What to do and where to eat in Sotogrande?

Situated on the border between Cádiz and Málaga, Sotogrande is a residential area belonging to the municipality of San Roque, very close to Gibraltar.

Thanks to its natural environment and its tourist offer, Sotogrande has become one of the most luxurious residential areas in Andalusia.

That is why many of Spain’s celebrities own their own homes to enjoy their holidays in Sotogrande.

If you want to get to know this fantastic urbanization, we are going to tell you everything you can do and what restaurants to visit in Sotogrande so that you can enjoy your new build flat in Sotogrande to the fullest.

What to see in Sotogrande?

If there is one thing that makes Sotogrande stand out, it is undoubtedly its enormous variety of services and activities, such as golf, luxury restaurants and shopping centres such as Sotomarket or Paniagua.

In addition, there are wide white sandy beaches, so there is also the option of a relaxing day at the beach.

Whatever your preferences, we are going to detail the main tourist attractions that you must visit in Sotogrande.

Sotogrande Port

Foto del puerto deportivo de Sotogrande

The first place could be none other than the Port of Sotogrande, one of the best marinas in southern Europe.

And no wonder, as the port has restaurants, shops, gyms, beauty centres and much more, so you’ll always find the perfect leisure activity for you.

It also has almost 1,400 moorings, making it a benchmark for nautical sports tourism in Andalusia.

La Reserva Club

Atardecer en la Reserva Club de Sotogrande

Very close to Marbella, surrounded by Andalusian landscapes and overlooking the Mediterranean Sea, you will find La Reserva Club, a club that acts as a sports centre.

If you are passionate about golf, tennis or paddle tennis, at this Sotogrande club you will find the best sports facilities for these sports.

There are also sandy beaches, an artificial lagoon and an enormous gastronomic variety, making it an ideal place to enjoy with the family.

Sotogrande Beach

Playa principal de Sotogrande

If, on the other hand, you prefer to spend a more relaxing day than practising any sport, Sotogrande Beach is your perfect option.

With more than 2250 metres long and 35 metres wide, this beach in the town of San Roque has all kinds of services, such as sun lounger hire, showers, children’s area and much more.

In addition, there is no shortage of beach bars and a wide variety of bars and restaurants to eat after sunbathing and enjoying the Mediterranean Sea at Sotogrande Beach.

Where to eat in Sotogrande?

And speaking of food, what are the best places to eat in Sotogrande?

If there’s one thing that stands out in Andalucía, and especially on the coast, it’s the variety of dishes contained in the Mediterranean diet.

So, whether it’s your first time in Sotogrande or in Spain, we’re going to tell you where you can eat to sample some of the most exquisite delicacies in southern Spain.

Trocadero Sotogrande

Piscina del restaurante Trocadero Sotogrande

Located in the legendary beach club El Cucurucho, we will find the Trocadero Sotogrande restaurant, which stands out for its African atmosphere thanks to the decorator Lorenzo Queipo de Llano.

Una vez dentro del restaurante, nos encontraremos con diferentes áreas e instalaciones, todas ellas muy diferenciadas y con diferentes servicios.

Once inside the restaurant, we will find different areas and facilities, all of them very different and with different services.

In its food menu we will find a variety of meats and fish, as well as an exclusive menu for the characteristic “espetos” of Malaga.

KE Sotogrande

Turistas disfrutando del restaurante KE Sotogrande

Inside the marina you will find KE Sotogrande, a restaurant that you can visit at any time of the day, for breakfast, lunch or dinner.

Its menu includes fish and meat dishes, as well as seafood rice with prawns and different Andalusian fried fish such as squid and anchovies.

Apart from the restaurant, they offer service on the terrace, where you can enjoy the views of the Sotogrande Marina, as well as watch the sunset at the end of the day.

Chambao Sotogrande Beach Bar Club

Gente comiendo en el restaurante Chambao Sotogrande

On Torreguadiaro beach, we can enjoy Chambao Sotogrande, a Mediterranean restaurant that stands out for its chill out atmosphere thanks to its live music sessions.

Apart from its fish and meat offer, its menu includes sushi dishes, typical of Japanese cuisine, as well as a variety of cocktails to suit all tastes.

They also offer sun loungers and Balinese beds, making Chambao Restaurant a highly recommended option for a perfect day at the beach.


Now you know all the things you can do and where to enjoy the Mediterranean gastronomy to spend some fantastic days in Sotogrande.

If you already know this town of San Roque, let us know in the comments what you thought of it and what other places and places you recommend adding to the post, we will be happy to read you!

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