Established in 1962, Sotogrande has succeeded in becoming one of the most luxurious, exclusive and discreet urbanisations in Europe, with its gated villas hosting summer soirées packed with Med elite. Sotogrande, with a low population density, is the perfect place to live all year round or enjoy a relaxing and privileged holiday; where peace, family atmosphere, and discreet luxury stand out.

Sotogrande enjoys around 300 days of sunshine a year. Temperatures are mild in winter and, thanks to the area’s cool breezes, it escapes the hot spells that inland Spain experiences in summer, making it the ideal climate in which to enjoy an active outdoor lifestyle to the full.

Sotogrande has an environment of great natural beauty, surrounded by nature and cork oak forests, mountainous landscapes and bathed by the Mediterranean Sea. It is the most exclusive destination in southern Andalusia and is known worldwide for its nautical facilities, Polo tournaments, horse riding and especially for the practice of Golf, where you can find two of the best legendary private best clubs in Spain and Europe; Real Club de Golf Sotogrande and R.C.G Valderrama, home of the first Ryder Cup in Europe and the famous Andalucía Valderrama Master.

Sotogrande is a true golfing paradise and an international golf reference.  Located in the “Costa del Sol” (Costa del Golf), with over 70 courses within a few kilometers of each other, where they are located another top exclusive golf resorts; La Zagaleta and Finca Cortesin that will host the Solheim Cup in 2023.

Sotogrande is the ideal place for lovers of sport, such as golfers, salilors, cyclists, water sports lovers, equestrians and tennis or paddle players. 

For lovers of all things equestrian, high-goal action centers on the manicured lawns of the Santa María Polo Club, dubbed the Wimbledon of polo grounds. Situated on the Guadiaro estuary in Sotogrande, its fields are divided by palm trees and white canvas parasols to protect visitors from the Spanish sun. The International Polo Tournament, held annually at Santa María, is world renowned and attracts the best of the best global teams competing for the highest-ranking points available in any tournament. It is one of only four Grand Slams, along with the Argentine Open, US Open and UK Open, that showcases the pinnacle of world polo and demonstrates how important Sotogrande is on the world circuit.

Sotogrande is also a paradise for sailing enthusiasts. It is home to one of the most popular and exclusive nautical sports tourism enclaves in southern Andalusia and Europe. The marina, with its 1400 berths, offers a variety of activities, restaurants, bars, elite boutiques and stores, and has life all year round. Sotogrande manages to combine the ritzy glamour of Puerto Banús marina with its own distinctive stamp of sophistication.

Even the beach feels like private property in Sotogrande. The sedate suburban vibe extends to the coastline and into the sea, where beach clubs inject Spanish style and jet-set glamour into the environs in the most understated manner possible.

Sotogrande also offers great educational facilities. Sotogrande International School, one of Spain’s leading schools, which caters for children aged between 3 and 18 and follows the International Baccalaureate curriculum in English.

Another great convenience of living in Sotogrande is its proximity to Malaga and Gibraltar airports and Seville, from where you can catch national and international flights to hundreds of destinations.

“Sotogrande is the heaven for those who love sports, nature, discreet luxury life, sophisticated gastronomy and, above all, is the perfect place for those who want to invest in quality of life”

Sotogrande is undoubtedly a very attractive offer both for investors looking for profitability and for families looking to enjoy their home all year round or seasonally. In any case, Sotogrande is always a great investment.