Born of a dream
Since its inception, the rich, famous and the nobility own its villas and apartments, many of which overlook or, more recently, were actually built on, purpose-built islands in Sotogrande marina that is now considered the finest marina in the Western Mediterranean with berths for over 800 boats from just a few metres in length to super yachts of 30 metres.
As might be expected of a high end and luxury community, the facilities offered to residents and visitors are equally first rate, including world class golf courses and polo fields, tennis and paddle courts, horse riding, water sports and beach clubs, including “The Beach” situated on the largest artificial beach on the Lagoon at La Reserva Club.
Sotogrande is primarily a sporting estate that is built on a concept of providing a family friendly safe and secure environment for people of all ages to discover, stay, enjoy, indulge and return to.
Sotogrande is organised into geographical zones, defined by the road names or locations. The roads in the A Zone all start with the letter A, B Zone roads start with the letter B, whilst roads in the Kings and Queens area all have roads named after Kings and Queens.
Each Zone offers a different holiday experience, so to help you decide which area is best suited for you and your needs, you will find some helpful information on all of these areas below.
Where to eat in Sotogrande
Things to do in Sotogrande
What's on in Sotogrande
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