Villa El Rosario is an amalgamation of modern aesthetic and Andalucian tradition. It is centrally located and yet away from the hustle and bustle of Marbella town. Villa El Rosario is the epitome of opulence that blends right in with a modern approach. This six-bedroom villa can accommodate upto fourteen guests at a time. Guests can choose to lounge in their capacious bedrooms or gather together on the terrace to enjoy the night away overlooking the Mediterranian Sea. Villa El Rosario is located between popular night clubs and popular beaches.
Marbella’s Old Town is impeccably preserved, transporting you to a time long-gone. Narrow streets of cobblestones and white washed buildings are characteristic of the Old Quarter. After touring the Alcazaba, Marbella Castle and the Magistrate’s House, relax at one of Plaza de los Naranjos’ intimate patios.
The pueblo blancos of Andalucia are a network of white building . Some are nestled in valleys while others perch precariously on hilltops. You will lose yourself in the winding laneways, churches and fragrant aroma of orange trees. Setenil de las Bodegas is an interesting old wine town built into natural caves worth investigating.
Clinging to the side of a mountain lies the magical town of Ronda. If you aren’t afraid of heights, start by crossing the “New Bridge” for a breathtaking view. Ancient ruins are well preserved, including the original city gates, Arab baths, and the House of the Moorish King.
Had enough of beach lounging and tapas? Marbella’s Fly 4 Real outdoor skydiving simulator provides all the daredevil fun without the risk. Work off all that cava and tapas with a hike through Torcal de Antequera on a clear day and you can catch a glimpse of Northern Africa.
70 high-level golf courses: Home to a World Matchplay course and a Ryder Cup course, it’s no secret that Costa del Sol is one of Europe’s premiere golf hotspots. Challenge yourself to a game at Valderrama, arguably one of the most pristine courses in Spain.