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If you and your family, or loved one want to go on an amazing Spanish vacation look no further than San Pedro de Alcantara. It is located on the main Costa del Sol coastal road ideal located just about 10 km west from all of the absolute splendor of Marbella, and yet it is a very close drive from the rustic beauty of the mountain ranges called Sierra de Ronda and 20 km from the town of Estepona. The town is an ancient agricultural community which was once significant for farming sugar cane. However, today it is known for its tourism.
When visiting San Pedro de Alcantara you should make certain to go down to the central plaza where you will find the friendly parish church and the outside slimming streets that are filled with wonderful, little interesting tiny sidewalk cafes, shops and more serving delicious coffee and treats, as well as bars just in case an adult beverage is more up your alley. If you are lucky enough to be visiting on a Thursday, you are in luck because Thursday is the day for street markets and that comes with all of the hustle, bustle and craziness that comes associated with that, making it a bargain hunters paradise.
Another sight that is an absolute must see no matter if you are on a solo trip, with a loved one or with family is San Pedro Boulevard Park located at the bottom of the Avenida Maeques del Duero, sitting on peak of the top coastal road. The park was built over the main ocean side highway, and way opened its gates in December 2014. Since then, the park has been a hit with tourists and locals alike.
One of the parks recognizable features of the Boulevard are its easily recognizable walking bridge that passes over the central square and connects the park to the other side. The bridge spans 300m long and was manufactured in such a way that it reflects the sea below. It was made by local architect Juan Antonio Fernandez, who named it Un Mar de Sensaciones or A sea of sensations.
There is also the Playa San Pedro de Alcantara which is a long wide and lengthy beach bordered by a seaside boardwalk what includes a set bike trail and a tranquil city access road. Because the beach is so large, you will never run into issues of the beach being over-crowded. The beach is fully serviced by a Red Cross post for first aid and has many restaurants on site, because a long day in the hot Spanish sun, relaxing on a beach can really work up an appetite. The restaurants in this location are often lauded for their excellent facilities and cleanliness, which often lands then recognition from the Blue Flag awards.
If you are looking for a nice relaxing and scenic after dinner walk, the stroll from the town center to the beach front is one that is a must do. The walk along the Avenida del Marques del Duero is a beautifully scenic, sprawling avenue matched on either side by palm trees. The modern designed boardwalk is ideal for your evening, or even daytime strolls, as there are plenty of restaurants and bars, as well as one of the best ocean side clubs in the area.