Once you cross the bridge over the Guadiaro river from Sotogrande Marina, leaving Tavvy’s Sailing School and Water Sports on the banks of the estuary behind you, you will arrive in the Kings and Queens area of Sotogrande Costa. Anyone trying to familiarise themselves with Sotogrande will find the road naming system quite helpful as these have all been organised into Zones. For example, the roads in the D Zone all start with the letter D, B Zone roads start with the letter B and so on. All roads in the Kings and Queens area of Sotogrande are all named after Kings and Queens.
In addition, the roads in the Kings and Queens all connect to, or link off of Paseo del Parque which is a wide, palm tree lined circular avenue which runs for almost exactly 5 km around the edge of the Real Club de Golf of Sotogrande. Anyone looking for some exercise may like to try this route, as Paseo del Parque is mostly flat for the 5 km loop.
The properties in Kings and Queens of Sotogrande range from beach side townhouses, traditional Andalucian villas, to multi million Euro frontline golf mansions. As the Kings and Queens area of Sotogrande is primarily flat, you will not find many properties here with views other than those to the golf, but the desirability of being close to the beach means that the rental prices are likely to be higher here. If you are looking for views, you should look at the areas in Sotogrande that are built on higher ground such as the F Zone, Almenara and La Reserva.