Your most suitable Luxury Villas in Málaga to rent for your special getaway in Spain

MMR is a fully integrated luxury hospitality and guest orientated company with over two decades of expertise. One of our differentiating facts is that we have direct contact with the owners, not using any third party in between, so you can rest easy knowing you’re enjoying the most competitive nightly rates, and provide an immediate response to any issue from an experienced hospitality team.

In MMR we provide the ultimate experience in Luxury Villas in Malaga to Rent with 5-star hotel-like services. We also got you covered in many other  Costa del Sol areas such as luxury villas in Puerto BanúsLa Zagaleta , Seville, Ronda, Sotogrande, Sierra Blanca, and Estepona.

Every guest is appointed with a Guest Experience Manager who will great the guest upon arrival and will be available 24h during your stay in Malaga.

Take a look at our unlimited services and luxury villas to rent in Malaga:



Malaga, the epitome of the Andalucían renaissance

Revamped and revitalised, the Costa del Sol capital of Malaga has a thriving history, art and theater scenes that go from Picasso to the Pompidou to the port-side street-art-savvy Soho (art district) area with with half a dozen new art galleries and ancient landmarks, the city of Malaga offers blossoming arts scene, which established this amazing and vibran cite among Andalucia’s cultural riches thanks to its acknowledges its multi-layered past.

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For food lovers, Málaga offers an exciting culinary scene, with more than half a dozen Michelin-starred restaurants as same as terrific age-old always-on-the-go port tapas bars, roof bars and tastefully tatty fish shacks that go perfectly along with excellent drinking.

Combine it’s rich culture and gastronomy with beautiful golden beaches, lunar-like hills, gleaming shopping, and elegant accommodation offering.

Malaga is nice in every season during the year but let’s have a quick look to the best time to visit Málaga:

The high summer temperature is comparable to African destinations.

Spring in Malaga is nice as well. The temperature from March to May is around 20-25 degrees, and during the weekends the beaches are starting to be crowded. 

After summer, from September to early November, Malaga still has got nice weather and stable temperature. 

Winter in Malaga is not that cold, but it rains more.

Luxury Villa Malaga: Your Gateway to Unforgettable Holidays

Experience the pinnacle of luxury and comfort with our exclusive collection of luxury villas in Malaga. Situated in the heart of the Costa del Sol, Malaga offers a perfect blend of natural beauty, cultural richness, and vibrant energy. Our handpicked villas provide the ultimate retreat for your holiday, boasting stunning architecture, lavish amenities, and breathtaking views. Picture yourself lounging by the private pool, savoring the Mediterranean breeze, or indulging in a relaxing spa session. With a wide range of villa options available, you can choose the perfect accommodation that suits your preferences and needs. Let us pamper you with impeccable service and create unforgettable memories in the enchanting city of Malaga.

Surroundings of your Luxury Villa in malaga to rent

Thirty kilometers of coastline, marinas, golf courses, nightlife, markets, spas, a wonderful climate, high-class luxury holiday villas, make from Malaga the perfect getaway in the Costa del Sol in Southern Spain. We have created this ultimate guide with selected plans and locations for your convenience:


Discover the most fascinating holiday villas in Malaga

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Best Golf Courses in Marbella

Almost guaranteed blue skies and pristine greens make Malaga a golfer’s playground where you will enjoy golf courses with the most amazing views to the Mediterranean Sea and mountains and hills, olive groves, great terraces and nice restaurants

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Just 20 minutes from the Airport Malaga is Golf Torrequebrada at the hearth of Costa del Sol. Founded in 1976 and designed by José Gancedo, known as the “Picasso of Golf, Torrequebrada golf is a 18 holes course with a magnificent design challenging for all types of player. It has large greens with big drops. Its streets framed by a large mass of trees, highlighting the palm trees, pines and olive trees. Its tees, the vast majority of them aloft, allow you to how to play each hole. The bunkers and lakes in a soft relief, overlooking the Mediterranean Sea and mountains.

