Whether a property on the Costa Blanca, an apartment in Mallorca, a finca on the south side of Tenerife or an apartment in Barcelona - we will find your dream property together with you. The main areas where we work in Spain are Tenerife , Mallorca , Ibiza , Marbella , Barcelona and the Costa Blanca . From quiet, relaxed regions to lively areas, with our property offer you will find your future finca or apartment as a permanent residence or as a holiday home offer according to your wishes.
Tenerife is the largest island of the Canaries and offers a vast area in which a large number of interesting properties of all kinds can be found. Both on the south and on the north side of the island, there are exciting opportunities to find your dream home. Whether an apartment, a house, a finca or a holiday home - we will be happy to assist you in the search.
Santa Cruz is located on the eastern tip of the island and as the capital of Tenerife with its 220,000 inhabitants, it is an important port city of the Canary Islands which serves as a port of call for cruise ships and as a stopover for crossings to America. The many well kept parks, pedestrian areas and shopping streets give the city a special character. The Rambla de Santa Cruz is the promenade of the city and attracts both residents and tourists alike. The auditorium, which is strongly reminiscent of the Sydney Opera House, hosts events such as musicals or shows throughout the year. The many fiestas and events are also among the special attractions of the city. Guaranteed bathing fun is provided by the Playa de las Teresitas and the Parque Marítimo César Manrique.
Puerto de la Cruz, located in the north of Tenerife at the foot of the beautiful Orotava Valley, has retained its own charm despite the tourism. The Plaza del Charco is its centre, with many Canarian and international restaurants, bars and live music. The artificial bathing area designed by the architect and artist Cesar Manrique on Playa Martiánez and the well kept Playa Jardín invite you to swim and sunbathe. Many events and attractions such as the famous Loro Parque or the annual Carnival make this beautiful city a lively and popular place.
The city in the north of Tenerife not only gave its name to the beautiful Orotava Valley, but it is also a symbol of Canarian culture and architecture. The region is one of the most lush in vegetation on the island, due to its special geographic location and the mild climate in the north of Tenerife. Most of the buildings in the old town date back to the 17th and 18th centuries and reflect Canarian architecture with traditional wooden balconies and beautiful houses. The many parks are lovingly laid out and invite you to linger; cafés and restaurants offer a rich gastronomic offer. Numerous fiestas and processions are cultural highlights in La Orotava.
The municipality of Los Realejos is located west of Puerto de la Cruz; it is home to the charming and peaceful urbanisations of Romantica I and Romantica II, as well as San Vicente with its hillside houses and residential apartments. The many quaint bodegas which offer top Canarian cuisine are typical of the region. Every year, the approximately 70 fiestas, processions and events ensure a lively atmosphere. The popular beaches of Playa El Socorro and Playa Jardín are just a few minutes away. The regular bustling of paragliders is a special highlight, which can be admired when they take off and land on the beach.
The contiguous towns and communities of Santa Ursula, La Victoria, Los Naranjos, El Sauzal and Tacoronte are all located a few kilometres east of Puerto de la Cruz. These are very popular residential areas, as they all have complete infrastructures despite their quiet location with fantastic panoramic views. Shopping facilities and all facilities for daily needs are in the immediate vicinity. At the country market held in Tacoronte every Saturday and Sunday, farmers offer a wide variety of fresh produce grown on the island.
The largest and oldest dragon tree in the world is located in Icod de los Vinos and is both the symbol of the traditional wine town and the island of Tenerife itself. In the many bodegas of the city wine of the local growing area can be enjoyed, among other things. The terraced Plaza is located high above the lower districts of Icod de los Vinos and offers outstanding views over the city and the sea. Green areas, pavilions and tall, shady trees invite you to stroll and relax. Nature lovers will enjoy the lovingly landscaped botanical garden, in which the diverse flora and fauna of the island can be admired. Above Icod de los Vinos there is also a large volcanic cave, the Cueva del Viento. Its branched passages extend over several levels and are the habitat for various unique species of animals. The nearby beach of San Marcos with its many restaurants and the tranquil bay is always worth a visit and is popular with the Spanish and foreigners alike.
