Vacation rentals in Sotogrande. Holiday lettings & accommodation in Sotogrande
The Weather in Sotogrande
Above are the weather conditions for Sotogrande. The highest average temperatures are in the month of July. No heat wave is expected in February, when minimum average temperatures usally hit a 11° low. The rainiest month is March, while the driest month is July.
What are the most popular accommodations in Sotogrande?
The most popular accommodation types in Sotogrande are apartment rentals and house rentals. With 541 accommodations in Sotogrande, the perfect holiday home is only one click away.
What does it cost to rent a holiday home in Sotogrande?
Prices start at just £28 per night. Most house rentals in Sotogrande are 186 m² and apartment rentals are 94 m².
Do you offer pet-friendly apartment rentals in Sotogrande?
When travelling with your dog in Sotogrande, apartment rentals are recommended. These are the most common type of pet-friendly accommodations and cost an average of £149 per night.
Do you also offer accommodations that are suitable for groups in Sotogrande ?
We have a great range of accommodations for groups in Sotogrande. On average, the apartment rentals has space for 5 guests.
Sotogrande Villas for rent
Sotogrande Villas for holiday rentals. Properties for short term rent in Sotogrande, Sotogrande Alto, modern family villa for holiday rentals, SOTOGRANDE VILLA RENTALS Sotogrande is an exclusive urbanisation in Andalucia, renowned for its marina, yachts, luxury villas, polo fields and luxury Mediterranean lifestyle. We present a selection of quality apartments in Sotogrande. The villas in Sotogrande are located in two zones. Sotogrande Baja, the beach side of the A-7 coast road. This offers greatest convenience for beach and the marina. Sotogrande Alta, on the mountain side of the A-7 coast road. This offers greater convenience for the countryside, lakes, Valderrama Golf Club and Sotogrande School.OCCUPYING A BEAUTIFUL, GREEN COASTAL STRIP THAT RUNS DOWN FROM OAK-COVERED HILLS TO FINE SANDY BEACHES, EXCLUSIVE SOTOGRANDE LOOKS OUT TO THE ROCK OF GIBRALTAR AND THE CLIFFS OF NORTH AFRICA.
Sotogrande is unique – not only for its scale, but also for the fact that its creation has been guided by a single master plan. It was the brainchild of an American, Colonel Joseph McMicking, whose dream it was to create an exclusive resort of international standing here.
And exclusive it certainly is. Sotogrande looks and feels impressive: the roads are wide and well-kept, the entire resort is well-manicured and nicely landscaped, it’s secure, and most of all, the various parts come together to create a harmonious and complimentary whole. Drive through the entrance arches and you immediately know you’re in Sotogrande.
A resort that attracts so many of the Spanish and international well-to-do must have something special. It’s as understated and laid-back as Puerto Banus and Marbella are bold and ostentatious.
Sotogrande has the distinct feel of a place that attracts old money. You might think that this would result in a stuffiness and a haughty atmosphere, but that’s not the vibe at all here. For one thing, there are too many young people around. And why not? With an excellent marina, some of the best beaches of the Costa del Sol and a long list of sporting and social attractions in and around the resort, Sotogrande offers a lot of fun, as well as an upmarket post code.
- Fantastic setting: occupying a beautiful green coastal area that runs down from gentle slopes to fine white beaches, Sotogrande overlooks the Rock of Gibraltar and the cliffs of North Africa.
- Style and sophistication: Sotogrande has an ambience and character all of its own, making it a unique low-key, high-style destination.
- Yachting life: it’s home to one of the best and most sophisticated marinas in Spain.
- Golf: with Valderrama just one of several first-class courses, Sotogrande is a true golfer’s heaven.
- Outdoor activities: polo, tennis, beach clubs, spa resorts and luxurious accommodation await – all in great style.
Not only is Sotogrande a paradise for golfers and water sports fans, but it’s also one of the most important polo destinations in Spain.
On the golf front, among its internationally renowned golf courses are Valderrama, Real Club de Golf, Club de Golf La Cañada, San Roque Club, La Reserva de Sotogrande and Club de Golf Almenara. Just a little further afield are the courses of the Alcaidesa Links Golf Resort, La Duquesa Golf & Country Club, Doña Julia, Casares Costa Golf, Valle Romano Golf & Resort and Club de Golf Finca Cortesin.
