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Finca Cortesin Beach Club
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The Finca Cortesin Beach Club

Tranquil and uncrowded, a visit to the the Finca Cortesin Beach Club is a must when cruising up the Spanish coast from Gibraltar. Just a stone's throw from the 16th century Torre de la Sal, which is well worth a visit, the 6,000 square metre club boasts exclusivity, plentiful amenities and natural beauty. The crystal clear sea is great for summertime snorkelling and watersports, such as kitesurfing and windsurfing.

If you want a break from the salty ocean waves, enjoy a dip in the 35 metre turquoise infinity pool before stretching out on a pristine white lounger. Additionally, the open-sided restaurant and bar is the perfect spot to enjoy a sumptuous lunch in the shade, or even just a cocktail with friends out in the sunshine.

How to visit by yacht: Superyachts can either drop anchor off the beach club and tender to shore or yachts up to 80 metres can moor at Puerto Sotogrande, just a 20 minute drive away.

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