1 bedroom Apartment in Rincón de la Victoria

Apartment Unfurnished
51 m2

1 bedroom Apartment in Rincón de la Victoria

Newly built apartments in Rincón de la Victoria with wonderful sea views.

Time for a new phase of these high quality homes with wonderful sea views, 34 apartments with a large sunny terrace and a sea view that no one can take away from you. It is rare to find such high located apartments and at the same time, so close to the beach. The beach is only a 6 minute walk away, where you will also find restaurants and other services.

The 34 apartments are being built in three buildings, with buildings 1 and 3 facing south, and building 2 facing more east. However, all apartments have a wonderful sea view with plenty of sun. There are apartments with 1, 2 and 3 bedrooms. The apartments with 2 and 3 bedrooms, have 2 bathrooms. The price includes a fully equipped open plan kitchen, full air conditioning, garage and storage room.

If you have always dreamed of a home with stunning views of the Mediterranean, then these newly built high-rise apartments in Rincón de la Victoria are for you. Here you can enjoy the peace and tranquillity, yet have all amenities close at hand. There are large communal areas with a swimming pool to cool off in, as well as a pool for the little ones.

Very good communications to the area, less than 30 minutes by car to Malaga airport or Malaga City. Please get in touch to visit the area with us, the views and surroundings must be experienced on site. Construction is expected to start in March 2022 and be completed in December 2023.

Local residents have described Rincon de la Victoria as a ‘dormitory town’, as situated just 12 kilometres east of Malaga, in the southwest area of the Axarquia, it provides a convenient base for those who work in Malaga city, but prefer a relatively peaceful fishing community life, as opposed to a permanent dwelling in the busier city. In fact many Spanish families have second homes here and come from inland towns and cities including Madrid, Cordoba and Seville to spend the summer holidays by the coast.

The municipality of Rincon also incorporates the neighbouring fishing village of La Cala del Moral and the charming inland village of Benagalbon and is part of the scenic routes of the raisin and the sun and avocado.

The town has seen a fair amount of development and building growth in the last few years, with urbanisations and apartment complexes springing up everywhere. The popularity of the town during the summer months means that during summer the population of approximately 26,000 literally triples overnight.

For the remainder of the year, Rincon de la Victoria, is a fairly laid-back town, with a good choice of bars, restaurants, and facilities for the holidaymaker.

Rincon de la Victoria has an exceptionally lively seafront promenade, locals taking their daily stroll, cyclists and joggers, all jostling along the seafront walkway. There are popular walks along the seafront along to La Cala and to the shrine of the Virgen del Carmen, the town’s patron saint, which is embedded in a rock at the western point of the beach. The route to La Cala takes you through tunnels, cut out of the cliff face, up steps and along a very scenic route.

Overlooking the town at the westernmost point is a Moorish watchtower, which affords sweeping views to the sandy beach and coastline.

For culture lovers, Rincon de la Victoria has its fair share of cultural monuments and attractions, including the Casa Fuerte (Fort), which has been developed into an art gallery and concert hall. The building dates back to 1733, to the reign of Carlos III, and was used as a defensive post against attacks from English pirates.

The famous Cuerva del Tesoro (Treasure Cave) is worth a visit, it’s located just outside of Rincon de la Victor, in the urban area of El Cantal and contains a series of caverns with stalagmites, stalactites, underground water pools and Palaeolithic wall paintings.

In early September Rincon de la Victoria plays host to the annual Festival de la Boqueron (Anchovy Festival), during which thousands of kilos of anchovies are cooked and enjoyed by locals and visitors.

Rincon de la Victoria enjoys a sub-tropical Mediterranean climate, with hot summers and warm winters. Cooling breezes from the sea make the summer heat manageable, temperatures are an average of 32 ºC in summer.

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