Los Gigantes is located in the south of Tenerife and is best known for its unique port, considered one of the most beautiful in Europe. The ideal sea conditions as well as the mighty rock scenery make water sports and boat trips possible almost every day of the year; furthermore, various dolphin and whale sightseeing cruises with snorkelling breaks provide excellent opportunities for excursions. In the port area, old houses with typical Canarian balconies characterise the townscape. Restaurants and cafes line up in the port area and invite you to linger and observe the colourful hustle and bustle. The Oasis leisure centre offers swimming pools, tennis courts and trampolines and extends the sporting possibilities with the dream-like backdrop. The small beach with black volcanic sand is located directly next to the port, the larger beach of Playa la Arena is just a few kilometres away.
Costa Adeje is located on the south coast of Tenerife and impresses with an extensive holiday offer with high standards and beautiful beaches. Luxury hotels, resorts and well kept villas characterise the cityscape. The long promenade with many upmarket restaurants, cafes and bars is a popular meeting place for residents and tourists. The leisure offers are extremely varied and range from wellness, tennis and golf to various water sports. The Siam Park and Aqualand are modern water parks with a large fun factor. The beaches of Costa Adeje are among the best on the Canary Islands and promise year round warm temperatures and calm seas.
The former fishing town of Los Cristianos is located west of the south airport of Tenerife and forms the tourist centre of the island together with the neighbouring town of Playa de las Américas. Many small restaurants, cafes and bars are to be found on the pretty beach promenade and in the small streets of the town centre. Night owls will enjoy the great variety of trendy bars and clubs at both locations. The main beach and nearby Playa de las Vistas offer bright sands, tranquil swimming and a wide range of activities. The port Los Cristianos is just outside the centre, from which ferries to the neighbouring islands of La Gomera, El Hierro, La Palma and Gran Canaria are operated.
The Costa Blanca is a stretch of coast that begins with Dénia in the north and ends with Pilar de la Horadada in the south. The year round mild climate makes it possible to live extremely well there, whether permanently or just during the holiday season. With our help and our offer of properties, anyone interested in property on the Costa Blanca will be able to buy in this beautiful region.
Dénia is a port city in the north of the Costa Blanca and is known to be cosmopolitan and modern. The 20 km long coast opens up in the north to reveal beautiful beaches; the best known are Les Marines, Les Bovetes, Les Deveses and L'Almadrava. The beach Les Rotes is on the rugged and rocky south coast which consists of small bays and forms a beautiful stretch of coastline. The Sierra del Montgó Natural Park, which separates Dénia from Jávea, is a favourite retreat for residents. As a fishing town, the most famous product of Dénia is the so-called Gamba roja, the red, extremely tasty shrimp. Dénia has one of the largest sports ports in the province, and several ferries sail to the Balearic islands several times a day.
Jávea is undoubtedly one of the most beautiful towns on the Costa Blanca with just under 30,000 inhabitants and lies between the two cliffs of Cap de la Nau and Cap de Sant Antonio. The pleasant climate, among the best in the world, the friendly atmosphere and the unique landscape make Jávea a popular holiday destination and retreat location. The landscape is dominated by the mountain ranges of the Montgó, and by olive, almond and orange groves. The port area offers many highly recommendable tapas and fish restaurants. Beautiful beaches are close at hand, and activities range from tennis and golf, sailing and diving to equestrian sports.
Moraira is a former fishing village on the Costa Blanca with a modern port and charming pedestrian area with shops, restaurants, cafes and ice cream parlours. Today, Moraira is the cultural centre of the Teulada municipality and attracts visitors from all over Europe who appreciate the beautiful ambiance and mild climate of the region. Dream beaches with fine sand such as El Portet, L'Ampolla and Platgetes as well as the rocky outcrops with crystal clear water make the pulses of swimmers and water sports fans race. The Yacht Club Moraira, which receives the EU Blue Flag every year, is a popular place to meet. Villas and apartments of wealthy residents from all over Europe dominate the building landscape, many with unique sea views.
Calpe is located between Valencia and Alicante on the Costa Blanca and is a popular tourist destination for Germans and Swiss. The 327 m high Penyal d'lfac rock which forms a unique cape is characteristic of Calpe. Well maintained and busy sandy beaches which have clean water and are well maintained in the main season are on both sides of the rock. The architecturally appealing old town invites you to take a stroll through charming avenues with an interesting mix of modern and traditional buildings. Calpe has preserved its image as a former fishing village in part and the local fishermen present their catch at the well-known fish market every day.
