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Cabopino: (3-5 mins drive)   

Cabopino and Cabopino beach are situated on the coast, halfway between Fuengirola and Marbella.

Miles of beautiful sandy beaches with water sports, fishing and boat trips.The sandy beach and dunes can be reached via the road at the side of the apartment block. There is also a pleasant harbour and renowned restaurants. Cabopino is one of the Costa del Sol's best kept secret.

Mijas Pueblo: (20 mins drive) One of the prettiest villages in Spain, this traditional village has breath taking views. Tour the charm of this village on the famous Donkey taxis. Also lookout for the Mineral water spring at the entrance to the village 

Puerto Banus: (20 mins drive) With it’s mega rich yachts, world famous fashion shops, Casino, shopping centre, top beaches and spectacular views, makes this place special. The nightlife is buzzing with numerous Bars & Restaurants overlooking themarina. Hire a yacht and go out into the Med.

Marbella: (15 mins drive) One of the most delightful promenades on the Costa Del Sol, with its classy restaurants and bars overlooking the beach front. A visit to the Orange Square will bring you to a host of street restaurants in the old part of Marbella. 

Ronda: (60 mins drive) Ronda is truly a spectacular village, famous throughout Spain for the plunging river gorge which divides this enchanting village. Ronda also has the oldest & most beautiful bullring in the whole of Spain. 

Fuengirola: (10 mins drive) 
A busy resort, with 8km of good clean beaches, where the promenade spans the entire coast. The town comes alive at night with its many bars & clubs's.

Many water sports attractions are also available here. 

Benalmadena: (20 mins drive) 
A lively resort with its beautiful sandy beaches & a spectacular promenade 2km long. Visit the Marina Plaza, often described as Covent Garden on water.

Other attractions include the Tivoli World theme park. 

Gibraltar: (60 mins drive)

Gibraltar is an amazing co-mingling of past, present and future, and the list of things that  a visit to Gibraltar should take in is as long as your arm in reality, but there are some things that you just can’t miss. 

Cradle of History – A welcome monument that is shaped like the rock, showing the first skull of Neanderthal man from Gibraltar as well as other photos that show you the civilisations throughout the history of Gibraltar

The Changing of the Guard – Several times daily on Gibraltar, undertaken by Gibraltars own Guard company.

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