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BUYING IN SPAIN MADE SIMPLE

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BUYING GUIDE 2021

FINDING YOU THE PERFECT

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POST-BREXIT FACTS

WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT

BUYING A PROPERTY IN SPAIN

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SPAIN

Murcia

Alicante

Santa Pola

Denia

Javea

Moraira

Altea Calpe

Benidorm

Guardamar

de Segura

Torrevieja

COSTA

BLANCA

Malaga

Nerja

Marbella Torremolinos

Benalmadena

Estepona

Fuengirola

LA PALMA

LA GOMERA

EL HIERRO

TENERIFE

GRAN CANARIA

Costa

Tropical

Granada

Almuneca

COSTA DEL SOL

Santa Cruz

de Tenerife

Almeria

Adra

Almerimar

Las Palmas

Aguadulce

LANZAROTE

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Arrecife

Puerto del

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COSTA DE ALMERIA

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LOOKING BACK 2020 AND

FORWARD TO 2021 04

A FEELING FOR SPAIN 06

PURCHASING PROPERTY IN SPAIN 0 8

LEGAL ADVICE 10

LIFE AFTER BREXIT 12

GOLF IN THE COSTA BLANCA 14

PROPERTIES FOR SALE

COSTA BLANCA NORTH 18

COSTA BLANCA SOUTH 32

COSTA CALIDA 38

COSTA ALMERIA 42

COSTA DEL SOL 46

BALEARIC ISLANDS 58

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Looking back at 2020

and forward during 2021

It’s fair to say that most of us are ready to look back

at a year that will go down in history as one of the

strangest ever. 2020 will not be remembered fondly

by most people around the world, having brought us

a virus and accompanying restrictions that have had

a profound impact on the economy and society, on

the Costa del Sol as elsewhere, but it was also a year

that allowed us to slow down, take stock and perhaps

appreciate the more important things in life.

This includes side-stepping our increasingly frenetic

lifestyles, analysing what is really important to us and

spending time with our families. While we missed

our social lives, our freedom of movement and saw

businesses and careers impacted, we also had a rare

chance to reconnect with home and family, and

this again led to a renewed appreciation for home

and hearth – with a surge in home improvements,

redecoration and renovations as a result. Travel suffered

in favour of staying put in your own backyard, much like

a temporary return to the not so distant past.

This break from our constant rushing about, flying

around and consuming at full speed had social and

economic repercussions within the human realm, but

nature also showed us just how much we impact upon

the environment by staging a humbling comeback

in record time, with weather patterns showing signs

of restoration, and all manner of animals returning to

placing they had not been seen for long years. Most

people have seen the images of dolphins in the Venice

lagoon, but they also visited the shoreline of the Costa

del Sol in a marvellous display!

A RESILIENT PROPERTY MARKET

While the Spanish economy, like most others, showed

a sharp decline in H1 following the near-closing of all

economic activity during the first and most intense

lockdown of March-May, the third quarter registered

a similarly significant rebound upon the relaxing of

restrictions, and the final quarter of 2020 is expected to

have produced a smaller return to contraction, resulting

in overall negative growth of the Spanish economy for

the whole year. No major improvement is expected

for Q1 of 2021, but from then onwards rapid recovery

growth should follow a gradual return to normality.

Within all of this, the Spanish property market proved

remarkably resilient. This is especially true of ‘top areas’

such as the Balearic Islands and the Costa del Sol, where

demand for properties for sale rebounded strongly in

Q2 and then again levelled off to a lower yet sustained

level for the remainder of the year. There was no major

dramatic drop in transactions, and prices of new-build

homes and the most attractive real estate remained

solid, with only older and less appealing properties losing

a little ground, though of course the travel restrictions

imposed on most potential buyers have had a negative

effect on the sector.

PROSPECTS FOR 2021

Experts predict the present status quo to be

maintained into the beginning of next year, when the

‘weaker’ properties, i.e. older homes or those in less

attractive areas, are expected to drop in value by up

to 10-20%, which of course creates fresh opportunities

for investors and savvy buyers. In the most in-demand

areas, however, such opportunities also exist but will be

fewer, so you have to work with your agent to find them

in homes, building land and commercial real estate. The

resurgence of the property market will broadly mirror

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that of the economy as a whole, and this is expected

to begin by the end of Q1, as vaccines take effect and

restrictions of movement are gradually lifted.

If all goes to plan, we will be well on the road back to

normality by the summer, and though 2021 will essentially

become known as the year of recovery, the simple

rebound should produce strong growth in most sectors,

including real estate, with prices returning to upward

motion by mid-year latest. In all, 2021 looks to offer us

more than 2020 did, though as we revel in our newfound

freedom and business activity, we should look back at

the lessons this past year taught us about evaluating

what is important and finding a balance between work,

consuming and the simpler pleasures in life – and your

home is central in all of this!

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A feeling

for SPAIN

As the author of the highly acclaimed

Duende, Andalus, Guerra and Sacred

Sierra, it is fair to say that Jason Webster

has a feeling for Spain. Where so many have

tried to come to grips with this fascinating

country Webster seems to have a secret formula

– he simply immerses himself and gets under

the skin of one of Europe’s most multi-layered

cultures.

Spain is a country that repays your interest

in it,” says Jason Webster as we sit in his country

cottage on the outskirts of Valencia. All around

are fields, though the city rises up no more

than a few kilometres distant. It shows just how

assimilated he has become, for where most

foreigners seek the Spanish seaside or at least

the elegant avenues of downtown Valencia,

Jason has chosen a spot amid everyday

Spanish people. “It always surprises me when

people move here saying they love Spain, only

to settle down in a Disney-style caricature of

it.” As always, his comment contains no hint of

judgement; instead, it is the kind of observation

that has formed the basis of his writing on Spain.

Though they delve headlong into Spain’s past

and present, Webster’s books have a knack

of tacking you on a journey that describes the

country without ever passing moral judgement

or attempting to persuade the reader in

direction or another. “I have my views, but when

I write I don’t like to be didactic.” What’s more,

the information contained within his novels are

not merely researched and re-interpreted, but

primarily sourced through first-hand personal

experience. “When I describe gypsies and

the flamenco scene in Duende, or Moroccan

migrants in Andalus, I draw on my own body

of encounters,” says the young author whose

willingness to plunge headlong into adventures

has formed part of his immersion in Spain’s multifaceted

society.

“Maybe it would have been wiser to think

before I acted. Some of the situations I got

myself in were actually quite scary and

potentially dangerous, but what it has done is

shown me sides of Spain that I would otherwise

never have seen.” Perhaps this accounts for the

success of his books, for unlike many he doesn’t

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merely dip his toe in the water but dives right

in. I get the impression Jason likes it this way,

and that he is secretly attracted to the shadier

sides of society. Let others describe the pretty

buildings, the mighty sierras and the picturesque

mountain villages that still retain much of

Spain’s famed old charm. For Jason Webster it

is the underlying clash of classes, cultures and

generations that are worth writing about.

