A great three bedroom ground floor property with easy access to the communal pool and just a couple of minutes drive to the beach. This property has been recently reformed to a very high standard and is like a brand new apartment. Great for holidays, all year living or as a rental investment.
Calahonda is the largest property development between Marbella and Fuengirola. It has grown so successfully that it could qualify as a town. Rural flavour and coastal lifestyle are two of Calahonda's most attractive features, although the area is developed, its founder was keen on green areas, large plots and limits on apartment buildings. Thus, the area has grown in a generally peaceful and rustic fashion. While the vast majority of Calahonda's 600,000 square metres is devoted to villas, townhouses and space for four golf courses, selected areas have been dedicated to providing residents with every amenity imaginable. Therefore there are three commercial centres which house most of the development's 45 restaurants, cafeterias and pubs as well as seven banks, several supermarkets and a wide variety of other businesses. Sports are incorporated into a Calahonda lifestyle. There are a total of 10 golf courses within a 11 kilometre radius of this urbanisation, which also has its own port, Cabopino, having its own share of coastline, puts a spotlights on a wide array of water sports as well. Tennis courts and a fitness centre are also available to residents. There is a nursery school in Calahonda and private primary and secondary schools are located nearby. One of the best known international schools on the coast, the English International School (EIC), is approximately 5 to 10 minutes drive from the urbanisation. Those interested in high quality Spanish schooling for their children can enrol girls in Las Chapas and boys in Ecos, private Catholic schools run by the Grupo Atendis, which are located just off the N-340 on the way to Marbella . State-funded schooling is available in La Cala de Mijas, where schools provide free bus service to students coming from Calahonda.