Tucked away in the mountain range above Marbella you will find the stunning resort La Zagaleta. Combining living in absolute privacy, in the middle of the countryside with the highest standard of luxury and service is what makes La Zagaleta unique. In Zagaleta we offer you some of the best luxury villas available for sale.
We offer a variety of property for sale in Zagaleta near the south as well as the north entrance. All properties offer amazing country and sea views. And some offer the most spectacular panoramica views over the coast, the rock of Gibraltar and the Atlas mountains.
Facilities and services in La Zagaleta
La Zagaleta resort offers 2 private golf courses, a private equestrian club with 23 stables and 4 rings. The Zagaleta members have their own clubhouse and the organisation offers all services to make life easy. You can count on them for maintenance and key-services, administration, assistance in medical care, shopping services, full catering service, private chaufeurs, secretary service. Basically they will provide what you ask them to do.
Wining & Dining around La Zagaleta
In La Zagaleta’s clubhouse you will find 2 excellent restaurants and a snackbar. They also count with a large party room. If you prefer to entertain your guests in your own villa, a full catering servioce can be provided. Just outside the resort you will find another excellent restaurant El Coto and ofcourse on the foot of your mountain, in Puerto Banús and Marbella you have a wide range of restaurants and bars that provide superb food and an entertaining ambiance.
Leisure activities in La Zagaleta
You wouldn’t even have to leave the resort. La Zagaleta itself offers horse riding, golf, hunting, fishing. The clubhouse counts with a bowling alley, a billiard room and a large pool. A tennis and paddle club is nearby and strolling down the mountain in your car you will find water sport activities in the Marbella and Puerto Banús marina, famous beach clubs like Nikki beach, Puro beach club and Buddha Beach to mention some.
Oscar Ernstsen | 2nd December 2011