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Beautiful holiday homes for rent in Alcaidesa beach

On PROPERTY ALCAIDESA you can search from a selection of holiday homes for rent in Alcaidesa beach. Popular holiday rentals in Alcaidesa beach are holiday villas, cottages, apartments and country houses to rent for short term holidays in Alcaidesa beach. When you rent a holiday home in Alcaidesa beach, you deal directly with the owner, who is your best source of information for local restaurants etc near your accommodation. Discover a selection of 1,000 vacation rentals in Alcaidesa that are perfect for your trip. Whether you’re traveling with friends, family, or even pets, Vrbo vacation homes have the best amenities for hanging out with the people that matter most, including swimming pools and private pools. Prices start at $97 per night, and condos and villas are popular options for a stay in Alcaidesa. Either way, you’ll find a rental for everyone’s needs. The beaches and gardens create a pretty picture of Alcaidesa. Well-liked for its golfing, bars and coffeehouses, this city is both relaxing and welcoming. Are you looking for specific amenities for your getaway? Many of our vacation rentals feature full kitchens and laundry facilities.

La Alcaidesa weather

The best time of year to visit Alcaidesa in Spain here are some average weather facts we collected from our historical climate data:

La Alcaidesa weather
  • During the month of April, May and October you are most likely to experience good weather with pleasant average temperatures that fall between 20 degrees Celsius (68°F) and 25 degrees Celsius (77°F).
  • On average, the warmest month(s) are July and August.
  • The months of January, February, March, October, November and December have a high chance of precipitation.
  • Alcaidesa has dry periods in June, July and August.
  • The warmest month is July with an average maximum temperature of 28°C (82°F).
  • The coldest month is January with an average maximum temperature of 16°C (60°F).
  • December is the most wet month. This month should be avoided if you are not a big fan of rain.
  • July is the driest month.
  • July is the most sunny month.

FAQs about holiday rentals in Alcaidesa

How much is a holiday rental in Alcaidesa for this weekend? The average price per night for a holiday rental in Alcaidesa for this weekend is € 145.85 (based on prices).

What holiday rentals in Alcaidesa have nice views? Appartement Las Terrazas de Alcaidesa, Alcaidesa Penthouse Costa del Sol and Alcaidesa Golf have received great reviews from guests in Alcaidesa regarding the views from these holiday rentals.

How much does it cost to stay in a holiday rental in Alcaidesa? On average, a holiday rental in Alcaidesa costs € 67.80 per night

Which holiday rentals in Alcaidesa are good for couples? These holiday rentals in Alcaidesa are highly rated by couples: 2226-Luxury sea view apartment, Urb Regency , la Alcaidesa and Alcaidesa Penthouse Golf Garden.

Which holiday rentals in Alcaidesa are good for families? Many families visiting Alcaidesa enjoyed staying at Penthouse Charming Nueva Alcaidesa, A Golf & Beach chez Pascale et Alain and MK Penthouse Alcaidesa.

What are some of the best holiday rentals for stays in Alcaidesa? Alcaidesa Golf, Pearl of Alcaidesa and Appartement Las Terrazas de Alcaidesa are some of our most popular holiday rentals in Alcaidesa.

What are the most popular restaurants in Alcaidesa?

Best Healthy restaurants nearby. Discover the best Healthy food in Alcaidesa. View Menus, Photos and Reviews for Healthy restaurants near you. including Biopizza, Cancha Tapas, Foodisiac Sotogrande, Restaurante Mar Sana. Where to eat Healthy food in Alcaidesa: The Best Restaurants and Bars. The best restaurants in Alcaidesa include:

  • DBlanco
  • Ivy Wine Bar Alcaidesa
  • La Vista Beach – back in spring 2021

Beach Holiday Accommodation in Alcaidesa

Near Sotogrande on the Costa del Sol sits the beautiful seaside town of Alcaidesa, boasting a stunning marina, high quality bars and restaurants and boutique shops. The views from this hillside setting are astounding, with Gibraltar and Africa clearly visible from the balconies of some of the self-catering holiday apartments available for rent. Getting to Alcaidesa is easy with Gibraltar Airport only 15 minutes by car or alternatively Malaga Airport is about an hour and a half away. You’ll find a host of familiar shops including M&S, Mothercare and Safeway and the water sports, sightseeing and National Parks are sure to please holidaymakers of all ages. The town is not overdeveloped and retains much of its Andalusian charm thanks to some strict local development guidelines. The self-catering Alcaidesa apartments listed below sleep from 4 to 6 people with some enjoying sea views just a short walk to the seafront, bars and cafes. All of these Costa del Sol seaside apartments can be booked direct with the property manager or owner.

