The Costa del Sol is the world renowned 161km stretch of Mediterranean coastline which is famed for having swathes of marvellous beaches, hidden coves and a dramatic skyline of soaring mountains. These mountains and the shape of the Mediterranean have created a sheltered coastline, perfect for water sports, safe anchorage for fishing fleets and a mild climate. Whilst most of the Costa del Sol falls into the province of Malaga, there are a few of the finest miles of coastline that fall into Cadiz. Villas for rent and properties in the Cadiz stretch of the Costa del Sol are on some of the finest beaches, backed by beautifully lush countryside.
The whole of the Costa del Sol, and especially the stretch in Cadiz province, is known for two primary reasons; beaches and golf. There are no fewer than ten golf courses on this small stretch of coastline, offering golf to every different levels of ability, but all in spectacular scenery and with an excellent year round climate which make taking a Costa del Sol – Cadiz villa for rent a rare treat for those who love a round in the sun.
The beaches of the Costa del Sol – Cadiz are as good, if not better, than those of Malaga province, yet have managed to completely avoid the concrete development which has blighted many of the views available from the self catering holiday properties further along the coast. Cadiz accommodation on the Costa del Sol is mainly in Pueblo Blancas (whitewashed, traditional Andalucian village). Every water sport you could wish for is to be found along the coastline, and every style of beach, from the large tourist beach to the secluded cove, so there will be somewhere to fall in love with close to every one of the Costa del Sol – Cadiz holiday apartments and villas available!
Sotogrande is an exclusive resort, boasting not only a luxury marina and excellent sporting facilities, but a golf course which has hosted many of the world’s largest competitions including the Ryder Cup, World Golf Championships and the annual Volvo Masters. There is everything you could wish for from a Costa del Sol – Cadiz villa, and much more besides, including beautiful beaches, plenty of vibrant bars and even a polo club.
Alcaidesa originated as a beautiful little fishing village, and has been incredibly well controlled so that any development has to be exactly in line with the Andalucian way. The extensive facilities, including a glorious golf course have added to the traditional feel rather than taken away from it.
With over 330 days of sunshine on the Costa del Sol – Cadiz Province, you would be very unlucky to get poor weather at any time of year in a self catering villa or apartment rental. Temperatures vary very little during the year, with a yearly average of 22°C, meaning that the golf courses and waters of the Mediterranean are warm enough to enjoy all year round.
To reach any of the Costa del Sol – Cadiz accommodation, you must make your way to Malaga International Airport (AGP), which should not be hard as there are cheap flights from across the UK on a range of service providers.