Linda Vista

Local Area

Costa del Sol
The densely populated coast of Andalusia, stretching from Almeria to Tarifa, is Europe's all-year-round favoured holiday destination, known as the Costa del Sol. It consists of a string of fine sandy beaches, where the average water temperature is 64°F (18°C), and picturesque towns have abundant tourist amenities, resorts and high-rise hotels. Attractions include zoos, bullfights, water parks, casinos and amusement parks. Marbella is the Costa del Sol's quality resort - the restaurants and bars are more stylish (and expensive). The old town is hidden away and retains some of its medieval charm and has some good clothes shops and restaurants. The exclusive Puerto Banus, six miles (10km) to the west, is where you will find the casino and the seriously large yachts. Those visitors who drive just a few miles inland to the villages in the hills around Ronda will discover a Spain completely untouched by tourism, with village markets and tapas bars to be explored.

Linda Vista Beach
Close to the town of San Pedro Alcantara, next to the Linda Vista Urbanization, this beach is 550m long and 40m wide, with thick golden sand. Among the services included on the beach are two beach clubs and a beach bar. On the northern part of the beach there is a protected archaeological settlement at which it is possible to see the Vega Del Mar Paleo Christian Basilica. Popular.

San Pedro De Alcantara Beach
Located near the centre of San Pedro de Alcantara, this beach is a 1 km long and 35 m wide, made up by medium dark sand. Among the services offered are a recently built promenade that goes all along the beach area. There are 6 beach restaurants with sun beds and one beach club with swimming pool and paddle tennis court. There is also a free children's playing area on the beach.

Puerto Banus Market
One of the largest Markets on the Costa Del Sol is the street market in Puerto Banus which starts at the Bull Ring and continues down the road into Puerto Banus itself. Its every Saturday Morning, starts around 9ish and finishes at 2/3pm. San Pedro Market is on every Thursday.

Open daily from 10.00h to 18.00h
70,000 square metres of park, 5 minutes from the centre of Torremolinos, featuring:
  • Water slides include Black Hole, Kamikazi, Niagra & Twister
  • Wave pool
  • Jacuzzi
  • Fast river
  • Infant's park
  • Tropical lagoon
  • Lawn & terrace sunbathing areas
  • Sea Lion Shows
  • Mini Golf
  • Gift shop
  • Pizzeria, hamburgeria & self-service restaurant
  • BBQ areas
Located at:
Calle Cuba 10, Aquapark, Torremolinos, Malaga Province
Tel: 952 388 888

Crocodile Park
Crocodile Park features:
  • 300 crocodiles/12 different species
  • Demonstrations
  • African fortress
  • Big Daddy - at 600 kilograms and 4.6 metres long, he is the largest crocodile in Europe
  • Crocodile museum
  • Croco's nursery
  • Mini zoo
  • African shop
  • Restaurant/bar
  • Playground
Crocodile Park
Situated in Torremolinos in the heart of the Costa del Sol. Crocodile Park houses prehistoric creatures which have miraculously survived 200 million years of evolution. These carnivores knew the dinosaurs and use the same cold, merciless hunting tecniques. From a distance of less than 2 metres, you can wonder at the gigantic crocodiles by silently walking beside them, observing the secrets of one of the most fascinating creatures of our world.

Located at:
Calle Cuba 14, Torremolinos
Tel: 952 051 782