Area Attractions

Beyond the hotel walls lies a region of tradition and charisma, art and resilience, white villages and endless beaches. With a landscape that invites exploration and mischief, Andalusia will encourage you to live in the moment.

La Zambra Resort

Avenida Louison Bobet, 9, Urbanización Mijas Golf
Mijas, Costa del Sol, Spain, 29650



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City Guide


Mijas White Village

Once described as the most charming and picturesque Andalusian village in Costa del Sol, the historic white village of Mijas is the perfect destination to wander around until the sun goes down. Nestled between the mountains and the sea, Mijas has numerous hiking trails, long beaches, and golf courses nearby. Its narrow streets, white lagares and cortijos, craft shops and flower-adorned balconies will make you fall in love with the relaxed lifestyle of the Andalusian countryside.

Mijas Coast

Mijas Coast has numerous wide and well-kept beaches where you can enjoy the sun, nature, and seafood cuisine, among which Calahonda and La Cala stand out. This area has various places of cultural and historical interest, coastal dunes and beautiful spots for whale and seabird watching.


As the gateway to the Costa del Sol, Málaga has become one of Spain's cultural hubs, brimming with places to explore, from the attention-grabbing Pompidou Centre and the popular Picasso Museum to the street-art-cloaked alleys of its edgy Soho district. The hallmarks of Málaga's rich past are scattered throughout the cobbled streets of the old town, its mountainside Roman amphitheatre and the Moorish citadels of Alcazaba and Gibralfaro.

Marbella Old Town

As well as being one of the most popular luxury destinations in Europe, Marbella is home to traditional Andalusian architecture, flower-covered balconies, and narrow pebbled streets where Spaniards and international visitors mingle alfresco during dinnertime. From Plaza de los Naranjos to the Alcazaba or the castle, walking around Marbella’s Old Quarter is the perfect way to get familiar with Andalusian traditions and rich culture.

Puerto Banus

Also known as the gem of Marbella, Puerto Banús is a small white town bordered by sea and mountains, perfect for spending a day with the family walking under the Andalusian sun or sailing on a catamaran. Between the haute couture boutiques and the yachts docked in the marina, Puerto Banús showcases some details of history like a Spanish walk of fame, the victory sculpture, and the seafront lighthouse.