The little town of San Roque is a charming settlement located on the outskirts of where Gibraltar and Algeciras begin. However, most foreign residents own properties at the San Roque Club, an exclusive country club situated just northwest of Sotogrande and only a short distance to San Roque town and Gibraltar. With the large stores, hospitals and other amenities of Algeciras nearby, the elegant distractions of Sotogrande on its doorstep and Marbella just half an hour away, the San Roque Club is a preferred home for many of Gibraltar’s executives and professionals.
The San Roque Club is a country club environment with a distinctly refined feel that is built around beautifully undulating Old and New Courses. They form the stunning backdrop for an exclusive residential area whose villas and small collection of luxury apartments and townhouses have at their centre the stately clubhouse – once the home of the Domecq sherry dynasty but now a stylish hub for first-class services within this inspiring 340-acre estate. In addition to a clubhouse with tasteful meeting areas, bar and stunning terrace, the club also features the renowned Kamakura Restaurant, a pool club with restaurant and a nearby equestrian centre.
The San Roque Club undoubtedly appeals to people who enjoy quality, exclusivity, style, privacy, security, space and beautiful natural surroundings within a community that is also conveniently located close to all amenities. Situated close to beaches, polo, the Sotogrande marina and international school, surrounded by golf courses, near Gibraltar and its international airport, and also a short distance from Marbella and Málaga airport, the San Roque Club is a peaceful hub of exclusivity in the midst of a privileged setting.
Though dominated by front line golf villas overlooking green fairways that blend with the surrounding countryside, San Roque also features a small collection of elegant, low-rise apartments and townhouses that enjoy the same beautiful scenery and first-class services. The properties here can generally be regarded as a sub-market of Sotogrande, with which they share approximately the same price and quality characteristics but within an even more exclusive community.