Beach Guide

There's so much to see and do on the Costa del Sol, whether you're six or sixty!
Here's a few suggestions of some of the best beaches we've found on the Costa del Sol.

El Saladillo Beach, Estepona

A 10-minute drive from La Duquesa brings you to El Saladillo, a long and wide beach that doesn't get too over-crowded in the high season. There are two great beach restaurants 'La Antigua' (fantastic mussels with chopped leeks in a cream sauce!) and 'Pepe's Beach' which serves excellent paellas; both also hire sun beds & parasols.

Nikki Beach, Marbella

Nikki Beach is basically an upmarket beach club - exclusive and expensive. You can hire massive beach beds for the day, while being served champagne and shellfish to your heart’s desire. Set against the beautiful backdrop of the Don Carlos Beach Resort, Nikki Beach plays host to some of the world’s rich and famous. From celebrities to local socialites, as well as visitors looking for an unparalleled good time, this is the ultimate destination for relaxation, celebration and revelry.

Cabopino Beach, Cabopino

A 10-minute drive from Calanova Sea Golf, this is an attractive, wide, sandy beach with a relaxed atmosphere and a pleasant marina. Unlike anywhere else on the coast, development has been strictly controlled and the tower blocks, which are so characteristic along other areas of the coast are only noticeable by their absence! A great romantic haunt, Cabopino is perfect if you like the charm of a harbour, but without the crowds of Puerto Banús. A great place to take friends or family who have never been to the coast before.

Bounty Beach, Marbella

Close to the Marbella centre, Bounty beach has good music, good times and good food. Enjoy tapas, paellas and an excellent choice of drinks. In the high season their regular fun parties on a Sunday night make the rest of the week worth living for! Popular with Marbella residents and visitors alike.