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Information on Cabopino

Introduction to Cabopino

Cabopino is a popular beach resort and small marina located to the east of Marbella and is known for its style and exclusivity. Surrounded by woodland and green hills and backed by some of the best golf courses on the Costa del Sol, the setting is quite simply beautiful. Cabopino boasts a small marina with a selection of yachts, overlooked by a few excellent restaurants and bars, as well as what appears to be endless clean, sandy beach offering safe swimming. Dining available in the area offers a range of international restaurants as well as the typical Spanish cuisine, all washed down with excellent local wines and beer. Lively nightlife is available for those who prefer to party.

Points of Interest

Cabopino beach runs for several kilometres offering surfing, beach and water sports, as well as a couple of excellent chiringuitos, or beach restaurants.  It is possible to rent boats, jet skis and pedalos to have fun on the water and there are dolphin excursions available from the marina. In areas, the beach is backed by attractive natural dunes. The area offers several purpose-built, high quality developments which attract a varied expat community. Offering luxury apartments and holiday rental villas, it is the perfect place to relax on holiday. Shopping is available at various small shops and mini markets for everyday necessities. Close to the main coastal highway, Cabopino is within easy reach of cosmopolitan Marbella and the upmarket port of Puerto Banus and all the dining, shopping and entertainment on offer there, as well as all the other popular seaside resorts on the Costa del Sol.


Placed as it is on the Costa del Sol in southern Spain, Cabopino offers 320 days of glorious sunshine each year, making it one of the most perfect seaside destinations. In summer, daytime temperatures are normally above 30 degrees Celsius, with spring and autumn offering perfect temperatures of between 18 to 22 degrees. Winter offers a few colder and rainy days, but in general temperatures are far milder than other areas of Europe.

Travel Information

Cabopino is easy to access from the N-340 coastal highway which runs along the entire Costa del Sol. Flying into Málaga International Airport gives access to hire cars for those who wish to self-drive. There is a regular bus service which runs into the city or takes visitors down the coast. Alternatively, the Renfe Cercanias (commuter) train takes travellers directly from the airport and along the coast as far as Fuengirola. Trains run every 20 minutes from 06.20 a.m. up to 23.20 p.m. in the summer months. From there the comfortable and regular air-conditioned coaches and buses can be taken along the N-340, with a stop available at Cabopino.

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