This year, the glamorous marina of Puerto Banús celebrates its 50th anniversary. Opened in 1970 with a lavish, jet-set party, this exclusive yacht marina has gone on to become a beacon of luxury that attracts the biggest stars, largest yachts and high society from around the world. Puerto Banús is a hub for fine dining, nightlife, café society, designer shopping, jewellery stores and one of the largest and finest El Corte Inglés department stores in Spain.
Professionals are there for you come rain or shine, and Marbella Hills Home can continue to help you with your property needs and house hunting during the coronavirus lockdown. Fortunately, a lot of work can now be done remotely, making it possible for us to continue to provide our service and be at your disposal even now.
The world seems to have turned a corner and suddenly the voices of environmentalists and those concerned about the state of nature and our impact on it are being heard. Now there is an awareness that we have to change our ways, and indeed a willingness to move forward and replace harmful materials such as plastic with more environmentally friendly ones. Sustainability is the new buzz word in everything from engineering and construction to retail and packaging, and here plastics are singled out as a threat to nature, animals and the ecosystem in general.
Dear customers, Due to the state of alarm declared by the Spanish government regarding coronavirus crisis, we would like to inform you that our office will remain closed to public until further notice. We are working from our homes and we are at your disposal on our usual telephone number…
We all know that Marbella and its environs boast some of the most exclusive properties on the Costa del Sol, so it comes as no surprise that one of the biggest Spanish property portal’s has included four luxury villas in Marbella, two in Benahavis and one in Ronda in its ‘Top 10’ most expensive properties in Spain.
Long before Marbella was known there was a private hunting estate set within an idyllic area of outstanding natural beauty. The property encompassed dozens of hectares of land in the hills above San Pedro Alcántara, a small town close to Marbella, from where it offered wonderful views of the wooded mountains, the Mediterranean Sea and the deep blue Andalusian skies.