Boating

Fuengirola Port

The Costa del Sol offers wonderful opportunities for boating, which is a popular pastime. The possibilities range from luxury power boats or yachts to modest dinghies. If you don’t own a boat you can hire one in most marinas for a hour, a day or even a week. If you own a boat it must be moored at one of the coast’s marinas. Fishing trips are also available from most fishing ports and marinas.

Estepona

Puerto de la Duquesa, west of Estepona.
Puerto de Estepona, west of the town.

Marbella

Marbella Marina
In the centre of the town, the fishing port is further east.

Puerto de Cabopino
Situated on the far east of Marbella

Puerto Banús Marina

The area’s most famous marina and one of the largest with mooring for 915 boats.

Sotogrande

Sotogrande Port
One of the most attractive ports in the area and has 548 berths.

Benalmadena

Puerto Marina
This is the largest marina on the Costa del Sol and it has mooring for 960 boats, which includes private mooring for owners of apartments on the artificial islands.

Fuengirola

The port is in the central part of town and it has mooring for 225 boats.

Malaga

As well as the huge port where some of the world’s largest cruise ships dock, Malaga also has two small marinas.

Club Mediterraneo
Has 40 berths.
Puerto Deportivo El Candado (8 east of the city) This is the base for the sailing club.

Vélez-Malaga

Caleta de Vélez has 238 moorings.