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Los Javiers, Cabopino


The leaflet advertised delicious tapas, traditional cuisine and homemade deserts made by Mama Maria. We’d been in for a drink and saw how much people liked the food on ...

Costa for concern


Andalucia’s foreign tourist figures have fallen for the first time in 33 months and alarm bells are ringing. Tourism bosses have been stung since the latest figures ...

Marbella, Costa del Sol


Marbella has a reputation for being one of the most up-market of the Costa del Sol’s resorts. Stylish shops, wide streets, tree-lined gardens and an enviable, 17-mile each, ...

Mijas, Costa del Sol


Much-hyped Mijas proved that hill walking and I don’t mix. Why? Well, the white-washed hilltop village may be one of the top tourist attractions on the Costa del Sol but ...

Cabopino, Costa del Sol


Cabopino did not feature on the map in the guide book I purchased before jetting to Spain and it is just a pin-prick on the big road map I picked up at the car hire at Malaga ...

Pre-Factura Olivios


Calahonda on the Costa del Sol next to the busy N340 road looks to have enjoyed better times. Restaurants were empty and the local Thursday market lacked footfall. Also, the ...

Tolone, Estepona


The sun was rising in the blue sky but there was a fresh breeze. We’d wandered along the well-appointed and cared-for promenade at Estepona. And, thankfully, we’ve also ...

Cafe Bar Central, Marbella


Word of mouth is powerful in sales. It is also a tremendous benefit if you are travelling and don’t know an area. We had been recommended to wander in historic Marbella ...

Da Bruno, Cabopino

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You could miss this establishment. It is tucked away in trees behind a Shell garage near a busy roundabout at the stylish resort of Cabopino. It also has a takaway next to it ...
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