Guadalmina Bach - the pearl of the southern coast of Spain

The southern coast of Spain, called the Costa del Sol, has become famous throughout the world for its numerous high-quality resort towns, which include stunning luxury residential buildings, attractive surrounding landscapes and public institutions. Here are the cleanest beaches and azure blue of the waters of the Mediterranean Sea, pristine nature, preserved intact. And among all this magnificence is a unique region, which is deservedly called the pearl of the Spanish south - Gvandalmina Bach.

It was formed many years ago, when a Basque businessman sailed past this area on his yacht and could not resist such attractiveness of green spaces and beaches. Together with one marquis, they made a real revolution - they completely eliminated the planting of sugar cane and notably surprised local farmers by planting special grass to create a second golf course on this coast. Wealthy and eminent personalities came here to play, for whom the Guadalmina Hotel was later erected, bringing the city even greater popularity.

Guadalmina Bach - the pearl of the southern coast of Spain

This is how the true oasis of peace and exclusivity - Guadalmin Bach - was formed, which is still considered one of the most popular elite regions in the environs of noisy Marbella. Although the population density is relatively small, many tourists, however, each year tend to enjoy the amazing combination of Spanish, Scandinavian and English architecture. Borders resorts were drawn by the river of the same name, stream, sea and highway.

Features of the area

Guadalmina is located west of Marbella, a few minutes drive from the famous port of Puerto Banus and the enchanting San Pedro. It has long attracted the attention of families of aristocrats and Hollywood celebrities of the Golden Age. And such popularity has not been lost so far; the former president of Cuba lived here for a long time, although now more young, but already very successful British specialists are coming here more. This city has never been perceived as a vanity fair, on the contrary - it has gained a reputation as a confidential, secure, developing and growing place, for which it is still preferred by wealthy individuals as an option of permanent residence or an unforgettable vacation.

Guadalmina Bach - the pearl of the southern coast of Spain

The attractiveness of the region is due to several characteristic features. Travelers and businessmen are attracted to the cleanest beaches marked by ecological Blue Flags, the best national school, as well as high-class British colleges, and a unique golf course created by a professional architect.

The advantages include:

  • Tremendous nature and comfortable atmosphere, growing lush trees in the environment;
  • Spectacular views of the mountains, in particular La Concha, as well as the African shores;
  • Round-the-clock patrols and a guarantee of absolute security;
  • The unique historical and architectural sights found on each street;
  • The original chapel;
  • As well as luxury real estate.

Guadalmina Bach - the pearl of the southern coast of Spain

Of course, there are a lot of classic mansions and luxury villas with huge private areas. Each of them is equipped with modern security systems and round-the-clock video surveillance with alarm, so you do not have to worry about the penetration of unauthorized persons. In the gardens there are swimming pools to relax after a hard day or relax on a weekend. There are also old estates with the true spirit of Andalusia, even tropical Asian bungalows, Gothic castles and extravagant Moorish miniature palaces. Recently, more and more modern residential complexes have been built around the Costa del Sol, where constant security and control at the entrance with a barrier, huge underground parking lots, saunas and spas, as well as numerous other amenities created exclusively for the comfort of residents are guaranteed. All these and other advantages attract more and more foreigners who, having been here only once, no longer wish to leave.

Guadalmina Bach - the pearl of the southern coast of Spain