Pedreguer is a typical Spanish village in the north of the province of Alicante which has retained its culture and traditions. Located directly at the Muntanya Gran mountain, the larger coastal towns of Dénia and Jávea are not far away. Renowned for its excellent rice dishes and tapas, as well as the weekly market held every Saturday in the Plaza Mayor, Pedreguer offers gourmets a varied gastronomic offer. Charming flea markets and bag and hat factories are characteristic of the village. Nature lovers will enjoy the beautiful Jardin de l'Albarda and the Mirador Monte Pedreguer.
Benissa is one of the oldest towns on the Costa Blanca, and is 275 metres above sea level. The landscape is hilly and very green; many wineries, palm plantations, fruit and olive trees characterise the surroundings. Properties with large plots and panoramic views are typical of Benissa and offer a rural living ambience on the east coast of Spain. The nearest beaches are only about 10 minutes drive away in Calpe or Moraira.
Between Cabo de La Nao in the north and Cabo d'Or in the south, Benitachell, with its approximately 4,000 inhabitants, belongs to the province of Alicante. Traditional and Mediterranean architecture characterise the place in a special way. Numerous vantage points offer a magnificent view of the rural surroundings with the local vine and almond plantations. Benitachell has a 2 km long coastline with natural cliffs and secluded coves. The protected coast offers ideal conditions for various water sports such as sailing, swimming or diving. For hiking enthusiasts, the Testa Gorge, the Cuevas de los Arcos and the Falla de Moraig are among the destinations of choice.
Alicante is a dynamic, modern and cosmopolitan city on the Costa Blanca and has many attractions such as the Santa Bárbara castle or the beautiful port of Alicante. The Spanish port city is known as a modern, cosmopolitan place with all the possibilities for creating a pleasant life with varied leisure offers and exciting nightlife. Various sandy beaches, golf courses, equestrian facilities and swimming pools offer opportunities for all tastes. The infrastructures are extremely good, the road network modern and extended.
When someone thinks about Mallorca, the first thing that often comes to mind is the Ballermann. Mallorca offers incredibly beautiful areas that invite you to relax and unwind. Everyone will find their personal luxury here; whether an elegant apartment, a finca with a pool by the sea or a smaller property with sea views - we will help you with the search.
Palma de Mallorca is the capital of Mallorca and is known as a lively and modern city. With about 400,000 inhabitants, the third largest Spanish airport and more than 250 hotels, Palma de Mallorca is the home of more than half of the island's population. The well kept old town is rich in architecture and history and is easy to explore on foot through its many narrow streets. The cultural offer is large, there are numerous museums and galleries such as the Es Baluard or the Palau March with year-round exhibitions and classical concerts. The beautiful city beach, the port and numerous cafes, restaurants and beach clubs provide a maritime flair. The most sought after neighbourhoods for property buyers are the old town, the peaceful Calatrava area, Santa Catalina and the charming fishing village of Portixol.
The historic town of Calvià is located at the foot of the Tramuntana Mountains in southwest Mallorca and is the heart of one of the island's most popular communities. Woods, fertile plains and wonderful views of the coast characterise the landscape. The building landscape is dominated by traditional, ochre coloured houses that are settled between carob and almond trees. International shops and schools are nearby, and the famous Monday Market in Calvià offers a wide selection of food, traditional crafts and clothing. Its central location lends itself to excursions in the mountains, to the many nearby bays and resorts such as Andratx or Puerto Portals.
Santa Ponsa is located in the southwest of the island and its main attraction is the long dream beach around which the place drapes itself. Ideal for families and sports-minded people, the beach stretches evenly across the full width of the bay and is dotted with popular water sports. The town centre is home to many historic buildings and has a magnificent backdrop of mountains and forests. World class golf resorts are located on the outskirts; many owners of superyachts have their residences here. The exclusive area of Nova Santa Ponsa is a select golf address and is home to two 18-hole golf courses and a 9-hole golf course (Santa Ponsa I, II and III). For sailors, the Club Náutico de Santa Ponsa, with more than 500 moorings, is the location of choice in a deep natural bay.
Andratx is as an old Mallorcan town in the valley of the Tramuntana mountains and houses one of Mallorca's most interesting art galleries. The quaint winding streets with an extensive gastronomic offer exude a rustic and typical Spanish flair. The farmland surrounding the city centre is a combination of luxury properties and working farms growing local produce. Nearby there is a challenging golf course which is popular among the socialites of the island. Andratx is a hugely popular place for nature lovers, with a modern and more luxurious setting in the nearby Port Andratx.
