The first Crystal Lagoons to be built in Europe,a housing complex in contemporary Mediterranean style in Casares, a privileged area in Costa del Sol.
Alcazaba Lagoon dwellings offer a quality residential experience: airy living spaces which open onto balconies and terraces, places to enjoy the true style of Mediterranean life.
All the dwellings have separate individual storage rooms, an underground garage and lifts; they have air conditioning to keep you cool, and central heating, satellite television. Quality finishes to the design of the interiors, such as the marble-fitted bathrooms, and kitchens included in some apartments.
The first phase of the development offers 100 exclusive 2 and 3 bedroom apartments and lofts with spectacular terraces.
This is the residential development of your dreams, stretching through over 40,000 m2 with exotic gardens. A development of buildings with a catching design of white lines and gentle outlines for its south-facing dwellings.
A paradise for numerous water sports, such as paddle surfing, canoeing, sailing, kite surfing and windsurfing, etc…
Marbella is a city in Andalusia, Spain, by the Mediterranean, situated in the province of Málaga, beneath La Concha mountain. In 2000 the city had 98,823 inhabitants, in 2004, 116,234, in 2010 circa 135,000.
Marbella and the nearby Puerto Banús are important beach resorts of the Costa del Sol. The town is famous for being a playground for the rich and famous. Marbella is famed as an exclusive destination for wealthy tourists from Northern Europe, as well as for the well-heeled from the UK, Ireland, Germany and the US.
It is easy to reach other places, like Málaga and Algeciras, by bus. The area is also served by the A7 autovia, and the closest airport is at Málaga.
The area around Marbella is particularly popular with those who like golf. Marbella also hosts a WTA tennis tournament on red clay, the Andalucia Tennis Experience.