Andalucia Realty is a leading real estate agency in Marbella that places at your disposal the knowledge and experience acquired over 20 years of working in the property market of Marbella, Estepona and Benahavis.
We are proud members of AIPP: Association of International Property Professionals, RAIC: Red de Asesores Inmobiliarios Qualificados y AEGI: Asociación Empresarial de Gestión Inmobiliaria and are also certified Real Estate Brokers of two major Spanish banks
We only list quality properties that are in good condition, offer good value for money and are free of legal problems. Additionnaly, we have access to most properties on the market through our extensive network of agents and we will thouroughly search them to make sure we find you the property that perfectly matches your requirements.
We will take good care of you throughout the entire process, from making your initial travel plans to viewing your property, through to completing the sale and beyond, making sure you are very well assisted at all times.
Our experienced, multi-lingual staff are at your complete disposal.
The Biggest event for Marbella’s Flamenco lovers is the Fair of San Bernabe, where the city pays homage to its patron with a weeklong fair.
From the 6th of June until the 12th, the city is dressed with white and lively coloured dots: white, red and blue typical flamenco dresses fill up the streets of the Old Town. The Plaza de Los Naranjos and The Castle are decorated with white and blue lanterns, a spectacle for those who want to experience this unique event.
Spanish tapas served with traditional drinks as “Rebujito” (white wine) or “Sangria”, all combined with Flamenco music, shows, and a vibrant environment that will make you experience the real Spanish “Fiesta”.
During the day, the city centre of Marbella becomes a lively place full of stalls serving traditional Spanish food made on the spot: typical Malaga fried fish, montaditos, Gazpacho and Iberian Ham and Cheese.
By night the party continues in La Cañada, where all the “Casetas” will entertain the grown ups while the youngest members of the family experience the vertigo of the rollercoaster and many other children’s fairground rides. For music lovers, there are concerts every night in the main stand.
The townhall has created a free bus line to facilitate the transportation to the night fair. It has several stops starting in the bus station and going through the main points of the city. You can hop on in any of the stops with no charge, and is available from 18.00 until 5.00 on the weekend.
Marbella is a lively city with a wide variety of activities all year round: a great city not only for holidays but also to live!
The Marbella Ironman seems to be “The big event” of the 2018. The city has been chosen to host one of the hardest sports events of the moment: An Ironman 70.3.
Thanks to the geographical layout of this small paradise on the Costa del Sol, its wide beaches, the warm waters of the Mediterranean and the mountains on the back of the city, Marbella is the idyllic city for this event, suitable only for the most intrepid ones.
With this event, the arrival of thousands of Triathletes is expected. The fomenting of the already growing “Active Tourism” on the Costa del Sol only confirms that Marbella is a city with a great diversity and leisure with a booming economy.
This new event that will take place on April 29, 2018, and will set a precedent for the city, which already plans further editions.
Swimming in the Beaches of Puerto Banús, cycling through the glamorous Golden Mile of Marbella up to the natural landscapes of Monda and Coín, and runing through the Marbella promenade.This race promises to be a high-profile circuit, which has been a topic since it was officially launched:
All participants will find a wide range of activities in the region and a perfect climate to make the most of their stay.
Athletes will swim in the Mediterranean waters. After the transition, located in the legendary Avenida de las Naciones Unidas, they will cycle the 90 km of the bike course through memorable settings like Puerto de Ojén, ascending along the “caracolillos” road. They will cross different towns like Onda, Coín, and Cártama. Athletes will then ride back to Marbella to enjoy the last 21 km run by the seafront promenade, flanked by cheering spectators as they strive for the finish line – right on the sand of Puerto Banús.
IRONMAN 70.3 Marbella offers 50 qualifying slots for the 2018 IRONMAN 70.3 World Championship in South Africa, Nelson Mandela Bay.
The Spanish property market is officially booming.
Spain is now the sixth largest market for real estate investment in the world, according to the latest report by CBRE real estate consultants.
Moving up 10 places in two years, Spain now stands ahead of France, Hong Kong, China and Italy.
According to statistics of the Ministry of Development, Malaga and Marbella remain the two municipalities where property sales are still growing, getting one of the best results, in terms of figures, since 2008.
Malaga registered a total of 3,491 sales in the first 9 months of 2015, going up 28%, while in Marbella the figure is 3,326 with a rise of 18.6%. Improvement was noticed in other municipalities too: in Mijas, they sold 1,710, + 5.2%, while in Benalmádena 1,390 homes were sold, a 0.3% increase. Estepona is the only town that has seen a small decrease, as 1,474 properties were sold, registering a -1.9% against last year.
The data provided by the Ministry of Development confirms that foreign buyers currently are the most involved in real estate transactions, mainly due to the appeal of Costa del Sol among other touristic residential areas.
During the first three quarters of the year, foreigners (residents and nonresidents) bought about 7,500 homes in Malaga area.
Undoubtedly Costa del Sol, with Malaga and Marbella at the top, are preferred for those seeking a home in one of the places with the best climate in the world.
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Russian tourism grows in Marbella. Every year more increases the number of Russian visitors to the Costa del Sol, especially Marbella.
Malaga airport receives each year thousands of Russian tourists, and every year, an increasing number of Russians who choose Marbella as a destination, compared to the rest of Spain, which has been decreasing gradually.
Many Russians come to the Costa del Sol as tourists, but then the weather, hospitability, gastronomy, cultural and Mediterranean coasts were “forced” to stay and buy a house in the area of Marbella, Estepona, Mijas, among others.
The profile of Russian tourists coming over, are women, according to the latest research, with 60% female and 40% male.
Marbella is near Barcelona, Madrid and Valencia a favorite for the Russian tourist cities, and now, it seems it will remain so for a long time.