The interaction between these layers of society

holds his fascination, in all its dysfunctional

cohesion. “We think of societies as homogenous,

but they’re not, least of all in a country like

Spain. A society is often a pact between many

different groups of people and it is the degree of

cohesion that allows it to function. I’m interested

in the invisible glue that holds it all together – or

doesn’t.” Such themes rise to the fore in all his

books, whether you’re following his exploration

of the flamenco world, his travels with migrant

workers or his journey into Spain’s divisive

past. “The Civil War is over, but its divisions and

tensions still simmer, and need confronting

before they can finally be laid to rest.”

As a student of Spanish, Arabic and Islamic

culture, he is also drawn to the stuff that binds

Catholic Spain to the Islamic world. “Though it

blocked it out for many centuries Spain has a

partly Muslim past. This means that part of its

identity derives from this period. To shut it out

doesn’t make it go away, it is merely a denial.

After centuries of such denial, the current era

seems to be one in which Spain, one way or

another, is exploring its Muslim past. It will be

interesting to what conclusions will be reached,

but for me it is exactly this West-meets-East blend

that makes Spain so fascinating and multilayered.

You need only look at the Alhambra to

confirm its role in the making of this fascinating

country.”

The Bulls Kills You is Jason Webster’s fifth and

most recent novel. It the first in a new detective

novel set featuring Chief Inspector Max Cámara

of the Spanish Policía Nacional and is set in

Valencia, Webster’s adopted home.

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Purchasing in

SPAIN THE

CORRECT WAY

Our team of lawyers specialised in law property always

double (and triple and quadruple) check:

• Whether the property is legal and fully registered

• Or if it is still in construction status

• The information on title deeds

• The community fees

• The electricity/water services

And we also:

• Make sure the annual tax was paid

• Double, triple and quadruple check there will not be any

surprises

Does it look like an easy job?

It’s not.

Fortunately, our team at Sun Lawyers is so experienced

that will catch everything at a glance.

We take buying/selling property as seriously as if we were

defending you in a criminal/civil case.

How to begin the process

1. In order to be able to do a proper in-depth inspection

on the property, and to represent you for the signing of

the purchase/sale, our recommendation is to give us

power of attorney.

2. If you haven’t obtained it yet, for an NIE number

(Número de Indentificación de Extranjero, Identification

Number for Foreigners, in English) is compulsory for

purchasing property in Spain.

But before we begin working together, we would love to

speak with you

Would you like to visit us? Through a free-consultation

appointment we will explain the process, timescale, and

our fees.

We would love to meet you in person. If this is not an

option, we can arrange a phone conference or speak by

email.

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Spanish Conveyancing

PROCESS SIMPLIFIED

Life is about to get not just easier, but more secure

when it comes to completing the sale or purchase

of a home in Spain.

It was generally recognised that the dual system

used in Spain to record land and property details – the

Land Registry plus the Cadastre – was unwieldy and,

worse than that, sometimes produced conflicting

data on the same property. To put it simply, the

Land Registry normally included a written description

of a property while the Cadastre had graphic

representation in the form of a map or plan.

The problem was that, on occasion, the two did not

match, leading to some legal disputes on boundaries.

On top of that, as the Cadastre was not routinely

cross-referenced with the Land Registry, details on

any alterations and extensions built on a property

would not necessarily appear on the Cadastre, again

possibly leading to legal complications.

But now the Spanish government has taken action to

smooth the conveyancing process and ensure the two

registries are consistent when describing a property.

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Chief amongst the changes is the requirement

that Land Registry descriptions must now include

a ‘graphic representation’ of the property in the

form of a copy of the map or plan held by the

Cadastre.

LAND REGISTRY DESCRIPTION SUPERSEDED

This will supersede the old Land Registry

description and ensure buyers know exactly what

they are purchasing. On top of that, the Cadastre

will have to make note of any alterations to a

building marked on the Land Registry records, and

the two institutions will also have to use the same

reference code for each property in order to avoid

confusion and make the comparison of data

between the bodies easier.

Government officials estimate it will save the

need for some 22,000 personal declarations a year,

saving €1.8million. More importantly, it will provide

greater security, clarity and transparency for

people when buying a property, and should speed

up the process greatly.

Power of

Attorney

in Spain

Are you ready to purchase/sell property in

Spain?

If yes, the Power of Attorney is the kind of document to

start with.

Let us explain.

ABOUT PROTECTING OUR CLIENTS IN SPAIN

When it comes to purchasing/selling property in Spain

there is nothing like doing everything from a legal

perspective to have peace of mind (and to avoid surprises

and expensive comebacks).

You may have heard of some stories where people were

scammed when they bought/sold property in Spain. A

common pattern is using the wrong professionals, trying to

DIY, and/or trusting anybody.

Wouldn’t you rely the whole process to a reputed law

firm which has been in business since 1985 and has helped

thousands for clients since?

We know how to protect our clients at Sun Lawyers, and

not only because we are licensed and registered bilingual

English/Spanish-speaking lawyers but because we have

the professional knowledge.

LET US PLEASE DO IT ON YOUR BEHALF

In Spain, when you appoint a lawyer to act on your

behalf this procedure is called: “Power of Attorney”.

Our definition of Power of Attorney is: “an official

document signed at a notary through which the client

givesus specific legal power to act on his/her behalf”.

Once we have Power of Attorney, we will be able to start

the purchasing/selling legal procedures on your behalf.

SOME ACTIONS THROUGH POWER OF ATTORNEY

Purchasing/selling property is not a simple procedure

where you will sign a few documents and will get the key

of the property right after. Actually, thinking that way could

mean ending up in the wrong hands, going through painful

legal (and expensive) consequences.

Here are some of the actions we will carry out when

we assist you with the legal process of purchasing/selling

property in Spain:

• NIE number application.

• Legal check-ups (Is the property legal? Is there any

debt? Is it still classified as “in construction”? Is there a

mortgage on the property?

• Utility bills

• Tax involved

• Day of the signing (whether you are buying or selling we

will represent you at the notary and we will make sure

everything is in order)

• Land registry (the title deeds of the property must be

registered at the Land Registry office)

Definitely, Power of Attorney is the process to start with.

In addition, through Power of Attorney we would be able

to act on your behalf on certaintax matters, or even solve

unexpected problems in the future that could not have

anything to do with your property.

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Residency choices for B

homebuyers in Spain

It’s happened – Brexit is now well and truly a fait

accompli, so a whole new range of rules apply to

British homebuyers, residents and property owners

in EU member countries such as Spain. The reciprocal

rights and freedom of movement enjoyed between

the continent and the UK stopped when the latter

ended its membership of Europe, but this doesn’t

mean that no meaningful relationship can be had

between the two or that Britons looking to own a

property, live and work and/or invest in a place like

Spain have no options open to them.

SPENDING TIME IN SPAIN

Since January 1st 2021, British people can come

to Spain for a maximum of 90 days within a 180-day

period. Non-tax residents can stay in the country for

up to six months at a time, but you wish to do so for

longer, or indeed live here permanently, then you will

have to apply for Spanish tax residency.

