Location, location, location! Spacious duplex apartment for sale in the heart of the residential area of Los Pacos, Fuengirola!
This 3 bedroom duplex apartment in Fuengirola feels more like a townhouse and located inside a very authentic quiet urbanization right in the heart of Fuengirola Los Pacos area. Distributed over two levels, this apartment is sold unfurnished, in a good condition and was built in 2002. It features two terraces upstairs from the bedrooms with views over the communal areas and swimming pool. It has three good sized bedrooms each with fitted closets, the ceiling fans are installed in every room. The urbanization has a secure entrance from the Avenida Finlandia that is one of the main streets in the Los Pacos area. It is a very well kept urbanization with many people living here all year round. All the windows and terraces in this apartment look inside of the urbanization, therefore you can enjoy the peace and tranquility whilst being just next to the town centre. This is a place on the Costa del Sol where without a doubt you can live without a car. However, included in the price there is an underground parking space & storage room.
This gated urbanization is located literally a few steps away from the centre of Los Pacos and all the amenities are at your doorstep. You can walk to the beach in 13 minutes or take a bus down. The nearest train station is Los Boliches and is located 900 meters away from the apartment. You can reach the Malaga International airport by car within 20 minutes or take a direct train to the airport from Los Boliches train station.
Beach – 950 meters ( 13 minutes walk)
Cafes, bars, restaurants – 1 minute walk
Bus stop – 1 minute walk ( direct bus line will take you to Fuengirola, Town Hall, Los Boliches train station, Miramar shopping centre)
Finnish school – 3 min walk ( 250 meters away)
Malaga International Airport – 20 minutes by car
Marbella – less than 30 minutes drive by car
Los Pacos neighbourhood has grown into quite a built up, self contained area. Very well connected by recent improvements to road infrastructure, many people of all nationalities are buying homes and holiday homes in this area. With its own schools, sports facilities, shops, cafes and restaurants, it is becoming more and more popular. It sits back from the coast and backs onto the Torreblanca neighbourhood and benefits from frequent bus service to Fuengirola Town centre. Its a lively International community that has not lost its Spanish charm. The recently opened Los Pacos Paddle Club adds another great amenity to the area.
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Located in the vibrant city of Malaga, the heart of the Costa del Sol, this new Malaga development of apartments and penthouses, takes the dominant position in a residential urban real estate market in Southern Spain. Within just 5 minutes walk to the beach and 7 minutes walk to Malaga Port, this residential project represents a new concept that that combines tradition, functionality and ultimate comfort. Home, social life within community of residents, work space, leisure and quality of living join together within this new revolutionary concept.
Malaga is the fast growing, cosmopolitan and avant-garde city. This city of 600,000 inhabitants is transforming into a dynamic city full of life, adventure, and culture, with a grand plan in place for its continued development. Malaga has been nominated for a European Best Destination 2019. According to the nominee criteria, Malaga is a city “combining tradition and modernity, gastronomy, the beach and culture along with a world-class selection of museums”. Among the other 20 nominees were well-established tourist hotspots as Rome, Lisbon, Geneva and etc. Without a doubt, Malaga is on its way to a boom town!
Malaga is the gateway to the Costa del Sol, the birthplace of Pablo Picasso and Antonio Banderas. It is the second most populous city of Andalucia and the sixth-largest in Spain. The opening of Gran Hotel Miramar in Malagueta, the first 5 star Gran Luxe Hotel in Malaga speaks volumes of the direction this city is taking. Art and Culture is at the centre for the continued growth, with Carmen Thyssen Museum and the Centre Pompidou Malaga, the first of its kind outside of France,taking centre stage. The investment opportunities in Malaga must definitely be considered, and those looking for a home, or second home in a city, it just cannot be overlooked. There are entertainment and gastronomy options to suit all tastes, not least in its newly redeveloped port. It even has its own ‘Malaga Eye’ Ferris wheel, reaching 100 metres in height. This is a place that must be considered by those looking to purchase on the Costa Del Sol, especially those looking for the buzz of city life, a La Liga football team to support, or a solid investment on the Costa Del Sol in terms of rentals and appreciation.
