Nueva Andalucia

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NUEVA ANDALUCIA

In 1962 the renowned architect José Banús Mas bought a piece of land west of Marbella stretching for several kilometers up to San Pedro de Alcántara. Historically the area was mainly used for bull breeding and bull fighting but the architect from Madrid had other plans and transformed it into an attractive coastal area called Nueva Andalucia.

At the waterfront he designed the posh harbor Puerto Banús, to which he gave his name. Further up inland he constructed large residential estates scattered with small commercial centers and restaurants all the way to the main central highway AP-7 in the north.

If Puerto Banús is the fancy club where you go to see and be seen, then Nueva Andalucía is its chill-out lounge. The leafy streets of the residential areas ooze lush tranquility while being supported by the breathtaking scenery. The whole area is dotted with lakes, back dropped by the imposing La Concha mountain peak and fringed by celebrated golf courses.

Combine the numerous golf opportunities with the tranquil feeling of the pueblo and the excellent choice of villa and townhouse properties with spectacular mountain and sea views and you understand the popularity of this development.

RESIDENTIAL PROPERTIES CURRENTLY FOR RENT IN NUEVA ANDALUCIA

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For rent villa in Marbella Villa Barcelona

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Beautiful four bedroom villa in the prime location of Nueva Andalucia. Guests can enjoy all close by amenities inc [more]
Beautiful four bedroom villa in the prime location of Nueva Andalucia. Guests can enjoy all close by amenities inc [more]
42 250,00 m2full info
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For rent villa in Marbella 239-00440P

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Villa for sale and for rent in Las Brisas, Nueva Andalucia, with 7 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, 5 en suite bathrooms, 1 [more]
Villa for sale and for rent in Las Brisas, Nueva Andalucia, with 7 bedrooms, 7 bathrooms, 5 en suite bathrooms, 1 [more]
77 1 250,00 m2full info
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For rent townhouse in Marbella M394451

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This luxury townhouse is located in a highly sought-after area of Aloha Golf in Nueva Andalucia. It is are only mi [more]
This luxury townhouse is located in a highly sought-after area of Aloha Golf in Nueva Andalucia. It is are only mi [more]
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NUEVA ANDALUCIA AREA GUIDE

Distance to local airports:

Malaga Airport is 60 km away and it will take you about 40 minutes to get there by car if you use the toll highway. Gibraltar Airport (a good alternative when flying in from the UK) is about 67 km from Nueva Andalucia, a 55 minute car drive away. Allow some extra time for customs when using the last-mentioned.

Area information:

The municipality of Nuvea Andalucia has both full time residents as well as a large portion of second home owners. A lot of them are Spanish natives but quite a few are foreign too. The biggest group is British, followed by Germans and Russians.

Distance to beaches:

Nueva Andalucia has it's own beach. Playa Nueva Andalucia is the name of the length of a number of diverse small connected beaches facing the area known as Nueva Andalucia, and just west of popular celebrity haunt Puerto Banús and up to the Guadaiza river.

Things to see and do:

Nueva Andalucia is often referred to as the 'Golf Valley' as it's five (5!!) golf courses Real Club Las Brisas, Los Naranjos, Magna Golf Marbella, Los Arqueros and Aloha Golf Club attract a lot of international golfers.

LIVING IN NUEVA ANDALUCIA

Nueva Andalucia is surprisingly calm and peaceful, even though the Mediterranean beaches and vibrant Marbella are within close proximity. The noise and crowds rarely venture this far inland. Even the hotels are situated as close to Puerto Banús as possible, leaving the rest of the residential estate free to be enjoyed by the locals and holiday home owners. 

 

Tranquility does not equal boring as Nueva Andalucía has excellent amenities including a small shopping centre at Centro Plaza (next to the bull ring) that hosts one of the most popular markets on the Costa del Sol on Saturday mornings.

Make your way up the streets and do your grocery shopping fresh fruits, herbs and veggies, clothes and linen and a wide variety of bags and other seasonal accessories. Finish the morning at one of the sun laden breakfast bars at the top with a smoothie and toast with some smoked salmon and chives.

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