Ex Pats Meeting/Club for Retired Persons

by Jeni Chegini
(la cala)


My mother has been here for a few years and feels out of touch. Although she has her daughters around her she needs to meet more people which is hard for her. She lives in Nueva Andalucia and we were wondering if you know of any ex pat groups/ Retired persons groups where she could meet and have a coffee and chat with other ex pats!!

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Jun 04, 2017
Costa Women Community
by: Ali Meehan

Thanks for your message. The Costa Women website moved to https://costawomen.com - its still active (5700+ members) and still free to join! We have groups in 23 different locations and many here on the Costa del Sol. We offer everything from book clubs, coffee mornings and social get togethers as well as business events.
Hope to see you on the website soon!

May 27, 2017
Recommendations for retirees wanting to join social groups.
by: Anonymous

That was a most helpful post written in 2010 , can anyone please assist by updating the information to assist other people like me who have the same query in 2017.

Aug 10, 2012
Costa Women
by: Ali Meehan

I run Costa Women, a women's social and business networking group for women living in Spain. We have over 970 members with the majority living on the Costa. Monthly events are held in Marbella, Calahonda and East of Malaga as well as the members meeting up on a regular basis to chat and connect. We have members who aren't working in business if she would like to join us.
Costa Women is completely free to join.

Jo - if you want to add your events to our website, I would love to share them with our community and the women who live here.

You can register at http://costawomen.ning.com/
We are also on Facebook/costawomen
Twitter: @costawomen
Linkedin: Costa Women Entrepreneurs
Google+ gplus.to/costawomen

Hope your Mum finds a group of new friends to connect with!


Aug 08, 2012
We need you.
by: Joanne

We are looking to start a coffee mornings every week and possibly a Monday/Wednesday lunch every month. Now what we need is at least 10 members to start with,anyone is welcome. We are looking to hold these coffee mornings in Marbella.

If you are interested can you get in touch via email on (Joanne) jo.coffeemornings@ymail.com

Can I ask if you can all get back to me as soon as possible.



Oct 01, 2010
Cultura Marbella
by: Omaya

My friend Lorraine runs a great social club: http://www.culturamarbella.com/
They meet every first Friday of the month in Magna Marbella. It's mainly British crowd.

Oct 01, 2010
Expat clubs in Marbella
by: Marbella Family

It would be interesting to find out first what nationality your mother is. I assume she is an English speaker, in which case there are a number of clubs in the Marbella area that she could participate in.

I am a member myself of the American Club of the Costa del Sol, which has lots of retired members who get organized for a coffee, luncheons, art shows, tennis games and lots more. You don´t have to be American to join, in case she isn´t.

There is also the British Legion. The group participates in social, fund raising and welfare activities. The Marbella Branch meets at 12.30pm every Friday at Pub Deco, corner Calle Ortega y Gasset/Calle Pablo Casals, Marbella (Tel: 952773390).

Then there is the Lion´s Club, which is a charity organization with members from all over the world. They hold monthly meetings at the Hotel Barcelo Guadalmina every first Monday of the month at 8:00pm.

If your mom is Irish or would like to mix with the Irish, there is an active Irish Club of Marbella.

And if she likes bridge she should try out the Atalaya Bridge Club that meets Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays at 4:30pm near the Atalaya Park Hotel which is about 10 minutes from Nueva Andalucia.

There are a lot of choices out there and I´ve only named a few. If you would like to take a look at our whole list of clubs then go to our page on Schools/Clubs and scroll towards the bottom. It´s not all just about kids! Good luck!

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