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Looking for a Penthouse? Take 4 of the Best.

A penthouse is a pinnacle of a priority buyer’s list. Living at the top is certainly one of the most desirable factors when looking at apartments to buy in Spain. Avail of the best views, wide open space with no neighbours above, and, in Andalusia, often or not there’ll be a stunning seascape view. Choose life right at the top, and take a look at these stunning penthouses, all currently available!

High expectations

Penthouses are often the first properties to be snapped up on a new development or urbanization, so keep a close eye out for resales when you have narrowed down your choice of where to live. At FAB Property – Marbella, we have a fabulous selection of penthouses to show you, here is a small sample of some of the best.


Step out of this light-filled penthouse and find the beach right below, Situated on the front line, this three bedroomed Casares penthouse is superbly located and designed to make the most of the seascape views. Who needs pictures on the wall when you can have panoramic vistas such as these? Look no further for luxurious beachfront living, that oozes style.



What’s even better than a penthouse? A duplex penthouse! An absolutely magnificent 429 m2 duplex penthouse in one of the most sought-after locations in Marbella makes this one a winner by anyone’s standards. Again, direct access to the beach – in this case, the upmarket Palm Beach. The urbanization is select, with plenty of amenities to keep everyone amused. Back at home, the Marbella duplex penthouse has three bedrooms, three bathrooms and plenty of living and entertaining space.

New Golden Mile

Choose the elite beachfront development of Torre Bermeja, which is a secure and gated complex with attractive communal gardens, two outdoor swimming pools, heated indoor pool, gymnasiums & saunas. Then, choose to buy this Golden Mile penthouse apartment with no less than five en-suite bedrooms. The generous and fluid space doesn’t stop there. The enormous marble floored expanse and top end fittings are matched by a private terrace, second open kitchen, and jacuzzi. Take celebrity style living to the top level with a peek inside this apartment.

Nueva Andalucía

Style, space, and sea views are all on offer at this Nueva Andalucía penthouse. The area is one of the most popular along the Costa del Sol. The property’s spacious interior and outside living areas are at an optimum, and the large apartment is fitted out and furnished to the highest standard imaginable. The terrace contains a BBQ area and a jacuzzi, and within the complex itself find tropical gardens with a swimming pool, a waterfall, lake, and a private club with poolside bar, gymnasium, and sauna.

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A glamorous life in Puerto Banús

Perhaps you’re considering a move to Spain, either on a full-time basis, or you’d like a property there to retire to, or holiday in?  Have you considered Andalusia? Of course, you have. The kind and temperate weather is just one of the many reasons why Andalusia is a popular choice for many when they choose their place in the sun. So, you’ll be visiting soon to check out all of the different areas that make the best property investment. Take a closer look at property in Puerto Banús.

Where is Puerto Banús?

South west of Marbella, on the ever-popular Costa del Sol, Andalusia, Puerto Banús is in a class of its own. Just 6 km from Marbella, the marina itself is located within the area known as Nueva Andalucía. Find it 64 kms southwest of Málaga.  What are the origins of this special place? José Banús was a property developer with a strong vision. During the 1970’s he designed and built this luxury marina for the rich and famous. Wealthy clientele duly moored their yachts and availed of the high-class shopping facilities in this  – then – new enclave of the privileged few. These days, Puerto Banús has grown, but not too much, and still retains the charm of a traditional Spanish fishing village, albeit with the sparkle of the jewelled playground of the rich and famous. The glittering port is the foreground, the stunning picture perfect location is framed by the mountainous backdrop.

Why a new life in Puerto Banús?

Open a celebrity magazine or the social pages of any newspaper and Puerto Banús will undoubtedly be mentioned. The stars certainly come to this area to shine brightly, and there’s never a shortage of celeb spotting around the port area, and the high-class shopping areas. Enjoy luxury car-spotting? Then you’ll be in your element. There are enough shiny badges to satisfy the most ardent Top Gear fan. The marina, of course, is the focal point and main attraction. Owning a property here will allow you to regularly check out the 900 plus berths for famous names.

Property in Puerto Banús

Property hunting in Puerto Banús is a popular pastime and the lucky ones who get to live here find that it’s a brilliant investment. Five million annual visitors to Puerto Banús prove that buying a property as a holiday home is a sound bet. Living here means enjoying the finer things in life, and despite the guarantee of rubbing shoulders with the rich and famous, it has a relaxed and privileged feel about it. Enjoy the shopping, excellent port side restaurants, high-end sophisticated nightlife, and general upmarket living standards of Puerto Banús.

