Plot in La Mairena, Marbella East
Are you ready for a new luxury house that will be surrounded by Mediterranean pine forests of the beautiful and prestigious area of La Mairena which is a part of the UNESCO biosphere Reserve of Sierra de la Nieves? It will be an unbeatable investment!
Surrounded by Mediterranean pine forests of the beautiful and prestigious area of La Mairena which is a part of the UNESCO biosphere Reserve of Sierra de la Nieves, your new luxury house will be an unbeatable investment!
A generous north/east-facing plot of land (2.880 m²) with excellent access and impressive views over mountain, valleys and idyllic Andalusian countryside towards the sea can host your wonderful villa of 498 m². Privacy, nature, panoramic views and comfort can be combined there for your exclusive Mediterranean lifestyle with all amenities just a stone’s throw away. The picturesque area with breath-taking panoramic views contains a tennis school, two restaurants: Mairena Lodge and Kudu Bar. The world-famous Puerto Banús with its vibrant, intense nightlife is only approx. 20 min away. It will take you 10 min. to drive to the sea and some of the Costa del Sol’s very best sandy beaches and Beach Clubs, 15 min to Marbella Old Centre and 40 to Malaga airport. Bilingual kindergartens, the International English College, Juan Hoffmann German College and Spanish school are all close. The numerous sports facilities are available, including 2 golf courses adjacent to La Mairena – La Cala Golf and Santa Maria Golf and a 9-hole practice golf course in El Soto, an adjacent development.
The popular commercial centre of Elviria, with a good choice of shops, authentic tapas-bars and fine restaurants, pharmacies, banks and post office, is only a short drive away, as well as the glorious Nikki Beach Club, charming marina of Cabopino, seaside restaurants chiringuitos and fabulous bars with a party atmosphere, salsa on the beach and great drinks. Speaking of drinks, at the north of the development flows the mountain river Ojén which water is used for the production of Aguardiente de Ojén, a famous anise liqueur that gained widespread fame abroad a century ago and became indispensable during Mardi Gras festivities in New Orleans, US. Isn’t it exciting?