Halfway between Marbella and Gibraltar (Gibraltar is only 32 km and Marbella 43 km away) is located Puerto Duquesa in Manilva, being the westernmost port on the Costa del Sol. The area is also known as “the other Costa del Sol”, because there still exist vast spaces of nature among vine fields.
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The urbanization Cabopino is one of the best known of Marbella, due to its beautiful Marina and the protected Artola Dunes. Located in the eastern part of Marbella, about 13 km from the city centre in an environment of pine forests and beaches of dunes, Cabopino is one of the paradisiacal places of Marbella, located […]Read more
In this article we will concentrate especially on the border aspect of Gibraltar as well as some useful tips for transportation. Travelling by car to Gibraltar may have serious drawbacks among which are outstanding the long queues both into and out from the Rock. We detail the arrival by car and then point out other […]Read more
In the eastern Costa del Sol, in the heart of the mountainous area known as Axarquía, lies the beautiful white village of Torrox. Like all villages in this area, Torrox has a strong Muslim heritage, with narrow streets and whitewashed houses, but also this municipality stands out above the others, being known for having the […]Read more
The beautiful white village of Benahavis is a hidden jewel situated in the mountains between Marbella, Estepona and Serrania de Ronda, just 7 kilometres from the bustling Costa del Sol. At the same time the town has preserved all its authenticity of a mountain village of Arab origin, its territory is home to the most […]Read more
Nueva Andalucia is the name of a large estate in the municipality of Marbella, bounded by the rivers Rio Verde in the east and Rio Guadaiza in the west. It is probably one of the best luxury residential areas of Marbella, privilegedly located between sea and mountains.