Sotogrande Overview

Sotogrande, also known as ‘Soto’ is about discretion, peace and sophistication.

Sotogrande History

Retired US General Joseph Rafael McMicking e Ynchausti and Mercedes Zobel de Ayala y Roxas, both Filipinos of American and Spanish descent, respectively first bought five neighbouring farms in 1962, with the idea of creating a luxurious residential development by the Mediterranean.

Sotogrande Information

With excellent flight connections to the UK via Gibraltar Airport and to Europe via Malaga Airport, Sotogrande is a convenient location both for full-time residents as well as part-time residents.

Sotogrande Location

Sotogrande is located on the Western Costa del Sol, in the province of Cadiz. Just 20 minutes to Gibraltar Airport and roughly 1 hour from Málaga International Airport.

Sotogrande Facilities

Sotogrande offers the best of all worlds. The facilities in Sotogrande include a long list of sport and leisure options. Amongst others: tennis, fitness, polo, horse riding, kite surfing, yachting, golf and much more.

Sotogrande Quick Facts

A 2000 hectares’ estate
Average of 320 days’ sunshine
First developed in the 60s
Just 15 minutes from Gibraltar
Just 30 minutes from Marbella
Just 20 minutes from Tarifa
Just 60 minutes to Malaga Airport
Barely 3 hours from Sierra Nevada
An unspoilt natural paradise
Low building densities
Top comfort and privacy
Exquisite quality of life