The Crown Is Coming To The Costa Del Sol

The Crown Is Coming To The Costa Del Sol. Keep an eye out for famous faces on the Costa Del Sol next week as production for hit Netflix series The Crown returns.

The Crown Is Coming To The Costa Del Sol

The Crown Is Coming To The Costa Del Sol

Netflix will be filming parts of the new series of The Crown near Marbella next week.  The highly anticipated 5th series of the show will pick up the story in the 1990s, introducing a new cast.  Scenes will be shot in and around Puerto Banus, and at a luxury home in La Zagaleta near Marbella.  Vladimir Putin, Rod Stewart, and Hugh Grant are all thought to have homes on the development.

Emma Corrin The Crown Malaga

Emma Corrin filming scenes for season 4 of The Crown in Malaga.

Previous Seasons Filmed In Malaga

This isn’t the first time that The Crown has been filmed on the Costa Del Sol.  In season three the Palacio de Ferias in Torremolinos was used as a 1960’s airport set.  In the fourth series Netflix used the roof of the AC Malaga Palacio hotel to film scenes of a crowd welcoming Charles and Diana to Brisbane in Australia.

AC Palacio Malaga The Crown

Crowd scenes in season 4 of The Crown shot in Malaga.

Gillian Anderson filmed scenes as Margaret Thatcher at the Gran Hotel Miramar, the Guadalhorce iron bridge was used in a scene set in Darwin, and Emma Corrin and Josh O’Connor filmed a car ride as Charles and Diana through Adelaide at La Concepcion gardens in Malaga.

Published: 24.09.2021

Written by Dave James

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