Port Andratx is located in a picturesque setting about 5 km from Andratx and is the home of about 11,000 people. The exclusive residential ambience and the stylish port, with the well equipped and well maintained yacht club with over 450 moorings, are characteristic of the town. Despite the numerous restaurants, Port Andratx is still a working fishing port, where you can relax outside in one of the many cafés and bars and watch the busy maritime life. Two small beaches, luxurious spas, golf courses, shopping streets and versatile excursion possibilities ensure a wide range of leisure activities.
The beautiful town of Santa Eugènia is located northwest of Palma de Mallorca, only about 13 km from the airport and offers a rural, quiet atmosphere. Cosy restaurants and shopping facilities for daily needs are located close by. The area surrounding Santa Eugènia is home to many well kept fincas and country houses that are popular with foreign property owners. Various golf courses, beaches and bays are less than 30 minutes drive away.
The traditional city of Algaida is located in one of the most charming areas in the interior of Mallorca and spans across six smaller mountains. Not far from the city there are some natural springs that are always worth a visit. The building landscape is mainly composed of designer villas and high-quality fincas, but there are also townhouses and apartments which are more centrally located. Several excellent wine producers are located in the Algaida area, including the Can Majoral Bodega. The hilly and attractive environment of the city is especially suitable for many activities and bike tours. Golf enthusiasts will love the nearby Son Gual golf course.
Santanyí is a rural, authentic Mallorcan town with a privileged location in the southeast of the island. The townscape is characterised by the golden sandstone buildings and the breathtaking nature that surrounds Santanyí. The constant sun of the south, the proximity to the island's capital and the attractive surroundings make Santanyí a desirable place to live. A large proportion of the inhabitants are expats, especially German emigrants and have discovered the area for themselves. Santanyí is a paradise for gourmets who appreciate the combination of art and food with many upmarket restaurants such as Migjorn, Sa Botiga and French L'Art de Vivre. The picturesque port of Cala Figuera is just a few kilometres away with a romantic, Mediterranean flair.
Manacor is located on the north-eastern tip of the island and is the second largest city in Mallorca after the capital. Properties of all types and sizes that have been developed and built excellently are available for you. The city itself mainly has terraced and apartment buildings, while there are many rural luxury villas outside the city. The beauty of the coast and the mysterious underground caves are notable natural highlights of the region; the resorts and bays near Manacor invite you to spend days relaxing on the beach. For tennis players, Manacor is a paradise as Rafael Nadal was born there and is currently building the Rafael Nadal International Tennis Centre to attract talented athletes from around the world..
Sencelles is located in the interior of the Pla country region and offers a quiet home in the countryside. The municipality is home to just over 3,000 inhabitants; almond trees, fertile plains and nature that invites you to enjoy walks all characterise the landscape. Palma de Mallorca is only about 25 km away, the Mallorca international airport only about 18 km.
The bustling city in the north of Mallorca fascinates with its history, culture and life at all times of the year. The restored and historic centre has been transformed into a spacious pedestrian zone, which invites you to stroll and linger. Medieval houses and the so-called Casas Señorales which are majestic houses of the former nobility, characterise the cityscape. The famous Alcúdia market takes place every Tuesday and Saturday outdoors, offering a colourful mix of food produced by the island's farmers, clothing, jewellery and souvenirs. For sports fans Alcúdia has much to offer and is the ideal starting point for hiking and mountain biking in the surrounding mountains. In Puerto Alcúdia, only one kilometre away, you can practice any kind of water sports. One of the best golf courses in Europe, the Alcanada Golf Club can be reached in just 15 minutes by car and offers an interesting and challenging course in front of a dream backdrop with fantastic views over the bay.
As the second largest city in Spain, Barcelona is not only attractive as a holiday destination. Also those seeking a property in Spain will find what they are looking for in Barcelona. Whoever wants to buy an apartment or a holiday home, will find their dream property either in the historic districts, directly by the sea or on the outskirts.
