Colina Del Paraiso is located in the hills of Benahavis, in the quiet Urbanization of El Paraiso Alto. It is the perfect base to explore all that the Costa del Sol has to offer. The complex is located between San Pedro and Estepona. The use of a car is recommended. If you have any difficulty finding us, just call.
How to get there by car from Malaga Pablo Picasso International Airport:
• Exit Malaga airport, turn right towards Algeciras on the A7 (also known as N340).
•Continue on the A7 towards Torremolinos, Benalmádena, Fuengirola, Marbella, Puerto Banús and San Pedro.
•Drive through San Pedro towards Estepona, (do not take the Benahavís exit) on the A7 you will see a Repsol petrol station and a Supersol market, then immediately turn right at the MERCADONA sign.
•With the Mercadona on your right, continue inland until you reach the second roundabout, turn right. From this point you will see our directional signs to Colina del Paraíso.
The province of Malaga owes its international renown to its privileged combination of sun and sand. A beautiful 160 kilometer long Mediterranean coastline and a mild climate due to the protection of the coastal strip from the winds have made Costa del Sol one of the main tourist destinations in the world. There are some fantastic stretches of coastline to enjoy. Excellent restaurants, party places, relaxing beaches or picturesque places, the Costa del Sol has a beach for all tastes.
The closest beach to Colina del Paraíso is Salidillo Benamara beach, 5 minutes by car. There is a wide variety of beach clubs along the coast, as well as services such as water sports, walks, etc.
Local blue flag beaches:
• Estepona: La Rada, El Cristo and El Padrón
• Marbella: Artola (Cabo Pino), Venus-Bajadilla, Casablanca, Guadalmina and San Pedro
• Mijas: La Cala.
Costa del Sol is ideal for shopping, from collecting traditional local pottery to the most prominent international companies, the most famous clothing designers, perfumes and accessories on the market and the most exclusive boutiques that have shops in this remarkable enclave that is known in all Europe. as the mecca of luxury tourism. This is a place to wander and fall under the spell, not only of the stunningly beautiful surroundings, but also of the enticing deals in the shop windows, which in some cases are within reach of the most well-aligned pockets.
All the cities and towns on the Costa del Sol offer a wide range of local products and souvenirs.
Colina Del Paraiso is located in a quiet residential area.
There is a large supermarket (Mercadona) at the end of the road off the A-7, 1.5 km from the complex. Here you will find a wide range of groceries. There are also a number of other shops in this area, including a pharmacy, bank, gas station, and flower shop.
The town of San Pedro de Alcántara is a five-minute drive from Colina and here you will surely find what you need.
If you have any difficulty locating something, just let us know and our local team will be happy to help.
There is a very large shopping center called La Cañada on the A-7 motorway in Marbella (approximately 15 minutes by car), which has a large selection of shops.
Of course, the cities of Marbella, Puerto Banús, Estepona and Benahavis have a wide variety of local and international shops to suit all tastes.
Just a 10-minute drive from us, you can find Hospiten Estepona with multilingual doctors and all medical specialties. They accept the most important international private medical insurances.
We also have a 24-hour medical service at the Resort.
San Pedro de Alcántara also has an Emergency Public Health Centre, also a 10-minute drive away. Of course, should you require any assistance during your stay, please do not hesitate to contact a member of staff, who will be happy to assist you.
It is located a few kilometers west of Marbella and a 10-minute drive from the complex. Famous for its picturesque marina full of multi-million dollar yachts, Puerto Banús also boasts a kilometre-long beach: the golden sands are one of the main attractions of this city that was once a traditional Spanish fishing village decades ago. Associated with the rich and famous, Puerto Banús has more than its fair share of pubs, clubs, restaurants, high-class shops and casino facilities.
Designer names can be found all over the high streets, but if you prefer to browse smaller, more traditional Spanish boutiques and shops, then there are plenty of these too. Alternatively, a visit to the weekly market held in the bullring every Saturday morning is a great way to shop for local produce and holiday souvenirs.
Puerto Banus nightlife is as good as it gets, and has a world-class reputation. You can continue until dawn, if you so wish, or if you prefer something more laid-back, you can settle for a quiet drink and a tapa in any of the countless local bars dotted around the city. If you feel the need to try Tinsel Town, there are numerous cocktail and wine bars dotted around the Marina and waterfront areas, known as Muelle Rivera. By the way, these are great areas to do a little ‘star gazing’.
It is in an ideal situation, just 10 kilometers west of all the glitz and glamor of Marbella, yet only a few minutes’ drive from the natural beauty of the Sierra de Ronda. An ancient farming community, once famous for sugar cane, today San Pedro is a refreshingly unspoiled town with an appeal of its own. Make sure you head to the central square here, with its elegant parish church and narrow streets that are lined with small shops, cafes, and bars. A pleasant walk is from the city center to the beach along Avenida del Marqués del Duero, which is a particularly attractive wide avenue lined with palm trees. And the modern, wide promenade is ideal for continuing your stroll with several excellent chiringuitos (beachside restaurants).
The world-renowned golf course The club currently has two courses, ‘Flamingos Golf’ and the recently opened ‘Grand Flamingo Golf Club’. And soon it will open ‘Flamingos Executive Golf Club’, and in the future, ‘Flamingo Norte’. The 18-hole par 71 “Flamingos Golf” golf course was designed by the prestigious architect Antonio García Garrido and is characterized by its carefully preserved landscapes, with a great variety of trees and beautiful views of the Mediterranean from the golf course.
It is the westernmost town on the Costa del Sol and is about a 20-minute drive from Marbella and at the foot of the Sierra Bermeja. Originally a fishing village, Estepona has developed as a mainly Spanish resort and has managed to avoid too many high-rise buildings. It has a much more authentic atmosphere than many of the other towns on the Costa del Sol with typical Andalusian houses and balconies decorated with flowers. The houses are whitewashed and iron doors are painted every year to maintain the feeling of a well-cared-for town.
For many Andalusians, natives and expats alike, Benahavís is synonymous with food. It has the highest concentration of first class restaurants in the region and attracts thousands of visitors who come simply to savor the cuisine. Its Moorish heritage is highlighted by the nearby existence of the ruined 11th-century castle of Montemayor. As its name suggests, this Moorish stronghold squats atop the highest mountain in the town, and anyone looking to make the ascent to visit the ruins and experience the truly sensational views of the coastline should be prepared for a exhausting but rewarding effort.
Nowadays, Benahavis is rarely calm during the tourist season, but the biggest problems are finding a place to park and choosing a restaurant. Even the old Moorish stone walls surrounding the town hall have been converted into one. His restaurants are his glory, and he celebrates it by describing himself on the road signs that guide him to the gastronomic corner of Andalusia.
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