Under construction
  • 4Beds
  • 4Baths
  • 370Sq ft
From €1.990.000


This development of modern villas finds itself ensconced on the western side of Rio Real, just east of Marbella town, in a peaceful residential area dominated by gentle olive and pine-clad slopes, beaches, dunes and sea views.The location has the distinction of being h...
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Marbella enjoys a subtropical Mediterranean climate with warm summers, mild winters, and the temperature very rarely drops below 5°C/41°F. The annual average low and high temperature usually ranges from 8°C/47°F to 28°C/84°F. The city enjoys about 320 days of annual sunshine.

While the summer months are the best to get the ideal tan at the beaches or engage in water sports, the winters are also ideal for exploring outdoor eateries where it is often comfortable to be out in the sun.


Marbella is a big and culturally diverse town with a population of over 140,000 inhabitants, of which around 35,000 are officially registered foreign citizens, indicating that 25% of the population consists of expatriates, mainly British, French, Belgians, Dutch, and Scandinavians.


The economic sector in Marbella revolves around tertiary activities. 60% of employment opportunities are provided by the service sector, and another 20% by trade. Business services, real estate, and hospitality are the mainstays of the service sector. Construction, industry, and agriculture are the other notable sectors that provide employment.


The city boasts 27 kilometers of coastline that are home to as many as 24 golden sands and gravel beaches. San Pedro Alcántara and Puerto Banús are the world-famous, Blue Flag beaches in town. La Fontanilla, Venus, and Artola are the other popular beaches.

Educational Institutes

The Spanish schooling system comprises public, private, and international schools, the latter follow a bilingual education system.

Marbella offers various private educational institutes for primary and secondary, including the Colegio Fundación Aloha College Marbella, Marbella International, Swans, The American College, Montessori, The English International College, and Saint George's School.


The city is a haven for golf enthusiasts with numerous courses such as the La Quinta Golf & Country Club, Marbella Golf Country Club, Magna Golf Marbella, Santa Clara Golf Marbella, Santa Maria Golf Club Marbella, and Cabopino Golf Marbella located in and around. There are many additional courses within an hour’s drive.

Medical Facilities

There are good, private medical centres within the city itself such as the Hospital Quirón Salud Marbella, Hospital Ochoa, and Hospital Ceram Marbella.


Being one of the most important cities in the area, Marbella offers many expansive shopping malls. They include Parque Comercial La Cañada, Banús Marina Mall, Centro Comercial Centro Plaza, and Centro Comercial Cristamar. The Old Town has a diverse array of independent boutiques and brands alike, which are a pleasure to discover while enjoying a leisurely stroll.


The coastal resort town offers numerous Michelin Star restaurants offering unique and delectable exotic fare and traditional delicacies. They include Dani García, Skina, El Lago, Messina, Ta Kumi, And Don Quijote Restaurants.


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