Mar Azul, an award winning resort situated on Estepona’s New Golden Mile, captivates the true essence of sophisticated living. The 72 apartments/penthouses that make up Mar Azul are built with the finest materials and come complete with unique finishing touches such as a home intelligence system, Bang & Olufsen sound system, underfloor heating and automatic blinds…just to name a few.
Mar Azul has been cleverly built in a prime, south facing position enabling each apartment take full advantage of the natural sunlight and spectacular sea views.
Set in a tranquil oasis of Polynesian style gardens complete with cascading waterfalls, ponds, canals and fountains Mar Azul is a resort within itself. With a heated indoor swimming pool, sunken Jacuzzi seats, indoor spa and gym it is a 5* fully facilitated luxury complex. The spectacular outdoor sculptured infinity swimming pool is surrounded by thatched roofed cabanas where you can relax on comfortable settees and enjoy the peace and tranquillity this development has to offer.
Designed by the celebrated Costa del Sol architect, Melvin Villaroel,is a high-end, seafront residential development in Estepona, made up of two and three-bedroom apartments, penthouses, and townhouses, all with direct access to a half-kilometre-long stretch of sandy Mediterranean beach.
Located at the western extreme of Estepona's New Golden Mile, Alzacaba Beach is set in more than seven hectares of sub-tropical, landscaped gardens and boasts a wealth of amenities, including seven swimming pools, eight tennis and padel courts, a gym, sauna, children's play area, restaurant and even its own library.
Alcazaba Beach is close to the centre of Estepona and a few hundred metres from the shops and services east of the town. It lies just two kilometres from exit 157 of the AP7 toll road and connects with the Avenida Litoral and A7 coastal road, placing Gibraltar and Malaga's international airports less than an hour away.
The urbanisation is also well placed to make the most of Estepona's growing list of attractions, including the new Orchidarium and botanical park; Felipe VI Auditorium, the largest theatre on the coast; and the bars, restaurants, and stores that fill the whitewashed streets of the town's historic centre.