SPANISH RESIDENCY

The easiest way to apply for residency is if you can

show that you were resident in Spain before 21st

December 2020, and to do this you’ll need to provide

supporting documentation, in the form of Spanish

bank statements and utility bills.

Another fast-tracked way is if you happen to be

married to a Spanish or at least EU citizen. The former

enjoys automatic Spanish residency and the latter

can quite easily apply for it, as well as be entitled

to work here, enjoy local healthcare and have their

pension paid out in Spain.

A British spouse of an EU citizen with Spanish

residency can then also apply for the same, but even

if you haven’t lived here before or can have the way

paved by a European partner, there are still ways of

achieving residency in Spain.

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British

NIE and

Residencia

The Simple

Solution!

NON-LUCRATIVE VISA

The main applicant will need to have a minimum

of €27.115,20 in a Spanish bank account, plus

€6.778,80 for every dependent within their

household to be able to apply for this kind of visa.

One must present the application in person to

Spanish consul in their country in a process that

normally takes three months to conclude. When

issued, it has to be collected in person too; it is

then valid for three months and 15 days, within

which time the applicant has to travel to Spain

to apply for the biometric TIE Card (foreigner’s ID

document).

Once obtained, non-lucrative visa enables you

to reside in Spain and move freely inside and out

of it, though it does not entitle you to work in the

country.

GOLDEN VISA

This is the popular name for what is officially

called the Residency Visa for Investors, and to

qualify one must:

• Purchase one or more properties in Spain for a

combined value of at least €500.000

• Or buy shares in Spain to the value of €1 million or

more

• Or invest €2 million or more in Spanish government

bonds

It is valid for one year and provides full residency

rights during that period, and can also be renewed

several times, ultimately leading to permanent

residency if successful. If you apply for it within

Spain, it is valid for two years at a time, so it is well

worth visiting the country and exploring the options

in person.

Whilst we all love the fabulous weather,

beautiful beaches, outdoorsy lifestyle

and the stunning scenery in Spain,

there are a few things that we accept as being

the more ‘tricky elements’ of living in Spain.

Appointments made with local workmen

can sometimes suffer the ‘manaña, manaña

syndrome’ and yes, famously, paperwork and

bureaucracy can occasionally be an arduous

process.

If you intend to spend any considerable amount

of time in Spain, it is advisable to apply for either

an NIE number or for Spanish residency. For both

of these you will need to fill in forms (which will

be in Spanish), you will also require documents,

passports, bills and multiple photocopies of most

of your paperwork. This can be a bit of a daunting

task for those foreign residents who have just

moved (or are considering a move) to Spain.

Difficulties with the language, as well as confusion

as to where to go and which documents to

produce can render the process harder than it

need really be.

Specially trained gestors and lawyers can help

you with your Spanish paperwork issues, and

many speak your language or even share your

nationality, regardless of whether you are British,

Scandinavian, Dutch, French-speaking, German

or from Eastern Europe. They know the Spanish

system inside out, and many provide guidelines

that will you understand the process better and

avoid unnecessary fines and penalties that many

people incur due to misinformation or ignorance.

A good gestor or law firm has many years’ of

experience in this line of work, and can outline

the process clearly in a step-by-step way,

answering the most frequently asked questions

and helping you obtain, complete and submit

the required forms and documentation. There’s

no reason to suffer through the process alone; let

the professionals help you make getting Spanish

residency a quick and easy task.

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JÁVEA GOLF

Jávea is perhaps better known for its

beaches, its marina and its water sports,

not to mention some of the best hiking

trails in eastern Spain, but it is also the home

of the Club de Golf Jávea, a fine 18-hole

course with a longstanding tradition in the

gentleman’s game.

Founded in 1981 and designed by

Francisco Moreno the par 72 course extends

across a parkland landscape set between

private villas and wooded groves, with

views of Jávea’s iconic mountain ranges all

around. Elegantly styled and ever so gently

undulating, this course offers well-designed

bunkers and water features for a game that is

challenging but also suitable to beginners.

Like the golf course itself, the club’s other

facilities are well maintained and kept

fully up to date. Most important of these is

the attractive clubhouse, refurbished and

overlooking the course, countryside and the

Montgó Mountain. Inside, it houses the club’s

offices, as well as changing rooms, a pro

shop, club meeting room, restaurant, bar and

a cafeteria with scenic terrace.

Popular with local residents and visiting

players, Jávea Golf Club is a real golfer’s

club with a friendly and informal atmosphere.

The restaurant offers traditional Spanish fare

throughout the day and evening, while

the club’s cafeteria provides light snack

alternatives and an opportunity to drink in the

sun on its large terrace.

Like the real sports club it is, Club de Golf

Jávea also has a practice range and putting

green as well as featuring tennis courts and

a swimming pool to ensure that this is very

much a venue for the entire family. Golfers

and tennis players alike can join coaching

sessions or book individual classes with the

resident pros, who also shine during the

annual tournaments and charity drives that

further underline the club’s contribution to

local community life.

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LA FINCA GOLF RESORT

La Finca golf course was established in 2002 with a top

quality golf course and hotel resort. The golf course was

designed by the famous Spanish designer Pepe Gancedo

who was also a keen golf amateur player in Spain. The course

is laid out with wide generous fairways that offer amazing and

somewhat spectacular greens that add to the experience

every golfer desires. The greens are completely different from

each other, a variety of shapes, some of them being famous

such as the seventh hole, it is a square shape with large

dimensions that resembles an English bowls green. Also at

the fourteenth hole, which is deep and round, well known to

players as the Chinese wok. The picturesque views all around

this course are added together making a host of delightful

characteristics at La Finca golf course and are why it has

become so popular over the last nine years and is regarded

as one of the best golf courses in Spain.

La Finca golf course has also been the chosen venue

of a number of prestigious tournaments since its opening,

the Junior European Championship and the Spanish Junior

Championship as well as the finals of the Audi Class and Audi

Quattro circuits, for amateur golfers. At a professional level, La

Finca golf course has hosted the qualifying for the EPD Tour as

well as the Valencian Community professional circuit.

As one would expect the course other amenities making an

all round easy choice as the perfect place for your round of

golf, the resort offers buggies and club hire, the golf academy

at La Finca Resort is the ideal place to improve your game

and discover the best golfing techniques.

The professional teaching staff will help you learn and

improve your overall standard whilst gaining new golfing

skills. The golf pros are Víctor Andreu who is a recognised

professional golfer. He has served on the national golf team

for over ten years, has a pro license granted by the Royal

Spanish Federation and is member of the Spanish PGA with

title of Master. Victor also runs the children academy in La

Finca golf club, teaching students and golf lovers as well as

some other professionals.

The prestigious international award The World Travel Awards

was given to La Finca Golf Resort for the second year running

an amazing achievement to win two consecutive years as

the accolade of Spain’s best Golf Hotel in the World Gold

Awards.

