Luxury real estate in Spain
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The Balearic Island of Majorca is famous for its beautiful coastline, but also for stunning mountains and countryside areas. The natural surroundings of Pollença are where the best of inland Majorca can be enjoyed, located 6km west of the Port of Pollença.
Marbella's Golden Mile is the definition of luxury, and this stunning mansion with sea views in one of the Golden Mile's most sought-after areas is a unique property, not to be missed. Close to all amenities and local services, this impressive mansion has been fully renovated with top quality materi
The luxury Tagomago Island, known as Europe’s most exclusive private island, has hit the headlines before as being a favourite destination for the rich and famous, with celebrities such as Cristiano Ronaldo and Justin Bieber spending the holidays in the island’s only luxury villa.
Spending the holidays in Mallorca will sound like a very appealing option for many this summer, and even better if you have a second home with the option of spending more time in the Spanish sun throughout the year.
The coronavirus pandemic has also affected the price of luxury property in Spain, with prices falling by up to 20% on the Costa del Sol, according to a report by the luxury real estate agency, Barnes.
The Golden Mile, one of the most luxurious areas in Marbella, lies to the west of the resort along the Mediterranean coast.
Santa Eulalia del Río, a coastal town on the south eastern seaboard of the Balearic island of Ibiza, is home to this spectacular villa in the prestigious Roca Llisa area.
Spacious apartments in the centre of some of Spain's most popular big cities can be hard to come by. However, this spectacular penthouse in the centre of Alicante is an exception and is sure to tick all the boxes as the perfect city pad.
When you think of Catalonia, the stunning city of Barcelona or the beautiful coastline may come to mind. However, the region is also home to many more hidden treasures, such as this early 1900s mansion in the village of Cardedeu, found in the Barcelona province.
The Canary Islands, the southernmost autonomous community of Spain located off the coast of northwestern Africa, are rugged volcanic isles known for their black- and white-sandy beaches.
The Costa Brava, Catalonia's coastal region is gloriously wild in parts, living up to its name of the "Wild Coast".
Puerto Banús is known as Costa del Sol's playground for the rich and wealthy that come here for the beaches, beach clubs and the buzzing nightlife. The shops and restaurants reflect this expensive lifestyle, with plenty of designer names on offer around the marina.