The Ultimate Run Part 1 | Mojo Estates
The ultimate ride along the Costa del Sol – Part 1
Jacob & Simon set out at 7am in the morning trying to reach the entire area covered by Mojo Estates. It succeeded – almost. See here how far he has reached the ultimate running route along the Sun Coast. We start in San Pedro and end in … Yes, watch the video to find out how far they reached before the legs got a well-deserved break.
Quiet area, no discos. Extremely family friendly.
San Pedro is 10 minutes from Marbella and 5 minutes from Puerto Banús.Roller skates, skateboards and scooters run the 3-km walkway in the afternoon hours and weekends when the kids are free.
Europe’s most expensive boat seat. The most luxurious yachts. World class sports cars.
The world’s elite vacation in Marbella and party in Puerto Banús. Side by side with this luxury marina, discos are lined up, offering everyone who wants it, a show of a different world.
Lovely homes and exclusive properties. Housing right down to the water. This is where the celebrities live.
The Golden Mile in Marbella spans over 5 km and is home to some of the biggest celebrities vacationing on the Sun Coast, as well as some extremely luxurious hotels with Puente Romano as the best known.
La Concha, with 1,200 m of Marbella’s highest mountain, is towering in the hinterland throughout the stretch.
East of Marbella
Green fee for Javier Arana’s legendary course costs 100 €. The seaside restaurant Trocadero Arena represents the most luxurious 19 hole you can imagine.
Contemporains & nouveaux classiques – get everything for the luxury home of the high-end furniture chain Roche Bobois, located in Río Real and known for its unique style and French art de vivre.
Bahia De Marbella
Wide dunes. Luxury urbanisation. International status symbol.
Bahia de Marbella is also called Marbella Bay, and this luxurious residential area consists of well over 70 homes. The 50-meter-wide dunes are protected as a nature reserve and several of the homes in this area have a ‘true beach front’ with dunes in the front garden.
Royal tennis. World-class education. Family friendly.
15 kilometers inside the route we reach El Rosario. Here we have a good handful of beach clubs with vibrant life and cold drinks from noon to midnight. However, El Rosario is also home to a good number of resident families due to the local educational opportunities. The beach enjoys the wide dunes found on this stretch and is well visited by the locals all year round. In Royal Tennis Marbella, you can train your serve and your figure or simply enjoy a wellness experience.
Nikki Beach. White party. Champagne bath.
The internationally recognized beach club is undeniably one of Elviria’s most prominent characteristics. The elite make their way past Nikki Beach every summer to the famous theme parties where champagne bottles are popped a lot. The most expensive bottle of champagne costs € 25,000.
Board walk. Bathing beach. Bar r * v.
Cabopino is best known for its marina, which despite its small exclusive size attracts many visitors. If you walk a few hundred meters along the extremely fine sandy beach, you can climb the boardwalk that leads you all the way to Fuengirola. On the way, you pass another of Cabopino’s landmarks – the small, sheltered nudist beach, which is well-visited by the Sun coast naturists.
10 golf courses within 10 km. A city of growth.
Calahonda is located halfway between Marbella and Fuengirola. The residential area of Sitio de Calahonda is the largest cluster of homes between Marbella and Fuengirola. Over the years, the area has grown so large that it almost qualifies as its own city, even though it technically belongs to Mijas. Calahonda is easy to get to, even if you live further up. City life extends far from the usual beach-based core of shops to well into Calahonda itself, where bars and restaurants lie side by side. It is the paradise of golf enthusiasts as one can reach 10 different golf courses within a radius of 10 km.
Riviera del Sol
Quaint. Sleeper. Model village.
Most of the towns on the route are best visited by car, but in the Riviera del Sol you can live comfortably without. It is a small town that is best suited for strolling and strolling the water’s edge with softened trouser legs. The area is well visited by families and you will also find here a dedicated children’s park, Princess Diana’s Park, with play areas and a pet zoo.
La Cala de Mijas
Trending area. Lots of fishing charm.
The fishing village that would be the metropolis. La Cala is clearly one of the areas that has experienced the most development in recent years. The town started as a handful of fishing huts in the 60s and today has 4,000 inhabitants. It has become a hot area where many want to establish themselves. However, you still get the authentic white-painted feel as you move around the streets of the city, which has managed to preserve its fishing charm. You will also find countless delicious restaurants here, where the award-winning and internationally acclaimed Little Geranium is just one of them.
Coastal Marker. Rock Formations. crabbing
The brand of El Faro, the lighthouse, stands erect and beautiful off the coast and marks the start of the city. The romantic landmark can be seen from most of El Faro. The lighthouse sailor warns about what makes El Faro’s coastline so unique. The distinction between beach and water is broken by rock formations that form small basins. These basins are frequently visited by families of children who, with buckets and small nets, set out to catch crabs.
Moorish city. World-class music.
Fuengirola is the last stop for Jacob but first stop for the C-1 coastline, which takes you along the rails to Malaga Airport and Malaga city center. First, when you come from Marbella, you are met by Castillo Sohail, the Moorish castle, which today is a concert venue that attracts world-class international names.
This was the first part of the ultimate walk along the Costa del Sol, which provides an insight into some of the areas covered by Mojo Estates. In the second part, Jacob takes the rest of the trip to the center of Málaga, where he must pass picturesque areas on a route that goes right in the hind legs.