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Manilva villa

€3.295.000

This amazing villa is located above the beaches of Casares, Manilva and Sotogrande boasting panoramic views from Marbella to Gibraltar from nearly .....

» Bedrooms: 5
» Bathrooms: 5
» Enclosed m: 75
» Terrace m: 200

» Plot m: 1200
» Pool: Private
» Garage: Yes
» Garden: Private

Ref: R2379125

     

Manilva villa

€2.750.000

A spacious stone built Cortijo, Circa 1760 listed as one of historical importance, situated in 9,500 square metres with views overlooking the Medit.....

» Bedrooms: 6
» Bathrooms: 6
» Enclosed m: 772
» Terrace m:

» Plot m: 9500
» Pool: Private
» Garage:
» Garden: Private

Ref: R2844956

     

Manilva property for sale

€2.700.000

Property in Manilva. Charming unique Cortijo dating from the 18th century, amazing original features blend with recent renovations, making this spe.....

» Bedrooms: 6
» Bathrooms: 7
» Enclosed m: 500
» Terrace m: 40

» Plot m: 9500
» Pool: Private
» Garage: Open
» Garden: Private

Ref: R894591

     

Property in Manilva

€2.300.000

Beautiful private villa with a lot of character, soul and endless possibilities. Situated in private, quiet and well established area within La Duq.....

» Bedrooms: 8
» Bathrooms: 6
» Enclosed m: 783
» Terrace m:

» Plot m: 3233
» Pool: Private
» Garage: Yes
» Garden: Private

Ref: R2547197

     

Manilva villa

€1.190.000

Fantastic luxury detached villa recently finished to an exceptional high standard. Its elevated south facing position demands spectacular sea and Cos.....

» Bedrooms: 4
» Bathrooms: 3
» Enclosed m: 270
» Terrace m:

» Plot m: 880
» Pool: Private, heated
» Garage: Yes
» Garden: Private

Ref: R129372

     

Property in Manilva

€1.190.000

A most attractive villa of high quality with a pretty colonial style has become available in the sought after area of La Paloma de Manilva, providing.....

» Bedrooms: 4
» Bathrooms: 4
» Enclosed m: 391
» Terrace m: 48

» Plot m: 1045
» Pool: Private
» Garage: Covered
» Garden: Private

Ref: R2776427

     

Manilva property

€950.000

Manilva property. Modern style and very atractive villa in excellent position, south east facing, very private and with stunning sea views of the coa.....

» Bedrooms: 5
» Bathrooms: 5
» Enclosed m: 493
» Terrace m: 71

» Plot m: 800
» Pool: Private
» Garage: Street
» Garden: Private

Ref: R144013

     

Manilva property

€895.000

Manilva property. 4 bedroom villa for sale in Manilva situated above the beaches of Casares, Manilva and Sotogrande with stunning panoramic views of .....

» Bedrooms: 4
» Bathrooms: 4
» Enclosed m: 285
» Terrace m: 180

» Plot m: 1000
» Pool: Private
» Garage: Cover
» Garden: Private

Ref: R2491262

     

Property in Manilva

€800.000

Property in Manilva. Beautiful villa, excellent quality, excellent location. The villa is just 200 mts from the popular Puerto de La Duquesa, where o.....

» Bedrooms: 4
» Bathrooms: 4
» Enclosed m: 370
» Terrace m:

» Plot m: 850
» Pool: Private
» Garage: Private
» Garden: Private

Ref: R18298

     

Manilva property

€765.000

Manilva property. Modern Andalucian style villa with incredible panoramic views of the Mediterranean Sea, located in the sought after residential nei.....

» Bedrooms: 4
» Bathrooms: 4
» Enclosed m: 427
» Terrace m: 107

» Plot m: 852
» Pool: Private
» Garage: Yes
» Garden: Private

Ref: R2775467

     

One of the most charming aspects of Manilva is that, despite its prime location on the coast, there is a refreshing lack of anonymous sky-scraper construction. Therefore, although tourists are just starting to discover the village (with good reason), it remains intrinsically Spanish. The majority of residents live in the commercial centre which covers just two square kilometers.

Within the municipality of Manilva there are several communities. The white village of Manilva itself is located a few kilometers inland from the little fishing village on the coast known as San Luis de Sabinillas or just Sabinillas for short. To the west of Sabinillas there is a quiet yachting marina called Puerto Duquesa with its surrounding residential area and golf course. To the west again is another small fishing hamlet called Castillo de la Duquesa after the castle still found there. West along the coast there are various housing developments as far as Punta Chullera.

The municipality covers an area of 35 square kilometers. There are about 17,000 full time residents and a further 14,000 who reside here on a temporary basis or have holiday homes. The economy of Manilva is based on agriculture and fishing and, more recently, tourism.

The area's agriculture mainly consists of crops grown near the river bed and valleys. The river Manilva is the eastern boundary of the municipality. Grapes consist of a large proportion of the crop - used for the well-known locally produced sweet wines which keep badly and are best drunk when new.

The town has a fascinating history which dates back to Roman times and still today there are some remarkably well-preserved Roman Sulphur baths and an Aqueduct. The Moors who favoured this location left and the town gradually faded away. In the 16th century the towns of Malaga, Marbella and Ronda were concerned that the coastline to the south of them was unprotected so they offered free land to poorer peasants in the north of Spain. There had to be a catch, indeed there was. Their area was still subject to raids from Moorish and Turkish pirates. To give the new arrivals a fighting chance of surviving a village was sited on a small hill 3km inland.

Because it is simple and unpretentious, Manilva is often overlooked. Although a healthy growing village tourists tend to give it a miss as they rush south on the coast road which does not pass through the village.

To reach the village turn off the A7 (N340) at km 145 on to the A377 in the village of San Luis de Sabinillas. Only 300m on the left hand side notice the municipal tourist office is located in the quaint Villa Matilde, (Monday to Friday from 8.00 to 15.00) and flanked with tall palm trees.

There are many opportunities in the Autumn to buy grapes or raisins by the roadside. On any day you can stop on the bend up to the village to buy some of the best fresh vegetables in the area from the local co-operatives. Look out for the sign "Verduras Pascual".

When you reach the village at the top of the hill park the car and saunter on into the pedestrianised main street, Calle Mar.

If you approach from the Toll Motorway junction or Gaucin to the north, your entrance is dilapidated to say the least. Keep one eye on the road and the other on the magnificent view whilst you skirt round the village to park you car on the far side.

If the summer sun is too hot sit down on a bench in the shade and watch the world go by. Otherwise pass the Town Hall on the left hand side and turn left down Calle Inglesia. Pass the Casa de la Cultura which may feature an exhibition. Continue to the parish church of Santa Ana.

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