This beautiful Andalusian style villa is distributed over one floor. The property is accessed via a large parking area with capacity for 6 cars and large terraces that run all around the property.
The house has 3 bedrooms, which share a large and complete bathroom, a master bathroom en suite, a living room, a dining room, hallway and a spacious kitchen. In the living room we find, with a beautiful fireplace, large windows from which we can contemplate the incredible views of the sea, and that give access to the large terrace that surrounds the property. One floor below the outdoor living room, a swimming pool from which you can sunbathe practically all day and an outdoor kitchen area, which also has incredible views of the coast of Benalmadena, the Sierra and Benalmadena Pueblo. Due to the position of the house, situated on an elevated position, it has totally unobstructed views.
One floor below the main villa, next to the swimming pool, there is the possibility of an independent flat.
Benalmadena Costa is situated west of Malaga between Fuengirola and Torremolinos. Benalmadena Costa is a thriving place which boasts a multitude of fabulous night clubs, discos and late night bars. Benalmadena Marina is very popular Marina on the Costa del Sol. Here is several bars overlooking the boats have dance floors and live music at weekends. In Benalmadena ( Arroyo de la Miel) you will find Tivoli World. It is not only a fabulous amusement park, but it also host some great shows for the kids. Benalmadena has Costa del Sols most beautiful and exiting seafront promenade with plenty of great beaches and a wide variety of accommodation for the tourists. In the Benalmadena area you well find a large amount of pubs and Spanish restaurants for all tastes, and is divided in three main urban centres, Benalmadena Costa, Benalmadena Pueblo and Arroyo de la Miel.
Benalmadena Pueblo dates back to Moorish times. The village still retains the Benalmadena town hall and mayoral office. The Pueblo sits on a hillside, 280 metres above sea level with marvellous views across Malaga bay. On a clear day, vivid views of the Sierra Nevada mountain range can also be seen. Over the years the developers have moved up the hillside from the coast, but the Pueblo has still managed to retain its character as a typical Andalucian village, with its whitewashed houses, narrow cobbled streets and balconies decorated with flowers according to the season. Whilst walking around the streets you will come across natural springs which were put to many uses in days gone by, for example the spring at Calle Chorrillo fed the stream where until the 1960s the ladies from the village did their laundry. The main village square in the centre of the pueblo is Plaza de Espana and contains the statue known as Fuente de la Nina. This is of a young girl who has become the symbol of Benalmadena, and her outline is on all official tourist information and websites.