Discover Sotogrande

A place that celebrates heritage and history in beautiful natural settings. Since the early 1960s, Sotogrande has been the playground of the global elite. Visitors and residents include royalty, the famous and the business elite — all attracted by the unique lifestyle which is exemplified by La Reserva.

There’s no place in the world like this 20km2 area on the Andalusian coastline. For more than six decades, families have returned again and again to bask in the warmth of a community of like-minded people. Sotogrande is where they spend their long summer days in peace and nature, tranquillity and understated luxury.

Europe’s finest destination for golfers

With some of Spain’s finest golf courses within three kilometres, Sotogrande is the perfect base to enjoy your favourite sport.

Two private clubs will need no introduction—the Real Club Golf Sotogrande and Real Club Valderrama. The La Reserva Club, Sotogrande’s latest course, completes the triumvirate and offers a contemporary country club setting within the newest addition to Sotogrande’s community.

Tennis and Padel

Central to the Sotogrande lifestyle, tennis and padel have been played on our sunkissed courts since 1965.

The Racquet Centre offers superb facilities alongside an array of products and coaching options. With its four competition clay courts, you can enjoy a gentle knock-up with friends or work on your game as part of a tailored training programme at our Tennis Academy.

The tennis and padel courts are open from Monday to Sunday from 7am to 11pm and can be booked online.

Grab the Sunblock

The Beach at La Reserva Club surrounds a stunning lagoon populated with large sun loungers and Chambaos with full waiter service. Other amenities include a sports lagoon and adult pool.

If you’re after something more isolated, choose Bunker Beach on Playa Guadalquitón’s quiet five-kilometre stretch just west of Sotogrande. The twokilometre stretch of Playa Sotogrande is home to the Trocadero Beach Club inspired by colonial Africa, where you can soak up the sun, swim, or enjoy a poolside drink. And for hippy-chic on the beach, Chambao, Bahia Limón and Gigi’s beach are the places to be.

Sotogrande Gastronomy

Sotogrande restaurants cater to discerning travellers who know what they like – from refined gastronomy to a flip-flop brunch beside the sea. Dining out in Sotogrande is always served with lashings of local flavour—in the dishes and the surroundings.

Highlights include the SO/Sotogrande hotel restaurant Cortijo Santa María 1962 which offers an artisanal Andalusian vibe and the Society Clubhouse Restaurant which is the place for relaxed breakfasts or more formal meals that take inspiration from all over the world. Marxa Chiringuito is the place to sample delicious barbecue creations and cocktails around the pool and the La Reserva Beach Club has everything from light bites to à la carte choices for all to enjoy. Sotogrande Marina also features a great choice of restaurants.

Outdoor Pursuits

A Passion for Horses

Since the beginning, Sotogrande has been known for its horse culture and outstanding equestrian facilities. Santa Maria Polo club is known the world over and regularly hosts international tournaments.

Dressage, eventing, cross country and show jumping are also important events on the Sotogrande sporting calendar. The two main facilities, Dressage Sotogrande and Endurance Equestrian, provide training for all the main disciplines, for beginners right through to national and international competitors. If you want to learn polo, our concierge service will arrange a lesson at Polo Valley Sotogrande. Located on a ranch just outside the borders of Sotogrande, Polo Valley combines polo tuition with worldclass accommodation for a unique experience in the equestrian field.

Water Sports

Thrill-seekers are spoilt for choice at Sotogrande, with a host of water sports on offer from kayaking and kitesurfing, to wakeboarding and diving. The winds that roll in to the coast of Southern Spain have long made Sotogrande popular with sailing enthusiasts so it’s no surprise that Sotogrande plays host to various regattas.

Bicycle Club

Discover the old Andalucia by bicycle—on or off road. It’s the best way to explore the natural landscape and enjoy the unspoiled countryside along trails that hug the sea.


Should you consider staying here on a more permanent basis, the Sotogrande
International School (SIS) is just next door. Considered one of the leading schools in
Spain, SIS is suitable for children from 3 to 18 years old and follows the International
Baccalaureate Curriculum in English.

Discover Andalucia

With its dancing stallions and flamenco, traditional leatherwork and picturesque, white-washed villages, Andalucia is quintessential Spain. From the Great Mosque of Cordoba to the museums and Picasso Foundation in Malaga, there is an abundance of places to explore and Sotogrande is the perfect place to start.

From here, you can visit the extraordinary cathedral in Seville, try wine-tasting in Jerez, explore the Alhambra’s Moorish past or take up kitesurfing along the golden shores of Tarifa.

With more 40,000 hectares of vineyards, the area is renowned for its wine tours and tastings. Equally famous for its cuisine, this part of Spain is the perfect place to sample authentic local dishes, fresh fish with Mediterranean flavours and Arabic-influenced dishes.

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