beautiful beaches stretching across the 150 km
Costa del Sol Property
With an average of 320 sunny days in a year, Costa del Sol property is particularly popular with UK buyers. It’s not hard to sell the Costa del Sol region, as life on the edge of the Mediterranean really does live up to expectations. From the busy city of Málaga, beautiful beaches stretching across the 150 km coastline to the unspoilt Spanish culture of peaceful villages and endless fields of olive trees nearby. It’s no wonder many Brits choose Costa del Sol property. Costa del Sol really is a favoured destination in which to own a Spanish property.
Latest Costa del Sol properties
2 Bed Apartments in Benahavis
The first new development in the village of Benahavís for the last 12 years with spectacular penthouses ,
2 Bed Apartments in Mijas Costa
The homes combine versatility and comfort thanks to their
optimised open spaces. An example of this are the
4 Bed Penthouse in Estepona
Live the dream with a Penthouse in the prestigious NEW GOLDEN MILE! – the coastal area that lies
3 Bed Townhouse in Manilva
The first phase of this fabulous Residential Development comprises 33 townhouses of 3 and 4 bedrooms and is
3 Bed Villas in Estepona
Stunning boutique collection of 50 semi detached villas in the sought after area of ATALAYA, within walking distance
3 Bed Penthouse in Estepona
This flat is at Estepona, 29870, Estepona, Malaga. It is a sunny flat, built in 2025, that has
How much is Costa del Sol property?
Typically, Costa del Sol properties start at around €250,000. This would often be for well-maintained 2-3 bed apartments. With a budget of up to €350,000, you could be looking at a 3-bed resale townhouse, or a brand new 2-bed apartment overlooking the wonderful marina.
As with all locations, the higher your budget, the more options you will have available to you. Villas, particularly with private pools, could set you back €500,000+.
Spotlight on Estepona
The quaint, yet up and coming town of Estepona is fast becoming one of the most attractive places to buy a property in Costa del Sol. You may have seen the beautiful blue and pink flowers that hang from the sides of buildings? Well you can expect that pretty feel in Estepona. In recent years, the town has been rejuvenated and now has colourful flower beds, coffee shops and landscaped parks dotted throughout.
Formally a traditional fishing town, Estepona offers the authentic Spanish feel and is home to a community of Spaniards with little expat tourists. The coastal town is situated near to Puerto Banus, and has its own marina which is surrounded by locally owned restaurants, shops and beautiful beaches and desirable Costa del Sol properties.