The San Roque Collection
By Loxwood Developments

Rich in Culture

Andalucía's Cultural and historic diversity is all around

From the spectacular Moorish architecture of Córdoba's mosque-cathedral to Roman sites all over the region, Andalucía has seen many influences come and go over the centuries, all of which have left their cultural mark. Flamenco – the Andalucían style of folk dance and music – is known the world over for its flamboyance, rhythm and colour, and enjoys high cultural status throughout the region, with many festivals including Málaga's International Flamenco festival in June. Ronda's Puente Nuevo (New Bridge) spans the Guadalevín River gorge, uniting the two halves of this beautiful town, itself of Roman origin. 

The Costa del Sol

A Coast of Contrasts, from STUNNING Beaches to Elegant SHopping Malls

The Costa del Sol, or Sun Coast, is a varied area of ancient towns and delightful sandy beaches, of luxury shopping malls and beach-side barbecues. Stroll round the Old Town areas of charming places like Estepona and Marbella, full of small bars and restaurants which line the old, narrow streets, or enjoy browsing the designer shops near the waterfront in Puerto Banús. Málaga's most famous resident is celebrated in the city's Picasso Museum; the cathedral and Roman amphitheatre are among the many sights in this elegant regional city.

The Finest Food

From traditional boat-barbecued fish to contemporary Michelin-Starred Restaurants

The cuisine of Andalucía is as varied and delicious as you would expect from a region of such diversity: from the simple pleasure of traditional tapas and locally-caught sardines to fine dining of the highest quality. Skina (pictured) in Marbella's Old Town and Bardal in Ronda each have two Michelin stars, crafting imaginative new interpretations of southern Spain's gastronomic tradition.

The Mountains & The Med

Discover the stunning landscapes and beautiful coastline around Sotogrande

Look in one direction from San Roque and the glistening Mediterranean stretches out before you; look in the other and there are the mountains and woods of Andalucía's beautiful interior waiting to be explored. All along the coast, there are well-equipped marinas and hire bases for exploring its coves and beaches by sea. The Sierra Bermeja mountain dominates the skyline: a beautiful area for walking in forests of Spanish fir, which only grows in this small area of Spain. Parque Natural Los Alcornocales is a densely wooded area containing one of the most important cork oak forests in the world, which unfolds behind San Roque, covering an area of over 400,000 acres. 

The San Roque Collection

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