748969 Property description

Amazing New Off Plan Development of Contemporary Apartments in La Cala De Mijas

This new off plan development of contemporary 2, 3 and 4 bedroom apartments, featuring a modern layout and finished with high quality material. The large glasses-in sections flood the house with light throughout the day. The complex is designed for you to relax and take all of the wonderful things that life has to offer. There are extensive green spaces with natural grass, waterfalls and lush plants. We cannot forget to mention the chill out zone, 2 pools, paddle tennis court, gym, sauna and spa, plus an events and barbeque area to cover all your expectations to comfort and rest

The community will offer services like cleaning, bed linen service, and property and holiday rentals management. The property includes a parking space and a storage room.

2 Bedroom apartment from 221.000€3 Bedroom apartment from 242.000€4 Bedroom Penthouses from 500.000€

La Cala de Mijas is the central point of Mijas Costa and although it has grown and been built up, especially over the last decade or so, it still maintains something of its Andalucian seaside village atmosphere. From being a tiny fishing village originally, its population has increased to 10,000 - many of whom are British. There are schools, a health centre, public library, post office, shops and cultural centre, as well as many excellent bars and restaurants.There is a very popular street market ('el barratillo') every Wednesday and Saturday from around 09:00 - 14:30. The market stalls offer everything from fresh fruit and vegetables to local crafts, clothes, ceramics and pottery, flowers and plants, and lots more.La Cala celebrates its own festivals, such as the annual fair which begins on 25 July, when the village is all decked out for a week of festivities, and you can sample traditional wines and tapas, listen to local music, and enjoy the dancing.Saturday nights in the hot summer months of July and August are magical in La Cala. The promenade becomes a venue for classical music and flamenco dancing. With the outline of the old 16th-century watchtower of Torre Vieja as a backdrop, and moon reflecting down on the expanse of sea, the village celebrates a season of Noches de Luna y Playa (Nights of Moon and Beach).

A coastal boardwalk as part of the Senda literal de Malaga (Malaga Coastal path) running 6km west to 400m short of Cabopino port (Marbella municipal boundary) was opened in 2015 and has proved to be very popular.