Apartments, from 399’000 € / up to 100 % financeLuxurious two, three and four bedroom apartments. All living rooms are spacious, with extra large window fronts to allow maximum light into the apartments.
Apartments starting at 120 m2
to 167 m2
with terraces ranging from 30 m2
to 190 m2
. The four bedroom apartments are exceptionally designed for a live-in maid or nanny.
Alminar apartments are equipped to the highest of standards including extras like: Fully fitted kitchen with all electro domestics by Siemens Laundry area with both washing machine and tumble drier by Siemens Marble flooring throughout the apartments All master bathrooms have a hydro massage bath Built-in wardrobes with furnished and lighted interiors Windows in white lacquered aluminum, double glazing for thermal insulation
OutdoorsAlminar de Marbella boasts a unique combination of magnificent natural surroundings and landscaped gardens of over 13,000 square meters. The spectacular swimmingpool area is completed with sun loungers, umbrellas and a fabulous barbeque deck. The urbanization is surrounded by a picturesque natural lake and green forest area.
Designed by a renowned team of top architects, the exceptional plot area comprises altogether 26,000 square meters of tranquility and luxurious Mediterranean atmosphere. The safety of the residents is ensured with 24-hour highly sophisticated security system.
Alminar is located in Nueva Andalucia, 2 km north of Puerto Banús yachting harbor. Nueva Andalucia is one of the largest and most exclusive areas on Costa del Sol with a superb infrastructure and luxury developments surrounded by stunning mountain scenery.
Alminar project is situated in the heart of the area, offering numerous top restaurants, high-end shops and boutiques as well as mile long beach only minutes away. The area is also called Golf Valley due to the five exclusive golf courses Aloha Golf, Los Naranjos, La Quinta, Las Brisas and La Dama de Noche all located in close proximity
Marbella in the Future
Plans have been approved for a new marina in the Spanish resort of Marbella, designed to rival the appeal of nearby Puerto Banús.
“Thanks to a consortium led by Qatari Sheikh Abdullah ben Nasser Al-Thani, current owner of Málaga Football Club, the fishing port of La Bajadilla, 8km to the east of central Marbella, has been rubber stamped for a €400 million makeover,” says Sarah Drane, managing director of the local marketing company Purple Cake Factory.
“Puerto Banus is the catwalk of the Costa del Sol,” Drane told OPP this week, “attracting up to five million visitors each year.”
And, despite the “915 berths” it offers for a huge flotilla of yachts and speedboats, Drane believes that the area is now “set to face some serious competition from a none-too-distant neighbour.” The plans that have been drawn up for the new marina, show 500 berths arranged on a circular pier, pierced by a 200m-long quayside for cruise liners. There will be a waterfront five-star hotel as well as a raft of bars, restaurants and shops, all designed to catapult La Bajadilla into the spotlight. “With the Marbella Town Hall holding a 3% stake in the project, the marina is obliged to be ‘emblematic’ in order to attract elite clientele and is being billed as the most important urban development in Marbella’s history,” Drane told OPP.
“Puerto Banús has every reason to worry that one day it will be outshone.” Local developer Hadleigh Bolt, Director of www.boltpropertygroup.com which builds luxury on the nearby La Zagaleta country estate, located 20km from Marbella, agrees. “I am a huge fan of Marbella and believe that it’s symbolic of this prestigious coastline,” he told OPP. “Marbella’s Golden Mile is where it all began back in the 1950s when the five-star Marbella Club Hotel first opened its doors and today the area needs to up the ante to once more compete with the best resorts on the Côte d’Azur and Amalfi coastline.” “This new marina is a great initiative and I believe it’s a correct decision to create a fresh new landmark for Marbella rather than to simply remodel near-neighbour Puerto Banús.” And, he added, “with the old industrial estate set to be demolished and the AVE high speed rail link destined to stretch to Marbella in the not too distant future – Port Al Thani will undoubtedly change the face of Marbella.”
The developers have produced a video of the new marina scheme, which they have titled Port Al Thani in Marbella. If you would like to see it, go to YouTube - PROYECTO 3D AMPLIACION PUERTO DEPORTIVO.