One of the very few completely detached townhouses on the beautiful Puebla Aida complex at Mijas Golf . The property which is on two levels is South facing and features a 33m2 terrace with panoramic views, a lounge/diner with fireplace, a recently fully fitted kitchen and a guest toilet on the upper level. On the lower level is the entrance hall, two double guest bedrooms, shower room and a master bedroom with en suite bathroom.The townhouse is a stone´s throw away from one of the four swimming pools on the complex and is located on a quiet cul de sac , making it ideal for both all year round living or as a holiday home.
Mijas golf courses is among the most popular golf courses on the Costa del Sol, Spain offering all golf services.
SANTANA GOLF in Mijas is an 18 Hole golf course par 72 of approx. 6207 metres in length, set in 138 acres of picturesque parkland. The course in Santana Golf in Mijas, sympathetically laid out by the architect Cabell B. Robinson, is set in a former avocado plantation which provided a natural solution to many problems. The final result is a magnificent course with wide and well defined fairways on level terrain, hence easily walkable, where water features play an important albeit not excessive part in the overall design. Each hole has two championship tees and two tees for general play for both men and ladies wide and well manicured putting greens surrounded by strategically placed bunkers, filled with sand produced from crushed marble. Buggy paths are provided throughout the course, beautifully integrated between the rows of fruit trees. The beautiful environment in Santana Golf in Mijas with its natural surrounding will give the golfer the overriding impression of an existing maturity in every aspect of the course. However, it is not only the beauty of the landscape and its flora and fauna that will impress the player, as the golf course itself has been provided with the best attributes to please the most discerning golfer. The course Santana Golf in Mijas has been constructed with the best means available and can boast automatic irrigation throughout the layout, as well as a sophisticated drainage system which will keep the number of days the course could be closed due to adverse weather conditions to a minimum. Santana Golf in Mijas is technically speaking a demanding course as the unique design of each hole is intended to give a continuous challenge, even for the more experienced player. The layout of the greens, well protected by greenside bunkers, as well as the many water hazards spread throughout the course, will challenge every golfer and require good course management as well as the use of every golf shot in the bag. It is difficult to speak of a signature hole at Santana Golf in Mijas as they all have something special to offer. The long Par-4 18th is one of the most demanding finishing holes along the coast according to the designer, with the lake along the right hand side and a narrow approach to the green. The 4th hole can only be defined with one word: spectacular. The views from the tee are magnificent and the Campillos stream provides a challenging approach to the green; or what about the 8th hole, with a length of 602 metre (658 yards) considered to be the longest hole of the Costa del Sol and favouring the longer hitter; not to forget the 12th Par 3, playing downhill, with a very large undulating green, many a golfer would be happy to walk away with a three here. One of the most outstanding features of Santana Golf in Mijas is without a doubt the variety in design, as each and every hole is differentiated by its own characteristics.
LOS LAGOS in Mijas is a course, designed by Robert Trent Jones Sr., is the longer of the two which comprise of Mijas Golf International. The fairways are wide, the ground is well-taken care of and the trees decorate more than they obstruct. Los Lagos takes its name from seven thirsty water hazards. With over 150 acres of perfumed Jacaranda, exotic Araucaria Pines, etc. This mildly undulating course pays fine tribute to the skills of the American master designer Robert Trent Jones. Measuring a massive 6963 yards from the white tees, the par 71 Los Lagos course with its generous fairways serves to deceive. His design set-up, whilst fair, requires an accuracy of position if you are to avoid massive bunkers or deep water hazards in your line to the flag. Los Lagos is a course suitable for players with a large, strong swing, but it also demands great concentration to avoid the obstacles. When hitting the ball you will have to consider the great bunkers and the water hazards, which have been designed with ingenuity. This Mijas golf course is quite flat and it does not present great unevenness.
LOS OLIVOS in Mijas presents narrower fairways, fewer water hazards, uneven ground and much more trees. The greens are not very big and many of them are in a high position. Los Olivos also designed by Trent Jones and rebuilt by Cabell Robinson. Los Olivos complements Los Lagos, but offers a tighter challenge. This par 70 course measures 6386 yards (5840 meters) was completely refurbished by Cabell Robinson during the season 2000-2001 (keeping the original design concept of Trent Jones). The main feature which distinguishes this course from the other is the abundance of trees hence the name and its smaller size, as well as fewer water hazards. The greens are smaller, undulating and well defended. Although both are the work of the same designer, there is no doubt there are interesting contrasts between the two courses: if Los Lagos is based on hazards of water and sand, Los Olivos has strategic narrow tree lined fairways and elevated greens. Los Olivos in Mijas is a course best suited for players gifted with a higher technical ability and precision in their game.