The development at La Finca Resort was renovated in

2019 together with its group that offers three courses Las

Ramblas and Villamartin. Undertaking extensive building

works that included greens being re-built as well as bunker

enhancements. The extremely popular restaurants also were

refurbished providing high quality dining for both golfers and

visitors’ to the area. The Club House Terraza is the perfect

place to have a rest and build up the energy required after

having had a round of golf is at La Finca golf resort. The

restaurant offers a snack menu allowing you to enjoy a quick

bite as well as to enjoy the stunning views of the golf course.

The property developments around the resort have also

seen significant investment making the area of La Finca

one of the top property destinations in Costa Blanca. Golf

enthusiasts as well as those who want to live In Spain. The

village of Algorfa has many property developments with

a range of modern Spanish villa styles as well as compact

apartments that lend themselves to ideal holiday homes.

For anyone who are looking for a property in Spain and that

wants to live in a modern style development ideally situated

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close to the beach, a shopping centre that

has amazing country side appeal with the

mountain ranges of Costa Blanca then La

Finca resort in Algorfa Alicante is certainly

worth looking at.

120 modern rooms where luxury,

comfort, style and design are the common

denominators — to make your stay simply

perfect.

Everything you need for a luxury stay -

FACILITIES:

• Free outdoor car park

• Covered car park with cctv security (check rates)

• Outdoor swimming pool and jacuzzi

• Balinese beds and sun beds in the pool area

• Several lounges and meeting rooms for all types of

functions and events

• Tennis courts and paddle-tennis courts, with free loan

of sports equipment (subject to availability)

• Gymnasium

SERVICES:

• 24-hour Reception

• Room service (check schedule)

• Guest Service Centre

• Free Wi-Fi

• Free shuttle service (check terms and conditions,

timetables and availability with Reception).

• Free loan of bicycles (subject to availability)

• Laundry service

• Airport transport service at special prices (booking in

advance with the Guest Service Centre required).

FIND YOUR PERFECT HOME WITH US -

multilingual property experts for 25 years on the Costa

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COSTA

Elche

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Guardamar

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NORTH

The Costa Blanca lies within the Valencian “autonomous community” - a

Spanish region a little like a state - of which Valencia city is the capital.

Meaning “White Coast” in Spanish, the Costa Blanca runs some 150

miles (240km) along the Mediterranean Sea between the towns of Denia

and Pilar de la Horadada, all within the province of Alicante.

Its largest tourist destinations are Denia, Javea, Calpe, Altea, Benidorm

and Alicante. From Valencia city it takes about 1 hour and 15 minutes

to drive south to Denia, where the Costa Blanca begins. Most the drive

is along excellent toll motorway. The origins of the name Costa Blanca

are unclear and, although it is a Spanish name, it is not frequently used

by locals, many of whom speak Valencian language as well as Spanish.

Some argue the name is a reference to the area’s white sand beaches

and white-washed buildings, but others suggest it was simply invented by

British tourism companies and airlines in the 1950s, when package tourism

to Spain started to boom and marketing names were given to many parts

of country’s coastline.

The local tourism authority says “unforgettable beaches and coves,

beautiful coastal mountain ranges and infallible sun make the Costa

Blanca a paradise all year round” and you’ll find many fantastic things to

do in the Costa Blanca, including the boat trips in Benidorm, Denia, Javea,

Calpe and Altea that we offer below.

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DISCOVERING

JÁVEA

Perhaps better known as a stylishly relaxed

Mediterranean resort destination on Spain’s eastern

seaboard, the little town of Jávea is at heart a classic

Spanish country town overlooking a landscape of cliffs wealthy merchant class whose elegant Baroque style

enveloping a bright blue bay and mountains surrounding country estates and town houses add lustre to the rural

a deep green valley.

cottages and tightly packed homes of the area.

In reality the municipal area of Jávea is divided into

three distinct parts. Most familiar to outside visitors is the

coastal resort, tucked into a corner of a large bay. Here,

luxurious apartments surround a coastal village that looks

out at a fishing harbour and marina that eventually gives

way to the resort hotels that dot the long sandy beaches

of El Arenal. At the far end of this the coast rises to the

spectacular cliffs that mark the Cap de la Nao area. It

is here, within the pine-covered slopes overlooking the

bays and coves, that a collection of luxurious residential

area provides a privileged setting for a lifestyle that has

been drawing people for many decades now.

At the heart of it all, though, is the historic town of

Jávea – the original country village that grew into a

prosperous town thanks to its position dominating a large

and fertile valley. Largely level, this agricultural area

stretches for kilometres inland, and has long formed the

basis for wealth in the area, producing a range of export

products that has included olive oil, raisins and oranges.

Famous throughout Europe for these products, the region

also benefitted from the bounty of the sea, creating a

The epicentre of the old town is the Church of Sant

Bartomeu, an imposing structure that originally dates

back to early medieval times. Like most of the historic

quarter it is built mainly from local Tosca stone hewn

for centuries from the coastal cliffs, and still bears the

pockmarks of warfare sustained during the civil war.

Today, however, the only invaders are the small groups of

tourists drinking in the sights or relaxing in a quaint square

as village life goes on around them. This is a town of

cobbled streets, picturesque archways, historic buildings

that reveal bewildering layers of successive cultures, and

above all a mesmerising ambience.

Get a glimpse of what life was like here not so very

long ago at the Museo Soler Blasco, set within the

Palace of Antoni Banyuls, experience the lively and

quintessentially Mediterranean atmosphere of the

municipal market – or simply wander through peaceful

cobbled backstreets and lively squares, eventually

finding your way to one of the many quaint cafés and

restaurants – and you will get an idea of what a true

Spanish country town is all about.

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Altea

Situated in the popular area of Sierra Altea on a large plot

with south-west orientation, and wonderful panoramic views

across the Altea basin towards the mountains and sea.

This stunning villa boasts 2464 square feet of bright living

space, with impressive double height entrance lobby, and

superb principal bedroom suite with internal garden.

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Propiedad de elegante diseño y a solo 8 minutos de la

playa. Disfrute de las vistas panorámicas al mar, el Parque

Natural del Montgó y el valle en esta propiedad bien

equipada.

Ubicada en la urbanización de Monte Olimpo Residencial,

esta exquisita parcela de 1000 metros ofrece un amplio

espacio para la villa de 220 m2. Disfrute de su vida

dentro y fuera en esta propiedad amplia y luminosa de 4

dormitorios y 5 baños. La villa se completa con una cocina

totalmente equipada, sala de estar y comedor de concepto

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Elegantly designed and just 8 minutes from the beach, this

spectacular modern villa awaits. Enjoy panoramic views

to the sea, mountains and valley on this well-appointed

property.

Located within the urbanization of Monte Olimpo Residencial

this exquisite 1000 meter parcel provides ample space for

the 220 sm villa. Enjoy your life indoors and out with this

this bright and spacious 4 bedroom 5 bathroom property.

