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Any motorists travelling south on the A7 road will flash by the small town of Pueblo Nuevo and will be left with the impression of a typical Spanish town, white-walled houses and some buildings built in a style best described as semi-colonial. Little do they realise that far from being an old established town, it is one of Andalucia’s newest, dating only from the 1970’s.

In 1969, Cortijo Los Canos, one of the five estates of the newly emerging Sotogrande community, was cut off from the rest of Sotogrande when a new coast road, the N340, now the A7, was built. It found itself on the inland side of the road, between the ancient town of Guadiaro and the developing Sotogrande. The Sotogrande developers sold the land, and the village of Pueblo Nuevo de Guadiaro suddenly happened, almost overnight.