A small harbour town located just 12 kilometres just outside Marbella, Cabopino is home to one of the most stunning beaches on the Costa del Sol. The relaxed atmosphere attracts holidaymakers and foreign residents, allowing them to enjoy the internationally renowned restaurants that Cabopino has to offer. It is considered one of the best kept secrets on the Costa del Sol!
It's stunning harbour offers 169 moorings, and is home to some of the best restaurants in town. Built in beautiful style, visitors can take in the incredible architecture. In many ways, Cabopino is much like Puerto Banús, but offers a much quieter atmosphere than its larger counterpart.
Cabopino may be small, but it means that this traditionally Spanish town hasn't been overbuilt or too exposed, allowing it to maintain its heritage and traditions. Up in the mountainside, we can find a beautiful 18-hole golf course that belongs to Cabopino.
Situated next to the urbanisations of Elviria and Calahonda, the amenities in the area are endless. Although home to its very own golf course, many more can be found close by.
It's name, Cabopino, translates to Pine Cape, which can be seen when visiting this small town. The pine trees go all the way down to the beach, which for most of the time isn't overcrowded, and can be found next to a natural park of sand dunes.
Málaga International Airport: 45 minutes
Gibraltar International Airport: 55 minutes to 1 hour
Cabopino Golf Marbella, La Siesta Golf, Rio Real Golf, Santa Maria Golf & Country Club, Miraflores Golf, Santa Clara Golf Marbella, Greenlife Golf Marbella, Marbella Golf & Country Club
John Hoffman German School, The English International College, The British School of Marbella