Barceloneta is the smallest district of Barcelona, located on a peninsula between the old Port Vell and the city beach. The former fishing district exudes a Mediterranean holiday atmosphere in the middle of the Barcelona metropolis. Traditional fish restaurants and small bars with lots of character give the district a special feel. Sports enthusiasts will also get their money's worth from the sea right there, a well kept outdoor gym, fitness studios and a swimming club. In Puerto Olímpico, with numerous discos and bars, you will find the heart of the vibrant nightlife of Barcelona. From spring to autumn, the approximately 4 km long beach invites you to swim and sunbathe.
El Born is historical and trendy and is located on the right side of the gothic quarter. Architectural and historical highlights include the Basilica of Santa Maria del Mar, the Picasso Museum and Ciutadella Park with a landscaped lake for boating. The area is characterised by its proximity to the city centre and the beach, both just a 20-minute walk away. Many fashionable restaurants, cafes and bars have established themselves in El Born and provide life and ambience all year round. Many buildings are well over 100 years old and have been renovated and refurbished to modern standards, so that residents can enjoy an exciting mix of old and modern.
El Gòtico is Barcelona's most historic district and is the political, cultural and tourist centre of the city. Many narrow, winding streets characterise the cityscape of the district, the old buildings have been lovingly and lavishly preserved. Some of Barcelona's most famous museums and the largest Roman ruins outside Rome are in the medieval El Gòtico. The centre of the district is the La Seu Cathedral, around which there are numerous squares with historic buildings. Shopping lovers will enjoy the many small boutiques, confectioners and souvenir shops. A popular meeting point during the day and in the evening is the Plaça Reial with its numerous bars and cafes which are within walking distance.
El Raval is the most western district of the old town and is multicultural and a little rough. The famous Rambla separates El Raval from the Gothic Quarter, and the district is next to the old port and the Plaza Catalunya. Highlights include the Museum of Modern Art, the oldest church in Barcelona, Sant Pau del Camp and the Palau Güell, one of Gaudí's first works. There are many bars and clubs in El Raval, so night owls will get their money's worth. The 4-star Barceló Raval Hotel boasts a year-round 360° terrace, which offers visitors unique views of Barcelona.
Sant Antoni is a lively, modern district adjacent to Eixample and El Raval; it is very central and less touristic as mainly Spanish live there. Both the Rambla and Plaza Catalunya are just 15 minutes away on foot. The weekly Modernista market and the traditional book flea market inspire young and old. The homes in Sant Antoni tend to be very spacious and often have large balconies or terraces. The main thoroughfare Gran Via, as well as various metro stops, perfectly connect Sant Antoni with the other districts of Barcelona.
In contrast to the old town of Barcelona, Eixample is wide and spacious, the buildings are all square with bevelled corners on them. Eixample is divided into two parts, L'Eixample Dreta and L'Eixample Esquerra. The central part of Eixample is often referred to as the Quadrat d'Or, which translates as golden square and is a reflection of the elegance of the neighbourhood. The building landscape consists mainly of large and high quality apartments, which are usually bathed with light. The main shopping street in Barcelona, the Passeig de Gracia, offers exclusive shopping and impressive architecture. Two of Gaudí's most famous buildings, Casa Millà and Casa Batlló, can be admired from the outside as well as from the inside. The world famous Sagrada Familia Cathedral and the city district of the same name is also part of Eixample.
The Sarrià district has always been one of the wealthiest parts of the city of Barcelona, and the residents are extremely proud of their neighbourhood. The buildings and streets are well maintained, the famous modernist architecture is clearly recognisable in many buildings. Sarrià was the last independent village, which was incorporated in 1921; therefore, the district still exudes a village feeling with a lot of charm and individuality, which can not be found in this form in any other part of the city. In addition to the high quality of life in general, the Tibidabo, the highest peak of the Collserola mountains with the amusement park and the well kept church is the highlight of Sarrià.
The district of Gràcia starts to the north of the Avenida Diagonal, which was an independent village until 1898. Characteristic features of the artist and student district are the many narrow streets and inviting squares. The charming area is known to be fashion conscious with a strong, individual character and village-like atmosphere. Gràcia is above all famous for its annual traditional Fiesta Major festival in late August. The bar district of Gràcia is very popular and attracts tourists and residents alike from all over Barcelona. Adjacent to the north is Barcelona's most beautiful park, Parque Güell.
