Apartment Gran Calahonda €205.000,-
Completely renovated apartment with 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms and an area of 102 m2, located in the lower part of Calahonda. The apartment has a living room with open kitchen and a spacious terrace of 15 m2.
Gran Calahonda is a fantastic complex with beautiful gardens, 3 swimming pools, tennis court and soccer field. From here you can walk to all amenities such as shops, restaurants, public transport and the beach in 10 minutes.
Included in the price is a place in the garage.
Sitio De Calahonda is a small town in Andalusia, southern Spain. It lies on the coast about halfway between Fuengirola and Marbella, and is part of the municipality of Mijas.
The town was developed by D. Juan de Orbaneja in 1963, occupying the space between Marbella and Mijas. It is maintained by its owners who manage an annual budget to deal with the maintenance of the common area (sidewalks, asphalt, street lighting, cleaning, cleaning of green areas, plan fire…) by a board consisting of the presidents of various communities. It has more than 27 kilometres of roads, about 7,000 homes, 600,000 square meters of green areas. The predominant population is not of Spanish origin, being composed mainly expatriate Brits, Scandinavians, Germans.
Mijas is a town and municipality in the Province of Málaga, in the autonomous community of Andalusia. Located on the South-Eastern coast of Spain, Mijas belongs to the region of Costa del Sol Occidental. Its centre is a typical Andalusian white-washed village, located on a mountainside about 430 metres or 1,476 feet above sea level, in the heart of the Costa del Sol region.
The municipality includes:
- Mijas Pueblo (the hillside village)
- Mijas Costa (the main commercial and residential area adjacent to, but not part of, Fuengirola)
- La Cala de Mijas (a separate village and small resort by the sea to the west)
- Las Lagunas (a largely suburban and mixed commercial area to the north of Fuengirola).
The economy of Mijas is primarily based on tourism, featuring local historical museums and many souvenir shops. The municipality has seven golf courses (four more are under construction), including the La Cala Resort, which is the biggest golf resort in Spain. Agricultural products include potatoes, cereals, and avocados.
The climate of Mijas, due to its proximity to the sea, enjoys semi-tropical temperatures with winter days being mostly warm/hot and agreeable, and days of hot/very hot weather from May until October. The months of July and August are very hot with temperatures at the end of July and early August hovering around 40C. Winter nights can be occasionally chilly but with only an occasional light frost. Nights during the hotter months of Summer are usually quite bearable except for late July and early August when air-conditioning is really a necessity for a good night’s sleep. The rainfall is below 600 millilitres (36 inches) per year and occurs mainly between October and April. The town boasts some 2,920 hours of sunshine per year.
The climate changes gradually with increasing elevation in the mountains. Temperatures can drop to 10 °C (50 °F). In the peaks, over 600 m (2,000 ft) high, some ice may form in winter, while precipitation increases to almost 800 ml (48 in).
- Community Pool
- Big Terrace
- Tennis court