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Cities on the Costa Del Sol

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  • Istan

    Málaga, Spain
    Istán is a town and municipality in the province of Málaga. It lies beneath the Sierra Blanca in the valley of the Rio Verde about 15 km to the northwest from Marbella and the Mediterranean coast. It is situated on the southern slope of the Sierra de las Nieves. It is also near the large reservoir created by the Presa de la Concepción dam, built in 1972 to provide drinking water to towns all along the Costa del Sol. Its urban design bears witness to its Andalusi past: steep, narrow streets of whitewashed houses with Arabic roof tiling, particularly in the upper district of the village, where part of a tower from the walls of the former Arabic castle still stands. Its municipal area is part of Sierra de Las Nieves Natural Park, declared a Biosphere Reserve by Unesco. Read more »
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  • Jubrique

    Málaga, Spain
    Based in Marbella, our local experience and knowledge enables us to provide you with the best service. MAS Property Marbella is a local real estate agent specialized in Marbella with surroundings. We help you find your new home and we will take care of you during the whole buying process. With our selection of properties in the best locations and our dedicated team of property professionals, we are able to provide you with the very best property services in Marbella. Read more »
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  • La Alcaidesa

    Cádiz, Spain
    La Alcaidesa is a residential seaside resort near Sotogrande, in the Andalusian province of Cádiz. Two access roads link Alcaidesa to the A7 coastal motorway. As well as a tourist resort, it is an upmarket residential area for those working in Algeciras, La Linea and Gibraltar. The development boasts good beaches and beautiful Mediterranean views. The golf courses, being two 18 hole courses, is said to include the only links course in Spain. The village contains a couple of hotels. The beach is linked to the beach in La Línea therefore it is possible to see Gibraltar. Alcaidesa is about one and half hours from Málaga Airport, one and half hours from the Jerez Airport and 45 minutes from Gibraltar airport. Read more »
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  • La Duquesa

    Málaga, Spain
    Based in Marbella, our local experience and knowledge enables us to provide you with the best service. MAS Property Marbella is a local real estate agent specialized in Marbella with surroundings. We help you find your new home and we will take care of you during the whole buying process. With our selection of properties in the best locations and our dedicated team of property professionals, we are able to provide you with the very best property services in Marbella. Read more »
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  • Malaga

    Málaga, Spain
    Based in Marbella, our local experience and knowledge enables us to provide you with the best service. MAS Property Marbella is a local real estate agent specialized in Marbella with surroundings. We help you find your new home and we will take care of you during the whole buying process. With our selection of properties in the best locations and our dedicated team of property professionals, we are able to provide you with the very best property services in Marbella. Read more »
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  • Manilva

    Málaga, Spain
    Manilva lies on the southernwestern edge of Malaga province, next to the border with Cadiz. The town is separated into two areas, the seaside retreat, and the white-washed mountainous village 3 kilometres up from the coast. The Manilva village itself, borders fascinating vineyards of the Moscatel Grapes, prominent in the making of sweet dessert wines. On the coastal area, Manilva has maintained its small village mentality, and a conservation view on excessive developments. Malaga is located 97 kilometres away from the village, therefore the airport of Gibraltar is closer. Although the urbanisations of Estepona, Sabinillas, and Puerto Duquesa are all within a few minutes drive. The town also has a fascinating history springing from the Roman times, even to this day, there are some well-preserved Roman sulphur baths in the area. Although if you want to take advantage of these health-giving waters, you must be prepared to dive into a subterranean cavern and to deal with the smell of sulphur on your swimwear! In the village there is also a fascinating 17th century church, and at the foothill of the village, there are two pieces of aqueduct remaining. The beaches in Manilva are considered to be some of the best on the Costa del Sol. Despite this they remain somewhat uncrowded during the summer season. Read more »
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