Antequera is a medium sized prosperous town located approximately 35 km. north of Málaga. It is a town rich in history and surrounded by stunning nature. Living here mean enjoying rustic Andalucía combined with the proximity of a vivid city and at easy reach of Málaga city with its culture, the beaches and the airport.
About the area
At a 40 minute drive from the airport of Málaga you will find the authentic Andalusian village of Álora. The village is nestled in between the rocks and topped by the ruins of a Moorish castle. Álora’s history goes way back. It was founded 79 BC by the Phoenicians, later on inhabited by the Romans and the Moors and eventually in 1484 reconquered by the Christians.
Jimena de la Frontera is a lovely white village in the province of Cadiz, very conveniently located at a 20 minute drive from the Coast, the beaches and up market urbanisation Sotogrande with an international school and fabulous golf courses. Jimena’s history goes way back to the Phoenicians and the Romans.
Estepona is a lovely bubbling authentic Andalusian town at the sea front, with a very chilled atmosphere. The mountain range protecting the back of the city forms a fantastic setting for some stunning country villas that combine country living with the facilities of a town at a 10 minute drive …
El Burgo is a delightful Andalusian village located at 25 minute drive from Ronda and an hour’s drive from Málaga. The natural setting is breathtaking. Property is set in olive groves or vineyards and mountain ranges can be seen wherever the eye goes. It is a popular area to have a (second) country home on a large Finca to enjoy country life, horse riding and hunting.
The old city of Carmona is located at approximately 30 km from Seville. It is a delightful and beautiful city rich of monuments and history. The richness of the area is reflected in the stunning old Cortijos and country estates that you will find around the city. Farming and horsebreeding are still important activities on the outskirts of the town.