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A spectacular 18-hole course in the heart of the Costa del Sol, designed by the unforgettable Severiano Ballesteros. Here he conveyed his wisdom and personality, creating an environment with a completely different atmosphere, worth seeing and feeling. With magnificent views of the Sierra de Mijas and the Mediterranean Sea, it is located just 20 minutes from Fuengirola and Mijas Costa and 25 minutes from Malaga and Marbella Airport. This course allows all clubs to be used and ensures a fabulous golf day where each hole is different. And the vegetation is a sample of the Mediterranean forest with a great variety of species. Alhaurín Golf also offers a 9-hole par 3 course that surrounds the practice area and is probably one of the best in Andalusia.

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Located in the ``Mijas Golf Valley``, halfway between Fuengirola, Marbella and La Cala, and just 20 kilometers from Malaga International Airport. This golf course is surrounded by the Ojén and Las Pasadas rivers, our tour, just one step from the Mediterranean Sea, is surrounded by nature within the Sierra de Mijas Natural Park, and offers visitors beautiful views of the mountains; hence the nickname ``Field of the Seven Hills”. The course is 18 Holes (Par 72), of 6,203 meters approx. long and settled on approximately 55 hectares of homogeneous and smooth terrain designed by the course architect, Cabell B. Robinson, developed a long course with wide and well defined fairways on an easy to walk surface, entertaining and demanding course for any golfer .


Best Beaches in Málaga

When you first think about Malaga, it’s golden sand beaches is probably one of the first mental images you get has the are definitely some of Europe’s best beaches, its natural as its a vacation hotspot as the weather is permitting you can not avoid visiting the beach while your luxury holidays in Málaga. Every summer, thousands of visitors—from around Spain, Europe, and the world flock to the city and its surroundings to enjoy its over 30 kilometers of beaches, eager to take advantage of the region’s world-class beaches making it the perfect spot for your summer escape in Europe. Let’s have a look at the most beautiful beaches in Málaga:

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Some of the beaches are located waling distance from the city such as La Malagueta and La Caleta, just a 20 minutes walk from Plaza de la Constitución, which are nice but ofter more crowded, with plenty of chiringuitos (local beach bars).

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Other beaches like El Pedregalejo, around 40 minutes from La Malagueta beach a picturesque onetime quiet fishermen's village which is a charming alternative with local atmosphere to the first two ones while providing all the modern amenities you could ask for.

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If you have time during your holidays, consider driving around Malagas province to discover one of the best beaches in the town of Nerja. Whether you're looking for something buzzing and happening or a quieter, more secluded spot, there's sure to be a beach in Nerja where you'll feel at home.


Comercial facilities:

Have a walk at the recently rejuvenated port area. For a few thousand years, Malaga’s port was exactly that: a port—nothing particularly attractive or interesting. Nowadays it’s a vibrant area for shopping and dining destination right on the waterfront, the perfect plan after a beach day in Malaga.

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is one of the most popular shopping malls, a with lot of specialized shops such as Zara, Adolfo Dominguez, and the biggest Apple in Spain among others.

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One of the best shopping centres in Málaga and popular with the locals is Málaga Plaza.

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This Málaga shopping centre is in an enviable location. Located next to the train station with connections to Fuengirola and the coach station, with great links for a day trip to Seville and Granada or to spend a weekend in Córdoba or discovering Ronda. Although this shopping centre is not as big as some of the others, there are a good selection of stores, cinema, bars, cafes and restaurants.

icon add white icon less white Calle Larios and shopping centre:

Located between El Corte Inglés and Vialia Shopping Centre, it is one of the largest and most popular shopping centres in Málaga. When it was built at the end of the 19th century, this was the most elegant street in Spain and it still counts as one of the most exclusive in the country. Make this marble-lined pedestrian street your first stop for clothes shopping in Malaga.


Luxury Spas in Marbella

Malaga has got a great tradition in body wellness and treatments, the perfect place to enjoy a relaxing day in order to rest or unwind from your daily routine

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Right in the city centre, you can visit the Hammam Spa. The thermal Arab baths are finely decorated with attention to the details. A relaxing holiday is nothing without rest your mind, just unwind yourself and enjoy the treatments.

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One of the oldest spa resorts in Malaga and its mineral and medicinal waters come from a natural spring located in an exceptional natural site. The area also offers many other activities you can do, like hiking along footpaths, visiting the town or simply enjoying its gastronomy. We suggest you complete your stay by visiting the Caminito del Rey trail, which is just a few kilometres away from the town.

