over the years, the town still manages to enjoy it's traditional fairs, and festivals to the fullest. The local cuisine also cannot be ignored, as dishes such as “pescaíto” frito (fried fish) for example, serve as their star attraction. Torremolinos, is also located only 12 kilometres from Málaga, meaning a very close proximity to the airport. Read more »
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