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MANILVA

An area with a great connection to the sea

For those who are looking for a quiet location on the Costa del Sol, well located and with an interesting and affordable property market, Manilva is the answer. There are many reasons to live in Manilva. 

Among the most outstanding, its location, on the border of the provinces of Malaga and Cadiz; its good climate, with many days of sunshine a year and pleasant temperatures; its cheerful and friendly neighbours; and its beaches, among the best on the coast of Malaga.

 

Manilva
highlights

Iglesia Santa Ana *

This monument was originally established in 1530 by the Duke of Arcos and was one of the largest buildings in Spain. The church houses the magnificent image of Santa Ana la Vieja and the effigies of Nuestra Señora del Rosario and Santo Cristo del Mar.

Castillo de la Duquesa

Created by Francisco Paulino de Sevilla in 1767, during the rule of the Spanish King Carlos III, for the protection of the coast from invaders and intruders, customs control, and as a base for the transported by sea of the infantry, artillery and forces cavalry.

Playa Sabinillas-Colonia *

It’s a beach almost two kilometers long that includes the frontal areas of Sabinillas. It is located between the Manilva River and the Port. Also, cafeterias and restaurants are available offering a wide range of both national and international cuisine.


  • 83.9 - 136.49 m2
    Built
  • 2 - 3
    Beds
  • 2
    Bathrooms

Sea salt and palmers

Apartments
Manilva, Costa del Sol, Spain

From €268,400 - €501,600

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  • 108.9 - 152.9 m2
    Built
  • 2 - 4
    Beds
  • 2 - 3
    Bathrooms

Sea-View

Townhouses
Manilva, Costa del Sol, Spain

From €317,900 - €622,600

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  • 100.3 - 132.84 m2
    Built
  • 2 - 3
    Beds
  • 2 - 3
    Bathrooms

Solara Bay

Apartments
Manilva, Costa del Sol, Spain

From €375,000 - €557,500

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