Cabopino is a tiny harbour village which has become a sought-after area to live and visit on holiday. It has a fantastic beaches on either side, which are never too overcrowded and is also beside a natural park of sand dunes and pine trees.
On the beachfront, to the left towards the sand dunes there is a nudist beach, a great spot for naturists. The harbour is backed by pine clad rolling hills and mountains.
Cabopino itself is located on the Costa del Sol in the province of Malaga, between Marbella (14 kilometres west) and Fuengirola (14 kilometres east).
Cabopino is small and perfectly formed, a great location for relaxation and as a jump off to the other areas of the Costa del Sol.
Places to visit
Cabopino is well situated between a number of charming seaside resorts including Marbella, the exclusive port town of Puerto Banus, Fuengirola and the beautiful city of Málaga, which is around 40 minutes drive.
Close to hand you have the shops and facilites in the neighbouring urbanisations of Elviria and Calahonda.
Cabopino is home to a handful of very fine restaurants including Da Brunos, which is a popular Italian restaurant, where you can often see well-known celebrities dining. The seafood choice in Cabopino’s restaurants is understandably excellent.
Cabopino boasts its own golf course, Cabopino Golf, which offers a challenge to your short game. There are also many world-class golf courses a short drive from Cabopino, including Santa Maria Golf in Elviria, just 5 minutes drive away.
Cabopino enjoys a sub-tropical Mediterranean climate, with hot summers and mild winters. Cooling breezes from the sea make the summer heat manageable, temperatures average 32 ºC during the summer.