With every detail considered this house is complete with

a fully equipped kitchen, open concept living and dining,

surrounded by an expansive terrace, chillout area and

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Premium quality construction and exclusive finishes make

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a Jávea

champion

Think of Spanish tennis and the name Nadal

immediately comes to mind. Of course, Rafa

Nadal is a great champion and probably the best

representative the country has had in the sport, but

extend your horizon beyond this modern sporting icon

and you will see that Spain has produced a very good

proportion of the world’s top players, both past and

present.

Among them, and very much in the present, is David

Ferrer. Currently ranked 6th in the world – the highest

ranked Spaniard after Nadal – Ferrer hails from the

pretty coastal town of Jávea, which also gave birth

to Rimontgó. “We share a hometown,” says Antonio

Ribes Bas of Rimontgó, “so naturally everybody here

is enormously proud of young David.” An icon in

this, his home ground, David Ferrer has become an

international sporting figure and very much a source of

national pride in Spain.

He showed great talent and a passion for the game at

a young age, moving to up along the coast to Gandia

age 13 and on to Barcelona at 15 to attend Juan Carlos

Ferrero’s academy. His coach, Javier Piles, was tough

on the young prospect, yet when Ferrer felt he’d had

enough of the sportsman’s regime in 1999 and left to

work on a construction site, he was back and asking for

more ‘tennis punishment’ before the week was out.

The following year, aged 18, he turned pro and has

never looked back since. Amassed over $10 million

dollars in prize money and a total of 11 career titles so

far, David Ferrer peaked in 2008 when he reached 4th

in the ATP rankings. Who knows if he can better that; at

29 the Spaniard still has a lot of good years in him and

the possibility of progressing beyond the semi-finals of

a grand slam tournament and claiming first grand slam

title is still very much alive.

NINJA RETURNS

Known as a clay court specialist, David Ferrer is a classic

style player lacking some of the hard-serve, hard-shot

characteristics of some of his contemporaries. Instead

he depends upon his mobility and ability to return almost

everything thrown at him, and do it accurately. It is this

drive to not be beaten that has earned him accolades

from some of the best players in the game, and indeed,

according to Roger Federer it is not new Wimbledon

champion Novak Djokovic but David Ferrer that is the

best returner of the ball in modern tennis. Not bad for a

boy from Jávea.

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BLANCA

COSTA

Elche

Rojales

Orihuela

Villa Martin

Alicante

Santa Pola

Guardamar

de Segura

Torrevieja

Denia

Javea

Benissa Moraira

Altea Calpe

Albir

Benidorm

Villa Joyosa

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SOUTH

The South Costa Blanca begins beneath the city of Alicante. This coast is much drier

and flatter than Northern part of the Costa Blanca. The southern part of the Costa

Blanca is flatter and is has the beautiful large sandy beaches. South Costa Blanca

is also well-known for its good golf courses . Most of the best golf courses are situated

around Orihuela.

This part of the region of Valencia and a small part of Murcia is much drier with very

beautiful sandy beaches. The vegetation consists of palm trees, orange trees and lemon

trees. The south Costa Blanca is also more typical “Spanish”. The coastline of the South

Costa Blanca is flat with salt lakes and even mud lakes.

The touristic regions can be found in Torrevieja, Cabo Roig, Villa Martin, La Zenia,

Campoamor. Mil Palmeras. The Spanish tourist can be found in Lo Pogan, Pilar de la

Hordada, Santiago de Ribera. All villages nearby the Mar Menor.

Alicante is the gateway for most people who arrive in Alicante airport. Starting from

Alicante airport people take the road to North Costa Blanca towards Benidorm, Altea,

Valencia….. or South towards Orihuela and Torrevieja…. or West towards Castilla La

Mancha. The region of Castilla La Mancha (towards Madrid) is the region of many old

towns and castles. It is the region of the legend of Don Quixote from Cervantes. The

important cities are Albacete, Ciudad Real, Cuenca, Guadalajara and Toledo.

In the South of Alicante, Santa Pola is located with endless sandy white beaches. Santa

Pola is an old harbor where you can take the boot to the island of Tabarca. South to Santa

Pola is the first salt lake of Santa Pola , the Salinas de Santa Pola. Slightly further away

there are many coastal resorts like: La Marina, La Escuara, Bonavista, Las Oesqueras, the

village of Guardamar del Segura, Portic Playa, El Moncaio, Portic Medeterani, Pinomar,

and nearby Torrevieja La Mata.

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FIRE PITS and BARBECUES:

add spice to your garden

Thinking of gardens we naturally picture lawns,

shrubs, trees and flowerbeds. Next come

images of terraces, pergolas, stone pavements,

planters, lights, irrigation systems, outdoor furniture

and entertainment facilities such as swimming pools.

In Marbella, many luxurious villas and apartment

complexes also feature tennis and paddle courts within

their grounds, as well as poolside cabana bars with

showers, toilets, changing rooms and also covered

dining areas featuring bars and even outdoor kitchens.

The sky is the limit really for an area that has gained

greatly in attention and stature over the past decade

or two, as terraces and gardens have become the

outdoor lifestyle areas of note – especially in areas

such as the Costa del Sol, where the climate makes

it possible to spend so much of the year outdoors

relaxing, entertaining and also dining in the open air.

Seating and dining arrangements have therefore

blossomed into comfortable, stylish chill-out zones with

their own bars, barbecue areas and that great new

addition, the fire pit.

FIRE PITS

Like barbecues, fire pits come in many different shapes,

forms and sizes, but the general idea is to provide

a warm, cosy space around which to gather in the

evenings and extend the use of your outdoor areas

further around the year. Even in summer the evenings

can sometimes be a bit cool, especially if you live near

the sea. But fire pits are not only warm and practical;

they’re also an attractive focal point around which to

gather, socialise, dine or simply roast marshmallows in

time-honoured tradition.

There are many different options when it comes to

materials, sizes, functionality and budget, using more

traditional stone or cast iron, or indeed very modern

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oil drum designs or sleek gas-fired versions

not unlike modern fireplaces. The colour tone

can range from black or earthy shades to light

or green marble; the shapes from round or square to

angular, and they can be raised or even sunk, working

on wood, gas, kerosene, chippings or any of a variety

of other options. Key thing is that a fire pit adds to the

elegance and cosiness of your garden.

OUTDOOR COOKING

The barbecue is perhaps more familiar to most, but it

too varies greatly in size, form and cost. They can come

in the form of steel, aluminium – in which case they’re

often mobile or fitted into modern outdoor kitchens –

or are built out of bricks, complete with a functional

chimney. The latter kind is usually wood-burning, though

coal briquettes are sometimes also used in these and

the more high-tech versions. The latter, however, tend

to be attached to a gas bottle, and today the range of

functionalities available makes these amazing machines

outdoor gastronomic marvels.

Indeed, get a good barbecue along with a cosy fire

pit and al fresco lounge and dining area, and you

may not see much of your kitchen throughout the long

Marbella summer. Contact us for lots of expert advice

and creative ideas on how to incorporate these and

many more fantastic ideas into making your garden the

ultimate lifestyle space.

