A LUXURY 4 BED VILLA NEAR LA QUINTA, NUEVA ANDALUCIA – Ref: MFSV852
A lovely 4 bed villa in the Monte Halcones area, near La Quinta and Nueva Andalucia on the Ronda Road. Boasts with magnificent views on to the coast, sea and also mountains. Property is with south orientation, so has plenty of sun all day long. Nice terrace areas by the private pool and a well kept garden with a BBQ corner. Perfect for summery outside events. Built in 2001, it comes with the furniture, there is AC throughout as well as a central heating on gas and under floor heating in the bathrooms. Fully fitted kitchen has Bosch appliances. For security the villa is gated and has an alarm system fitted.
2 BED 2 BATH AMAZING LUXURY APARTMENT NEXT TO THE BEACH IN SAN PEDRO MARBELLA – Ref: MFSA853
The luxury resort of Casablanca Beach has a privileged location: frontline beach, next to a beautiful promenade lined with typical fish restaurants and wide beaches.
In this area there are future plans for a new Marina. A 15 minutes walk to downtown San Pedro de Alcantara and 30 minutes from Puerto Banus.
The resort enjoys the tranquility of the sea and is one step away from the entire infrastructure necessary for daily living such as shops, banks, restaurants, sports centers. With an original architecture in three heights, the complex has 61 apartments of 2 and 3 bedrooms. Ground floors and penthouses are duplex.
In its construction have been used first quality materials: marble, natural stone, wood. The apartments have built area from 204 m2 to 440 m2, with large terraces, 2 parking spaces and Jacuzzi in the penthouses. The communal areas have a beautiful lake-shaped pool and 6.000 sqm of tropical gardens with direct access to the promenade and beach.
5 BED VILLA BEACHFRONT, NEW GOLDEN MILE, COSTA DEL SOL – Ref: MFSV858
A lovely beach front villa all on one level with 5 bedrooms, open plan living dining, kitchen area. The 6000m2 plot can be divided into 2 separate plots. Buildable on 2 stoies high with basement (30% of land m2)
Detached Villa, Estepona, Costa del Sol.
5 Bedrooms, 5 Bathrooms, Built 1000 m², Garden/Plot 6000 m².
3 BED 2.5 BATH NEW TOWNHOUSE SITUATED ON NEW GOLDEN MILE, BEACHSIDE – Ref: MFSTH860
This lovely urbanisation on the New Golden Mile beachside consists of 7 townhouses. Built in 1995 but now being refurbished in total as per showhouse photos, click below link (included in price). The houses are 2- and 3- bedroom, 185 to 230 m2 built, garage, gated community, walking distance to the beach & amenities
A LOVELY 3 BED APARTMENT IN A SOUGHT AFTER COMPLEX ON THE GOLDEN MILE MARBELLA – Ref: MFSA861
A lovely 3 bed apartment in a sought after complex on the Golden Mile close to the mosque. Only a few minutes drive to both Marbella and Puerto Banus, with the famous Puente Romano hotel walking distance to property.
Property has 3 good sized bedrooms, spacious lounge and a fully fitted kitchen and utility room. Also with this property come the storage and parking space in the underground garage. The complex has luscious gardens and pool for the residents to enjoy. A perfect family home!
1 BED 1 BATH TOWHOUSE – GREAT PRICE – Ref: MFSTH859
Townhouse, Aloha, Costa del Sol.
1 Bedroom, 1 Bathroom, Built 85 m².
Setting : Mountain Pueblo, Close To Golf, Close To Port, Close To Shops, Close To Sea, Close To Town, Close To Schools, Close To Marina, Urbanisation.
Orientation : North, North West.
Condition : Excellent.
Climate Control : Air Conditioning, Hot A/C, Cold A/C.
Views : Mountain, Street.
Features : Covered Terrace, Private Terrace, Solarium, Satellite TV, Marble Flooring, Double Glazing.
Furniture : Not Furnished.
Kitchen : Fully Fitted.
Parking : Open, Street.
Utilities : Electricity, Drinkable Water.
Category : Bargain, Cheap, Golf, Holiday Homes, Investment, Resale.
Goldman sachs last year painted a very black future for Spain, economic forecasts for 2013 predicted that “the worst is yet to come” however, only 12 months after the investment bank made this statement they have been forced to back down and admit they were wrong in their forecasts for the Spanish economy.
