Sotogrande, Cadiz, Overview
At the western end of Malaga´s Costa del Sol, but actually within the municipality of San Roque in Cadiz Province, is Sotogrande, one of the most luxurious sports and residential developments in Europe. Its 2,500 hectares (6,178 acres) encompass all the amenities you could imagine to complement the Polo, Golf and beach clubs, world class marina and incredible bars and restaurants. All this makes Sotogrande a unique experience for residents and visitors alike.
Off resort shops are located in the nearby villages of Pueblo Nuevo and Torreguadiaro and historic village of San Roque where the town hall is located. It is half an hour´s drive to the nightlife of Marbella and the Costa del Sol.
Sotogrande is an exclusive urbanisation in Andalucia, renowned for its marina, yachts, luxury villas, polo fields and luxury Mediterranean lifestyle. Our team have hand selected the best hotels in… More →
It is hard to imagine how different the land looked back in the early 1960s when Joseph McMicking (Joseph Rafael McMicking y Ynchausti, 1908-1990), a naturalised American with a Scottish and… More →
Sotogrande is truly the unique experience, a "Pebble beach" resort with a suburban feel - wide avenues lined by large luxury properties each with its own "single family dwelling". Sotogrande has a… More →
La Reserva is the name of the most recent section of the Sotogrande development, including a sixth golf course to be developed under the brand La Reserva Sotogrande. It is located in the… More →
In and around Sotogrande there are several commercial centres, markets, banks, pharmacies, cash dispensers etc.
Here we have categorised the wide range of restaurants in Sotogrande into the respective areas in which they are found, for example the well renowned marina and the Galerias Paniagua (Avenida… More →
Just west of the Costa del Sol in Cadiz provinceand a district of San Roque municipality. Sotogrande is about one and half hours drive from Málaga Airport, on the AP-7, and one and half hours… More →
The famous grounds of Sotogrande have been dubbed the 'Wimbeldon of Polo Pitches', they are renowned as the best in the world. This is partly due to their location; flanked on various sides by a… More →
The smallest natural area in Andalucia with a mere 27ha, the Guadiaro river estuary is nevertheless an important wetland site, since it is one of the few left on the Costa del Sol. It is also the… More →
Sotogrande Marina is considered by some to be a part of Sotogrande Costa (formerly Sotogrande Baja) and by others to be a separate entity. It is located to the east of the River Guadiaro. The… More →
The 'Mercardo Historico de Sotogrande' (Historical Market Sotogrande) the up-market antiques and craft market takes place every Sunday morning at the Ribiera del Marlin near Sotogrande Marina.… More →
Sotogrande is home to the world famous Valderrama course, host to the Volvo Masters and Ryder Cup. This is also home to the Real Club de Golf Sotogrande, which was founded in 1964 and designed by… More →
Located in Sotogrande the Trocadero Sotogrande Beach Club boasts beautiful green lawns typical of the area and sun loungers placed steps away from the beach. Buffet lunches are on offer and it is… More →
Beach bars from west to east. From Sotogrande Costa to the Rio Guadiaro, the Marina and Torreguadiaro