On the southern coast of Andalucía, Sotogrande is the chosen destination for residents and visitors alike seeking to reconnect with family, friends, and themselves. Its understated elegance provides contrast and a change of pace, allowing you to enjoy life with no pretences. The nearest airport is just across the border in Gibraltar and less than fifteen minutes away by car, while Malaga International Airport which is the busiest airport is approximately an hour away by car.
Sotogrande offers what few if any other coastal resort can match: Polo, water sports, equestrian activities, tournament standard golf courses, beach clubs extraordinaire, restaurants that rival Puerto Banús, Dubai or any other premiere destination.
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.