Camping La Bella Vista is a modern campsite enjoying a beachfront location in San Luis de Sabanillas, a suburb of Manilva with Roman heritage. The beaches are extensive, with clean sand and pitches boasting uninterrupted views across the sea towards Gibraltar. Each pitch has water, waste, electricity (16/32A) TV and WiFi connections and are thoughtfully landscaped with dividing trees and shrubs offering privacy and shade. The coastline’s eight kilometres of sandy beaches have reefs and coves to explore in addition to two urban areas offering varied entertainment.
The Costa del Sol enjoys 320 days of sunshine each year with an annual average temperature of 18 degrees. Manilva’s history dates from the Stone Age. During the Roman period it had a thriving fishing industry, exporting products back to Rome; well preserved Roman sulphur baths and an aqueduct can be seen in the area. The main industries of the area have been fishing, agriculture and viticulture. The wine industry is currently thriving within the village and guided tours of the vineyards and wine production process are available.