Puerto Cabopino, 2 Bed Air Conditioned Holiday Rental Home

Cabopino is the best kept secret. Luxury gated property front line on ground floor very close to secure parking. Luxurious resort with large terrace onto a pretty plaza which has two cane chairs and table which is lovely to set out in evening with glass wine and a good book. The terrace is gated. From the lounge there is a table and chairs where you can enjoy breakfast and listen to the birds singing in pines which look onto marina and sea.In the lounge you will find a red book with places of interest. We have the most mouth watering restaurant bars in Cabopino. You have plaza mayor which is surrounded with restaurant bars and around the marina you also have marvellous restaurants. Puerto Cabopina is renowned for its restaurants we only have one ...

...Shop around marina which carries all necessities. Retail therapy is in Marbella, La Canada, and Puerto Banus which runs from 15-20 minutes from Cabopino. Local transport from Cabopino to Elviria, Marbella and Puerto Banus is very inexpensive and also runs other way to La Cala which has a Market on Wednesdays and is only ten minutes away. It is a very old Spanish town and has a lovely beach. Cost on local transport €9.00. This bus also runs to Fuengorlia, Benamadala and Malaga which is a lovely city to visit. Take the open top bus when you arrive in Malaga it is most interesting. Highly recommend RondaUp in the hills a lovely medieval town also Cordoba and Selwo which is a safari type and you could spend the day there it is on the way to Estepona all in red book. People come from all round to eat in Cabopino especially "Da Brueno". Registration number is CTC/2016118991

Entrance Entrance

The Costa del Sol stretches along just over 150 kilometres of Málaga province and is one of Spain's most popular tourist destinations. The area's mild climate is the root attraction that makes it possible to enjoy the beaches and a wide variety of outdoor activities year round. Situated along the Costa del Sol, Marbella is Spain's answer to St Tropez. This chic holiday resort is a favoured get-away among the rich and famous and it’s not hard to see why. There’s an endless supply of world-class restaurants, luxury hotels, spectacular golf courses, fashionable shops, lovely marina and a vast number of lively bars and clubs to keep you entertained till sunrise.Marbella may be the most famous place on the Costa del Sol but there are numerous other areas that are well worth a visit! There is a wealth of things on offer in the surrounding region, each destination offering its own individual qualities. You can visit the ‘white village’ Mijas and wander the cobbled streets, dine in the mountains at Benahavis or go down to Gibraltar to see the rock and the monkeys that reside there.With the N340 coastal motorway traveling right across the Coast it is extremely easy for those that are unfamiliar with the area to navigate their way around the Coast! All the areas listed are within a two hour drive of Marbella and hiring a rental car is often the most popular and cost effective way of getting around!

Only 12 km from Marbella and 14 km from Fuengirola, it's hard to believe that a hidden jewel such as Cabopino exists in the heart of the Costa del Sol. With an attractive beach, relaxed atmosphere, pleasant harbour and renowned restaurants, Cabopino is undoubtedly the Coast's best kept secret. Also just a few feet from your door on site SPA with full treatment list.But why bother going to Cabopino when there are plenty of other beaches? Quite simply, because Cabopino is unlike anywhere else on the coast. Development has been strictly controlled here, and the tower blocks which are so characteristic along the Costa's shore-line are noticeable by their absence at Cabopino.An old fortified watchtower still stands proudly by the sand dunes alongside the beach. From its priviledged position it is possible to see all along the coast to Marbella and Gibraltar and Africa beyond, a spectacular backdrop for a spectacular beach.Cabopino has some high quality beach bars (chiringitos). Your table awaits you! Cabopino is well sheltered and protected from the elements, and artificial reefs on either side of the beach keep the waves and wind at bay. Lifeguards - on duty throughout the summer - combined with the beach's gentle slope into the sea, make Cabopino child-friendly and safe. The sand is well maintained, clean and of a superior quality to other beaches along the Costa del Sol, making Cabopino the ideal place for the child in all of us to build our very own sandcastle in the sun.Chiringitos (beachside bars and restaurants) are plentiful here and are renowned for their excellent quality. Costa del Sol residents come from far and wide to sample Cabopino's specialty, superb seafood at prices that won't break the bank.

Cabopino is home to an exciting range of restaurants, with fine cuisine from all over the globe. From traditional Spanish favourites such as paella and pizza. and from Chinese to international cuisine, all palates are catered for and there's even an unusual Victoria theme restaurant offering more than just a feast - a feast for the eyes. Vegetarian menus are also available.The many restaurants are based in two main locations, chiringitos along the beach, and a host of restaurants around the delightful, beautifully proportioned harbour.The pretty port, with its small boatyard, attractive architecture and choice of restaurants may be a secret for some, but for those in the know, it's not to be missed.Small and tranquil, it may be, but Cabopino gets busy at lunchtime, especially at weekends, and whether you are after an ice-cream at the beach, or a cocktail at the marina, Cabopino's evening buzz is hard to resist.The small scale of Cabopino's development makes accommodation hard to come by, but the enviable location makes it a perfect place to spend the day. Not surprisingly, Cabopino's 169 moorings are always occupied by exclusive yachts.A beautiful, family-friendly beach, with a host of fine restaurants, well-proportioned harbour, attractive architecture, golf, water-sports and exciting evenings, all rolled into one; it's hard to believe that Cabopino exists.Perhaps that is why the secret of the jewel of the Costa del Sol survives, but seeing is believing - Cabopino is a charming oasis in the heart of the Costa del Sol that's easy to fall in love with and shouldn't be missed.

Aer Lingus, Ryan Air and Budget Travel. From U.K. Easy jet, BMI or B.A. Fly to Malaga and apartment is 40 minutes to apartment. Taxi is available at €75. You can also get train at the airport to Fuengirola at €7 and a taxi from Fuengirola to apartment will cost €20 Should you wish to hire car please contact owner and cars start at €135 per week who will meet you at airport. Local Blue Buses run to and from Malaga. Bus from Cabopino to Marbella is approx. €4 and €1 from Marbella to La Canada and Puerto Banus. Buses run every 15 minutes

Table and Chairs for four on Balcony where you can enjoy breakfast with birds!It has community pool together with childrens pool and play area. It is completely secure and very safe for children lots of water sports on beach. Balcony marble and terrace beautifully tiled. Terrace leads to a lovely plaza with Beauty Salon, Hairdressers and restaurant which is highly recommended.Smoking on Balcony and Terrace only. No high rise properties in Cabopino.

Powered by LouderVoice and LouderYou

Rental PricesPrices based on a 7 night rental
Low Season, Nov - December
Mid Season; April, May, October
Mid Season; June, 15th-30th Sept
High Season; July, Aug - 15th Sept

Note: Tariffs inclusive of Agents fee & Cleaning etc.Please note: 50% booking deposit required at time of booking and balance due 3 weeks before arrival.

A Security Deposit ...

...of €200 also required which will be refundable within 1 week subject to keys being returned and property being left in order.

Prices may be subject to change at the owner's discretion.

Change Day: Flexible

Similar holiday homes with 2 bedrooms in Costa Del Sol area