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Located in mountain range it was inaugurated in 1870 and completely refurbished in 2012 and converted into an ideal place to spend a relaxing weekend, locally known throughout the world for its treatments based on inhaling water vapour from the natural spring above which it is situated.


Activities for nature lovers

Malaga surround has got some of the best hikes in the Costa del Sol so pack some walking shoes too next to your sandals and high hills. Málaga province is known for its dramatically diverse landscapes.

icon add white icon less white The Caminito del Rey:

Is a hanging walkway approximately one meter wide at the narrowest points and about three kilometers long and, one of the most popular adventures to do in Malaga Costa del Sol. It was build 1901 and 1905, in order to join together two waterfalls belonging to the company Sociedad Hidroeléctrica del Chorro, Salto del Chorro and Salto del Gaitanejo. Until very recently, this almost 8-kilometer route in Malaga was considered one of the most dangerous in the world. Today the route is fully rehabilitated and, although it is safer, there is one thing that has not changed. It runs along the Desfiladero de los Gaitanes, hanging perpendicularly over the pit, attached to the vertical walls, with an average height above the river of 100 metersThe tunnel is about 300 meters long, of which 285 are interior and 15 exterior in the Valle del Hoyo.

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With a surface area of 2,016 hectares and declared Natural Site in 1989 its and impressive gorges formed by the Guadalhorce River, is the largest protected natural area in the province of Malaga.. Walk on the wooden footbridge hanging from the walls of the gorge. Stroll up on top of the sea and enjoy the amazing view, a seascape of the Southern Coast of Spain. Antequera, Álora and Ardales are the municipalities to which this natural space belongs, which is more than five kilometers long and has a casing of up to 400 meters of fall with steep walls, between which the Guadalhorce river flows after passing through the reservoirs. from El Chorro, Guadalhorce, Guadalteba and Gaitanejo. The need to cross these stone massifs led to the construction of different hydraulic infrastructures to facilitate communication, since the area is a strategic enclave geographically and is a road that connects the heart of the Malaga province.

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Hike among rocky ridges will have you feeling as though you’ve landed on the moon. El Torcal de Antequera is a natural area located in the municipalities of Antequera and Villanueva de la Concepción, in the Malaga known for the whimsical shapes that the various erosive agents have been modeling its limestone rocks, constituting an outstanding example of karst landscape. In 1929 the area was recognized as the first Andalusian Protected Natural Area of National Interest and in 2014 it was declared a Special Conservation Area.

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Is Spain’s own lake district, with gorge-backed turquoise lakes that are stunning picnic spots. The heavy floods that Malaga suffered in 1907, led to the creation of the Hydraulic Division of Southern Spain, created to prevent catastrophes and seek the use of water for irrigation. Geographically, the environment of the Guadalhorce and Guadalteba reservoirs is made up of the seven municipalities in whose territory these swamps are located: Carratraca, Ardales, Teba, Campillos, Álora, Valle de Abdalajís and Antequera, although the boundaries of the dams are in the municipal terms of Ardales, Campillos, Antequera and Teba.


Unique local activities

Need some more inspiration about what to do during your getaway in Marbella? Discover some of the most local plans and activities, get surrounded with local people and discover Marbella’s essence from the local point of view:

icon add white icon less white Walk Picasso’s footsteps:

Malaga is hometown for the worldwide know Artist Pablo Picasso, one of the most conic artists of the 20th century. Start with a visit to the home where he was born—today a small museum housing some of the family's old belongings—in Plaza de la Merced and have a look to its statue. Finally, make your way to the Malaga Picasso Museum opened in 2003 that triggered the city's cultural rebirth. The permanent collection here showcases some of the most important works from Picasso's formative years. A self-guided Picasso tour through Malaga is a must during your visit.