The Vila Olímpica district is located right on the coast and was built in 1992 to accommodate Olympic athletes. The neighbourhood is generally prosperous and peaceful, the apartments spacious and modern. Many walkers and cyclists enjoy the maritime flair of the area and observe the activity of the year-round surfers. The nearby marina, gastronomically appealing fish restaurants and the well kept city beach are all highlights. Night owls can enjoy various bars and famous nightclubs such as Pacha, Shoko or the CDLC. Shops for daily needs as well as extended shopping facilities are equally distributed over the entire district.
Poble Nou is a redeveloped former industrial area that has developed excellently and still retains the village atmosphere. The location can be described as close to the beach and extremely quiet, which allows relaxed living in the lively city of Barcelona. The city centre can be reached quickly, public transport provides very good connections. A wide variety of local shops, restaurants and bars, as well as a large shopping centre, provide a high standard of living and breathe life into the neighbourhood. The very civilised Rambla in Poble Nou exudes a very special charm and invites you to stroll and walk.
The diversity of the white Mediterranean island makes Ibiza an interesting destination for young and old. Whether you long for natural scenery and tranquility or want to plunge fully into the party life - we will be happy to help you find a suitable property, whether a cosy holiday apartment or a luxurious villa.
The port city is the capital and the largest town on the island and offers something for everyone. The historic Dalt Vilta Castle is the landmark of Ibiza city and represents the island's interesting history. Additionally, first class restaurants, cafés and bars in the charming old town and the trendy Marina Botafoch ensure a varied daytime and evening program. In Eivissa, as the city is known in Catalan, the legendary nightlife attracts international audiences and celebrities with world-famous clubs like Pacha; and the nearby party mile Playa d'en Bossa completes the offer. If you enjoy shopping, you will find numerous small boutiques, designer shops and other shopping paradise locations. Culture lovers will get their money's worth from interesting art galleries and museums.
Sant Josep de sa Talaia, also called San José is located in the southwest of the island and covers about 80 km of the coast of Ibiza. The most popular coves among residents and tourists alike, with the most beautiful sunsets on the island are Cala Vedella, Cala Comte and Cala Bassa. The municipality is also an ideal starting point for hikes and excursions in the south of the island. The remote corners of the island have become a magnet of worldwide celebrities, so that stars like Phil Collins and Mike Oldfield have their summer residences there. Moreover, the Ibiza airport is located in Sant Josep de sa Talaia.
With almost 25,000 inhabitants, San Antonio de Portmany is the largest city on the west coast of the island and is home to Ibiza's second largest port. The promenade is lined with popular restaurants and cafes, and unique sunsets can be enjoyed with a cocktail in the world-famous Café del Mar. The lively atmosphere, the varied nightlife and the wide range of activities on land and in the water are typical. The lively resort impresses beside the open bay with its lively atmosphere and young clientele.
Sant Joan de Labritja is a tranquil municipality in the north of the island and is still strongly influenced by the hippie era in the late 60's and early 70's. The place, which covers the largest district of Ibiza in terms of area, is contrary to the tourist strongholds of the island and presents another side of Ibiza which is often not noticed at first sight. The hippie market that is held regularly, the cosy restaurants and cafes and the hidden coves of crystal clear water make the town a paradise for nature lovers and people looking for quiet and relaxation.
Santa Eulària des Riu located on the east of the island radiates much more quiet and comfort compared to the south or west of the island. The river which flows into the sea from the south of the city shapes the landscape in a special way. The long Platja de Sta beach. Eulalia del Rio is very well maintained and invites you to enjoy sunny days on the beach. While enjoying absolute quiet in the winter, the multi-cultural mix of residents and visitors in the summer months gives the town special charm. Some of the best restaurants of the island are located in Santa Eulària des Riu, hip bars and the elegant marina invite you to enjoy an evening sundowner.
Characterised by the beautiful Andalusian countryside and breathtaking miles of beaches, the city of Marbella is located on the Costa del Sol. In addition to rustic properties in the typical style of the country, there are luxurious villas that make the attractive town in the region of Málaga special not only for tourists but also for settlers and locals.
The impressive city centre of Marbella connects the narrow, typically Spanish streets with well maintained, well frequented shopping streets, sights and breathtaking nature. The Plaza de los Naranjos, the Avenida del Mar and the Muralla del Castillo de Marbella are just some of the attractions of this beautiful coastal city. The city park Parque de la Represa also offers enough greenery and invites you to take a leisurely stroll in the city centre.