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CALIDA

COSTA

T

he Costa Calida is an about 250 km long coastline

in the region of Murcia. The name, which means

“warm coast”, comes from the warm water

temperatures which are here on average five degrees

higher than in the surrounding Mediterranean. The

reason for this is the coast’s protected location in the

Gulf of Mazarron, a wide gulf which reaches from

the cape of Palos (Murcia) to the cape Cabo de

Gata in Almeria. The cold currents from the Atlantic

Ocean which flow through the Strait of Gibraltar into

the Mediterranean simply pass ahead of the Gulf

of Mazarron. In a bay exact-ly in the centre of the

Gulf there is the town of Mazarron with its beautiful

beaches. South of it we find the largest salt water

lagoon in all Europe, El Mar Menor (“the smaller

sea”). It is separated from the Mediterranean by a

22 km long sandy promontory, La Manga del Mar

Menor. With its crystalline and warm water the Costa

Calida is an ideal location for beach holidays. At the

coastline wide sandy beaches alternate with small

bays and steep coasts. At the Costa Calida there are

also perfect conditions for all types of water sports,

including wind surfing, sailing, water-ski and diving.

Thanks to the particular micro-climate, the yearly

average temperature is 18 degrees Celsius, there lots

of sunshine and very little precipitates, the total rainfall

being below 340 millimetres. So, the Costa Calida is

a recommendable holiday destination all the year

round.

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San Javier

Murcia

Santiago de

la Ribera

La Manga

La Azohia

Cartegena

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Aguilas

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COSTA CALIDA

A journey

around

COSTA CALIDA

If you are thinking about moving to Spain then the

Costa Calida Could be the right place for you,

this article will help you with taking you on a short

journey to Costa Calida Spain.

South along the Spanish coast from the Costa Blanca

Spain you will come down to the Costa Cálida in

Murcia.

A 250km stretch along the Mediterranean coast from El

Mojón next to La Torre de la Horadada, on the northern

extremity, and to Águilas in the south with it’s perfect

white sands framed by cliffs and crystal clear waters.

The climate of Costa Calida promises to create a

perfect environment all year around and will make you

want to stay forever.

The coastline to the north includes the Mar Menor a salt

water lagoon the biggest in Europe, this is separated

from the sea with 22 kms of land that holds most of the

well known La Manga resort.

Even if you’re not familiar with Costa Calida Spain, or

Murcia Region, you’ve probably heard of La Manga’s

famous PGA championship golf courses. Among

the other area’s Golf courses are El Valle, host to the

European Seniors Tour in 2011, while Hacienda del

Alamo is Spain’s longest course. If you’re a scuba

diving fan, you’ll find one of Spain’s best sites at La

Manga’s Cabo de Palos, its coral reefs and submerged

shipwrecks within a designated Integral Marine Reserve.

San Pedro del Pinatar is popular with tourists visiting Costa

Cálida and you’ll be spoilt for choice of water-based

activities. The Regional Park, a desirable residence

for nesting migratory birds and in addition its mud is

recommended for treating bone and skin complaints!

The pretty fishing village of San Javier has four kilometres

of fine sand, backed by a promenade of palm trees.

Residents of the Costa Calida have Spain’s love of

celebrations to thank for two July events, the fiesta del

Virgen del Carmen (patron saint of sailors) and a jazz

festival.

For more water sports, head for Los Alcázares on the

edge of the Mar Menor. Popular for windsurfing, sailing

and kayaking at the marine centre, then recover in the

sea, which is famed for its therapeutic properties.

Culture and heritage is close by at the ancient city of

Cartagena, an important naval base and cruise ship

stop-off. Roman, Phoenician, Byzantine and Moorish

civilisations have all left their mark, and if you want

something more recent, Art Nouveau is well represented.

The city of Mazarrón is blessed with a bay sheltered

by the foothills of the Sierra de la Almenara, an area

for mining since Carthaginian times. Look out for the

Torre de los Caballos, constructed to protect against

pirates in the sixteenth century, and then progress to the

twentieth for buildings in the Murcia Modernism style.

The port city of Águilas has been a Roman fishing town,

an exit point for the region’s produce, and a significant

mining area. Browse its market and find time for the

sixteenth-century fortress, railway monument and

distinctive black and white lighthouse, guiding sailors

since the mid-nineteenth century. Águilas holds its

famous carnival the largest in Murcia.

With so much to offer to property buyers in Spain that

are searching for both value for money and a perfect

setting along the coast Costa Calida it is evident that

more and more Spanish homes are being sold to foreign

buyers to retire and also for families who want to live in

Spain. New properties are being developed in many

areas as there is plenty of space

and cheaper land. Modern villas are being sold for

much less than other areas further South in the Costa

Del Sol. Holiday homes, beach front apartments as

well as developed urbanization’s where a community

presence is often the key to interaction and making

new friends.

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ALMERIA

COSTA

In the southern part of the peninsula, the Almería Coast extends

along the Mediterranean Sea. Its landscape is very unusual:

some areas are desert-like while greenhouse crops flourish

in others. It is also mountainous, with rocky beaches or dunes,

affording a wide range of leisure options to enjoy.

Its towns and cities still bear the traces of ancient civilisations,

such as the El Argar and Los Millares cultures, with a wealth of

ancient buildings, such as the Alcazaba citadel in the city of

Almería and the watchtowers and castles along the coast, a

sign of this area’s historical importance. The most modern cities

are located at the end of the coast and beckon tourists to

enjoy the climate, sea and beaches, with resorts that make the

Almería Coast the perfect place for a holiday.

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Almeria

Aguadulce Retamar

Belerma Cabo de

Adra

Gata

Almerimar

Villaricos

Vera

Garrucha

Mojacar

Agua Amarga

Las Negras

San Jose

Heading west, before reaching Aguadulce, the coastline

becomes rugged, with harsh cliffs. After this point, a flat area

begins, with a succession of rapidly expanding tourist centres,

such as Roquetas de Mar with its broad beaches and excellent

hotel facilities. All along the coast, there are tourist areas offering

a variety of sports, such as golf, tennis, sailing, windsurfing, etc.

Beautiful Almerimar is a fine example. One captivating beach

follows another—Guardias Viejas, Balerma and Balanegra are

a few—all the way to Adra, a town dating from the Phoenician

era that reached the height of its splendour during Roman times.

This coast’s nature areas are also beyond compare. The Cabo

de Gata-Nijar Nature Reserve is a paradisiacal spot with pristine,

secluded beaches where you can enjoy the clean waters, ideal

for sports like scuba diving, sailing and windsurfing. The sight of

its high cliffs being struck by roaring waves is are-inspiring.

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COSTA ALMERIA

ALMERÍA 285.000€

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ORIA 169.995€

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DEL SOL

COSTA

Without doubt the Costa del Sol is one of the most

popular tourist destinations in the world. Stretching

from Almeria to Tarifa, it caters for all tastes, ages

and nationalities; with such a wide range of facilities and

attractions, there is something for everyone to enjoy.

