The luxury resort of Bel Air is nestled between
San Pedro de Alcantara, to the west of lively
Marbella. It is filled with luxurious and spacious whitewashed villas and is
close the famous Golden Mile of Marbella. Bel Air gives the visitor a sense of
staying in the kind of luxury that celebrities and starts are used to.
14 Long term rentals found in Bel Air, Costa Del Sol, Spain
Price: € 550 per month (long term)
Desc: Townhouse - terraced, bel air, costa del sol.
3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, built 145 sqm, garden/plot....
Bel Air offers major tourist attractions on its doorstep. Marbella centre is
within easy reach of the Bel Air area. Here you can sit in the quaint squares
that litter the area of the Old Town. You can observe the Moorish architecture
and wonder at the magnificent buildings such as the Town Hall and old churches.
You can enjoy some beautiful gardens and simply relax in the sun. Golfers have a
myriad of excellent golf courses to choose from, the nearest being the splendid
Los Flamingoes course. Other sports available in this area include lawn bowling,
horse riding, tennis, badminton and volleyball. Estepona has a bullring with
four museums and an exotic animal wildlife park. Nearby San Pedro is a favourite
with those who love architecture and history. San Pedro offers a beautifully
preserved 6th century basilica, a Roman bath house and a necropolis. And of
course you are never very far from a sandy beach in this area where you can lie
in the sun or take part in water sports. Activities such as windsurfing, water
skiing and diving are available for tourists to enjoy.
There are few shops within Bel Air, but shopaholics will be delighted that they
can reach the Golden Mile very easily. This area is famed for its fashion houses
and expensive boutiques. As well as designer clothing and accessories, the
Golden Mile offers shopper perfume, watches, jewellery, electrical goods, art,
pottery, linen, leather goods, gifts and souvenirs. Nearby Estepona offers
visitors a couple of shopping precincts and designer shops are also in abundance
Eating out and Nightlife
There are several bars and a beach club for those who are located within the Bel
Air area. They offer the traditional Spanish tapas and some international
cuisine from the like of Britain and France. Puerto Banus has some excellent
restaurants, especially those located near the marina. San Pedro and Estepona
are also great places to relax and eat out at various cafés, bars and
The nightlife of Bel Air is very subdues but visitors can find a buzzing and
vibrant scene if they head to Estepona, Marbella or Puerto Banus. Here you will
have the choice of karaoke bars, cabarets, discos and nightclubs. Puerto Banus
is also home to its very own casino which hosts live events in the months of