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Marriott's Playa AndaluzaMarriott Vacation Club Exchange Resort
Ctra. de Cádiz, km 168 , Estepona, Costa del Sol, Spain
Phone: 34-95-288-9230

Enjoy the magic of Costa del Sol.

Steeped in history and abundant in natural beauty, this sunny coastal town gives you limitless leisure options. Stroll the charming cobbled streets sampling local seafood favorites and regional wines at the cafés, or pick a prime spot in Puerto Banús to people watch.

Arts & culture

Visit Jerez de la Frontera, the “sherry wine” capital, where flamenco singing is said to have originated and where the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art resides.

Beaches

Enjoy miles of white-sand beaches just outside your door, or visit any of the many gorgeous beaches between MalagaMálaga and Marbella.

Dining

Dine in the mountain village of Benahavis, where you'll discover stellar restaurants specializing in regional favorites such as paella and tapas.

Golf

The Costa del Sol offers a large selection of the finest golf courses in Europe for you to choose from.

Sightseeing

Explore the romantic winding streets and Moorish heritage, where stone ruins and whitewashed buildings dot the landscape. Drive up the Sierra Bermeja mountain range, an officially protected nature area in Estepona that allows you to see all the way to the west coast of Africa.

Wildlife park

Explore Selwo Adventure Park, an African safari built on 250 acres with more than 2,000 animal species that roam free in a rugged natural environment.

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Owner favorites
  • Discover dining in Benahavis
  • Taste the nightlife of Puerto Banús
  • Explore the Spanish countryside
  • Experience the grandeur of Alhambra in Granada
  • Golf on a Mediterranean course
  • Learn to dance the flamenco
  • Spend the day in Tangiers, Morocco
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Marriott’s Playa Andaluza | Local ActivitiesSteeped in history and abundant in natural beauty, this sunny coastal town gives you limitless leisure options. Stroll the charming cobbled streets sampling local seafood favorites and regional wines at the cafés, or pick a prime spot in Puerto Banús to people watch.