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Sotogrande is composed of 8 zones. This facilitates commutes within the area, making it easy to find your way around from the ports and beaches all the way to La Reserva.

The Sotogrande costa is composed of three zones; Kings & Queens, Zone A and Zone B. The lower part of Sotogrande towards the coast is known as the Kings and Queens zone this is because all the streets in this area are named after past and present Spanish royalty. Zones A and B are made up of streets all starting with either the letters A or B, this area is relatively costal and consists of stunning tree-lined streets amongst marvellous villas at varying price ranges.

Sotogrande Alto translates to the higher part of Sotogrande, this is the area past the freeway. This area starts with zones C and D, continuing to zones E and F, finalizing by the Almenara Hotel high up in zone G. Sotogrande Alto is geographically larger than the coastal areas, providing villas with; woodlands, incredible sea views, rolling hills, golf and country views. For some families residing in this area is preferable as it is in proximity to the international school as well as many horse-riding stables.

The Sotogrande Marina is located across the river from the Kings and Queens and is full of interesting and unique shops as well as some amazing restaurants. Including some of the locals most frequented restaurants such as the Ke Bar and Polo One, a restaurant with waterfront views, a beer garden and some incredible dishes. The Marina thrives as with new restaurants opening all the time providing a wide range of options of places to dine with views of the sea. In addition to shops and restaurants there's a Craft Market every Sunday in the Port where people can enjoy high end antiques and crafts, shop for clothes and sample local delicacies. This is a great area to live and houses some breath-taking apartments, penthouses and waterfront townhouses.

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