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Property for sale Casares

Property for sale Casares

With approximately 3,000 residents, Casares, Spain, is a picture-perfect community with stunning white villages and something unique that compels visitors to park their cars and gaze or snap pictures. This picturesque Costa del Sol's white mountain town, the first between the coast and the interior, has received formal status as a Unesco World Heritage site because of its distinctive appearance. In fact, Casares is one of the must-see attractions on the Costa del Sol because of its stunning setting, densely clustered whitewashed buildings, panoramic mountainous landscape, and proximity to neighboring towns.

PROPERTIES FOR SALE IN CASARES

Casares 

ID 1408037 240 300
2 2 97 m2

Casares 

ID 1346640 5 500 000
4 4 552 m2

Casares 

ID 1346644 4 300 000
5 5 601 m2

A Comprehensive Guide to Casares Property

While many foreigners settled in the charming white village of Casares, the bulk of foreign residents now live in the region around the town, which provides a great selection of residences as well as space, solitude, and breathtaking views. Here, you may choose from a variety of homes, including fincas, farmhouses, and luxury villas. This municipality of Costa del sol is divided into two urban districts. The first is the village and its surroundings, and the second is a little sliver of Mediterranean coastline known as "Casares Costa." This residential urbanization along the mediterranean sea contains a commercial district with several bars and restaurants. Apartments and penthouses make up the majority of the properties, and summer rental demand is considerable. Continue reading as we convince you why you should buy property for sale in Casares.

Casares luxury modern villas

If you are quite the explorer, then consider these modern villas for sale, which have three to five bedrooms, three bathrooms, big terraces, and a sizable private garden. All of the villas have breathtaking 180-degree views of the African coast and are perched on a sloping south-facing slope. The property's spacious and bright interiors feature open-plan living rooms that accentuate the stunning views and natural light, floor-to-ceiling windows that open to the spacious outdoor area, and other features that heighten the impression of the vastness that the environment conveys. High-quality finishes are used throughout these residences, including fully equipped kitchens with marble countertops and state-of-the-art equipment. Electrical blinds and large closets with led lights are included in the bedrooms. The villas are only a short drive from neighboring towns and the nearest beaches, which have a blue flag status. It was extremely calm here until recently when Marina del Casares was the sole development behind the shore. Torre de la Sal, another beach, is accessible from the coastal road at the seaside community, and the Finca Cortesin, a neighboring five-star luxury hotel and spa, has a private beach club and beautiful golf courses designed by Cabell Robinson. Residents in this costa del sol area can eat delicious food at Venta Garcia, have a drink at any tapas bars, and visit the ancient castle built in roman times. A search of properties in this area will always offer you a property with a diverse history and story to tell.

Explore the Natural Beauty of Casares

Casares is attractive in a straightforward, unassuming way. It is the Spain of the past and a welcome change from the crowded, developed resorts along the shoreline below. Outdoor enthusiasts and visitors seeking to see a genuine Spanish village will both find the location appealing. From the spectacular mountain ranges of Sierra Crestellina to the adjoining natural park, "Los Reales de Sierra Bermeja," the area around the settlement is picturesque and worth visiting. Be sure to be well hydrated as this small town experiences sweltering summers and warm winters thanks to its subtropical Mediterranean climate. Temperatures in the summer average 32 C; however, sea breezes provide relief from the heat. 

Take a Walk Through the History of Casares

Around 100 kilometers from Malaga and less than 15 from the shore, the white village of Casares, costa del sol, is perched on a hilltop 435 meters above sea level and offers panoramic views of the Mediterranean sea. This town is famous for its rich history, where because of the sulfuric waters that still flow out of the nearby spring, Julius Caesar is said to have been healed of a liver complaint in the spa of la Hedionda, which is located near river Manilva. Because of this, Casares was granted permission by Julius Caesar to issue their own coins throughout the Roman Empire. Casares served as both the Strait of Gibraltar's and an entry point to Serranía de Ronda throughout the Middle Ages. As a result, it served as a cultural bastion of Al-Andalus and was crucial to the Almoravids' territorial growth. The Pact of Casares, which was signed in 1361 by Peter I of Castile and the deposed Moorish King Muhammed V, allowed the Moorish King to reclaim his throne and gave Casares to the Nasrid dynasty. Following the fall of Ronda in 1485, the town submitted to Catholic forces and was given to Rodrigo Ponce de León, Duke of Cádiz. Rodrigo's descendant, the Duke of Arcos, accepted the surrender of the rebel Moriscos on the site of the rustic parish church Iglesia de La Encarnacion, which was constructed in the 16th century. The remnants of an Arab fortress, the church of Nuestra Senora de la Encarnación from the seventeenth century, the Iglesia de San Sebastián, the caverns of Ballesteros, the caves of Hedionda, and the Sima de Los Huesos stand out among Casares rich ancient sites. Blas Infante, the creator of the Andalusian identity and the man behind the hymn and flag of this western region, was born and raised in Casares. On August 10, 1936, during the start of the Spanish Civil War, Blas Infante was slain. Locals honor Blas Infante annually on February 28 with a flower presentation and celebrate Andalusian nationalism. The Plaza de España, a community center and the location where all the main streets appear to converge is the hub of Casares. Each monument, such as the Cappuccinos and Santa Catalina, which were constructed between the 16th and 18th centuries and are now an intriguing homage to the town's past, may genuinely be said to have a narrative to tell.

