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Houses for Sale in Andalucía, Spain

Spain Homes offers a wide variety of houses for sale in Andalucía including bungalow, detached, semi-detached, townhouse and etc. Call us to buy a villa in Andalucia, Spain! Find homes in Andalucia by using the filters on the left side to refine your search.

Luxury Lifestyle Villas with Stunning Views in Marbella

Malaga, Andalucia

Independent villas offering luxury lifestyle are located in Marbella, Costa del Sol. Modern villas offer private pools, walk-in dressing rooms, spacious lounge areas and fully equipped kitchens

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from € 2.738.000 VIEW DETAILS AGP-0360

Contemporary Villas in Marbella with Sea, Golf and Mountain Views

Malaga, Andalucia

3 bedroom modern villas are ideally located in Marbella, Costa del Sol. Villas with high ceilings have spacious gardens with private pools and are in a secure and gated community.

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from € 895.000 VIEW DETAILS AGP-0358

Modern Townhouses for Spanish Style Living in Estepona

Malaga, Andalucia

Townhouses with private terrace and parking are located in Estepona, Costa del Sol. The exclusive Club House offers indoor and outdoor pools, sauna, social area and a cafeteria for its residents

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from € 260.000 VIEW DETAILS AGP-0355

Frontline Golf Villas with Luxury Features in Marbella

Malaga, Andalucia

The Mediterranean style villas are located in Marbella, Costa del Sol, close to the beach and frontline to the golf. Luxury villas offer a jacuzzi, a fully fitted kitchen, landscaped gardens and pool.

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from € 825.000 VIEW DETAILS AGP-0352

Modern and Luxurious Design Villa with Sea View in Estepona

Malaga, Andalucia

The off-plan villa is located in Estepona, Costa del Sol. The private villa with sea view is surrounded by all kinds of amenities like golf courses, restaurants, sandy beaches and branded shops.

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from € 950.000 VIEW DETAILS AGP-0351

Energy Efficient Twin Houses with Private Pool in Marbella

Malaga, Andalucia

Contemporary houses with the highest technology in the installation are located in Marbella, Costa del Sol. The private housing complex has communal areas like pools, co-working areas and playground

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from € 630.000 VIEW DETAILS AGP-0349

Unique Villas for Luxury Life in Estepona, Costa del Sol

Malaga, Andalucia

Stylish design villas with sea view are nestled between mountains and golf in Estepona, Costa del Sol. Villas are built with highest quality materials and have large terraces with pool and garden

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from € 1.100.000 VIEW DETAILS AGP-0346

3 Bedroom Sea View Houses in Estepona Next to Golf Courses

Malaga, Andalucia

Sea view houses are located in Estepona, walking distance to social club facilities. With a southwest orientation and open view, houses on Costa del Sol enjoy plenty of natural light and charm.

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from € 380.000 VIEW DETAILS AGP-0343

Luxury and Modern Homes for Sale in Andalucia, Spain

Andalucia is located on Spain’s southern coast and famously holds the title to one of Europe’s sunniest destinations. With over three thousand hours of annual sunshine, it’s no wonder the Spanish Autonomous Community of Andalucia is Spain’s most visited tourist destination.

And where there’s year-round sunshine with beautiful blue flag beaches, you’ll find holiday homes in Andalucia popular with sun-loving investors. At Spain Homes the demand for villas in Andalucia is a constant; especially near coastal areas and popular tourist sites.

Luxury Homes for Sale in Andalucia, Spain

Did you know that Andalucia is home to forty-six UNESCO world heritage sites?

Land for Sale for Finca Villas in Andalucia, Spain

The combination of sunshine, history and heritage are but a few of the attractions that see Andalucia constantly breaking tourism records. Fortunately that means strong demand for , particularly near popular tourist attractions where Finca villas are desired for holiday rentals and investment.

