Beachbars

Beachbars

Located in the La Reserva area of Sotogrande Alta near the La Reserva Golf Club House,  the Beach Club  features a unique artificial 2.800 m2 beach (sand imported from Punta Paloma Tarifa) and  sandy based artificial lagoon,  combined with a 17.000 m2 water-sport lagoon set in a natural hollow in Sotogrande hillside.

In the up-market areas of Andalucia, a growing trend has evolved for a beach life quite different from the simple pleasures of buckets and spades, cool boxes and fold-away deck chairs. Many simple, traditional "chiringuitos" or beach bars still exist dotted along the coast where you can enjoy local cuisine and get an ice cream.

Located a little west of Marbella, for the last 50 years Marbella Club Hotel Beach Club has been combining an upmarket chiringuito with exclusive poolside dining to create the perfect chilled-out Beach Club atmosphere.

Marbella’s first boutique beach club, Buddha Beach became Sala Beach in 2012. Sala Beach offers a relaxed atmosphere in a beautiful setting near Puerto Banus. The excellent poolside restaurant is open for day and evening dinning, including a selection of Thai fusion food and sushi, and sun lounger service includes a snack menu throughout the day.

Nikki Beach Marbella opened in 2003 and comprises of a swimming pool with VIP beds on a raised deck, a large open air restaurant, a centrally located octagon-shaped bar, a Lifestyle Boutique and a VIP terrace with views of the Mediterranean Sea.

Ocean Club Marbella is one of the largest beach clubs in Europe. It offers a new concept in exclusivity, avant-garde, fashion and cuisine, created to enjoy the excellent climate in Marbella.

Long established chill-out location, Victor’s Beach is located just off Marbella’s Golden Mile. The atmosphere is laid back and friendly and is full of local socialites. It has changed since being connected by the seafront promenade from being a hidden gem to a more conventional established front beach bar with sunbeds.

Located on the beach front next to the Puente Romano Hotel, Marbella, the setting is tropical and sophisticated with wonderful sea views. An international crowd enjoys Mediterranean food during the day and a more Arabic and Oriental style by night.

Located between San Pedro Alcántara and Puerto Banús , surrounded by palm trees and panoramic sea views, Mistral attracts a wide variety of people, including families. It has been open for 10 years and is famous for its beautifully presented seafood dishes, as well as Italian food. Music is chill-out style with live music in summer.

A five-star hotel, spa and golf resort, Finca Cortesin on the Costa del Sol is considered by many to be one of the finest hotels in Spain. Most of Andalucia's landmark hotels - ones which are well known for their unusual or visually stunning buildings - are housed in historic buildings: old convents, castles or palaces. But a few are in cleverly-designed modern structures - though you'd never know it.