Elviria to the northeast of Marbella province extends from the mountains down to the coast. The landscape characterised by the Sierra Blanca invites you to enjoy hiking trips. Also, its proximity to the coast of the Costa del Sol offers a wide range of sandy beaches. The less densely populated area also offers several golf courses, other facilities for sporting activities and various restaurants and bars that breathe life into the area.
El Paraíso, located between the coastal towns of Marbella and Estepona, offers ideal conditions for both relaxing and action packed days. The wonderful climate in Andalusia makes the coastal regions very popular holiday or residential areas. A wide range of leisure activities is ensured by means of various water sports, well maintained golf courses and an individual entertainment program. The extensive sandy beach ensures the best conditions for sunny beach days and can be reached in just a few minutes. The large animal and safari park “Selwo Aventura” with over 2,000 wild animals is only a 10 minute drive away and the exclusive outlet stores in Puerto Banús invite you to go shopping.
Estepona is a small resort in the sought after Costa del Sol on the south coast of Spain. The attractive town offers an excellent tourist infrastructure and impresses with its old town. The narrow streets through the buildings with typical Andalusian architecture provide special charm in the old town of Estepona. The kilometre-long sandy beach, the Puerto Pesquero de Estepona marina and the surrounding restaurants and bars invite you to linger with a beautiful view of the Mediterranean Sea. In the surrounding area you will also find many holiday apartments, new apartment complexes and high quality houses, which combine the typical Andalusian architectural style with modern architecture.
Las Chapas, to the west of Marbella, has miles of sandy beaches on the Costa del Sol. Various enclosed housing developments make the area popular for families and the wealthy. Las Chapas offers several, sometimes even international or bilingual educational institutions. Furthermore, las Chapas has large golf courses and the Costa del Sol hospital. “FUNNY BEACH MARBELLA” offers you a great selection of adventure and water sports activities. The monument “Torre Río Real” as well as the “Arco de Marbella” are places worth seeing.
The exclusive “golden mile” extends from Marbella to the splendid yacht marina Puerto Banús. Along the entire coast you will find impressive luxury properties. Water sports, the jet ski hire companies Water Sports Banus Rent and Jet ski Málaga and the sandy beach characterise the attractive coastline of Nueva Andalucía. Extensive golf courses north of the coast will make enthusiastic golf fans happy. The so-called Lake of Turtles, located north of Nueva Andalucía, gives an idea of the breathtaking landscapes.
The nature rich region of Benahavís is located east of Marbella, at the foot of the mountain range of the Betic Cordillera. The area invites you to enjoy long walks, especially to the hiking area Sendero de las libélulas del Guadalmina. The streams of the Guadalmina and the Arroyo de la Pacheca immerse the landscape in a soothing atmosphere. Various restaurants and bars combine the tranquil surroundings with exciting nightlife. Due to their elevated position, the luxurious buildings have beautiful views of the mountains as well as of the sparkling Mediterranean Sea.
The charming town of San Pedro de Alcántara successfully advertises its typical Spanish architecture and the sandy beach lush with palm trees. It is located in the southwest of Marbella and belongs to the greater city area. The beach of San Pedro de Alcántara is considered one of the quietest in the area and is dark sand beach. The Roman Baths of Las Bóvedas are also on the waterfront, which is a major tourist attraction along with the church in the centre of San Pedro. Bars and cosy restaurants are scattered along the entire promenade and invite you to enjoy beautiful sunsets.
The idyllic village of Casares impresses with its white houses, which are perched on a rocky hill and can be seen from far away. Casares is located southwest of Marbella and consists of the three districts Casares Pueblo, El Secadero and Casares Costa. The town is located between the beaches of the Costa del Sol and the Ronda mountains, with its narrow streets and flower-filled houses. The centre of the town is the Plaza de España with the small chapel of San Sebastián. Traditional bars and restaurants invite you to linger.
Ojén is located in the interior of Marbella and is one of the well known white villages of Andalusia. It lies between the coast and the mountains of the Sierra de las Nieves Natural Park. Hiking enthusiasts will enjoy the possibility of hiking from Marbella to Ojén. Something well known of this place is its brandy Aguardiente, which has been produced in Ojén since 1830. One of the sights worth visiting is the caves of Ojén, where concerts and events are held. The evening can be ended wonderfully in one of the numerous bars or restaurants, from where you can watch the sunset.