When people think of a high-end holiday destination on the Costa del Sol, Marbella is usually the first name that comes to mind – and rightly so. Glitz and glamour, million-euro mansions – the place certainly has it all. However, a little further down the coast is another high-end enclave with even more going for it – Sotogrande. This tranquil resort at the far western end of the Costa del Sol likes to keep itself below the radar a bit, but it is no less desirable.
Here you will find a luxurious lifestyle, world-class infrastructure, excellent services and cultural facilities, all packaged in eco-friendly development policies. This has been attracting international property investors with their eye on the future and it is no surprise that new developments are popping up everywhere.
Getting to Estepona & Sotogrande
For those flying into Malaga or Gibraltar, the drive is just an hour along modern highways that wind their way alongside the coastline. From here, it is a short distance to other coastal towns like Mijas and Benalmadena or to the historic city of Seville. The Rock of Gibraltar is also just 15 minutes away by car.
The Trocadero in Estepona is a great restaurant that serves a menu of modern southern Spanish cuisine with a nod to Asia. They also have a lovely outside terrace area where you can enjoy your meal under a Balinese hut-style canopy. The menu includes everything from fresh seafood to grilled meats as well as vegetarian and vegan options. Estepona & Sotogrande