Calahonda, set between Cabopino and Riviera, covers a large area running from beachside up into the hillsides. The area was originally chosen for its proximity to the sea and sandy beaches and for the ease of access to the higher, inland parts that offer the most fabulous views.

Calahonda is a town packed with of interesting shops, bars and restaurants, plus a fantastic beach. It is located on the bus route between Fuengirola and Marbella, and is self sufficient with everything you may need close to hand, making it easy not to need a car during your holiday. During the summer months, it operates a road train providing transport around the town and up into the higher parts, which also has the only exit on the toll road between Mijas and Marbella.

Although this sprawling urbanisation is split into beachside and inland, both are easily accessible with pedestrian and car overpasses and underpasses. On the winding road leading up and down the urbanisation you can find bars and restaurants and even a golf course and tennis club.

The top of Calahonda is ideal for holidaymakers looking for a more tranquil location to get away from it all to unwind and relax, while nearer the beach there are many activities and nightlife to participate in.