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If you enjoy drinking wine, you will fell in love with Malaga and its winemaking ancient tradition, has the area is home to two of Spain’s prestigious denominación de origen wine regions (DO Málaga and DO Sierras de Málaga). Make even more of the experience by visiting the oldest wine bar in Malaga called Antigua Casa de Guardia , where they serve the wine straight from the barrel. Isn’t this a truly local experience?

icon add white icon less white Try the regional gastronomy delicatessen, Los Espetos:

Barbacued sardines with a bit of sea salt (squeeze some lemon juice on it to get even more flavour) that are to perfection over a grill fashioned out of an old fishing boat. Along with the espetos enjoy a glass of white wine and… tada! You perfect beachside meal will be served.

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Have some really fun time at Málaga’s Carnival which which covers the city with parades and events, a celebration that culminates with the rather bizarre “Burial of the anchovy”: a sombre procession that accompanies a giant anchovy through the city streets to be burned at Malagueta Beach.

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We propose a visit to the first winery with Certificate of Mercado de Ataranzas is one of the most appealing markets in all Andalucía and sells fresh fish, meat, spices, deli items, fruits and vegetables. Walking into the market through this arch you will be equally impressed by the magnificent stained glass windows. rigin on the Costa del Sol, located only 30 minutes from Marbella, in Manilva área. Practically all of the cultivation in this territory is based on the Moscatel variety of Alexandria, a white grape that has a triple use: as table grapes, for raisins and to produce wine both dry and sweet. Our visit is private it is led by the winemaker, which allows us to deeply discover the history of a wine area with more than 500 years of history. In addition, you will sponsor your own grapevine, name it and receive at home a bottle of its wine every year. A very nice and symbolic gesture that helps recovering the wine industry of the region.



Selection of the best restaurants in Málaga


Michellin Star Restaurants:

Over the years, Málaga has been converted in one of the most cosmopolitan and exciting cities in Spain, especially when it comes to eating out. Let’s have a look to some of the most delicious restaurants in Malaga.

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Very know in Malaga to be one of the references names in food, is located in the port of Malaga, with a industrial, contemporary and chic design on its dinning room and a stunning terrace. This eponymous restaurant offers stunning dishes such as hake with beetroot and caviar gazpachuelo.

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A Malagan restaurant with Argentine flavours at its heart offers a Michelin-style dining experience – is widely regarded as one of the best restaurants in the region considering the whole experience from wine recommendations to the choice of ingredients and their preparation. If you want to have a fine dinner for a special occasion, this is your restaurant in Malaga.

Local Restaurants and Tapas

Malaga offers visitors some of the tastiest tapas in Spain, and favorites such as boquerones, tortilla, Jamon Serrano, and fresh oysters can all be found in and around the city center.  Be ready as the atmosphere is friendly in most of the Spanish bars, it can get loud when busy.

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One of Spain's hottest chefs, Dani Garcia reformed Lamoraga in 2008 it paved the way for the new breed of gastrobars, new-style tapas bars with contemporary décor and innovative dishes. One of its specialities are baguettes, a new twist on the traditional montadito, using long, extra-narrow versions, with fillings such as bacalao (cod).

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Located at the Centro de Arte Contemporáneo (CAC) in Málaga, this is an informal venue with artistic touches and its riverside terrace make from Oleo Restaurant one of the best ones in the city for a nice and fine dinning experience. Its cuise is, as its style Mediterranean style with a touch of nouvelle cuisine. You will get delighted with some of the most delicious tapas, fresh fish and a delicious sushi bar.

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One of the Málaga’s most popular tapas bar open since 1998 in Soho. Choose from tapas in the display cabinets, and enjoy from fried fish (pescaito frito) a typical dish all along the Costa del Sol, stewed and grilled meats, salads and seafood. High quality at a very reasonable price.

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This bustling and lively tapas bar is famous for its traditional Andalucian fare. Taking its name from the famous white garlic soup and blanched almonds served throughout Malaga before tomates came to Europe, this traditional bar is a favourite among holiday makers and locals. Ajo Blanco is an old style tavern with a separate restaurant.

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Mediterranean cuisine located in the heart of the old town, decorated in a typical spanish/andalusian authentic style and vibes and a spacious terrace at the foot of the Alcazaba and really a restaurant you must visit. Touristic, but iconic at the same time: Fountains, bulls images, tumbling plants, wine barrels signed by celebrities that have visit El Pimpi over the years. Standouts include the succulent rabo de toro/vacuno (oxtail) and the freshly caught lubina (sea bass), served in a crust of sesame and pistachio nuts. Doesn’t it sound delicious?

