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Things to do in Sabinillas - The essential Sabinillas guide.
Not too many years ago, if you were looking for an
unspoilt Spanish working coastal village, then you may
well have travelled to San Luis de Sabinillas

The village is a very relaxing place to wonder about and during
the summer months in the evening especially, the village comes to life.
All the villagers seems to go for walks along the promenade or have
a meal in the restaurants that line the promenade.

Sabinillas Area Guide

Just about 1 km from La Duquesa along the main N340 highway lies Sabinillas is the heart of the Western Costa del Sol for all native Spaniards and the many settlers who fell in love with its charm and traditions. Sabinillas still remains largely undiscovered by most tourists. However once visited its charm is embracing and you are hooked by its small town atmosphere with promenade cafes, local tapas bars and friendly 'Churinguitos'  which are the Spanish beach bars serving freshly caught  fish and local delicacies. Sabinillas beach is one of the few  beaches in the Costa del Sol to be honoured with the prestigious  blue flag beach award. This certifies that as well as exceeding European environmental, health and safety standards the beach  also offers the best in facilities and activities.  
The busiest day by far in Sabinillas is Sunday when many people  come to visit the Sunday craft market which has now moved again  and is held just outside the town.
This is one of the most popular markets along the coast and definitely one not to be missed. The market is located at the bottom of the village where the Lidal super market is located. Local places to visit near Sabinillas are La Duquesa, Estepona and Manilva, all being no more than a 15 minute drive away. Sabinillas is well worth a visit and you wont be disappointed.

Things you must do and see In Sabinillas


Roman Baths :
In the valley below Manilva, very close to the local Sunday market you will find the popular Roman Baths.
The Sulphur from the baths are one of the elements essential to life as a constituent of various
biologically active compounds

Castillo de la Duquesa :
Situated next to the port of La Duquesa is the small coastal village of Castillo.
There you will find the 18th Century fortress which stands to the entrance of the village.

La Duguesa Golf Club :
18 holes and entertaining fairways will allow you to enjoy rounds of golf reserved for players who
enjoy the sun and Mediterranean breezes.

Local Markets :
Sabinillas has a local market that is on a Sunday morning and can be found at the bottom of
Manilva village and close to the roundabout were the Lidal supermarket is