Miles of sandy beaches, fantastic all year round warm

climate and modern facilities keep tourists flocking back

year after year to resorts such as Torremolinos, Benalmadena,

Fuengirola, Marbella and Estepona.

East of Malaga is less popular than west, but no less appealing,

from Rincon de la Victoria, Torre del Mar and Velez Malaga,

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Malaga

Nerja

Marbella Mijas

Torrox

Torremolinos

Benalmadena

San Pedro Fuengirola

de Alcantara

Estepona

Gibraltar

to Nerja; the area combines beautiful coastline, with whitewashed

villages and some of the most spectacular inland

scenery of the Axarquía.

History & Culture

The area’s history dates back to the Phoenicians and has

since been inhabited by Greeks, Romans and Moors, all of

whom have left their mark on the architecture and culture

of the region. The Costa del Sol is as much steeped in

culture as any other region of Andalucia; from Picasso, to

bullfighting, flamenco to the colourful ferias, the region has

an immense cultural offering.

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Why do people love to

RETIRE IN MARBELLA?

The most obvious answer that comes to mind is

the benevolent climate, which makes outdoor

living and exercise possible for most of the year,

but to this you can also add the uplifting effect of

wonderful natural scenery and inspiring views. The

latter are usually a combination of mountain, golf,

coastal and sea views, There is always a golf course

of tennis club nearby, as popular as a social spot

as for sport, and for those who enjoy exercise of a

different kind, the Marbella area also offers a great

many cycling, hiking, mountain biking and coastal

pathways – always accompanied by grand views.

drink, meeting for dinner with friends or planning an

excursion into the surrounding countryside.

A HEALTHY PLACE TO LIVE

The easy-going way of life and sunny climate are

accompanied by a healthy Mediterranean diet

made up of fresh fish, vegetables and lots of local

fruit. Often prepared with olive oil, known to be one

of the healthiest options, it is light, delicious and suited

QUALITY OF LIFE

An active life, combined with a stress-free

environment, is the ideal mix, and Marbella makes

both possible, with a lively, cosmopolitan social

scene, lots of leisure and entertainment options and

also cultural diversions in the surrounding cities and

country areas. All of this, combined with a gentle

pace of life, adds up to a stress-free environment

where life really is what you make it. Marbella is the

ultimate place for romantic walks by the beach,

watching the sun set behind Gibraltar as you enjoy a

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to the season. Marbella has a fantastic choice of

dining options and international cuisines, but local

food is still a great choice, especially for the healthconscious,

and there is a growing trend towards

organic, natural and vegetarian or vegan venues

too, as well as farmer’s markets.

FIRST-CLASS FACILITIES

Medical care is also well taken care of in Marbella,

from the more than adequate free state health

system to a broad range of private clinics and

retreats. Many also join yoga or Pilatus classes, and

since this is a friendly, safe area with good security

facilities, peace of mind in a beautiful setting is the

ultimate way of life that Marbella has to offer – at

little more than two hours from most European

capitals.

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SAN PEDRO DE ALCÁNTARA 2.385.000€

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Calle Princesa 2

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Torre del Mar

Málaga (Spain)

COLMENAR 149.900€

COMARES 150.000€

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Front row seat at

The Edge

Some locations are so amazing you wonder how someone got hold

of it. The Edge is situated in just such a spot; a perfect frontline

beach location surrounded by greenery and sandy beaches on

the west side of Estepona. Close by are a marina, two golf courses,

shops, schools, restaurants and even a horse riding centre, but your

gaze will mostly be fixed out to sea from the modern apartments,

penthouses and also beach villas being created here.

Designed by renowned Spanish architect Rafael de la-Hoz, who

has been responsible for prestigious projects within Spain and

internationally, The Edge is a luxurious frontline beach project situated

footsteps away from the Mediterranean Sea and the scenic coastal

pathway that leads towards Sabinillas in one direction, and the marina

and broad beachfront of Estepona in the other – with Marbella just 20

minutes away.

A BEACHSIDE OASIS

The views from this private, gated development are beyond

comparison, offering panoramic 180-degree vistas across the sea and

along the shoreline to Gibraltar and North Africa. The complex is set

within elegantly landscaped greenery, complete with large swimming

pool, sunbathing decks and cooling water features, as well as a wellappointed

gym and indoor heated swimming pool with spa facilities.

The 2, 3 and 4 bedroom apartments and penthouses sport sleek

contemporary architectural styling with sensual rounded forms that

also create a nautical feel on the panoramic decks, which extend the

open-plan living room and modern kitchen outwards. In addition, The

Edge also features four beach villas that offer a unique opportunity

to own a luxurious sea-fronting property set right on the beach while

enjoying the amenities and services of an exclusive gated community.

Set in an upcoming beachside residential area on the Costa del

Sol’s New Golden Mile, The Edge is one of the most exclusive new

developments in the region – boasting a setting that few can equal, let

alone better.

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REAL DE LA QUINTA –

Marbella’s lakeside country club

Compared to the larger, master-planned resorts,

development in Marbella has always been

somewhat ‘bitsy’ – made up of a mosaic of

independent projects which, urbanisation by urbanisation,

have built a town. Though the overall effect is attractive,

it reflects a form of development that is often modelled

around groups of investors acquiring relatively small

parcels of land to develop alongside similar new or

existing urbanisations. The potential level of involvement is

limited by the scope of the project, which mostly involves

simply building and selling residential and resort real

estate. For the funds and professional developers involved

it is therefore in essence a purely commercial exercise with

limited opportunity for deeper personal involvement and

long-term presence.

THE LUXURY OF A MASTER-PLANNED PROJECT

“Compared to this we’re in a very privileged position,”

says Borja Pascual, CEO of La Quinta Grupo Inmobiliario,

which has long owned significant tracts of land in the hills

above San Pedro Alcántara. “It means that not only do

we have the scale to create a true resort and residential

community, rather than just individual urbanisations, but

can do it with a true sense of commitment, following a

clear vision and concept that translates into a master plan

into which all the different elements are harmonised and

coordinated. What’s more, we don’t just build and leave,

but have on-going relationship with our projects in the

form of continued service provision.”

This is what the company has been doing for 30

years now in La Quinta, where its presence and daily

involvement has continued long after the last phases were

developed and sold. “It’s a different kind of development

altogether, with a level of commitment that prescribes

not only a high level of dedication to your clients, but

also the desire to ensure that what you offer is truly

satisfactory.” Indeed, it would be hard for Borja and his

team to hide if things went wrong, so they are particularly

focused on producing quality in both product and

subsequent service. “We have a longer-term approach

that is business-oriented but less out-and-out commercial

than many developers exactly because we create

communities, not just single projects.”

