Plan your trip
How to get to San Roque
San Roque has excellent communications; only fifteen minutes away by motorway, the airport of Gibraltar and the port of Algeciras, from which we are only 30 minutes away from Morocco by boat and also, only 30 minutes away, the Costa del Sol by motorway or toll motorway.
The high speed train and the international airport of Malaga are only one hour away.
Where to stay
San Roque is currently home to one five-star hotel, the SO/ Sotogrande Spa & Golf Resort *****, three four-star hotels, two two-star hotels and one one one-star hotel. The hotels in San Roque are places designed for relaxation and rest where you can forget the worries of everyday life.
Where to eat
San Roque gives you a warm welcome, after all it hosts a large number of nationalities among its residents, as well as tourists and visitors, which has led to the existence of a wide variety in the gastronomic offer of bars and restaurants.
In addition to the very rich typical Andalusian, Spanish and Mediterranean cuisine, there are also a large number of international cuisine establishments with dishes from Argentina, Belgium, Brazil, China, India, Italy, Japan, Peru or Thailand. A true journey through a world of flavours.
In recent years, creative cuisine has become fashionable, where the imagination and personal touch of the chefs come together with the raw materials to develop the most original and delicious recipes in the form of dishes or tapas, creating small culinary masterpieces.
In short, with such a wide range of culinary offerings, the hard part is deciding where to eat. It’s up to you, enjoy your meal!
Transport and Communications
It is linked by means of the A-7 motorway with Cadiz and Malaga, in the direction of Malaga it has both the aforementioned motorway and the AP-7 toll motorway; in the direction of Cadiz the A-7 motorway goes to Algeciras and the national road to its destination point, and you can choose to go to Cadiz by taking the “Los Barrios” ring road towards Jerez which offers the A-381 motorway and which links up with the AP-4 Cadiz – Seville motorway (toll-free to the city of Cadiz).
The municipality therefore enjoys excellent communications, just one hour from the international airports of Malaga and Jerez and fifteen minutes by motorway from Gibraltar airport (with direct flights to Madrid lasting 55 minutes).
The CA-34 motorway (formerly the N-351) links San Roque with La Línea de la Concepción (five kilometres from San Roque) and Gibraltar (six kilometres from the town).
This dual carriageway ends in Puente Mayorga at kilometre three, within the municipality of San Roque, the rest of the road is a one-lane road in each direction as it passes through Campamento (San Roque). At La Línea it becomes a four-lane road (two lanes in each direction) as far as the British Colony. San Roque also has a RENFE (railway) passenger station, located at Estación de San Roque (five kilometres from the town centre), and a freight station, which serves the whole region, on the Bobadilla-Córdoba-Madrid line.
In short, with such a wide range of culinary offerings, the hard part is deciding where to eat. It’s up to you, bon appetit!