The best estate agent in Nueva Andalucia

Puerto Banus. Image - Tomas Fano

FINDING a new home – whether it’s your forever base or a home away from home where you can enjoy your holidays  – can be an exciting but time-consuming process. That’s why the Euro Weekly News has found the best estate agent in one of Spain’s most sought after locations – Nueva Andalucia, Marbella on the Costa del Sol – making finding your dream home that little bit easier.

Created in the late 1960s and built by Jose Banus, the architect of Puerto Banus, the luxurious residential area of Nueva Andalucia offers quiet and peaceful residential living close to the glitz and glamour of Marbella.

Nueva Andalucia offers superb real estate to purchase or rent, a tremendous selection of restaurants, services, five golf courses – three of which have hosted European Tour Championships – a top International school, gyms, a bullring which has been converted into a concert venue with restaurants, shops and more.

Nueva Andalucia offers something special for everyone and is an ideal place to settle permanently with or without a family or just to enjoy a special holiday – with the added bonus of having Puerto Banus Yacht Harbour with excellent beaches and beach restaurants just 5 minutes away!

For these reasons, thousands of people visit Nueva Andalucia every year, either to buy or rent.  But if you’re thinking of making the move, or are just looking for an agent in the area, where do you start?

This handy guide will tell you everything you need to know about why Nueva Andalucia is one of the most sought-after areas on the Costa del Sol, and the best estate agent around who will guide you through everything you need to know about making the move to the area.

 


The best real estate agent in Nueva Andalucia

 

Our recommendation

Wasa Real Estate

Established in 1982, Wasa Real Estate in Nueva Andalucia, Marbella, is a trusted and highly experienced Scandinavian boutique real estate agency specialising in the sale of premium properties in Nueva Andalucia, Puerto Banus, Golden Mile and La Zagaleta as well as a selection of exceptional properties on the New Golden Mile towards Estepona.

In 2012, Peter Jacobsen purchased the Trademark, after working at the company for 18 years as a sales director and then a partner, and then steered the company in a new direction.

With a wealth of knowledge of the local market and extensive experience, Peter turned the company into the ideal partner for clients, offering a bespoke, personal service, integrity and trust to make the journey to finding the right property in Nueva Andalucia a painless and stress-free experience.

Known in the area as a trusted and reliable real estate agency, with around 35 per cent of their business being via referrals from previous clients, Wasa Real Estate also has an in-house lawyer for any legal requirements and who also specialises in the Golden Visa programme for non-EU citizens.

They can also help with referrals to reputable, established interior designers, architects, builders and more when moving to Nueva Andalucia.

To speak one of the experienced team at Wasa Real Estate about moving to Nueva Andalucia, visit the office located on Conjunto Casaño local 5-6 Avda. Manolete s/n 29660 Nueva Andalucia Marbella.

You can also call 952 818 875 / 607 818 002 or email via [email protected]

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Nueva Andalucia real estate prices

 

So, now you know the best estate agent to help you with your search, let’s answer the question that everyone wants to know when looking for a new home – what are the prices of properties in Nueva Andalucia?

Buying a property in Nueva Andalucia not only offers you a life drenched in sunshine but many other benefits. It has a thriving property market with various property types to suit single people, couples, families and retirees.

A two-bedroom penthouse in Nueva Andalucia will cost from around €600,000 while a four-bedroom villa in the area known as Altos de Rodeo will cost from around €800,000.

Luxury villas start at a minimum of one million euros, and the most expensive are on a par with those in other luxury areas of Marbella such as Nagueles and the Golden Mile.

 


Property types in Nueva Andalucia

 

Most of the properties in Nueva Andalucia offer spacious living and are in the typical Mediterranean style. Apartments tend to be situated in gated communities with a communal pool, lush gardens and are mostly low-rise. There are also townhouse developments available and they are usually in purposefully built complexes.

Villas, however, are the most common property type in Nueva Andalucia. These are often situated on large plots, they usually have multiple bedrooms and boast incredible views of the area. Lots of the villas in Nueva Andalucia have frontline golf positions and come in a range of styles – from typical Andalucian to modern architecture.

The Western area of the residential complex is built on a natural ridge of land and includes the less expensive properties, including La Campana village and La Torre de Andalucia.

The Eastern section of Nueva Andalucia includes larger villas and some areas of apartments to the east of the natural ridge, as well as the “Golf Valley” with the famous Las Brisas, Los Naranjos and Aloha golf courses.

