Between the Manilva River and the limit of Cadix province, the Manilva resort is an area of the Costa del Sol that is still protected and an integral part of nature. Visit the La Duquesa Castle or Sabinillas Fort, the Church of Santa Ana, the Chullera Towers, La Sal Tower and the Port of La Duquesa. Estepona (17 km away) is also burtsing with cultural attractions: visit the Church of Nuestra Señora de los Remedios, the Torre del Reloj, the Calvario Hermitage, and the Palacio del Marqués de Mondéjar.
Manilva, Costa Del SolSite code: CS012
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Pack you bucket and spade and trundle off to the seaside resort of Nerja. Or if you don’t fancy getting sand between your toes then the area is worth visiting for its spectacular caves. The astonishing caverns extend for almost 5 km, creating endless galleries of illuminated stalactites and stalagmites, as well as a natural amphitheatre, which is used to stage concerts.
Missing a good old English cuppa? Well the English Overseas Territory of Gibraltar is only 20 km away - an interesting family day out of English traditions over a thousand miles from home.
Torremolinos is synonymous with fun and adventure. Here you will find Selwo Marina and Adventure Park and Aqualand water park.
Marbella has become one of the places to be and to be seen. With 17 miles of coastline and buzzing nightlife, it’s no wonder stars of the small screen flock here to have a good time. So if you want to slip into the shoes of a reality tv star, Marbella is just a 40 km journey and lies at the heart of the Costa del Sol, between the mountainsides of the Sierra Blanca and the shoreline.