Spain’s Most Palatial Home in Andalucia

And no article about Andalucia would be complete without mention of Spain’s most visited tourist attraction and UNESCO World Heritage Site, the magnificent Alhambra. This stunning palace and fortress complex is one of the most emblematic monuments of Islamic architecture. Alhambra is so popular that visitors are welcomed in limited numbers per day: 3300 in the morning, and 3300 in the afternoon. The Alhambra Palace is the most visited monument in Spain, and therefore, tickets must be booked in advance.

The Alhambra Palace, commonly referred to as simply “Alhambra” originates from the name of the Arabic word “the red” as characterised by the reddish colour of the rammed earth used to build the outer walls. The Alhambra was built between 1238 and 1358 during the reign of Ibnal-Ahmar, founder of the Nasrid dynasty and his successors. Muslims at the time, the name “Moors” is commonly used today in Spain to refer to the Muslim inhabitants of the Maghreb, the Iberian Peninsula, Sicily, and Malta during the Middle Ages. The Moors initially were the indigenous Maghrebine Berbers, however the name was also later applied to Arabs.

The Alhambra Palace is strategically constructed in an optimum location on a plateau overlooking the city for tactical advantage to guard against invaders at the time. From such viewpoint, you can see the entire city of Granada below and many of the homes in Andalucia for as far as the eye can see. The sheer size of Alhambra means there are many vantage points in the city of Granada where you can see the grandeur of the palace from below. Alhambra defines Granada’s landscape and is visible from most locations in the city, especially during winter months where the background of snow capped mountains form picture-perfect postcard images of the Alhambra Palace.

The Alhambra Palace is situated in an area of natural outstanding beauty. The plateau upon which the Alhambra was built overlooks the townhouses in Andalucia in the Albaicín quarter of Granada’s old city; a labyrinth of narrow, cobbled streets and tight narrow alleys with buildings characteristic of the Islamic architecture for its time. Albaycin maintains the urban fabric of the Moorish period in an intricate network of narrow streets that extend from the top of San. Nicolas to the river Darro and Calle Elvira, in Plaza Nueva. At the base of the plateau of the Alhambra, the Darro River flows through a deep ravine to the north. The park outside the palace (called ‘Alameda de la Alhambra’) features roses, oranges, and myrtles first planted by the Moors. Alhambra’s most characteristic feature is the dense wood of English elms brought by the duke of Wellington during the Peninsular War in 1812 The gardens of Alhambra are a tourist attraction in themselves, for the way in which the Moors cleverly brought the inside living spaces into the outside gardens. The most famous example is the Generalife gardens at Alhambra with the water channels, fountains and vast greenery that intertwine seamlessly throughout inside and outside living spaces. Some of the most photographed areas of Alhambra are the Generalife gardens.

Carmen Villas to Buy in Andalucia

At the height of Moorish power in Granada, the Albaycin was home to over forty thousand residents and thirty mosques. However, after the Catholic reconquest - despite being left as a Muslim neighbourhood - the population soon dwindled as they were forced out of Spain by the Catholic monarchy. In modern day Albaycin, the narrow streets and whitewashed houses still stand as they did hundreds of years ago, but the inhabitants have changed. Now an eclectic mix, with wealthy Granada home owners who enjoy priceless views of the Alhambra Palace from their highly prized “Carmens”. The word” Carmen” is a Spanish form of the term “Karm”, which meant vineyard and place of pleasant retreat. Carmens are defined as a traditional type of housing consisting of a free house surrounded by a high wall that separates Andalucia villas from the street and includes a green space annex, small orchard or garden.

Carmen Villas to Buy in Andalucia

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In 1994, the Albaicin was declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco as an extension of the monuments of the Alhambra and the Generalife. That means homes for sale in Andalucia Spain offer the opportunity to purchase a Carmen, however, demand is usually high given they are timeless classics and much sought-after.

Alternatively nearby Albaicin and overlooking the Alhambra are available on the market. Typically any that has a view of the Alhambra commands strong interest.

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