The Costa del Sol is paradise for lovers of haute cuisine. You can enjoy surprising new flavours in any of the six Michelin Star restaurants. An absolute luxury only for the most exquisite tastes.
Marbella, a Michelin Star paradise
Skina, with two Michelin Stars, is one of the smallest Michelin Star restaurants in the world, tucked away in the typical Andalusian streets of Marbella's old quarter. With only five tables available inside booking in advance is essential.
Another of Marbella's Michelin star classics is El Lago, a benchmark for Andalusian cuisine. The dishes here combine traditional flavours with modern culinary techniques. The result is nothing short of spectacular.
Also in Marbella is the Messina restaurant, based on a creative cookery concept and signature cuisine. The menu offers original and exquisite dishes. Could you ask for more?
In Málaga capital: Michelin Star cuisine with sea views
Málaga's Michelin Star is José Carlos García. His restaurant is situated in Muelle Uno, where you can also find the best views of the city. It's an absolute must if you want to experience the last word in culinary experiences. The chef is committed to local cuisine and using local produce. Traditional flavours with a healthy sprinkling of creativity.
Ronda: two stars for the 'Ciudad del Tajo'
Benito Gómez is the chef in charge of Bardal, awarded two Michelin stars. Its cuisine is a mixture of Andalusian tradition and avant-garde with its own stamp and without surprises: its menu makes it clear that you are eating in Ronda.
The Caviar Chef: fresh water cuisine in Benalmadena
Diego Gallegos is one of the breakthrough chefs to recently gain a place on the Costa del Sol's Michelin Star list. Popularly known as the Caviar Chef, he favours the use of fresh water fish in his culinary creations, although caviar is the star of his kitchen. His restaurant, El Sollo, is in Benalmadena and is not to be missed if you want to enjoy a variety of original and surprising flavours.