In recent years the city of Malaga has undergone a true modernization & rejuvenation.
International investors and main hotel chains have chosen this city for their projects.
The city’s historic center attracts more visitors than ever to its handsome streets, fine museums, vibrant gastronomic scene and lively streets bustling with cafés, tapas bars and shops.
As the birthplace of Pablo Picasso, one of Malaga’s main attractions is the museum dedicated to him that’s housed within the beautifully restored Buena Vista Palace.
Malaga hasn’t just come on as a cultural destination; it’s now also one of the foremost gastronomical destinations in Spain. From humble tapas to Michelin star restaurants; it’s worth visiting the city, just to savor its restaurant scene.
Of course, the first thing that comes to mind when thinking of Spanish cuisine is tapas, and Malaga has taken this to another level. Much of which is fish and shellfish-focused, due to its Mediterranean location.
This Finca Hacienda has 83,000 square meters of pure nature. The owners bought it back in 1986 and since then have dedicated their efforts to turning it into a privileged botanical garden that currently houses 125 species and has received several awards.
Exquisitely designed and decorated, this traditional Andalusian Fina is a retreat to ultimate luxury, privacy and style, with jaw-dropping views that stretch down the Malaga city, over the Mediterranean, and into northern Africa.
At times evoking the traditions of Andalucía, and at others exuding a wholly modern ambience, the property feels like a lived-in, supremely comfortable and yet still refined art museum. It is an elegant space of fine tastes and everyday comforts, minutes to the sea but miles from the ordinary.
Bedroom 1: Bathroom with tub overlooking the garden
Bedroom 2: Master suite with Queen Size bed, Jacuzzi, terrace, sea views
Bedroom 3: Queen Size bed and bathroom-bathtub, sea views
Bedroom 4: Queen Size bed with bathroom - bathtub
Bedroom 5: - family-kids suite (two floors) with two beds above – and another bed below bathroom with bathtub, and sea views
Basement: Room 6: staff quarters
ROOMS FEATURES AND AMENITIES
Fully equipped kitchen with breakfast table
Formal dining area with seating for 10