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San Pedro Alcantara is situated along the Costa del Sol, or the Sun Coast, of Southern Spain. The up-and-coming Mediterranean resort town has numerous offerings for its visitors from golden sandy shorelines, to luxury beach clubs, and fun coastal activities. Charter a yacht to sail around the turquoise waters. Enjoy a seafood dinner at a top-rated restaurant. Relax on the beaches, swimming and soaking up the sunshine. A visit to San Pedro Alcantara is perfect for families, couples, and beach lovers seeking an idyllic beach holiday on Spain’s southern coastline.Finding your perfect holiday home in San Pedro Alcantara
Bring your Spanish holiday dreams to life with a stay at a holiday home in San Pedro Alcantara. Holiday homes and rentals here come in a wide range of sizes, styles, and features, with a little something for every type of traveller. Treat yourself to a luxury rental with a private garden, swaying palm trees, and a pool to enjoy refreshing swims. Large groups can opt for an oversized rental, with options designed to accommodate up to 20 people. Stay in a home with a private balcony where you can enjoy spectacular views of the sea. Nearly all the rentals in San Pedro Alcantara are just steps away from the beach, restaurants, shops, and promenade, so you really can’t go wrong with whichever one you choose.
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The area and getting around
San Pedro Alcantara is conveniently located just a short drive from Malaga. The town sits between the two nearby cities of Marbella and Estepona. The closest airport to San Pedro Alcantara is in Malaga, which is 30 miles away. The best way to reach San Pedro Alcantara from Malaga is to use a Rideshare app or a bus. Hiring a private car is the most convenient and fastest way to reach San Pedro Alcantara.Getting around San Pedro Alcantara
Having a car is not necessary during your holiday in San Pedro Alcantara since the town is small and best explored on foot. You can enjoy leisurely walks along the promenade, which is adjacent to the beaches. The vast majority of holiday homes in San Pedro Alcantara are just steps away from the shops and restaurants in the town. If you’d like to visit other nearby points along the coastline, however, it would be best to hire a car.
Travellers and activities
Couples can enjoy a relaxed and romantic holiday together in San Pedro Alcantara. Walk along the beachside promenade with your significant other where you can enjoy a romantic sunset stroll. Or, spend your days lazing under the sun on the sandy shores in your swimming costume. The promenade is lined with several beach bars and eateries where you can try some of the local tapas or a plate of paella!San Pedro Alcantara for golfing enthusiasts
If you love golfing, you’re in luck: San Pedro Alcantara is home to one of the top golf courses in the South of Spain. Real Club de Golf Guadalmina is home to two pristine 18-hole golf courses, a north course and a south course. Gear rentals are available and there’s a lovely on-site club restaurant where you can enjoy a delicious meal afterwards.
San Pedro Alcantara is an ancient farming community and was once famous for sugar cane production.
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One glimpse of the long stretch of sand at Playa de San Pedro Alcantara will instantly put your mind at ease. The idyllic beach is usually uncrowded and is perfect for a day of swimming and sunbathing. There are several nearby restaurants and the beach promenade stretches nearly the entire length of the beach. The facilities here are clean as well, with toilets and changing rooms available for visitors to use.2. Eat like a local
Trying the local cuisine is one of the highlights of a holiday in the south of Spain. Don’t leave before you’ve indulged in plenty of paella, tapas, patatas bravas, croquetas, and jamon Iberico. Dine at some of the best restaurants in town. La Bodega del Cantinero is one of the top-rated restaurants in San Pedro Alcantara serving all the best local dishes. For a family-friendly, authentic Spanish dining experience go to La Cocina de la Abuela. To enjoy traditional Spanish plates in a low-key atmosphere, dine like a local at Arai Restaurant.3. Stroll along the boulevard
The newly built Bulevar San Pedro Alcantara has quickly become one of the town’s top attractions. The wood-planked walkway is lined with fountains, restaurants, children’s playgrounds, and open-air gym equipment. It’s the perfect place for families to enjoy a day outdoors where children can run and play on the playground while parents sip on a cocktail or enjoy resting on a bench.4. Visit the oldest building in San Pedro Alcantara
Situated in the town centre, Trapiche Guadaiza is the oldest building in San Pedro Alcantara. Built in the early 1800s, it originally served as a sugar cane mill during a time when the town was famous for its sugar cane production. Today, the building has been restored to house a cultural centre where visitors can come to learn about the fascinating history of the town. Come to the centre for a look around and to walk through the lovely gardens outside.5. Walk to Puerto Banus
For a lovely 2.5-mile walk, set off on foot along the beach promenade in San Pedro Alcantara towards the nearby town of Puerto Banus. The promenade eventually connects to the beach in Puerto Banus. Once you arrive in Puerto Banus, you’ll find plenty to explore, from salsa clubs, to coffee shops, jazz bars, excellent restaurants, and more! Spend an afternoon or an evening experiencing all the offerings in this nearby gem.
FAQs: Holiday Homes & Rentals in San Pedro Alcantara
On average, what was the cost for holiday homes in San Pedro Alcantara in 2020, during the corona crisis?
With an annual average price of €260.44, San Pedro Alcantara is not a city that stands out as being the most expensive or the cheapest in Spain.
When are holiday rentals cheaper in San Pedro Alcantara?
If you want to save as much as possible during your visit to San Pedro Alcantara, you should travel in March (€221.27 per night on average), January (€226.64), or February (€227.68) to find the lowest prices for the whole year.
When does the price of holiday homes in San Pedro Alcantara go up the most?
When it comes to renting a holiday home in San Pedro Alcantara, the highest prices are found in the month of July (with an average of €315.48 per night), followed by August (€300.21), and June (€296.71).
Is San Pedro Alcantara a good location for a last-minute getaway?
To discover San Pedro Alcantara, you don't have to be very organised in advanced. It has a high annual average availability of 59%, which allows you to be more flexible.
What are the best months for a spontaneous getaway?
The months when it's easiest to find available accommodation in San Pedro Alcantara are December (the average amount of properties that are available reached 67% of the total in 2020), June (66%), and September (65.25%).
When are there fewer rental options available in San Pedro Alcantara?
According to data from 2020, the months when it is most difficult to find accommodation in San Pedro Alcantara are, in order, August (with 37% of available rentals), July (54.75%), and February (54.8%).
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In San Pedro Alcantara we have a comprehensive catalogue of around 1900 properties, with options of all kinds, thanks to our 23 local and international partners.
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