CREATING SOMETHING SPECIAL

This is one of the reasons why the La Quinta group

develops its projects autonomously. Borja points out that

it would have been easier, in the short-term also more

profitable, to have simply parcelled up the land and sold it

as individual plots to private buyers and larger sections to

developers. “But then we’d miss the opportunity to create

something truly special here, and that is what we want

to do at Real de La Quinta – produce a fantastic living

environment that we can all be truly proud of and which

adds value to Marbella as a whole.”

The setting of Real de La Quinta in a broad, green

valley with flowing sea and mountain views is truly

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Situated within a green valley just ten minutes from

Marbella, Real de La Quinta builds upon a very solid concept

of development as it ‘takes the beach to the hills’ to create a

very new kind of residential community.

Images courtesy of

La Quinta Grupo Inmobiliario

imposing, providing an ideal country club environment at

a short distance from Marbella. “The site offers fantastic

opportunities to produce something of rare quality, so

we wanted to do it justice and have therefore not rushed

ahead and built a batch of apartments or villas but have

really studied the possibilities in detail.” In the process it has

evolved and grown, not in scale as much as in concept,

and become a project with highly distinctive features.

“The starting point and indeed focal point of many a

Costa del Sol property development has traditionally

been a golf course, and indeed, we felt Real de La Quinta

needed its own course, but the main focus has become

something quite different yet entirely complementary to

it.”

BRINGING THE SEA TO THE HILLS

The focal point of life at Real de La Quinta will be a

large manmade lake that will act as a true lifestyle feature

surrounded by the golf course that in itself frames views

down to the sea. “In a way we’re ‘bringing the sea to

the hills’ because the lake will have its own beach area

and offer non-motorised water sports such as rowing,

kayaking and windsurfing.” Also bordering the lake, whose

perimeter is traced by a scenic pathway that also crosses

an island, are a lakeside country club with an infinity edge

pool and poolside waiter service, and a racquet club

offering tennis and padel. Holding all of this in its embrace,

the golf course will feature a clubhouse, driving range,

academy and two six-hole sections that make flexible

rounds of six, twelve and eighteen holes possible.

The above forms part of the initial phase of Real de

La Quinta, which also sees the construction of the Los

Olivos apartments and penthouses in two locations close

to the course and lake, and numbering 120 and 60 units

respectively. The development phases have consciously

been designed to flow uphill to reduce any visual impact

on existing owners, and the second stage will see villas

built on the eastside of the lake and course, with a 50-

room boutique hotel and wellness centre surrounded by

a Mediterranean style ‘village’ of apartments, shops and

cafes forming a social hub and nucleus of services for the

resort.

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The commitment to the detail is certainly there, as well

as the willingness to invest in know-how and quality, as the

La Quinta group searched for noted specialists in the field

and found it in DTJ, an American firm that is a world leader

in creating resort master plans, with particular expertise

in developing lakes of this kind. “It is a company with a

worldwide pedigree, so in bringing this level of international

substance to Marbella we’ve created truly professional

foundations for the project that also incorporates a far

greater dedication to sustainable development than is

currently required by regulations.” This commitment to

‘green development’ is pretty advanced by Marbella

standards and is regarded as one of Real de La Quinta’s

greatest assets.

BREEAM-CERTIFIED PROPERTY DEVELOPMENT

BREEAM, which stands for the ‘Building Research

Establishment Environmental Assessment Method’ – the

leading international benchmark for the assessment

and regulation of sustainability in construction – provides

certification levels that are increasingly sought after around

the world. Many, however, fail to meet the requirements that

range through five qualitative levels from strict to extremely

demanding. To qualify for Level 5, for example, a building

has to effectively be energy and resource neutral, which

means being capable of meeting its own water needs

without external supply and providing full electricity-free

lighting throughout the structure – including stairwells and

underground areas.

“In a drier area like this it is a tall order, but we’re extremely

proud that Real de La Quinta’s design has achieved

BREAAM certification at level 3, making it the first resort of

its kind in Europe to do so,” says Borja. “The process will be

monitored and finally adjudicated once everything is up and

running, and it is fair to say that we have gone far beyond

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legal requirements to shape the design and configuration

of Real de La Quinta around the desire of making this a

sustainable project – from the natural materials used and

the natural energy and light created to architectural design

that blends into the environment, landscaped gardens

using beautiful but also water-efficient indigenous flora, the

maintenance of ecological corridors and far more.”

MODERN HOMES BUILT TO LIVE IN

The master planners and architects have had to assimilate

all of this in their designs, and for this La Quinta brought

together the best of international technical know-how

and local creative design, selecting Gonzalez & Jacobsen

to produce the architectural styling of the Los Olivos

apartments. The latter will consist of two and three-bedroom

apartments and penthouses, with also a select number of

four-bedroom deluxe apartments. “We’ve avoided cold,

linear geometry in favour of an architecture style that is

modern and refined yet also human and complementary to

the surrounding scenery,” says Borja. “Modern materials and

tones are in this way softened with natural elements and a

more varied design that also adds character and privacy to

the homes.”

Around 20 per cent larger than the norm for apartments in

this price bracket, the two-bedroom apartments will feature

upwards of 116m2 of interior space with generous terraces

while the three-bedroom properties will start at 140m2 and

large terraces, with the penthouses naturally bigger still. “The

qualities and amenities are top-end, and early buyers will be

able to personalise and upgrade their spec, but above all,

the real luxury that Real de La Quinta offers is a concept built

around a very special living environment. One that combines

fantastic views and close proximity to Marbella in a beautiful

natural setting bordered by protected natural reserves. This,

we believe, is the true source of wellbeing.”

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ISLANDS

BALEARIC

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This is one of the most popular destinations

in the western Mediterranean, and you’ll

soon find out why. You’ll find enchanting

coves, gorgeous sunsets and lush natural

landscapes. You can enjoy the islands any

way you want: relaxing in an atmosphere of

well deserved peace and quiet, or partying

until all hours as you enjoy the islands’ wild

nightlife.

These are places where you wander

through the streets of fishing villages,

discover outstanding natural landscapes or

enjoy a range of water sports. Minorca and

Formentera, two small corners of paradise in

the Mediterranean, are absolute havens of

tranquillity. Majorca and Ibiza are the two

IBIZA

Andratx

largest islands.

Pollenca

Palma

San

Antonio

Santa Eulária

des Ríu

Ibiza

City

Inca

FORMENTERA

Alcudia

Cala d’Or

Ciutadella

Cala Ratjada

MALLORCA

The main attractions in Majorca include

its capital, Palma, the Cabrera National

Park and the mountains of the Sierra de

Tramontana. Ibiza, meanwhile, has been

declared a World Heritage site by the

UNESCO for its rich biodiversity and cultural

attractions, which include the Phoenician

archaeological site of Sa Caleta, the

necropolis of Puig des Molins and the historic

centre of Eivissa. What’s more, the island of

Ibiza is known to partygoers all over the world

for its exhilarating nightlife, where the beat

of the music can be heard all night long.

You can drink the local wine, whilst enjoy

watching the sun sinks into the Atlantic.

Maó

MENORCA


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CALA VINYES 12.000.000€

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