Popular Lettings in Sabinillas
Highlights in Sabinillas
- Magnificent beaches
- La Duquesa Golf Course
- Manilva Old Town
- Archaeological sites
- El Torcal de Utrera
Most popular in Sabinillas
Prices and availability
Types of holiday rentals in San Luis de Sabinillas
Are you looking for tourist rentals in San Luis de Sabinillas for your next holidays in July or August? Holidu offers you a wide variety of holiday rentals between private individuals so that you will always find the best offers. The most common accommodations in the area are rentals for 2, 4 or 6 people located in modern residential complexes with garden and swimming pool a few metres from the beach. Ideal for couples as well as families with children or small groups of friends. Many of them with beautiful terraces with incredible sea views. And if you want to come with your dog for him to enjoy a fun holiday too, no problem. There are many cheap rentals in San Luis de Sabinillas that accept pets, so you can come with the whole family!Why book a letting in San Luis de Sabinillas?
San Luis de Sabinillas is a hamlet in the municipality of Manilva that is in full Costa del Sol. An eminently tourist destination frequented by families with children who want to spend their holidays enjoying the sun and the sea is a quiet place. With 9 km of beaches of the term, surrounded by natural spaces of impressive beauty and a great historical wealth. Book a letting in San Luis de Sabinillas and rest assured that you will end up coming back to enjoy the sea, its pleasant sea breeze and spectacular scenery!
Holidays in San Luis de Sabinillas
The area and how to find your way around
Located southwest of the province of Malaga, 30 km from San Roque and 12 km from Estepona, San Luis de Sabinillas is a charming coastal town of approximately 6,300 inhabitants belonging to the municipality of Manilva. Surrounded by the towns of Manilva and Castillo de la Duquesa, and bathed by the Alboran sea.The best areas to rent a letting in San Luis de Sabinillas
San Luis de Sabinillas is a small town that stretches along the coastline, so all the rentals are very close to the beach. This means that no matter which letting you choose, it won't take more than a few minutes to reach the seawall on foot. Staying in a letting on the beachfront will allow you to enjoy the views, but if you prefer peace and quiet, nothing better than the Finca Maria Teresa developments and those located on the golf course itself. These last ideals in addition if you are fond of this sport.
Types of travellers and activities
The beach area of San Luis de Sabinillas is an eminently tourist complex, full of modern holiday rentals of all kinds. A beach of dark sand and calm waters that measures 1.7 km long and 50 metres wide. Located in the heart of the urban area and accessible from the promenade itself. It looks quite wild despite being surrounded by buildings and awarded the Blue Flag. It has all kinds of services, such as hammocks and parasols rental, kiosk, public showers, beach bars, lifeguard equipment and nautical equipment rental. In addition, the beaches of Chullera, La Duquesa-El Castillo and La Colonia are also close by. Book a letting in San Luis de Sabinillas on the first line of the beach and come and enjoy them as long as you like!
Did you know that the network of rural roads, so extensive in the municipality of Manilva, offers the possibility of routes on horseback, on foot or by bicycle?
Top 5 Recommendations in San Luis de Sabinillas
Just a few minutes from San Luis de Sabinillas and Sotogrande is La Duquesa Golf Course. Designed to take advantage of the incredible views of the area and the irregularities of the terrain. The climate of the municipality allows it to be enjoyed practically all year round.2. Fall in love with Torcal de Utrera
Although not as impressive as Antequera's, it's worth a visit. A beautiful karstic complex set in the heart of the Sierra de Utrera with numerous caves and an important paleontological heritage. Quite unknown and little frequented, but of great interest to nature lovers and hikers.3. Take a walk through the old town of Manilva
Manilva is a white village that still retains its traditional charm. Surrounded by beautiful fields of vineyards with which muscatel wine is produced and with monuments as interesting as the church of Santa Ana.4. Travel to the past visiting its archaeological sites
Numerous archaeological sites of great historical value have been located throughout the municipality of Manilva. The most important are those of the Roman Villa of Sabinillas and Cerro del Castillo.5. Visit the Ingenio Chico
El Ingenio Chico is one of the two sugar mills that were built in the 17th century. Today, part of its walls, its floor plan and the aqueduct used to transport water are still preserved.