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La Rebana specialises in patés and cured meats, and the Serrano ham is a particular speciality. Very central and very busy, La Rebana has inviting dark wood interiors, and a friendly, yet hectic atmosphere. Resembling a bodega, La Rebana has a rustic feel to it and a fabulous bodega and extensive wine list.

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It boasts many famous visitors from the world of music and theatre, and is popular with many Spanish celebrities, including Lola Flores. Open since 1938, the traditional exterior gives way to a warm and friendly tapas bar inside, and over 60 tapas are always on the menu.




Main Zones in Málaga

Before you visit Malaga in Costa del Sol you have to know that this area is much more than beautiful beaches. We have made a short listo for you about the four principal areas in Malaga. All of them different and charmful..

icon add white icon less white The old city:

This is one of the most vibrant neighborhoods in Malaga with easy access to all amenities and facilities and where most of the city attractions are located, and restaurants from seafood restaurants to local wineries and microbreweries can be found in just about every corner.

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This area started to get developed the end of the first decade of the year 2000, and the idea was to create a cultural district arose from the residents and merchants of the area with the purpose of promoting the reactivation of this space. 20 years later, Soho is also called the “arts quarter” and is one of the best places to stay in Malaga, Soho can be arty, trendy, bohemian, and touristy all at once.

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Is a very traditional neighborhood, mostly residential, and has the advantage of being within easy reach to the Mediterranean Sea with amazing views and environment. There are some local eateries serve heartier dishes at more affordable prices. Also the bullfighting arena nearby where days back the young Pablo Picasso attended with his uncle, fascinated by a passionate art that influenced his work so much. Also the ornate churches are worth visiting. If your Malagueta hotel features a terrace, you may get views of the Alcazaba castle as well as the water.

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The traditional fishing districts located less than 15 minutes away from Downtown Malaga to the east of the city, offer the ultimate local experience to enjoy the beaches, ocean views, seafood restaurants, and the small town atmosphere. These areas offer a more relaxed pace of life but within easy reach of all the attractions in the centre of Malaga, and are definitely one of most charming neighborhoods you can find in Spain There’s a wide range of amenities and both districts: If you are interested in exploring pristine hidden beaches and playing a few rounds of golf, visit Peñon del Cuervo to the east and the nearby Candado Country Club or enjoying phenomenal seafood restaurants. Overall its the most preferment neighborhood chosen by many local families bring their children to the beach, and there is also a small nightlife district to enjoy.



If you visit Malaga you can´t miss visiting the following places:

Close to Malaga there are some other beautiful places as Tarifa, Ronda, Sotogrande, Seville, Granada and many others that are really close by car and we recommend you to visit before leaving la Costa del Sol. You will be amazed!

Malaga Villas: Your Home Away From Home in the Costa del Sol

Your Home Away From Home in the Costa del Sol”
Discover the true essence of relaxation and tranquility with our selection of Malaga villas, the perfect choice for your holiday getaway. Whether you seek a peaceful retreat or a vibrant coastal experience, our villas offer the ideal base to explore the wonders of the Costa del Sol. Unwind in the privacy of your own spacious villa, featuring modern amenities and stylish decor. From sun-soaked terraces to lush gardens, each villa creates an ambiance of serenity and comfort. With easy access to beautiful beaches, charming towns, and cultural attractions, you’ll have the best of Malaga at your fingertips. Experience the warmth of Spanish hospitality and create lasting memories in the idyllic setting of a Malaga villa.


Tarifa, the gem of Cádiz

Is a Spanish municipality in the province of Cádiz, Andalusia. Located at the southernmost end of the Iberian Peninsula, it is primarily known as one of the world’s most popular destinations for windsports. Tarifa lies on the Costa de la Luz (“coast of light”) and across the Strait of Gibraltar facing Morocco.