Other urbanisations include Albatross Hill, Vista Real, Señoria de Gonzaga, Lago de los Tortugas, Alimar de Marbella, Sierra Park Club, Los Arrayanes, Aloha Golf Apartments, Aloha Hill Club, Aloha Park, Peñablanca (Aloha Golf Club), Las Alamandas, Los Naranjos de Marbella, 9 Lions Residences, La Alzambra and Los Granados Golf.

 


Getting to Nueva Andalucia

 

Now that you know all about the property types available, the prices and the best estate agent to help you find your dream property, let’s have a closer look at what Nueva Andalucia has to offer.

Nueva Andalucia is ideally located behind Puerto Banus, just ten minutes drive from the popular Marbella. It stretches as far north as the AP-7 toll highway, west to the Guadaiza River and east to Rio Verde.

The closest airport to Nueva Andalucia is Malaga Airport which is just 29 miles away.

Estate Agent Nueva Andalucia


The climate in Nueva Andalucia

 

Nueva Andalucia has a temperate Mediterranean climate that is strongly influenced by the Mediterranean sea, making it an all-year-round destination. The mild weather is a popular draw for those looking at moving to Spain and the long stretch of stunning coastline lined with bars, restaurants and cafes make Nueva Andalucia the perfect place to enjoy the beautiful weather.

Moving to Nueva Andalucia
Image – Jelger

 

The main attractions of Nueva Andalucia

 

The peaceful atmosphere in this area lends itself well to outdoor activities and sports. Golf is incredibly popular here and you will find some of the best golf courses in Marbella. Those who play tennis and paddle will also be spoilt for choice and nature lovers have a range of mountain hikes and beaches on their doorstep. At night, Casino Marbella in Nueva Andalucia offers live entertainment with some of the bars in the neighbourhood offering live music. 

Here are some of the best things to do when you move to Nueva Andalucia.

1. Tee off under the Mediterranean sun

There are several golf courses around the Nueva Andalucia area, all boasting incredible views of the coast and the surrounding areas – so there’s no shortage of places for golf enthusiasts to spend time on the tee!

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Image – Banus Executive Golf

2. Enjoy the many superb restaurants in the area

Nueva Andalucia is renowned for its wonderful selection of high-quality bars and restaurants, as well as its close proximity to the superb restaurants in Puerto Banus where you will find eateries with incredible views of the port. The area offers cuisine to suit everyone, from sushi to French fine-dining, Italian pizzas to typical Mediterranean tapas.

Nueva Andalucia
Image – Restaurante La Bocana

3. Explore the charming old town of Marbella

The charming old town of Marbella is home to beautiful whitewashed buildings, balconies draped in flowers and narrow, winding streets leading to lots of restaurants and bars with terraces to enjoy the sun. The old town of Marbella has an authentic Andalucian feel with lots of unique shops and great places to eat, especially the Plaza de los Naranjos which is known for its beautiful orange trees.

Nueva Andalucia
Plaza de los Naranjos. Image – Mark Gilbert

4. Discover the many shopping areas

Nueva Andalucia is conveniently located for those who enjoy shopping. You will find Marbella’s El Corte Ingles and surrounding boutiques with beautiful one-off pieces just a few minutes drive from Nueva Andalucia. There is also a Saturday market in Centro Plaza offering a wide variety of stalls from fresh produce to homeware and clothing.

Nueva Andalucia
Image – Centro Plaza

5. Be entertained at Marbella Arena

A unique cultural and entertainment space located in the old bullring of Nueva Andalucia de Marbella, this multidisciplinary and intercultural space located in the heart of Puerto Banus has a capacity for 5,300 people and hosts international concerts, opera, circus, sporting, corporate and institutional events, among others.

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Image – Marbella Arena

Schools in Nueva Andalucia

 

When moving to a new location, making sure there are some great schools is essential, and Nueva Andalucia has many reputable schools in the area including the prestigious Aloha College Marbella.

Marbella is also home to excellent international schools including The British School of Marbella (English) and Colegio Alborán (bilingual).


Important contacts

 

Moving somewhere new is exciting but it’s important to know the contact information for the emergency services.

That’s why we have included some information on important contacts when moving to Nueva Andalucia.

Emergency services, including health, fire and police: 112

National police: 091

Local police: 092


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Laura Kemp

Originally from UK, Laura is based in Axarquia and is a writer for the Euro Weekly News covering news and features. Got a news story you want to share? Then get in touch at [email protected]euroweeklynews.com.

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