Thanks to its ideal location, Benahavís is perfectly connected to the main roads of Costa del Sol, the A7 motorway and the AP7 toll road. It is located between two important towns, Estepona and Marbella, and only a few kilometres away from the busy Puerto Banús, where, amongst many other things, we can go shopping in one of the many designer shops.
Around Benahavís we find several towns that will offer you different sensations. Discover them!
Puerto Banús is one of the most renowned nautical and luxury destinations of the world. Yachts, luxury cars, designer shops open till midnight and mansions of several million Euro are the hallmarks of Puerto Banús.
Named after its creator and developer, José Banús, this marina, declared National Centre of Touristic Interest received the gold medal to the Touristic Merit, and has been attracting millionaires, celebrities, tourists and onlookers from all over the world for 50 years.See map
Marbella offers to its visitors a beautiful coast of 26 kms full of sunny beaches that feature all kind of services. Squares with aromatic orange trees, narrow streets full of white houses with balconies, geraniums and bougainvillea, and quaint little shops to buy clothes and souvenirs form an idyllic town centre that you must tour slowly, at the pace of the tapas of its traditional bars.
If you follow its long promenade, you will find the Milla de Oro (Golden Mile), a great boulevard full of luxury shops, hotels and big firms nested between urbanizations and the King Fahd Palace. It is a mandatory stop the area of Puente Romano, where around a picturesque square you will be able to enjoy the best gastronomical offers of the area.
The landscape, architecture and the romantic legend of famous bandits, the space where toreros and artists are born and made, all of them make of Ronda an unique city. The town can be visited by foot and one or two days are enough to discover everything that Ronda has to offer.
It is difficult to list the natural, architectural, and artistic richness of Ronda, and it is even more difficult to highlight just some of its monuments. Although if there is something that exists in the collective imagination as emblem of this city is the River Tajo and the bridge Puente Nuevo that crosses it, built on the 18th Century. This bridge of almost 100 metres of height with its huge rounded archway gives Ronda its most popular picture.
Estepona is located in a privileged area and captivates its visitors in every one of its charming corners. Its renewed old town, one of the most beautiful ones of Andalucía, offers the visitor the chance of enjoying a real urban garden, “The garden of the Costa del Sol”. Its maze of white streets dressed with coloured pots loaded with flowers gives the essence of an Andalusian coastal town. Estepona still keeps its costumes and traditions, and they live in total harmony with its most modern and touristic aspect.
Sotogrande is famous worldwide, and it is considered the best private resort of Europe. It is a real paradise for those that love peace and tranquillity, quality of live and sports. This fame is thanks to its Polo Club, that holds important competitions, three of the best golf courses of Europe and the amazing villas and urbanizations.
But its real charm it is within its canals, a slow walk that will take you to beautiful corners that will reminisce you of the canals of Venice or the luxury of Banús.
A dialect authentically spanglish, its own coin, one of the most peculiar airports of the world, monkeys living in freedom and endless secrets hidden within its less than seven square kilometres.
Gibaltar is a constant mix of sensations. The mix of British and Spanish cultures is so big that visiting this colony is something you can’t miss. Each corner is a surprise full of curiosities, all of it under its impressive rock of over 450 metres high.