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There are lots of stunning beaches in that area such as “Valdevaqueros” beach, “Zahara de los Atunes” or, “La Cala de los Alemanes” if you are looking for a place to relax, enjoy at some natural pools with fine sand if you want to practice scuba diving. Bolonia Beach is also from the most famous ones with 30 meters of sand dunes and amazing ruins that you can visit, if you want to learn a bit more about Spanish heritage, to called “Ruinas Romanas de Baelo Claudia” Due to it’s location, Tarifa offers the perfect condition for practice wind sports such as kite and windsurf, that makes from this Mediterranean dream setting the biggest hot spot for kite in all Europe, which gives to Tarifa this amazing carefree and leisurely ambience.

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The best plan to do in Tarifa a part of enjoying it’s beaches, is to wander into its old town and picturesque alleyways, narrow streets with beautiful small white houses and flowers in every balcony, visiting the San Mateo Church, have a drink on the typical Andalusian corner cafés or going shopping in the little local mediterranean style shops for clothes and crafts.

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Tarifa is so loved by everyone because it offers a special mix that join together a very chilled and intimate environment with ton of bars with great atmosphere. Do not leave Tarifa without having lunch at the very sand beach of a “chiringuito” or delight yourself with a fresh tuna in “El Otero” restaurant; shellfish for dinner at the already 30 years of history “Las Rejas” restaurant, the bar La Lola to enjoy tasty tapas and delicious wine, the Hurricane hotel to enjoy a romantic dinner at its garden or terrace right in front the beach or joining the typical “Ruta de bares” to do a typical Spanish plan with good atmosphere.


Ronda, where inspiration belongs

Located between the natural parks of Grazalema, Sierra de las Nieves and Alcornocales, we find Ronda: one of the oldest and most beautiful cities in Spain. The unusual geography of Ronda, divided in two by the amazing gorge of Guadalevin River definitely impresses everybody. During this experience, we will visit the most famous spots in the city together with our best guide.



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Puente Nuevo: This bridge is the most famous monument in Ronda. With unforgettable views over the Tajo river took forty-two years to build, and joins the old area of Ronda with the new one. Without a doubt, it is the largest and most famous monument in Ronda. • Plaza de toros de Ronda: Ronda is also known as the cradle of bullfighting. Built in 1785 by the same architect who built Puente Nuevo, this bullring has a capacity on 5000 spectators and is one of the oldest and most picturesque in Spain. • Arab Baths: Located in the San Miguel quarter in he old Arab area of La Ronda, those bath were built at the end of 13th century and are the best preserved Arab baths in Spain. • Palacio de Modragon: This museum is dedicated to the history on Ronda and considered a haven of tranquility due to its fabulous gardens. • Plaza Duquesa de Parcent: It is the most picturesque square of la Ronda with lots of monuments to visit. The most important one is the Santa María la Mayor which last more than 200 years to be build. • Gardens of Cuenca and Mirador de Aldehuela: That offer unbeatable views with a different perspective of the city. • Wine Route: Ronda is one of the most recent additions to the official wine routes that can be found in Spain, the best way to try some fantastic wineries.

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Tragatá is the best option in la Ronda if you want to delight yourself in a Michelin-starred Restaurant where you will find dishes made with a sublime exquisiteness. If you want to try an authentic restaurant of the area go to the Meson El Sacristán. This fabulous and always busy restaurant with Roman ruins in the basement offers the best steaks of the Ronda.


Sotogrande, quality living

Sotogrande is an urbanization located just 30m minutes away from Malaga, in the municipality of San Roque in the Campo de Gibraltar area. The multiple international sports facilities of Golf & Polo and the wide range of accommodations have led Sotogrande to be considered as one of the main luxury residential areas in Spain and even Europe. With approximately a population of 2,584 inhabitants, some of the most influential families in Spain have their holiday homes in Sotogrande.



