The Costa del Sol in the South of Spain is a touristic hotbed. This year in 2016, more records are set to be broken for tourism. With each passing year it seems the Costa del Sol’s popularity soars. But, what is it about the Costa del Sol that is so appealing to travelers and property buyers?
Over the next several weeks, we will be exploring the Costa del Sol, and sharing with you through this blog all the beautiful areas that make up the Costa del Sol. Besides the sunshine, and beautiful blue sea, the Costa del Sol offers the perfect get-away or much needed vacation. Many who do visit fall fast in love, and usually begin seeking out potential investments, for example - luxury property for sale in Marbella is constantly on the uptick, with new property enquirers almost everyday.
There is something here for everyone, even the luxurious resort town of Marbella is becoming known for its family friendly atmosphere. More so, foreign investments have helped fuel the economy once again, with many buying luxury property in Marbella.
So, without further ado, let us take you on a journey throughout the Costa del Sol – we begin with the inland pueblo of Benahavis.
Welcome to Benahavis – The Dining Room of the Costa del Sol
The picturesque village of Benahavis is located only 7km inland from the sea. This village sits among what can only be described as natural mountainous beauty. The residents in this village comprise mostly of expats, who saw the value of buying a second holiday home on the Costa del Sol.
Benahavis is known as the “dining room of the Costa del Sol”, and many different ethnic restaurants can be found within short distance. It has the highest concentration of high class restaurants in the region and draws visitors by the thousands who come only to experience the cuisine.
Benahavis treats its residents to unspoiled and cultural distinction. Most find the narrow winding streets, and overall ambiance simply irresistible. It stands 500 metres above sea level, 7 kilometres inland from the Guadalmina Golf Course, and is reached by driving through the rio Guadalmina gorge up into the hills.
A 20 minute drive will take you into the heart of Marbella in one direction (East) or Estepona in the other (West). Both of these locations have their very own unique qualities as well. See for yourself why so many flock here each and every year.