CaboPino

Cabopino is situated between La Cala de Mijas and Marbella. It is easy to miss but well worth a visit. Its a very small quite place with a small marina. Around the marina are restaurants and bar's. It has a large beach as good as any in the Costa Del Sol. To the right is a boardwalk that travels over the dunes towards Marbella. The boardwalk from La Cala de Mijas stops 500 metre's short of Cabopino but you can still walk on the beach. This is a great little place to have a drink and a walk around. To sum it up it's a little paradise that can easily be missed. 

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Getting to Cabopino

By Car Enter the A7 towards Cabopino take the Cabopino exit then see below for parking options. Then click & go.

 

By Bus Check with origin bus station. click here for more information

 

By Train There is no train service to Cabopino.

More Information

Parking

The nearest car park is just off the A7 motorway for directions click here.

Opening times & Prices

24 hrs

 

Free

Address

Cabopino, 29604, Malaga, Spain

There is a steep hill leading into Cabopino where assistance may be needed. A round the port is wheelchair friendly.

 

Cabopino is mostly dog friendly but not on the beach.

Click & go

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Pro's: It's a beautiful little village full of restaurant's and bar's, it has a small marine and is just off the motorway. The beaches either side of the marine are as good as any on the Costa del Sol with nature reserve's behind them. This is a great place to visit and perfect for a quiet relaxing holiday.

 

Con's:

It's very small, 15 minute's and you have seen it all. You really need a car to get around.

 

Synopsis:

This is a great place to visit while on holiday in the Costa del Sol. It's a great place to sit and have a meal in one of the restaurant's at the marina. But it is small and not a lot to do.

 

 

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