Andalucía has the highest proportion of sunny days in the entirety of Spain; it seems appropriate to spend the most time outside playing and watching the sports you love. In recent years, Andalucía has become an ideal place for practicing all kinds of sports.
Sport in southern Spain is incredibly diverse, ranging from water sports, golf, winter sports, equestrian sports, indoor and outdoor sports, whether in a team or individually.
For fans of tennis, Marbella’s Puente Romano Tennis Club will host the Davis Cup between Spain and Great Britain between the 2nd and 4th February. Marbella faced stiff competition from Granada to host the famous tournament, but it was decided by the RFET Board of Directors at a meeting in Zaragoza that Marbella would be the home of the tournament this year.
Football in Spain is as popular as it is anywhere in Europe, with football pitches peppered along the coast and further inland, you can play small 5 a side games or even in an 11 a side team. You can also go and support the local teams like Malaga CF, who at the La Rosaleda Stadium host European giants such as Atletico de Madrid (11th February), Barcelona (11th March) and Real Madrid (15th April).
Further west in the province of Cádiz, you will find the town of Tarifa, famous for it´s wind sports. People from all around the globe travel to enjoy the perfect winds and climate for surfing, kitesurfing and windsurfing. The sandy white beaches are stunning and the small town has plenty of shops and cafés to offer.
Siesta Homes is promoting 2 beautiful developments along the Costa del Sol for buyers looking to invest in Spain. After great success with similar projects such as the Aloha Hill Club in Marbella, buyers looking to invest in La Cala Hill Club and The Oakhill can expect high quality living and incomparable services. Siesta Homes has a proud philosophy of always offering more and these two development are no exception.