At the heart of Nueva Andalucía is its Golf Valley, which is thus called because of the number of top quality golf courses within the leafy, wide-avenued residential area that is also a prominent location for a mouth-watering assortment of restaurants, cafes and bars.
Views are always an important consideration when people buy a property, but in a beautiful resort area such as Marbella they become an even more integral part of the factors shaping one’s choice of home. In this article we highlight some of the most scenic residential areas in Marbella.
As we study the real estate market on the Costa del Sol one thing quickly becomes clear: the demand for luxury real estate and lifestyles in Marbella remains as strong as ever. There are naturally many factors affecting the property market right now, but it is against this framework of robust demand that the Marbella real estate sector is currently playing out.
Known for its beautiful white sandy beaches, the eastern Marbella district of Elviria attracts visitors and residents in equal measure.
Guadalmina is a suburb of Marbella located right on the border between San Pedro Alcántara and the municipality of Estepona, and geographically defined by the north and south courses of the Royal Club de Golf Guadalmina.
Cabopino is a charming area that draws people looking for a bracing walk on its spectacular beach and dining options in its small but perfectly formed port lined with lively restaurants and cafés. It is also a tranquil residential area that enjoys a setting of both beaches and pine forests, a location that provides easy access to Marbella, Mijas Costa and Málaga airport, which is only a 25-minute drive from here. Moreover, Cabopino has an air of exclusivity without being ostentatious, and that is a major part of its appeal.