Welcome to La Cala, Costa Del Sol, Spain

Holiday Villas in La Cala, Costa del Sol

All with a private pool

La Cala is situated along the colourful and cosmopolitan Costa Del Sol coastline, between the resorts of Marbella and Fuengirola, only a 20 minute drive from Malaga Airport. This is a trendy and up-market resort and is already proving to be popular with holidaymakers – so if you are looking for a great destination to get away this year, a luxury villa in La Cala is ideal.


The coastline is lined with beautiful, sandy beaches; most of them offering sunbeds, parasols and water sports. There are also many shops and restaurants located along the beaches.

Cabopino Marina

Cabopino marina, where you can enjoy a delicious meal whilst sitting on the waterfront, is a short drive from La Cala. There are also many bars and shops all within a short five minure drive from our private villas in La Cala, making it a great place to go out for the evening.


There are excellent shopping facilities in La Cala, making it a perfect choice for self catering villa holidays. All are modern and provide most of the things you are likely to need to buy while on holiday. El Zoco is the main commercial centre and is home to many restaurants, bars and cafes. There is also a supermarket and numerous other shops including a sports shop, souvenirs and newsagents. Los Olivos is a convenient shopping centre, having everything to cater for tourists and residents including a supermarket, pharmacy, travel agents, bank and hair salon. At Los Cipresses you will find banks, a DVD / video hire shop, supermarkets and restaurants/cafes. There is also a laundry, Doctors surgery, dentists, Internet Café, Newsagents, tourist shops and tobacconists.


There are two golf courses within the urbanisation and a further 50 courses within 20 minutes’ drive, with skill levels to suit golfers of every standard.


Marbella, the chic, exclusive resort of Marbella is known as the playground of the rich and famous. The cultural clash of the cosmopolitan boutiques, world-famous fashion designers and extravagant gastronomy with the authentic Andalucían traditions, pretty back streets, tapas bars and bistros creates a divide between Marbella Old Town and the modern port.

Puerto Banus

The exclusive harbour of Puerto Banus is a short journey from Marbella. It is one of the most famous ports in Europe, with its high fashion, ‘glitz and glam’, designer shops, multi-million pound yachts and extravagant cuisine.

Things to do

Water Parks

Said to be one of the biggest water-parks in Europe, Aqua-Park, is located in Torremolinos. It has a massive choice of attractions ranging from water slides, The Black Hole, Wild River and The Kamikaze to a children's water park, bubble pool and Aquatic mushroom.

There is also Parque Acuatico Mijas, with aquatic attractions for the whole family. The aquatic park offers everything for a full day of sun and exciting water adventures, from a wave pool to slides, a toboggan and a Jacuzzi.
Theme Parks

Trivoli World is said to be the biggest Theme Park on the Costa del Sol. The theme park has a variety of attractions and amusements along with shows and restaurants. 

Other activities including paintballing, horse riding, quad bikes and bowling are available locally.


This is a British territory on the south of Spain. Its town is built around the Rock of Gibraltar. It was used as an army and navy base during the war, but now offers many attractions:

Tour of the Rock

Hop in a minibus taxi and see this famous natural wonder. It takes around 90 minutes, and the driver will stop at all of the attractions so that you can look around.

Cable Car Ride

This will take you to the top of the rock in eight minutes, there is also a stop at the Apes’ Den midway.
Barbary Apes

The only free-roaming apes in Europe, there are around 160 living on the rock – and they are keen to interact with the visitors!

Great Siege and World War II Tunnels

Both of these tunnels are now open to the public. You’ll find out about their history, helped with the use of waxwork models and props.

Moorish Castle

Open to the public, again offering information about the history of Gibraltar.

St Michaels Cave

A wonderful array of stalagmites and stalactites – and a very good use of lighting within the cave. Part of this cave has been transformed into a concert theatre.

Dolphin Safari

Departs from the Marina Bay complex (outside Bianca's). There isn’t a single safari operator, but different companies offering outings of their own. The trips last for around an hour and a half, taking you away from the shore to see and (possibly) touch the dolphins!


  • Fri, 3 Jul

    Sunny. Pleasantly warm.

    94 | 58 °F

    Sunny. Pleasantly warm.

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  • Sat, 4 Jul

    Sunny. Extremely hot.

    98 | 64 °F

    Sunny. Extremely hot.

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  • Sun, 5 Jul

    Sunny. Extremely hot.

    100 | 63 °F

    Sunny. Extremely hot.

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  • Mon, 6 Jul

    High level clouds. Extremely hot.

    100 | 68 °F

    High level clouds. Extremely hot.

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  • Tue, 7 Jul

    Sunny. Pleasantly warm.

    90 | 60 °F

    Sunny. Pleasantly warm.

    1 %  Chance of Precipitation

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