Nearest Airports :
Malaga -1 hour to la Duquesa.
Gibraltar - 30 minutes to La Duquesa
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Puerto de la Duquesa
Puerto de la Duquesa is one of Spain´s best kept secrets.
The marina is full of all kinds of restaurants and bars suitable for everyone.
The evenings are great for a family meal or a romantic meal watching the boats in the marina.
The night life is full of live music, singing, cocktails and dancing.
And the days are full with sun shine, relaxing by the pool or down on the beautiful beaches along the coast.
Estepona port is bigger than La Duquesa with a different array of bars and restaurants.
Its a little quieter and not as much going on but still a lovely port to visit.
There is a street market on Sunday mornings along the marina.
Further on from the port is Estepona town, Estepona town is very Spanish.
The promenade stretches from one end of Estepona to the other.
There are a number of beach bars and large children´s play areas along the promenade that are great for children of all ages.
The main town in Estepona situated in the back streets has numerous shoe shops and clothes shops, plenty of little coffee bars to stop for coffee and churros & chocolate.
Just past Estepona you will find Laguna VIllage, it is a luxurious commercial center with beach clubs, restaurants, fashion, swimming pool and direct access to the beach.
Sotogrande has a beautiful port, it only has a handful of bars and restaurants but they are ideal for an afternoon drink and snack.
They have a street market along the marina on Sunday mornings.
Sotogrande is best known for its large villas and its polo games at the Santa Maria Polo club.
They hold tournaments through out the year, its great to go down and watch, make a day of it & get involved.
Gibraltar is a great day out for everyone, you can walk over the boarder across the run way and walk straight into the main street or get on one of the local buses that stops at numerous stops.
The main street is full of clothes shops, perfume & make up shops, small duty free shops with a wide range of cigarettes & alcohol.
You can also get a tour from the taxi drivers who will take you up the rock to see the monkeys, show you the St Michael´s caves, the world war 2 tunnels and much more. It is definitely worth a visit.
Puerto Banus / Marbella Puerto
Banus and Marbella is full of the rich and famous.There are many designer shops and some exclusive restaurants and bars. Marbella is a lovely town, if you go into the small back streets they are full of little restaurants and shops. There is a Market held on Saturday mornings by the bull ring in Puerto Banus. There are many bars & restaurants along the marina in Puerto Banus but some can be expensive.
The night life in Puerto Banus is full of bars and night clubs open until the early hours .
Marbella also has some fantastic beach clubs, open for meals at the restaurant or a drink around the swimming pool.