This new development in Malaga is born to establish new standards of high quality lifestyle within urban environment. The concept combines whole wish list of modern customers: impeccable design, optimization of the running costs, high quality finishes, state-of-the-art on-site facilities, common areas and spaces adapted to the new needs. This concept is far beyond an ordinary home or second residence. The buildin, that will be undergoing total renovation, has its own personality and superior qualities, both interior and exterior. This new Malaga project consists of 44 apartments, with 1 and 2 bedrooms, as well as 56 garaje parking spaces and storage rooms.
The communal areas here invite you to enjoy and appreaciate the climate of Southern Spain and its unique Mediterranean lifestyle. The swimming pool and chill-out areas is located on one of the rooftop terraces and is overlooking the new Park Europa. Two barbecue areas and a Gastro Bar space will be located on the other terrace. In addition, the building includes a state-of-the-art gym and a co-working space with views. All these facilities represent an important added value for your new home in Malaga.
This new project in Malaga is fully committed to the community lifestyle and comfort of its residents, creating areas that enhances personal relationships between them and promote healthy lifestyle. Opportunities such as this rarely come to the market.
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Extraordinary spacious and bright middle floor apartment located in the urbanization Duquesa Fairways.
This apartment has three good sized bedrooms, and two generous terraces with mountain, pool and garden view, entrance hall, 2 bathrooms where one of them recently has been refurbished. Thanks to the distrubucion, this apartment in Duquesa Fairways enjoys sun & shade aspects throughtout the day. Plenty of fitted wardrobes, plenty of space for storage – this property is perfect to add into your investment portfolio or have as a holiday home under the sun.
Despite the close proximity to the many attractions provided by this sought after area, this apartment is set in a private, gated complex, in peaceful surroundings amidst landscaped gardens and pools. It is located on the middle floor and can be accessed by the elevator from the underground parking area, where you have dedicated parking space and storage room. The urbanization is fully gated and has its communal gardens immaculately kept. As a resident you will appreciate the manicured gardens, two large swimming pools, area for kids – and all this inside the gated community.
Sold fully furnished, this property is ready to move in and has the following features:
3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms
Air conditioning fully installed and functional
Cream marble floor in a perfect condition
Two terraces with north-west and south orientation
Ceiling fans intalled in all bedrooms
Plenty of fitted wardrobes in all bedrooms
Main bedroom en-suite
Underground parking + storage room
This apartment for sale has a superb location, within walking distance to a range of amenities, surrounded by Duquesa Golf, the picturesque Puerto de la Duquesa marina and the beautiful beaches stretching along this western side of the Costa del Sol.
– Distance to the beach – 18 minutes by foot
– Distance to the nearest shop – 8 minutes by foot
– Distance to Puerto de La Duquesa – 18 minutes by foot
– Distance to the nearest golf course – 3 minutes by car
– Distance to Malaga Airport – 1 hour 15 minutes by car
– Distance to Marbella – 40 minutes by car
– Distance to Gibraltar – 45 minutes by car
Nestling between Castillo de la Duquesa and San Luis de Sabinillas at the halfway point between Marbella and Gibraltar, Puerto de la Duquesa is considered to be one of the most attractive marinas in Europe and one of the Costa del Sol’s best kept secrets. Duquesa Port is a bustling community, with a marina used by leisure crafts that attract residents and visitors of all ages and nationalities. Inside the marina you will find plenty of restaurants overlooking the harbour and the beach. It is an ideal place to enjoy the time with your family all year round. Puerto de la Duquesa is a part of the traditional coastal town – Sabinillas. Here you will find many traditional spanish bars and tapar, schools, hospitals and etc.
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After a very strict lockdown in order to fight Covid-19, Spain is gradually returning to the new normality. To come out of the lockdown, Spain has implemented a four-phase plan designed to open up businesses and get people back to work gradually. Additionally, from July, Spain would once more be welcoming back foreign tourists as per the oficial announcement of Spanish prime minister.
