Villa Maxine


El Rosario is an approx 35-minute drive from Malaga Airport. 

Taxi fare approx 65 -75 Euros for up to 4 people, or for better value for larger groups, we recommend a transport company that will meet you at the airport and take you directly to the villa.

Train from Malaga Airport to Fuengirola then a taxi fare of approx 25 Euros



Malaga International Airport 35 minutes.

Gibraltar International Airport 45 minutes.


Train Station

20 minutes from Fuengirola Train Station


12 minutes from Marbella town centre.

15 minutes from Puerto Banus.

30 minutes from Estepona.

1hr 10 minutes from Gibraltar

17 minutes from Fuengirola

30 minutes from Benalmadena

35 minutes from Torremolinos

2hrs 30 minutes from Sierra Nevada. 


The villa is a 10-min walk from the main bus route from which you can access all areas of the Costa del Sol.

The beach is a 20-min walk away.


There are Restaurants & Bars a 7-10-minute walk away.


The Royal Tennis Club is a 6-minute walk away.

There is a large supermarket about an 8 min walk away.

About a 10-minute walk away is the main bus route that leads up and down the coast and you can get anywhere using this. The buses are air-conditioned, run approximately every 30 minutes and the drivers usually speak English. They are a great way to visit Marbella town centre and other nearby towns like Fuengirola, Mijas, Benalmadena, Torremolinos, Gibraltar and many more, for an abundance of shops, bars, restaurants etc. 

The main hospital is about a 5 min ride and they speak perfect English and is the best-equipped hospital on the coast. 



Is one of the best holiday resorts in the world, beaches, golf, bars, food and sunshine. Costa del sol is one of the most popular destinations for the holidaymaker throughout Europe because of its warm even climate all year long, even in Winter, you can have a beach day.


Founded by the Romans, occupied by the Arabs and finally conquered by the Spanish Catholic Kings, Marbella draws upon a deep sense of history and rich cultural influences - evident in the local cuisine, architecture, art and music. Close by, the vibrant cities of Seville, Granada and Cordoba offer intriguing options for day excursions during your holiday. So much more than just a city, Marbella symbolizes a lifestyle that is both electrifying and deeply restorative.


Long stretches of white sand beaches, superb golfing, exclusive international and local boutiques, dynamic restaurants & nightclubs and a vivid social life all contribute to the never-ending opportunities to play, relax and indulge yourself.




Málaga enjoys a subtropical–Mediterranean climate. It has one of the warmest winters in Europe, with average temperatures of 17 °C (62.6 °F) during the day and 7–8 °C (45–46 °F) at night in the period from December through February. The summer season lasts about eight months, from April to November, although in the remaining four months temperatures sometimes reach around 20 °C (68.0 °F).