10 minute drive from Casares del Sol into the Andalucian
hills up winding roads to the traditional white Spanish
village of Casares - virtually untouched by tourism.
through the tiny streets of houses perched on the hillside.
Great views from the Arab battlements.
2 minutes drive from
the apartment to Sabinillas, a traditional Spanish fishing town.
With fishermans boats and a sandy beach.
The seafront promenade has bars and restaurants.
There is a market on Fridays on the esplanade,
Sundays on the fair
(PUERTO DE LA DUQUESA
An easy 3 minutes walk along the seafront from Sabinillas to Duquesa. Centered around a marina with bars and
restaurants serving international styles of food.
trips, fishing trips, watersports from the marina. Duquesa
is flanked by long uncrowded, sandy beaches.
Drive 10 minute to Estepona from Casares del Sol. The old
town has white washed houses, narrow streets, shops,
restaurants and bars.
Sandy beach with beach bars and a
walkway to the 'Port' with more Restaurants
and bars. Markets on Wednesday and
Views from Estepona
mountain over Costa del Sol.
25 minute drive from Casares to glitzy Puerto Banus, with
the most famous marina in Europe. Home to the rich and
famous on Costa del Sol. Designer shops and bars.
by Puerto Banus, another jet set haven. Old
town Marbella has niche shops and 'Orange Square'.
Gibraltar is just 25 minute drive from Casares
del Sol, and is a piece of Britain in the sun with duty free
Visit 'The Rock' of Gibraltar
St Michaels cave, the famous Barbary
apes and Gibraltar's new marina. Currency is UK pounds.
Passports needed to visit Gibraltar.
Drive 30 minutes from Casares
to catch ferry to Tangiers in Morroco. A 20 minutes 9km
Tangiers with the souk market
and narrow streets, Moroccan foods and enjoy a culture
different to Spain. A taste of North Africa whilst
holidaying in Casares Spain.
60 minutes into the heart of Andalucia up the tortuous, scenic road through the mountain range to Ronda.
Or take it easy and catch a train from Algeciras to Ronda
has dramatic escarpments and the deep El Tajo gorge.
Shops, restaurants, bars and bullring.