Spanish daily newspaper El Pais (The Country) quotes the Socialist Party (PSOE) leader of saying the below to comment on the current situation in Spain:
“The hardest part is over; we are seeing the light at the end of the tunnel. Now the epicenter has moved to other parts of the planet, as is happening, for example, on the American continent. The response of the Spanish people has been formidable. Everyone has fulfilled their mission, and they came together to deal with the epidemic.”
“The first achievement: to flatten the curve,” he continued. “The second achievement: when those who have recovered exceed new infections. The third achievement will be to reduce the spread of the virus as much as possible. Yesterday the reproduction rate was 0.20. Today we can say that we have achieved this not by luck, but with determination. We have taken the correct path. The Spanish people have forced the virus to retreat.”
We are looking forward to welcoming back soon the international tourism to Spain. Safety protocols from the government designed for the protection of our clients, staff members and collaborators, returning towards our business as usual will of course be implemented and followed.
Thank you to everyone for your support and collaboration through these difficult times and our best wishes to you and your families.
We look forward to seeing you soon on the Costa del Sol
The Costa del Sol is famous for its beaches, mild climate… and fine dining by the Mediterranean. Either on the outdoor terrace of a restaurant or a chiringuito ( beach bar) by the sea, having grilled prawns or paella is a sort of ritual on the Costa del Sol.
Costa del Sol prides itself on its rich Andalusian cuisine influenced by Arabic, Roman and Phoenician cultures, as it was a popular maritime hub in the Mediterranean region drawing visitors from far and wide. Generally, Andalusian cuisine is based on a Mediterranean diet, with plenty of vegetables, fruits, olive oil, fine meat and fish.
Spanish cuisine is an explosion of colour, taste and passion; the southern coastal region of Andalusia has the most iconic Spanish cuisine. In addition, the great contrast of the landscape and climate here brings about a wonderful range of cuisine, rich in flavours and diversity.
Paella is one of the most popular dish in coastal areas of Spain and the Costa del Sol. There are three main types of paella: Paella Valenciana, Seafood paella and Paella mixta. Usually it is prepared with shrimps, squids, clams and white fist and in the Paella Mixta often added chicken. This saffron rice dish symbolizes the union and heritage of two important cultures – the Roman and the Arab and was born in the rural areas of Valencia around 15th and 16th centuries. Nourishing, vibrant, and served without pretension, paella has held a place of honor and practicality in for centuries.
2. Jamon Iberico
Jamon is a cured country ham produced in Spain. Jamon represents the finest of Spanish cuisine and this regional dish is tightly linked to culture and history of the country as a whole.
There are two primary types: Jamón serrano and Jamón ibérico. Present in all tapas bars, restaurants, and most Spanish homes, this delicious cured ham is a true crowd-pleaser. Enjoy Jamon Iberico like a Spaniards with tomatoes and toast, or pair it with your favourite spanish wine.
One of the most effective summer cooler and one of the most preferred andalusian starters – a cold Spanish soup made from tomatoes, cucumbers, red peppers and olive oil. Two popular Andalucian variations of these cold soup are Salmorejo popular in Cordoba (similar to gazpacho but thicker and contains only tomatoes as vegetables) and Ajoblanco popular in Granada ( white soup that has bread, almonds,olive oil and of course bread and garlic). Usually served as a starter or a drink with bread and with garnishes: hard-boiled egg, small pieces of cucumber, pepper, spring onion, cubes of jamon and so on.
4. Fritura Malagueña / Fried Fish
Going to the Costa del Sol without trying fried fish would be like visiting the beach without going for a swim! Fritura Malagueña consists of the smaller seafood varieties, namely: small fish, crustaceans and shellfish that can be readily eaten, floured, crispy and golden, without worrying about any bones. Add a splash of lemon and taste the wide variety of fishes from Malaga’s coast. Typically eaten in local beach bars ( chiringuitos) where you can enjoy the freshest fish, Mediterranean breeze, sounds of waves and a glass of cold drink at the same time.
When you’re on the Costa del Sol, you’re bound to have churros at least once. Churros are a fried-dough pastry snack with a peculiar long form, fried until they become crunchy, and sprinkled with sugar and cinnamon. Fresh churros are meant to be savored for breakfast, dipped into thick hot chocolate or served with café con leche. They’re crispy on the outside, soft and tender on the inside and they have a flavor no one can resist!
