100M WALKING DISTANCE TO THE BEACH
* Brand new apartments with sea views
* Marble floors, double glazing.
* Fully furnished and equipped kitchen
* Walking distance to the beach
*Communal areas with gardens, pool, paddle tennis and
* It must be seen!!
Ground Floor Apartment, Manilva, Costa del Sol.
2 Bedrooms, 2 Bathrooms, Built 91 m², Terrace 20 m², Garden/Plot 55 m².
Setting : Close To Golf, Close To Port, Close To Sea, Close To Town, Urbanisation.
Orientation : East.
Condition : Excellent, New Construction.
Pool : Communal.
Views : Sea.
Features : Lift, Fitted Wardrobes, Private Terrace, Paddle Tennis, Ensuite Bathroom, Marble Flooring, Double Glazing.
Furniture : Not Furnished.
Kitchen : Fully Fitted.
Garden : Communal, Private.
Security : Gated Complex, Entry Phone.
Parking : Garage.
Utilities : Electricity, Drinkable Water, Telephone.
Category : Distressed, Repossession, New Development.
A very charming aspects of Manilva is that, despite its prime location on the coast, without anonymous sky-scraper construction. Therefore, although tourists are just starting to discover the village (with good reason), it remains intrinsically Spanish. The majority of residents live in the commercial centre which covers just two square kilometers. Within the municipality of Manilva there are several communities. The white village of Manilva is located a few kilometers inland from the little fishing village on the coast known as San Luis de Sabinillas or just Sabinillas for short. To the west of Sabinillas there is a quiet yachting marina called Puerto Duquesa with its surrounding residential area and golf course. To the west again is another small fishing hamlet called Castillo de la Duquesa after the castle still found there. West along the coast there are various housing developments as far as Punta Chullera. The municipality covers an area of 35 square kilometers. There are about 17,000 full time residents and a further 14,000 who reside here on a temporary basis or have holiday homes. The economy of Manilva is based on agriculture and fishing and, more recently, tourism. The area's agriculture mainly consists of crops grown near the river bed and valleys. The river Manilva is the eastern boundary of the municipality. Manilva has a fascinating history which dates back to Roman times and still today there are some remarkably well-preserved Roman Sulphur baths and an Aqueduct. The Moors who favoured this location left and the town gradually faded away. In the 16th century the towns of Malaga, Marbella and Ronda were concerned that the coastline to the south of them was unprotected so they offered free land to poorer peasants in the north of Spain. Manilva is a very interesting and beautiful area, both if you want to live there permanently all year round or just want a vacation home in Manilva.