La Goleta – San Pedro Beachside
900 Euros From - Per Week
This stunning first floor apartment has been furnished to a very high quality, with superb open plan lounge and dining area, fully fitted kitchen and two bedrooms both with en-suite bathrooms and ample wardrobe space. There is air conditioning for the hot summer days and heating for winter visits.
The apartment also has high speed unlimited wifi access and full English language Tv package including sky movies and sky sports. Scandinavian channels are also available.
This La Goleta apartment is home to a very large pool and children’s paddling pool, night time security and underground parking.
This apartment is in a fantastic location and has something for everyone. It is located less than a minute walk to the beach where you can also find some wonderful beach restaurants and bars.
San Pedro is a very comfortable walk from the apartment. An ancient farming community, famous for growing sugar cane, today San Pedro is unspoilt and still traditionally Spanish.
The main street of San Pedro is Marques del Duero, which boasts many banks and shops, including a pedestrianized street, where you can find ice cream stalls and small bars.
San Pedro is home to various fiestas, but the main one is the fair in October. The streets are lined with fairground stalls and rides.
The beach front of San Pedro is a very short walk from the apartment also. Here you can find many beach bars and restaurants.
San Pedro is also home to a market, held every Thursday. You will find fruit and veg, along with a lot of tradition!
Puerto Banus: is one of the ritziest resorts on the Costa del Sol. The playground of the rich and famous.The dazzling marina of Puerto Banus with its luxury yachts, trendy restaurants and bars, is a magnet for visitors to the Costa del Sol.
Around the port are a string of café’s, bars and restaurants and a string of boutiques and gift shops. While restaurants of the quayside are the places to be seen, you’ll sometimes get better value from the small restaurants tucked away up flights of stairs on the back streets. A great place for spotting celebrities.
At night the smart restaurants, trendy bars and clubs are filled with people.
The street market is in Puerto Banus, near the bullring, starts early in the morning until 2 in the afternoon on Saturday.
Marbella: The town’s attractions include a thriving commercial centre, the coastal promenade, beach and yacht harbour and the Casco Antiguo (old town).
A must is the ‘plaza de Los Naranjos’ (orange square) in the old town. Cross over the main road from the beachside to find the picturesque maize of streets, pretty squares and whitewashed buildings. A delightful area to browse the shops. This is a popular place to enjoy a drink or eat al fresco, in a vibrant atmosphere.
Avenida de la Coruña, 29670 Marbella, Málaga, Spain