3 bedroom Townhouse in Almuñécar

Townhouse Unfurnished
101 m2

3 bedroom Townhouse in Almuñécar

Well maintained bright terraced house in Almuñécar with large terrace and lovely views of the sea and mountains, located only five minutes walk to the beach and the area’s large communal pool.
Located in Urbanizacion El Tesorillo, a quiet gated community with easy access to access roads. A lockable private garage is included in the price and is adjacent to the house. The house is located at the top, so you have no neighbours.

The house has three good sized bedrooms and two bathrooms with bath and shower, all bedrooms have built in wardrobes. A large living room with fireplace and a fully equipped kitchen, with both dishwasher and washing machine. The living room is adjacent to the large terrace, where you can sit and enjoy the tranquility and the view while having a good dinner. Total area is 101 sqm and includes the terrace.

The surrounding area offers restaurants, cafes, supermarket and beautiful beaches. The centre of Almuñécar is a 25 minute walk away and by car it takes only 5 minutes, offering everything you could need. Almuñécar is one hour from Malaga Airport by car, and there are regular bus services from Malaga to Almuñécar. An 18-hole golf course is located just outside Salobreña’s central town and takes just under 20 minutes by car. During the winter months, Granada and skiing in the Sierra Nevada, the best of both worlds, are only an hour and a half away.

This town has bags of bona fide Spanish charm, a sub-tropical climate and an abundance of outdoor activities for explorers young and old.

Almuñécar has a fascinating historical past. This is very much in evidence in the Old Town, an attractive mix of typical Andalusian houses, bars, shops and al fresco restaurants among its small squares and steep, winding lanes. Founded by the Phoenicians who set up a fish curing industry here, it has a working Roman aqueduct, the medieval Castle of San Miguel, an architectural museum in a cave house; a Columbarium (a family pantheon) and the remains of a Phoenician fish salting factory.

Situated on a hill between two rivers and backed by the glorious Sierra Nevada mountains, the town is short on flat building land, so there are no large apartment blocks like those one the Spanish coast. Combine that with the pale grey, shingle-sanded beaches, you get a different type of tourist. The rocky outcrops, small coves and headlands are popular with divers, the cliffs of Maro Cerro Gordo are popular with hikers and the river Rio Verde is great for canoeing. You can ski in the winter and bathe in the waters of Playa de San Cristobal in the summer.

There’s an alternative vibe to some of the beach bars that thrum with lifelong into the summer nights and thriving art galleries in the mostly pedestrianised town.

The subtropical climate and verdant valleys are home to a cache of tropical crops from mangos to avocados and kiwis to figs. Many of which feature in the local cuisine, with cactus ice cream and almond desserts regional specialities.

There is an established expat community in Almuñécar, a mix of mostly British and Scandinavians. Although the high season is abuzz with tourists, the town significantly quietens down from October to April.

This is a town for lovers of traditional, whitewashed villas. Great value apartments are available in nearby urbanisations like the Costa Banana, which is only 10 minutes’ walk to the centre of town and 15 minutes’ walk to the beach of San Cristobal.

There is a post office and police station in town and plenty of choices of banks, gyms, playgrounds and supermarkets. Olivares on Calle Mariana Pineda stocks international supermarket brands and the indoor municipal market sells local produce between 9am and 2pm Monday to Saturday.

Málaga airport is closer than Granada airport but both are about a 90 minute drive. Both towns and airports are accessible by bus to and from Almuñécar town centre.

Centro de Salud de Almuñécar Medical and Health Center and Centro de Salud La Herradura are the Health Centre options. There is a 24-hour emergency service at Intermedical Suarez Saavedra Almuñécar. You’ll find bilingual doctors at the Vithas Salud Almuñécar private clinic.

Cost of Living
Produce is in abundance here, so eating out and purchasing groceries is much cheaper than Northern Europe. Housing, food and personal care (pharmacies, hairdressing, cosmetics etc.) are even better value than Málaga or Marbella, for example.

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