Spanish nougat confection, typically made of honey, sugar, and egg white, with toasted almonds or other nuts, and usually shaped into either a rectangular tablet or a round cake. With a rich, sweet and nutty flavor, turrón may be hard and brittle, or soft and toffee-like. Color wise it can range from white to the deepest caramel. In its simplest, most traditional form, there are just three ingredients – almonds, honey and egg white.
7. Gambas Al Pil Pil
Prawns Pil Pil
Prawns served with a spicy sauce are what the Andalusians know and love as gambas al pil-pil. The salsa is made up of a combination of garlic, paprika, chillies, and white wine. Cooked in an oven-proof dish, this starter arrives to your table sizzling. Served with masses of crusty bread, this is another must try on the Costa del Sol! Don’t forget to dip your bread in the sauce, and sit back and enjoy the Spanish life.
Spanish omelette, or literally Spanish tortilla, is a traditional dish from Spanish cuisine called tortilla española or tortilla de patatas. It is a big part of the cuisine of Spain. Along with jamon and olive oil, tortillas are probably amongst the most commonly eaten Spanish dishes in the world. Made of pan-fried potatoes and onion, it makes a delicious light vegetarian meal or an easy tapas dish.
Spain produces more than 250 different varieties of olives to be eaten whole or pressed into olive oil. Olives are served in Andalucia both whole and pitted. Whole olives are a favourite both as appetisers and in fresh salads. Healthy and delicious olive appetizer traditionally served in all beach bars along the coast. If you have never been huge fan of olives, we recommend you to give it another try!
10. Rabo de Toro
Rabo de Toro
Spanish bull tail stew (rabo de toro estofado) is one of Spain’s most typical stews. Dating back to Roman times, rabo de toro is actually an Andalusian creation, supposedly inspired in Córdoba. It is an intensely flavoured dish with a rich garlicky sauce & soft beef. Delicious with potatoes!
11. Ensalada Malagueña / Malaga Salad
No salad is more representative of the beautiful coastal city of Malaga than the one that bears its name: Malaga style salad. It captures the essence of what Malaga and its terrain is, combining perfectly the taste of the sea and the fresh vegetable gardens. A summer dish due to its freshness that is full of strong and distinctive flavours and great example of Mediterranean food that allows you to make the most of the local produce in a healthy way. Made up of a potato base and accompanied by oranges, finely cut onion, bacalao-cod, hard-boiled eggs and green olives.
12. Tarta Malagueña
This cake, made with almonds and Malaga sweet wine – two of Malaga’s own specialities, as well as apricot jam, is sweet enough that you will only need to try a little slice. It is decorated on top with raisins (another one of the typical foods from Malaga) and thinly sliced almonds. It goes down perfectly with a cup of coffee and makes the perfect afternoon snack for when you need a bit of a sugar hit!
This is another salad dish that is not only well loved in Malaga, but all over the region of Andalusia. It’s a cold salad made from finely chopped red pepper, green pepper, tomato, onion, olives, tuna, and mussels or other seafood dressed with extra virgin olive oil and sea salt – perfect for eating during our long, hot summers!
14. Boquerones – Anchovies
Number 14 on our list is the most important one! There is a colloquial meaning to boquerones in Malaga. It is an affectionate way of calling a Malaga proud native. Such as saying, “Antonio Banderas is a boqueron”. Don’t be surprised if you hear a local exclaim, “Soy Malagueño! Soy Boquerón!”
Two most popular types are Boquerones fritos Al Limon and Boquerones en Vinagre, and you will be sure to find them in every malagueño tapas bar.
Boquerones al vinagre are fresh anchovies marinated in vinegar or a mixture of vinegar and olive oil, and seasoned with garlic and parsley. Boquerones fritos Al Limon are a deep fried version of anchoives. Perfect alongside a bit of homemade alioli sauce!
Order boquerones with a caña of beer and you’ll be living the Andalusian lifestyle in no time!