Sotogrande is the largest privately owned residential development in Andalusia. It’s also home to Spain’s best golf course, Real Club Valderrama, which hosted the first Ryder Cup in Europe.

There are tennis and royal yacht clubs, grand mansions and trendy beach clubs, plenty of international sports personalities and celebrities frequently jet in for an extended break.

Driving through the resort’s winding streets, this could almost be gated California. Security guards welcome you in, the streets are pristine and it’s possible to go from beach to golf green, polo club to marina almost without leaving this vast estate. Sotogrande is often referred to as the Beverly Hills of Spain, which seems fitting, particularly because this stretch of coastline, known for its understated coastal towns and windsurfing beaches, is often dubbed #Cadizfornia.

Today property prices are now fetching between the €10 million and €20 million mark.

Trocadero, one of the few beach clubs that dot the coast of Sotogrande. Has rustic-chic huts, zesty ceviche and fresh Atlantic tuna served in the restaurant, with cocktails delivered to Bali beds by the pool.

There is yet more luxe at the Beach, an aquamarine lagoon with vast sunbeds and white sand imported from Morocco, which sits within the glitzy confines of La Reserva Club, a golf course and country club surrounded by the enclave’s lush hills and forests.

Sotogrande has proven to be a massive draw for the global elite, with increasing numbers of wealthy professionals settling there. Today property prices are now fetching between the €10 million and €20 million mark.

Aside from the well-known advantages in the Cadiz resort, such as its leading international school, its famous golf courses, such as Valderrama, its polo, dressage and sailing, It’s incredibly popular to live here now and out of 6000 homes only around 400 are for sale.

Champions Homes are the real estate partner of choice in this prestigious area so please contact us for information about the properties for sale in Sotogrande.