Benahavis is one of the most affluent postcodes in Andalucia thanks to the mansions of La Zagaleta and El Madroñal. Neighbouring San Pedro grew out from a small fishing village to become a vibrant little town full of shops, tapas bars and Spanish character.
Our villas are located in some of Spain’s most beautiful locations. Each is personally visited and hand-picked to ensure it offers our special brand of ‘Spain in Style’.
Our luxury villas take in some remarkable corners of Spain. Down in the south, atmospheric Andalucia – where sultry cities mix with dramatic landscapes and sun-soaked beaches. In the centre, historic towns and cities dot never-ending plains; up in the north, jagged mountains drop down to lush green fields and unspoilt coast.
From beautiful beaches to soaring peaks, relaxing by a marina or visiting cultural gems, Spain offers some of the most magical places in which to spend your luxury villa holiday. Below you will find some of our current Spanish villa destinations – with more being added all the time.
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Find your Luxury Villa in the Costa del Sol, Andalucia and Spain
From sweeping beaches to cultural gems
There’s so much to see and do in Andalucia that it’s hard to know quite where to begin. Renting a luxury villa on the Costa del Sol as your base means you can enjoy some of Spain’s most magnificent cities, monuments, beaches and landscapes in a single day. The possibilities to indulge your travel passions are endless.
High on most visitors’ lists is exploring the “Golden Triangle”: Granada with her iconic Alhambra, the ancient Albaicin and Moorish old town; Seville with her magnificent cathedral, plazas and monuments on the banks of the River Guadalquivir, and Cordoba with her charming patios and historical Mezquita.
Added to this we have the city of Malaga, the long under-appreciated gem of the Spanish south. The city has been revitalised to reveal Moorish and Roman ruins sitting alongside an upmarket port and fashionable town centre. In Malaga you can find chic boutique and designer labels rubbing shoulders with tapas bars and ancient bodegas down narrow cobbled streets.
A Paradise for Outdoor Pursuits
With dramatic landscapes ranging from mountains down to the Mediterranean sea, Andalucia is packed with active pursuits.
Whatever form of leisure you love, you’ll probably find it on the Costa del Sol. Here, the most memorable holiday experiences are only limited by your own imagination.
As well as offering the most southerly ski resort in Europe, Andalucia is a world famous golfing destination – and many of our villas are located right on the front line of some of the best golf courses in Europe.
Malaga province is also home to a vast array of sporting options from cycling to rock climbing, horse riding to canyoning, while water sports lovers can enjoy sailing, surfing and deep-sea fishing, to name but a few.
Local Cuisine Meets Fine Dining
From tapas to Michelin-star high cuisine, Andalucian gastronomy is culture on a plate.
The beauty of renting a private luxury villa on the Costa del Sol is the sheer choice of amazing gastonomical delights that you can enjoy during your stay.
While Marbella, Sotogrande and Puerto Banus are home to some of the best high-end restaurants on the coast, you can also eat amazingly well in those little family-run places on the beach, proudly serving up the freshest catch of the day.
The choice of tapas is astounding, as Spanish cuisine hits the world map and chefs constantly seek to innovate with new recipes and ingredients to wow visitors. Pair these delicious morsels with excellent Spanish wine, or outstanding Sherries from the region, and you have a meal fit for a king.
Where Designer Boutiques Rub Shoulders with Artisan Markets
Retail addicts love the range of shopping options on the Costa del Sol and in the cities of Andalucia.
One of southern Spain’s biggest charms is its restraint from commercialism, while managing to still offer a great choice of retail options.
Every town faithfully preserves its own weekly markets, where you can find everything from the freshest local produce to quirky second-hand bargains and carefully crafted souvenirs. Out of town shopping centres help quench the thirst for high street stores and modern fashions.
Designer labels have their place here, too, as the upmarket resorts of Marbella and Puerto Banus, as well as city centres like Malaga are packed with boutiques showcasing the likes of Gucci, Cartier and Versace.