SWAPPING Mystic River for a mystery seaside trip, Hollywood A-lister Kevin Bacon has recently taken a secret Costa del Sol holiday. 

AUSTIN, TX - MARCH 08:  Actor Kevin Bacon speaks onstage at "6 Degrees of Kevin Bacon: A Social Phenomenon Turns 20" during the 2014 SXSW Music, Film + Interactive Festival at Austin Convention Center on March 8, 2014 in Austin, Texas.  (Photo by Richard Mcblane/Getty Images for SXSW)

The Footloose star found a luxury Mijas villa to bring together his family from around the world.

A source revealed to the Olive Press that the Bacon clan arrived for two weeks of sunshine in an opulent hideaway in El Chaparral, costing at least €20,000 per week.

The 56-year-old father-of-two and his stunning actress wife Kyra Sedgwick, 49, managed to keep a low profile throughout the entire trip.

“They stayed in a lot as they were primarily here because Bacon’s father-in-law has been extremely unwell,” said the source.

The pad has been used by other celebrities, including Jermaine Jackson, earlier this year, before Bacon, who was recently the face of a mega-bucks EE telephone network campaign – arrived.


  1. More famous people visiting Spain.

    To Stuart Crawford. Re-Home Repossessions
    I apologize for not replying sooner but I had been away and had more pressing things to do on my return.
    I find your reply most interesting and your assumption as to the “land of the free” and “if you’re poor – it’s your fault”, meaning, I assume in the UK. I think you will find that the poor etc are being cared for more so than many other countries which are the main reason being the attraction of so many foreigners and immigrates that risk their lives in making their journey to the UK. I’m also surprised that you mentioned that the UK didn’t really want anything to do with mainland Europe. Perhaps you had forgotten that the UK had been involved in two world wars over Europe losing thousands of British life’s for the freedom regarding the citizens you mentioned, ie; the German’s, the Dutch and the Norwegians.

    Not quite sure what you mean about the property crash waiting around the corner in the UK. I don’t think it will affect millions that own their own homes with no intention of selling or do you mean companies and people that purchased properties hoping to make a profit?, and if that would be the case then that is all part and parcel of investment, some you win-some you lose.

    Stuart, what was it that you did not understand with my comment, quote,
    “What they don’t explain is why there a difference on the amount of people waiting to cross over into England compared to people waiting to cross into say Spain or France, can’t wait to get away fast enough from France, almost as bad as Spain. You try and get what an immigrant gets in the UK as to the rest of the EU”.

    Therefore Stuart can you explain the situation currently happening in say Calais which I was referring to at the time.

    Don’t really have anything positive to say about France, good or bad, France just does not appeal to me, in-fact my daughter-in-law is 100% French and grand children are 50% French, but I would not chose to live there, choose Spain.

    You say that you cannot buy illegal properties in France; the same applies in Spain and perhaps your confusing corruption and criminal activities as being the law in Spain.

    As for medical, well, it’s also first class in Spain and as for the Brit economy, well it’s one of the strongest not only in Europe but also the rest of the World and can’t see as an expat why you have such animosity against the UK. If you love living in France that’s you prerogative the same as other’s that choose the country they wished to live in. So please in future be a little kinder when you post about the UK and Spain, we are here for just a blink of an eye.

    Btw Stuart, I have lived a few more years longer in Spain than your time in Galicia and Aveyron added together. Did I not see a recent posting of yours from Marbella, could be wrong, and points I have mentioned are purely my own points of view.

  2. Maybe so, Fred, but I’m thinking this sensible mail should appear on all UK knocking threads! However I suspect Stuart Crawford is far too lofty to scan these articles but maybe not since he has such a need to pontificate and get personal

    Kevin Bacon is also a topic Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon.

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.