Frontline golf

With over 70 golf courses stretching from Malaga to Sotogrande, the Costa del Sol is world-renowned for golf tourism and is often known as the Costa del Golf. You can expect to enjoy playing in the sunny Spanish weather practically all year round.

Located in a small area set behind the glamorous Puerto Banus in Nueva Andalucia, are some of the most highly acclaimed courses. Home to many luxury frontline golf properties and surrounded by golf resorts including Aloha Golf, Las Brisas, La Quinta, and Los Naranjos. It's fittingly named Golf Valley.

Mountain & sea views

With the breathtaking combination of mountains and the Mediterranean Sea, the Costa del Sol offers views that will leave you speechless. Many properties have the advantage of enjoying these spectacular views directly from their window or by simply stepping onto the terrace.

An incredible hilltop village is Casares Pueblo with panoramic views of whitewashed houses, Gibraltar and the Northern African coastline. You can also get a cable car to the top of Mount Calamorro in Benalmadena where you will find some fantastic views down to the sea.

Beachfront properties

The Costa del Sol is a popular destination for its white sandy beaches and turquoise waters. Whether you’re looking for a family-friendly atmosphere at Bil Bil Beach in Benalmadena or lunch at one of the chiringuitos at Playa Los Boliches in Fuengirola, there is no shortage of beautiful beaches.

There are many beaches along the 800km of coastline awarded with the notable Blue Flag certification, which demonstrate the high-quality waters and cleanliness of the environment. These include El Padron, El Cristo and La Rada in Estepona, Casablanca and Faro beaches in Marbella and one of the latest additions being Los Alamos in Torremolinos.

Investment opportunities

Buying a property in Spain has always been a favourite purchase amongst British investors. Most recently interest has rapidly increased amongst Irish and Northern Europeans to find their dream home on the Costa del Sol.

The Spanish real estate market is starting to recover and increase in popularity due to the growing demand for retirement and holiday homes from international buyers. Now is an excellent opportunity to invest due to decreased interest rates, high rental yields and booming tourism.

Bank reposessions & cheap property bargains

Due to the crash that happened to the Spanish property market over the past few years, many homes were repossessed by banks from both individuals and developers. These properties are now being offered to buyers at significantly reduced prices and can still be found all along the Costa del Sol.

If you’re looking for a cheap bargain, bank repossessions and distressed properties can be great value for money, and there is a wide variety of them to choose from. When purchasing these types of homes, it can be a buyers market, the sellers are often in a rush to complete the sale, and banks want to reduce their inventory.

New Builds & Off Plan Property

There are many new developments on the Costa del Sol that are already finished and ready to move straight into or nearing completion. Interest in new homes has rapidly increased with many investors looking to profit on capital growth before the property has even been built.

When buying an off plan property, you may have personalisation options, so your brand new villa or apartment is built to your taste and specifications. New build homes can also allow you to split the costs into instalments throughout the construction period, which can make purchasing a home more affordable.


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