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€1,750 per week

Dunas Green Urnanisation, Estepona, Costa del Sol, Spain

3 Bed

2 Bath

Costa del Sol



    Luxury Three Bed Apartment in Sunny Costa Del Sol This spacious and newly refurbished apartment is located in this prestigious development on the New Golden Mile. The ground floor south-facing apartment is bright, airy and boasts a huge terrace, which opens onto beautifully gardens with palm trees and blossoms. The terrace is only a 20 second walk away from the complex’s stunning pool, which is one of the largest on the coast. The pool is fresh water, equipped with ample complimentary sunbeds and bamboo umbrellas for you to unwind and relax The prestigious apartment set in a prime area between Marbella and Estepona and within walking distance of the beach, a golf course, public transport and close to the motorway connecting Estepona, Puerto Banus and Marbella. The area is amazing with a short drive to so many locations such as Estepona, San Pedro, Puerto Banus and Marbella. Having a car is recommended to maximise your holiday experience. Estepona Located at the western end of the Costa del Sol at the foot of the Sierra Bermeja mountains. Estepona is one of the most popular destinations for both tourists and foreign residents alike on the Costa del Sol, yet even today it still manages to retain it’s old Andalusian charm. Estepona’s cobbled narrow streets, fishing port, Spanish cafes and bars spilling out higgledy piggledy on the pavements, and the quaint shops and bodegas, all combine with the modern Puerto Deportivo (leisure port) and marina, the tourist facilities and golden sandy beaches, to make this a comfortable and interesting place to stay for holidaymakers. A palm-lined promenade, the Paseo Marítimo, runs next to the Playa de la Rada beach. Nearby are the restaurants and water sports facilities of Puerto Deportivo, plus a fishing port and the cove of Playa del Cristo. The whitewashed old town centers on the flower-filled square of Plaza de las Flores, home to the eclectic artworks of the Colección Ten minutes from Estepona, direction San Roque, you find La Duquesa Yacht Harbour, which has many restaurants, bars and boutiques and the fantastic La Duquesa golf course is situated on mountain-side of the Carreterra (Coastal Road). From Estepona you can go and visit some spectacular inland scenery and the typical towns of Casares, Jubrique, Genaguacil and Manilva, with its famous Roman bath of La Hedionda. Gibraltar is about 25 minutes drive away and the Bohemian beach paradise of Tarifa, around 45 minutes drive. If you are feeling adventurous in nearby Algeciras you can hop on a ferry to Morocco for a few days shopping and sightseeing. If you are interested in monuments and archeological finds then you won’t be disappointed, as the area has many interesting historical points of interest,including the ruins of Castillo de Nicio, which can be found just past the urbanization Forest Hills, La Torre del Reloj (the watchtower), said to be one of the oldest ecclesiastical buildings on the Costa del Sol, Las Ruinas del Castillo de San Luis, an interesting visit to the ruins of a once great castle and Estepona town’s own Plaza de las Flores, the central square in itself is a historical focal point. There are many other historical sites in and around Estepona. San Pedro San Pedro de Alcántara is just 5 minutes drive from the apartment and is a refreshingly unspoilt pueblo with an appeal all of its own. Be sure to head for the Plaza de la Iglesia with its gracious parish church and surrounding narrow streets which are packed with intriguing small shops, sidewalk cafes and bars. Thursday is street market day with all the associated hustle and bustle; a veritable bargain shoppers paradise. The wide promenade features several excellent chiringuitos (beachside restaurants) specialising in fish dishes. Puerto Banus Puerto Banus is less than a 10 minute drive from the apartment and is known as Costa Del Sol’s playground for the rich and famous who come from the beaches, beach clubs and buzzing nightlife. The high end designer shops along the port reflect this expensive lifestyle, and the area is also lined with bars and restaurants. If you enjoy people watching, you’ll love Puerto Banus. If sports cars and luxury yachts are more your thing, there’s plenty to admire in the port. Marbella Town Only 5 minutes further by car, Marbella In and its famous Plaza de Naranja ’Orange Square’, you can while away hours sipping sangria, taking in the beautiful surroundings and people, visiting the charming boutiques and gift stores. The labyrinth of tiny streets and alleys that surround Orange Square will reveal further tiny shops selling all forms of trinkets, fashion and souvenirs and there are some excellent restaurants and bars for a young and trendy crowd. Cross the road from the Old Town and you find yourself in La Alameda Park, filled with exotic plants and trees, leading down to an open exhibition area; where you can enjoy a permanent exhibition of Dali sculptures and temporary art and media exhibitions during the year. Down from the park is the Paseo Maritimo (Promenade); this is one of the favourite places for locals and visitors. The boulevard is filled with restaurants of all gastronomies, with terraces facing out to the beautiful Mediterranean. Beaches Many of the nearby beaches have been awarded the blue flag status for their high standards of cleanliness and hygiene. Most have good facilities, including children’s facilities, showers, beach restaurants and watersports., a such as Kayaking and windsurfing. The wonderful El Cristo beach is located to the west of the town and is an excellent beach for families and it is sheltered within a cove. Other beaches located close by including Playa Costa Natura, Sabinillas, Puerto Duquesa and Sotogrande, plus just 50 minutes drive are the wonderful beaches of Tarifa and the Costa de la Luz. Golf The Costa Del Sol is one of the most popular destinations for golf holidays in Spain; the area is packed with golf courses, for all levels and all budgets. Estepona Golf Course is a popular, yet challenging course. One of the most established courses on the Costa del Sol is the Paraiso Golf Club, which is located between Estepona and Marbella, it’s a peaceful course with a stunning backdrop of mountains. The famous Valderrama Golf Club, which plays host to the Volvo Masters each year, is located in nearby Sotogrande. Other courses in and around Estepona include: El Campanario Golf, La Duquesa Golf and Atalaya Golf & Country Club. Eating out The area is not short of a restaurant and whatever your taste, you will be satisfied with the choice. There are some excellent traditional tapas bars, Spanish restaurants and bodegas, if you want to enjoy typical Spanish and Mediterranean cuisine. Plus there are some excellent fish restaurants, both in the ports and towns, plus the beautiful beaches are home to a number of excellent Chiringuitos and beach bars. As with most of the Costa del Sol, the importance of tourism, means that you will find a first class choice of restaurants and if you are not feeling like Spanish cuisine or seafood, well choose from Indian, Mexican, Italian, Chinese and much, much more. Shopping If you want to combine a beach holiday with a shopping trip, Marbella is an excellent choice. Between Marbella town and Puerto Banus you have an impressive mix of independent boutiques, luxury brands and international Spanish high street brands, such as Zara and Mango. The luxury Puerto Banus is crammed with designer boutiques, so if you have a few hundred euro or pounds to spend on a t-shirt, bikini or pair of shoes, then this is the place to shop. If you’re looking for something a little more unique, then Marbella Old Town is a good shopping destination and La Cañada Shopping Centre on the motorway above Marbella, is home to chain stores, boutiques, supermarkets, DIY stores. Here you’ll find the largest Apple store in Spain, Zara, H&M, Habitat and Marks & Spencer! Estepona and San Pedro are both well worth a potter, especially around the back streets, where you will find some great little inexpensive shops. The street markets in San Pedro (Thursdays), Puerto Banus (Saturdays) and Estepona port (Sundays) are also well worth a visit especially for leather shoes and bags, towels and sports jerseys.

    Property Facilities

    • Cable Television
    • Washing Machine
    • Dryer
    • Dishwasher
    • Microwave





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