Celebrate Casares Popular Festivals

The fiestas in Casares are incredibly lively and traditional. Numerous holidays are observed each year, including the one honoring the Virgin of Rosario, the town's patron saint, which is observed during the first week of September and is marked by performing the incredibly distinctive "casareno" folk dances, which are exclusive to this part of Andalusia. You can view the Costa del sol festival proceedings from any bedroom of beautiful penthouses up for sale at Casares Costa's residential area. All of the properties are open-concept, enabling enough natural light to fill the rooms. They have fitted closets, contemporary bathrooms with marble flooring, and kitchens with appliances. Large patios on the penthouses might be outfitted with Jacuzzis. A storehouse and more space may be purchased, and underground parking is included in the cost. The complex is just 5 minutes drive from the beach, Finca cortesin golf courses, Sabinillas, and the alluring Duquesa Marina. Estepona, a charming village, and the upscale Sotogrande are both about 15 minutes away, while Marbella is 25 minutes away. Gibraltar airport is 20 minutes away by car, while Malaga airport is 50 minutes away. The Western Costa del Sol has expanded with a stunning array of brand-new, fashionable projects and upgraded infrastructure. As one of the most established locations, this region satisfies almost all homeowners' needs for a luxury lifestyle or simply a fantastic investment opportunity.

Stimulate Your Taste Buds

The area surrounding Casares has no shortage of restaurants. From upscale dining to traditional and updated country ventas as well as chiringuitos by the sea, Casares has it all. Cafe bars providing "menu del dia" and platos combinados with breathtaking views of this charming Andalucian valley are situated above Casares village. With a large number of excellent restaurants and tapas bars, Casares is a center for real Spanish food. There is a lot of seafood, rice, and grilled meat on the menu, which is typical of the Andalucian area. There are a few charming village pubs in the plaza, but the best restaurants can be found up the winding road to the village on the hill, which is one of the most well-known gourmet itineraries on the Costa del Sol. If you are a lover of good food and you want to overwhelm your taste buds' sensation, then consider buying these lovely apartments for sale in Casares. These properties are situated in one of the greatest locations in the village, with close proximity to the restaurants. The home features a sizable living room with views of the Casares mountain landscape at the front door. On the same floor, there is also a kitchen with a dining area, a laundry room, and a bathroom. The bedrooms are located on the first level, are roomy and have built-in closets and windows. A lovely terrace with views of the Casares castle, the Genal Valley, the Sierra Crestellina, and the town of Casares is also located on the upper floor.

 

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Casares Costa del Sol

This Costa del sol municipality offers residents an authentic Andalusian experience with residents enjoying the golf courses, sea breeze blowing from Casares bay, views of the North African coastline, and beautiful beaches. This Costa del sol area is a hotspot for history enthusiasts, so read on as we explore this beautiful mountain village.

A Comprehensive Guide to Casares Property type

While many foreigners settled in the charming white village of Casares, the bulk of foreign residents now live in the region around the town, which provides a great selection of residences as well as space, solitude, and breathtaking views. Here, you may choose from a variety of homes, including fincas, farmhouses, and luxury villas. This municipality of Costa del sol is divided into two urban districts. The first is the village and its surroundings, and the second is a little sliver of Mediterranean coastline known as "Casares Costa." 

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This residential urbanization along the mediterranean sea contains a commercial district with several bars and restaurants. Apartments and penthouses make up the majority of the properties, and summer rental demand is considerable. Continue reading as we convince you why you should buy property for sale in Casares. IMMO ABROAD one of the larger real estate groups in Spain offers a wide selection of properties in Casares and surroundings, with over 30 years of regional experience.