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Trips along the coast from Marbella

Trip to Cabopino from Marbella

Only 12 km from Marbella , Cabopino has a relaxed atmosphere, an attractive beach, and a pleasant harbour surrounded by renowned restaurants.  Cabopino (Pine Cape) has a forest of pine trees going right down to the sand dunes along the beach. You won't see any tower blocks because development has been strictly controlled.
Trip to Cabopino

Trip to Estepona from Marbella

Estepona has succeeded in maintaining its pueblo charm and character.  Traditional Spanish delicacies are served in the many street cafes and tapas bars. The steep, cobbled, narrow streets are a delight. However, Estepona has all the tourist facilities including restaurants, leisure and cultural activities, and shops. The Sierra Bermeja mountain range can be seen majestically rising above the town.
Trip to Estepona

Trip to Gibraltar from Marbella

The Rock of Gibraltar dominates the entrance to the Mediterranean between the southern tip of Spain and the continent of Africa. Gibraltar benefits from over 1200 years of Moorish, Spanish and British history. Gibraltar has some of the finest caves in Europe but it is the famous Gibraltar Barbary macaques that many people come to see. Gibraltar unique in terms of it's history, geology, geography, flora and fauna.
Trip to Gibraltar

Trip to La Cala from Marbella

La Cala (the cove) is a charming village with a great beach which lies on the Costa del Sol. This old fishing pueblo has remained largely unspoiled by mass tourism.
Trip to La Cala de Mijas

Trip to Sabinillas from Marbella

Sabinillas is a popular place for expats working locally and in Gibraltar. It used to be a small fishing village but has grown rapidly over the last few decades. Recent developments have seen the improvements to the towns main street - Avenida Manilva, the construction of the seafront promenade and the construction of an underpass to the main shopping area.
Trip to Sabinillas

Trip to San Pedro from Marbella

A few kilometres west of all the glamour and glitz of Marbella and Puerto Banus is San Pedro de Alcántara. One of the most untouched corners of the Costa del Sol.
Trip to San Pedro de Alcántara

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