Property to rent Cabopino long lets
Cabopino is an urbanised area located approximately halfway between Marbella and Fuengirola. The apartments, townhouses and villas are all built in the traditional whitewashed style with prominent red tile roofs. Cabopino has its own small harbour which is filled with stylish yachts alongside traditional fishing boats. Cabopino is the perfect location for a relaxing and tranquil holiday; yet it is centrally located to enjoy all that the region has to offer.
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Main Tourist Attractions
The Cabopino area has its own golf course, Cabopino Golf, so lovers of the game can enjoy a challenging round or two. There are several other championship courses in the immediate area including Santa Maria and La Siesta Golf Clubs. After exploring the marina, visitors can choose to walk over the sandy dunes or spend the day relaxing on the beach. Cabopino is also one of the few nudist beaches in the area. There are several opportunities to do water sports including jet skiing, windsurfing and parasailing. You can also go on a dolphin watching trip from Cabopino. Taking a short drive into Fuengirola, visitors will find an open air zoo, a multiplex cinema, a water park and an Enduro motorbike safari.
The area has several shops which serve the local community and provide holiday essentials for tourists. For a large shopping trip, head into Marbella to the famous Golden Mile. Here you will find stylish boutiques and designer outlets as well as the opportunity to buy items such as shoes, bags, jewellery, perfume and watches. Marbella also has a large shopping centre, La Canada, on the outskirts of the resort. Fuengirola has an El Cortes Ingles department store and the Miramar commercial centre for shopaholics to explore. Open air street markets are held every week and you are sure to pick up a great souvenir at a bargain price.
Eating out and Nightlife
Cabopino has many restaurants, cafés and bars, particularly in the region of the small marina. You will find Spanish dishes such as Tapas and paella, as well as many menus offering food from India, Britain and Italy. Marbella’s Old Town has some lovely ornate squares where you can sit at one of the cafés and watch the world go by.
There are no discos or nightclubs in the immediate area of Cabopino; some of the restaurants and bars located near the marina do have live music and entertainment of an evening. For those who wish to party until dawn, the short trip to either Fuengirola or Marbella will provide hundreds of venues to choose from. A little further to the east of Marbella is Puerto Banus, which has many nightclubs and discos as well as a casino.