Holiday Homes, Villas and Apartments to Rent in Alcaidesa
Welcome to our selection of self catering holiday accommodation in Alcaidesa, Spain where you can hire the holiday rentals listed below direct from their owners.

Choosing the perfect Alcaidesa rental

Rather than book a traditional hotel crowded with other tourists, why not choose a private residence and live like a local?

This secluded beach destination welcomes all types of visitors, especially dining, luxury, and shopping. Families will find plenty of fun activities in the area, including swimming. Adults might be up for golf.

Dining in Alcaidesa

Alcaidesa is known for its bar and coffee. If you prefer a home-cooked meal, you’ll find that most holiday rentals come with full-size kitchens.

Sightseeing around Alcaidesa

Ready for some fun for the whole family? Check out Bahia Park Algeciras. It’s easy to spend your day (or days) basking in the sun at Punta de Chullera Beach, Getares, or Cristo Beach. Outdoorsy visitors will appreciate a stroll through parks and green spaces like Rock of Gibraltar and St Michael’s Cave. Looking for more things to do? Spend the day at Alcaidesa Links Golf Resort or San Roque Club.

Packing for your Alcaidesa trip

Regardless of whether it’s a short trip or a long stay, you still need to decide what to bring. The following seasonal average temperatures can help you pack.

  • January–March: 14°C
  • April–June: 19°C
  • July–September: 24°C
  • October–December: 17°C

Booking your rental on Expedia

With Expedia, it’s safe and easy to book holiday rentals in Alcaidesa. We can help you contact the property owner directly to make any special arrangements. With the convenience of your short-term rental, you’re sure to have a memorable time.

Alcaidesa Beaches


Playa Hacienda is the expansive 4km beach to the west of Alcaidea, extending towards the town of La Linea. There is only access from Alcaidesa and La Linea, and it runs into Playa Atunara at the west and Playa Alcaidesa at the east. Being an isolated beach, it is quiet all year round. There are no facilities.


This is the beach in front of the urbanization, which extends 4km to the east where it fronts the Alcaidesa Links Golf Course. There is only access at each end. At one end, in front of the Alcaidesa resort at Avenida de la Hacienda (GPS: 36.232851,-5.316482), you can find toilets, lifeguard huts and a chiringuito with sunbeds. The urbanization has a few cafes and shops. Parking at the seafront can be tricky on summer weekends, but is always possible if you don’t mind a short walk. Parking at the Paseo Maritimo at Avenida de la Hacienda (36.232851,-5.316482) is easier. The beach is popular in the summer but always quieter if you walk eastwards (or westwards along Playa Hacienda). Alternatively, you can access the west end by car, following signs for the Golf Club and then the Faro (lighthouse), which is reached by an unmade road. Before reaching the lighthouse, a track to the right winds down to access the east end of Playa Alcaidesa. Park just above the beach (36.244775,-5.30593) where there is a shower, toilets and lifeguard huts, but no chiringuito or sunbeds. The beach has been awarded the Blue Flag by the European Union for its high standards of cleanliness and facilities.


This beach is by the Punta Mala headland where the lighthouse is located. It is 1.3km long and about 50m wide, separated into several coves. At low tide lines of rocks are revealed. Access is by car into the Alcaidesa urbanization, keeping to the east and following signs for the Golf Club and then the Faro (de Torrecarbonera). An unmade roads leads to a future urbanization of the same name. Park at one of several locations on the heath behind the beach (GPS: 36.246384,-5.29762), and walk down. The odd-looking modern lighthouse, Torre de Carbonera, is a reconstruction of a tower built in 1588, and restored in the 18th century and then again in 1990. Its other name is Torre de Punta Mala. There is a small ruin of the Casa de Carbonera (charcoal-maker’s house). There are no facilities here, but at the east end of Playa Alcaidesa there is a shower, toilets and lifeguard huts. It is quiet most of year and moderately busy on summer weekends. Parking is always available. It is also known as Playa Balñario and is classified as a naturist beach.


Playa Guadalquiton is the 5km beach in front of a private estate located between Sotogrande and Alcaidesa. It is very isolated and one of the quietest in Andalucia; it is even almost deserted in the summer. There are no facilities. Its name come from the small river that crosses the beach. This estate boasts the last remaining cork-oak trees (alcornoques) next to the Mediterranean sea in Europe. Access on foot is from the Playa Torrecarboneria to the west and Playa Sotogrande to the east.

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