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The Costa del Sol has it all – an exceptional microclimate, with pleasant temperatures all year round, and the beauty of the Mediterranean Sea bathing a coast full of spectacular beaches, marinas, sports and leisure facilities, hospitals, international restaurants, etc. The road infrastructures that connect Malaga international airport with the major coastal cities – such as Fuengirola, Marbella and Estepona – allow you to reach any point of interest on the Costa del Sol in less than 50 minutes.
The beachfront properties along the 170 kilometres of coastline, as well as those in the lush interior areas, include villas of modern design in exclusive and gated residential estates, penthouses in urban areas with sea and mountain views, and houses with the traditional charm of Andalusia’s historic centres. All are excellent choices for making the most out of a holiday, living year-round, or achieving worthwhile profit from short- or long-term rentals. Gilmar Real Estate and Chestertons have close to a thousand properties to offer, allowing you to find the house of your dreams.
Marbella is home to an open-air collection of sculptures by surrealist Salvador Dali, which scattered along the Avenida del Mar, a spacious boulevard that connects the city centre with the Paseo Maritimo.The Travel Magazine
International Liaison Manager
Sam is Chestertons' International Liaison Manager. A thirst for knowledge, combined with a wealth of luxury sales experience; Sam's core focus is selling international property and land through the global Chestertons network - generating leads, advising buyers and liaising with the overseas offices to ultimately connect buyers with their ideal property.
With more than 70 golf courses, the Costa del Sol is also known as the 'Costa del Golf', and it is the number one destination in Europe for lovers of this sport. In addition, for the past 60 years, this region of Andalusia (in particular Marbella and Puerto Banús) has been synonymous with luxury, exclusivity and the highest quality of life. It is also home to an international cuisine that is full of Michelin stars, as well as the top names in fashion, jewellery, cars, boats, horse riding and art.
Thanks to its fabulous temperatures (the annual average is 19-20°C), and with more than 320 days of sunshine a year, the Costa del Sol allows you to enjoy all kinds of outdoor activities, even in the middle of winter.
You can experience the joys of ‘silence tourism’ in the interior, or the good vibes of the parties and events organised by nightclubs, without neglecting cultural and religious traditions (the local ferias, Semana Santa, etc.), hiking and any water sport you can imagine, all while surrounded by lush nature.