Jean and I have recently returned from a short break in Puerto De La Duquesa which is my favourite holiday destination of all time. I have written about it before but this time I had a sports video camera strapped to my upper body. I haven’t used it very much since I got it so the shots are really amateurish, the editing is not good and there is a bit of background noise. I hope my camera work will improve over the coming months. These are three clips will that allow you share some of our holiday
The ‘Port’ is beautiful spot nestled just off the N340 between Malaga and Gibraltar and close to Estepona and Marbella. The waterfront area is easily accessible with very little vehicular traffic allowed inside the area and whatever vehicles are allowed usually travel slowly. Restaurants and bars are plentiful.
Puerto De La Duquesa is situated between Sabinillas and Castillo De La Duquesa and is connected to both by the Paseo Maritimo which is totally pedestrianised with sea front all the way. There are numerous areas to rest along the way.
This is the Paseo between Puerto De La Duquesa and Castillo De La Duquesa. It is a lovely safe leisurely walk and is also wheelchair accessible accompanied or unaccompanied. There are a number of beautifully mosaic tiled seats along the way. There are also 2 chiringuitos on this stretch of the paseo. You will notice the change from the old to the new section with its gorgeous paving slabs.
The paseo to Sabinillas is also easily ‘doable’ whether accompanied or not. There a number of chiringuitos on the beach front and many more restaurants and bars in Sabinillas. Our all time favourite is Miel where my ‘almost healthy’ option is pancakes with fresh fruit and ice cream and Jean’s is waffles with ice cream and Belgian chocolate.