While most of the courses feature clubhouses with good restaurants and facilities, the unmistakable social hub of Sotogrande remains its pretty marina, where shops, cafés and restaurants enjoy the views over the yachts. The marina is also home to an active yacht club with a sailing school, power boating, scuba diving, rowing and kayaking. The latter can be practiced in the wide Guadiaro River, which reaches the sea here.
Another important social and sporting activity in Sotogrande is polo, for which it’s an internationally renowned centre. The verdant grounds of the Santa Maria Polo Club provide the scene for major international competitions where spectators enjoy champagne and strawberries as they rub shoulders with celebrities and royalty.
Inland, Sotogrande opens up to some fantastic horse riding, hiking trails, cycling and bird watching, as it lies surrounded by protected nature and finds itself on the path of the annual bird migrations between Europe and Africa.
While the marina forms a social hub with a good choice of restaurants, cafés and nightlife, the beach clubs, golf clubhouses and also nearby villages offer more dining and socialising options within Sotogrande.
The fine dining restaurants, cafés and nightlife of Sotogrande centre primarily on its marina and resort centre of Torreguardiaro, though the nearby villages and coastal areas also offer a great choice of country venta restaurants and chiringuito beach bars.
Among the resort’s own iconic institutions are the Trocadero and El Octogano beach clubs, whose swimming pools, lawns, restaurants, bars and beachside clubs offer a refined but relaxed atmosphere in which to enjoy the sun, relax, socialise or even have a massage.
For a feast of fresh fish you can also head along the coast road towards La Duquesa to seek out family-run beach cafes serving up the catch of the day. The small enclaves of Pueblo Nuevo and old town of Guadiaro are also favourites among locals for a meal out and a sun-downer in the square.
Many of the boutiques and shops in Sotogrande are to be found in and around the marina, and the Blue Sotogrande shopping quarter, while the nearby village of San Enrique de Guadiaro offers the shopping experience of a typical Andalucian village.
Just 15 minutes to the west is Gibraltar, with its old district and high street lined with duty-free shops and boutiques. Half an hour to the east you’ll find the designer outlets, jewellery stores, La Cañada shopping mall and El Corte Inglés department store of Marbella.
Most, however, come to Sotogrande to relax, take in the refined atmosphere and enjoy the combination of sun, views and natural scenery that makes it such a special spot on the Mediterranean coastline.
Holiday Home Availability Information in Sotogrande
Have a look at the above graph to see the availability of holiday rentals in Sotogrande. In one week of August (07/08 – 14/08), 67% of the holiday homes are booked. It will be easy to find a holiday home that suits you in one week in November (20/11 – 27/11), when 84 of the rentals are still available.
Beautiful holiday homes for rent in Sotogrande you can search from a selection of holiday homes for rent in Sotogrande. Popular holiday rentals in Sotogrande are holiday villas, cottages, apartments and country houses to rent for short term holidays in Sotogrande. When you rent a holiday home in Sotogrande via Spain-holiday.com, you deal directly with the owner, who is your best source of information for local restaurants etc near your accommodation. The above selection of filters will help you find your dream holiday rental in Sotogrande. Many accommodation options in Sotogrande provide TVs or internet, which makes it a wonderful destination if you want to tune out with some TV time or you can’t imagine a holiday without internet. You could even look for properties if you want a rental with a jacuzzi (88 rentals include jacuzzis in Sotogrande) or you love sweating the stress away in saunas (44 rentals with saunas).This graph displays average prices of the holiday cottages and holiday apartments located in Sotogrande. Prices reach their highest point in August, when prices are an average of £134 a night (07/08 – 14/08). Opt for a getaway in February (12/02 – 19/02) for optimal savings when heading to Sotogrande. Search Holiday Rentals in Sotogrande.
Price and Availability Index for Sotogrande
Holiday Letting Price Information in Sotogrande
This graph displays average prices of the holiday cottages and holiday apartments located in Sotogrande. Prices reach their highest point in August, when prices are an average of £134 a night (07/08 – 14/08). Opt for a getaway in February (12/02 – 19/02) for optimal savings when heading to Sotogrande.84%MayJuneJulyAugustSeptemberOctoberNovemberDecemberJanuaryFebruaryMarchAprilAvailable Lettings (in %)