Malaga, Spain, March 28, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Today, the Costa Del Sol is not only a fashionable tourist destination, but also a place where many Europeans – most of them English, German and Russian - have decided to take up residence.
It has been a long time since gastronomy and the sun were the only allure to visit the Málaga area. Ample golf courses, an extensive range of leisure activities and stunning luxury estates are other attractions that have drawn more people to live in the province. One of the most acclaimed lifestyles in the Costa del Sol is offered by the Monte Mayor Estate. This is a luxury residence in the town of Benahavis, located 15 minutes from Marbella and Estepona resorts.
This estate spans over 330 hectares and offers the opportunity to relax within the tranquillity and beauty of its natural surroundings, as well as being in close proximity to all the activities that the Costa Del Sol has to offer, such as golf courses, amusement parks, shopping, beach clubs and nightlife. Furthermore, La Heredia de Monte Mayor is also found within this luxury development. La Heredia is an award winning urbanisation comprised of 53 exclusive homes, which boast spectacular sea and mountain views. However, Monte Mayor also offers the possibility to purchase villa plots and residential land for anyone who is looking for the ideal investment opportunity.
This example of the balance between serenity and bustle is what most people are looking for when they decide to settle on the Costa Del Sol. In 2013, the population grew at 0.73% within the province, which equates to 12,000 inhabitants more than last year. This increase was largely due to the people who settled in and around the coastal towns. The locations with the highest population increase were Mijas, Benalmádena, Fuengirola and Marbella.
This data shows the power of the attraction of the Costa del Sol thanks to its good climate and cosmopolitan character.
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