Guide to Sotogrande


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It has been a scorching summer in more ways than one this year with tennis star Novak Djokovic visiting SotoTennis

Life’s a beach in Sotogrande

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The beaches of Sotogrande are a place where luxury meets liveliness, where sipping a cocktail with the sand beneath your


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It’s not easy maintaining a reputation as Europe’s ultimate golfing destination, but the Costa del Sol has triumphed again. Two

Feeling festive in Sotogrande

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Although we may not have snow in Sotogrande, there is still so much to help get you into the Christmas

Sotogrande Vintage and Night Markets

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Sotogrande’s vintage summer market, held every Wednesday from 10am until 4pm, has begun. The market is a great assortment of

Marina life in Sotogrande

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Only half an hour from Marbella and ten minutes from Gibraltar, Sotogrande is one of the most prestigious residential areas

Christmas in Spain

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While the weather outside is far from frightening, there’s no mistaking that there’s a festive feeling on the streets of

Top ten things to do in Sotogrande

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Those of us who live in southern Spain know that Sotogrande is a wonderful place to live. However, for any

Horsing around in Sotogrande

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It’s well known for its stylish port, world-class polo matches and an abundance of lush golf courses, however Sotogrande is also an ideal place to watch the competitive and exciting equestrian sport of dressage. For those who don’t have a passion for ponies or a hobby for horses, the French term ‘dressage’ refers to a routine performed by both the horse and rider on which they are then judged. During the event the pair are expected to perform complex movements from memory after years of meticulous training.

Sotogrande shopping in the moonlight

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One of the best features about life here in Spain is that most things tend to happen a little bit later in the evening. People work later, eat later and are still soaking up the sun on the beach until sunset, or even afterwards during the summer months. They do this of course in a bid to escape the sweltering afternoon heat, which on the Costa del Sol can occasionally hit ice-cream melting highs of 42c (107f). It’s good news for those shopaholics among us who like nothing more than to indulge in a bit of nocturnal retail therapy during the cooler evening hours.

Having a whale of a time!

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For those of us living in the beautiful residential resort of Sotogrande, there is a multitude of exhilarating activities to

All aboard the Al-Andalus Train

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If you ever wanted to use Sotogrande as a base from which to experience as yet unexplored sights and beauty