Sotogrande Taxi Transfers

Taxi Transfer from Malaga Airport to Sotogrande

Book your taxi transfer from Malaga Airport to Sotogrande now. Have a smartly dressed driver waiting for you at Malaga Airport with a new model car and get straight off to Sotogrande. You don't need to pay anything when you make a booking with us. Simply pay your driver in cash when you get to your accommodation. 

Sotogrande is not really a town, but more of a development, but is quickly becoming the place to visit on holiday, as it is constantly improving and expanding to make your stay even more memorable.

If you are after a holiday in a quiet, luxurious area, Sotogrande is a great choice. Sotogrande is located along Costa del Sol on the far left side in the Andalucía region of Spain. If you reach Gibraltar or Costa del Luz, you have simply gone too far, as Sotogrande is located in the Cadiz province. The best way to get to Sotogrande is by private taxi transfer from Malaga Airport or if your a large party in a transfer minibus.

Tourists will find that no matter what time of year they visit Sotogrande, the area will always be active. In fact, Sotogrande itself boasts around 300 days of sunshine a year. With so much sunshine the marina that was built in 1987 is one of the main attractions. Home to 548 berths, with more being built, sailing is quite the pastime. The marina is also home to other fun activities, including jet-skiing and numerous dry-dock facilities.

Sotogrande is one of the best places to go for a variety of outdoor activities, such as golf, polo, and sailing. Winter time Sotogrande hosts many popular regattas that bring in sailboats from around the entire coast. In fact, polo is one of the most popular sports in the area, which is why Sotogrande is home to the popular Santa Maria Polo Club. Each year the club hosts the El Torneo Internacional during the month of August. If golf is more to your liking you can visit Sotogrande for an entire holiday dedicated to the sport as several courses, including the famous Valderrama, are just minutes away.

If you are looking for charm, Sotogrande is filled with it from the beaches to the market. As you explore Sotogrande you might notice that the beaches along the waterfront are not as nice or touristy as other beaches in the Costa del Sol area. Instead the beaches of Sotogrande are more authentic, which really adds to the charm of the area. The 12 km of beaches provide a stunning view of the Rock of Gibraltar, as well as a decent view of Africa across the way.

The main beach is located off the N340 highway marked by several shops and bars. However, if you continue along the highway towards Malaga, you will notice on your right hand side several secluded beaches, as well as small coves. These secluded areas are great if you are wanting a bit of peace and quiet.

When you are visiting Sotogrande make sure you are in the area on a Sunday or Wednesday, so you can experience the market. While the area is filled with several high end bars, restaurants, and quaint little shops, the market is an entirely different experience. At the market you will find numerous vendors selling antiques and crafts for sale from local vendors.