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Including everything you could just imagine from beach clubs, restaurants and a world class iconic marina that offers all the facilities one expects when docking a boat, make from Sotogrande an unique experience either for residents and for visitors. Sotogrande is famous because its polo fields, horse riding, tennis and paddle and offers five golf courses; Valderrama Golf Club with 18 holes, Real Golf Club of Sotogrande with 18 holes and 9 short holes, Hotel-golf Club Almenara with 27 holes, La Cañada with 18 holes and The Reserve, with 18 holes with magnificent views towards the sea. The pleasant climate makes for perfect golfing conditions pretty much all year round. In addition, in Sotogrande you can find the first inland beach from Andalusian and the largest in Europe. With more than 3500 square meters suitable for swimming with sand bottom, and 2800 meters of coastline. The reserve is the best place in Sotogrande to spend a family day, practice water sports activities such as sailing, kayaking or paddle surfing, relax for adults in one of the having lunch in a Andalusian cuisine restaurant with an International touch. Sotogrande also offers a wide range of options when talking about shopping. The most popular retail center is the Blue Sotogrande right in front of the marina, with high-end fashion boutiques, restaurants, bars and a beauty salon.

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You will find a wide range of restaurants in Sotogrande. From a typical and Spanish restaurants Barlovento and Las Camelias, to Italian food in Bucintoro or Argentinian in La Cancha Dos. But Undoubtedly, the best places to eat in Sotogrande are located in its fantastic marina, where exquisite fish and meat dished are served.


Seville, pure tradition

Seville, capital of Andalusia, Roman Arab, Baroque, American, flamenca, torera, modern, vibrant, funny, cosmopolitan, religious, traditional… all of these adjectives and many more could be given to this town that keeps an enormous amounts of artistic, cultural, leisure, social and touristic attractions and has turned it in one of the most universal, known and visited cities in the world.




Granada, Spain’s cultural jewel

While being in Andalusia, you cannot miss one of Spain’s cultural jewels: The city of Granada and The Alhambra Palace are only an hour and a half from Malaga, which makes it a very easy an doable daytrip from the coast. Make a pleasant journey in our luxury vehicles accompanied by our best guides and chauffeurs and enjoy an unforgettable experience visiting one of the most beautiful venues in Europe.


Gibraltar, beautiful views

We recommend a daytrip accompanied by the best-rated guide in the area. In Gibraltar, you will discover the famous history of the last English colony in the world with an endless array of tourist attractions to enjoy with family and friends


Jerez, homeland for sherry wine

Jerez de la Frontera is homeland for sherry wine. This beautiful city of Cádiz province is, without a doubt, a must if coming to Andalusia, as it is the homeland for sherry wine, Spanish horses and flamenco art. We propose a private visit to the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art with its horses and horsemen and, after discovering the magic world of Spanish horses, we will go to one of the most famous wineries in Jerez, to learn about the elaboration process of our best wines.


Córdoba, a vibrant city

You can believe us when we claim that the journey itself, among olive trees, is already worth it. The city awaits quiet, hidden behind the most brilliant monument from the muslim era in the Western World: The Great Mosque of Cordoba. The amazing city was the capital of the arab Spain for over three centuries, and we believe the biggest European city in Islamic times


Tanger, a trurly experience

You are only 2 hours away from the African continent, so close yet so different. Travelling to Africa through the gateway that is Tangier is an opportunity that must be lived when being in Costa del Sol, a truly unique experience. We will head west to Tarifa, the southernmost city in Europe, which is separated from the port of Tangiers by only 16 km. by the Straits of Gibraltar, which we will cross in a ferry boat. Let the adventure start!


Casares, the most romantic mountain

Casares is one the most romantic mountain village of Estepona, just 15 minutes from Malaga. Estepona started out as a traditional fishing village and its historical centre is pretty much intact nowadays. Take the opportunity to visit some of the spectacular inland scenery and the typical towns like Jubrique, Genaguacil, and Manilva, with its famous Roman bath of “La Hedionda”. Gibraltar is about 25 minutes’ drive away and the Bohemian beach paradise of Tarifa, around 45 minutes’ drive. If you are feeling adventurous in nearby Algeciras you can hop on a ferry to Morocco for a few days of shopping.




Conil, Andalusia's best secret

Conil de la Frontera is one of the best-kept secrets in Andalusia to enjoy unspoiled beaches and bays of golden sand, beautiful cliffs and pine groves.

Conil’s natural environment makes it the perfect place for rest and relaxation, and for playing sports like surfing, diving, and sailing; it is great for trekking, cycling, and horse riding. There are also plenty of spectacular landscapes in this region for enjoying sunrises and sunsets.

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