In an analysis entitled ‘ mea culpa o mea máxima culpa? ‘ Goldman Sachs was surprised by the unexpected success of the measures implemented by the government and claims that the report contained successes but ” too many errors “.
In fact the company explains that its forecasts for Spain were completed until the second quarter of 2013 , although from this date the major reforms began to bear fruit and changed the scenario provided by the analysis team.
Also ” inflation has surprised many as its been on a downward trend and adjustments the Spanish government has implemented has shown benefits of certain measures” , Goldman Sachs has stressed that both the growth of Spain and France have exceeded their “weak expectations “.
Spain could again be among the countries of the European Union (EU) where the activity of construction could be on the rebound.
According to Eurostat statistics, this figure grew by 6.1% year on year in September and was surpassed only by Hungary, where construction activity climbed 9.3% , this figure was increased in the EU by 0.2% in September 2013 compared to the same month last year. Countries with the steepest declines in construction output on year were Portugal (-14.9%), Czech Republic (-11.8%), Slovenia (-7.9%) and Italy (-6 , 1%)
International passenger traffic at Aena airports reached a total of 12,030,583 in October, which is 4.3% more than in the same month of the previous year. This consolidates the positive trend for international traffic, which already grew by 2.5% in September. In October the total passenger traffic across the network was 16,884,959, 0.7% lower than in October 2012.
Madrid-Barajas was the airport in the Aena network which handled most passengers in October, with 3,490,462, reducing its percentage of decline (-9.8% compared with October last year) and registering its best result of the last twelve months.
Barcelona-El Prat airport registered a 2.1% growth in passenger numbers, reaching 3,119,098, consolidating the positive results of previous months. In addition, in October, Aena’s total passenger traffic achieved significant increases in the network’s main tourist airports, consolidating the growth trend experienced by many of them throughout summer season.
Alicante-Elche Airport recorded an increase of 11.5% in passenger traffic in October (931,260); Ibiza registered growth of 10.2% (415,364); Lanzarote 9.5% (489,396); Malaga-Costa del Sol 5.3% (1,277,955), Gran Canaria 5% (852,358); Fuerteventura 3.1% (396,598); Palma de Mallorca 3% (2,232,917); Valencia 2.9% (419,210) and Barcelona-El Prat 2.1% (3,119,098). Together, the Canary Islands’ airports grew by more than 3% and recorded a total of 2,865,096 passengers.
Worthy of note also, is the growth in the number of passengers achieved last month at other airports in the network, such as La Gomera, which experienced an increase of 88.9%, Burgos, with 46.9% more passengers, and Almeria, up 18.8%.
The good performance of the international data is also observed in the number of operations, with an increase of 1.7% in October and 86,472 flights. In the whole of the Aena network 158,872 flights were registered, 3.5% less than the same month last year. Notable growth was recorded in the airports of Alicante-Elche with 14.1% (6,502 flights); Girona-Costa Brava up by 11.3% (2,833); Jerez 10.4% (3,791) and Reus also up 10.4% (1,607); Lanzarote 8.9% (3,940); FGL Granada-Jaen 7.8% (972); Malaga-Costa del Sol up by 5.1% (9,672), and Gran Canaria 5% (8,364).
In the first ten months of the year the number of international passengers increased by 1.3% reaching a total of 113,614,079. Total passenger traffic from January to October amounted to 163,398,611, which is an increase of 4.4 % over the same period in 2012.
Airline company Air China is now entertaining the idea of including Malaga to their routes with regard to the airlines expansion into Spain.
The airline´s chief executive Zhaoqui Bi stated he felt the route could be popular amongst the growing amount of Chinese travellers going to the country on holiday.
The declaration comes after substantial market research carried out by the commercial airline to determine just where it might be best increasing its network, within Spain and internationally.
In talks with the Junta De Andalucia in Malaga, Zhaoqui Bi highlighted the tourist authorities need to do all it can to demonstrate to Chinese visitors what the city of Malaga as well as the larger Andalucian region, is offering in the event the route will be successful.
In accordance with information supplied by airport authorities, merely 15,000 of more than 20 million visitors which go through Malaga airport terminal are Chinese.