Andalucia covers 17.3% of Spanish territory making it the largest single region, with an area greater than countries such as Belgium, Holland, Denmark, Austria and Switzerland.
In Andalucia, contrasts are the norm. The diversity of the landscapes which make up the region provides an entire spectrum: from the warm Guadalquivir valley, to leafy low mountain areas, from volcanic landscapes such as the Tabernas Desert to the white peaks of Sierra Nevada.
The Marbella area has 27 Km. of coastline which is divided into 24 beaches.
The nearest airport to San Pedro del Alcantara is called 'Pablo Ruíz Picasso', and it is situated 8 km southwest of Malaga.
Travelling to San Pedro from Malaga Ariport:
Malaga International Airport is just 45 Km. from San Pedro. The road to San Pedro from the Airport is called the N-340. When you approach Fuengirola, you have to choose between continuing on the N-340 or going on the 'Costa del Sol' toll motorway. The second one is faster and less busy but costs 5 euros high season and 3.40 euros low season
You will find lots of them at the gate to Malaga Airport. The airport taxis will take you anywhere along the Costa del Sol and the rates are fixed and the current tariff should be available in the taxi. The price of the trip Malaga Airport to Marbella is about 45 Euros, to Puerto Banus 48 Euros, or to Estepona 60 Euros.