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Explore the area



Alcaidesa Boutique Hotel is surrounded by some of the most beautiful golf courses in the world.

La Hacienda, located in La Alcaidesa offers an unparalleled experience to the golf player. Two 18-hole golf courses, recently renovated, with a unique Links-type course redesigned by the famous North American designer Kurtis Bowman.

San Roque Golf Club, Real Club de Golf Sotogrande, Almenara Golf Club and Club de Golf Valderrama can you find only a short drive from La Alcaidesa. 



Just 15 minutes by car and you are at the border crossing to Gibraltar. Gibraltar is a British overseas territory. The territory has a 1.2 km long border with Spain and a 12 km long coastline. The highest point is 426 m, on the limestone mountain that makes up most of Gibraltar. Gibraltar is located in a strategic location. The Strait of Gibraltar is a narrow stretch of sea across to Africa. The strait connects the Atlantic Ocean with the Mediterranean.


There is a lot to experience here. Everything from the wild monkeys on top of the mountain to St. Michael's limestone caves, old cave passages from the war, shopping and nightlife.



40 minutes by ferry and you are in Morocco, Africa. More specifically, the port cities of Tangier. Take a day trip and explore Morocco's unique colors, small streets and markets.




Spain's and Europe's southernmost mainland point. With chalk-white sand as far as the eye can see and lots of wind, Tarifa has become a chill and playful place where surfers and kiters enjoy nature. From Tarifa you can also go whale watching.





Ronda is one of the most picturesque towns in Andalucia, known for its unique geographical location. The city is divided in two by the El Tajo gorge, a dramatic rock formation that has become a symbol of the city's cultural and historical heritage. Must see:


  • Cross Puente Nuevo

  • Visit the Plaza de Toros, one of Spain's oldest bullrings

  • Explore the old town




The Alhambra is a palace and fortress complex built in the mid-14th century by the Moorish rulers of the Emirate of Grenada, today in the autonomous region of Andalusia in Spain.


Today, the fortress is on the UNESCO World Heritage List and is one of Spain's biggest tourist attractions.


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