Check out our ever-changing list of hot property in this cool location:

As always, do not hesitate to contact us with any questions, or to arrange a viewing.

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Reasons to Visit Málaga in September

Not many of us will require reasons to take a break, and some late summer or early autumn sunshine can be just the (aeroplane) ticket. September is a superb month to visit Andalusia in the south of Spain, in particular, the Málaga region. Why? Leave the raking and sweeping at home. Let’s consider some very good and valid reasons to visit Málaga and the area in September.

Cheaper deals

We all love to bag a bargain. Peak travel in the weeks during July and August may be the hottest, with the most things happening but they are also the most expensive. Booking flights is a pleasure, with more room on flights that are not necessarily fully booked – more luggage space aboard your flight too. No wailing babies or tantrummy toddlers are likely to be seated next to you. Prices are stripped of the high season hikes, and bargains are waiting to be bagged.

Beat the crowds

June, July, and August are the most crowded months as far as visitors to the region. City centre museums and galleries are quieter – though you may run into school groups – and the streets are free of holidaying toddlers and teens. Getting a table at your favourite Costa del Sol or city centre restaurant is easier, no need to queue. There are empty beaches for that early morning run, and the bars are quieter and minus the summer crowds. Go birdwatching in peace and catch the early autumn migratory birds, or set your sights on the local gulls.

Seen and not heard

The kids have gone back to school! Of course, Malaga and the Costa del Sol makes a fabulous family destination, but travelling during the school term is also attractive. perhaps you like the beach minus the bucket and spade brigade, or are looking to book a romantic break?   Shopping is far easier without the kids too, spend a little me time as well as splashing the cash on your kid-free time in the sun. Maybe you wish to do a spot of Marbella property hunting without the kids in tow?

Weather factor

Autumn may be drawing in hot on your heels in the UK and Ireland, but the sun has still got his sombrero on in Spain. The days should still see some seriously high temperatures, but not as intense as the peak summer months. Bring a shawl or a cotton jumper for chillier evenings, but still pack that swimwear and SPF for the long, sunny beach days.

Special events

There are, of course, still festivals and events happening in this area of Spain, in September. Let’s take a quick peek, and see what’s still to come.

  • The MTV Gibraltar Calling Music Festival kicks off this month, not Spain, but close enough to get to easily from the Costa del Sol.
  • September 2nd sees the start of the Grape Harvest Festival in Manilva.
  • Head east of Málaga, to Maro near Nerja, for the Festival of the Virgin of Wonders, held on September 7th to the 9th.
  • Join in with the Moors and Christians festival in Alfarnate on the 10th of September.
  • On the 16th of September, Benagalbón, part of the municipality of Rincón de la Victoria, Málaga, holds the traditional and popular Verdiales Music Festival.
  • El Borge holds the Day of the Raisin on the 17th.
  • From the 22nd to the 24th, Rincón de la Victoria pays homage to the anchovy! Fishy business indeed…and for something just a little bit cheesy to round up the month, head to Teba on the 30th of September, for the Annual Cheese Fair.
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Make a Date. WLTM… Luxury Locations in Málaga

Introducing ourselves is a daily occurrence. Not just when we are out and about, but on social media too. Creating an outstanding bio, or using a sassy sentence, in order to sum up who we are, and what we do. How would the best of luxury locations describe themselves, should they be sentient? Let’s take a look at some luxury locations in the Málaga area, and see whether you’d like more than a first date. Take our hand and let us show you around…

Luxury locations and their best features

Luxurious living doesn’t have to come with a hefty price tag. Shopping around on the internet can save you a pretty penny. You wouldn’t date without checking someone out first, would you? A property is a serious investment, whether it’s a holiday home to enjoy family time or a new permanent address. Andalusia is a superb choice, for your investment in Spain. The Málaga area is home to the Costa del Sol and superb accessibility for travel. Splash out on a property in this area. You’ll receive plenty of love in return, with added sunshine and a relaxing lifestyle. So, check out these luxury locations in and around Málaga. What do they have to say about themselves? You never know, it might just be love at first sight.


Stylish and sophisticated, Marbella never goes out of fashion. The stretch of coastline to the east of Marbella, is one of the most exclusive enclaves on the Costa del Sol. A firm favourite for property investment, Marbs also has some of the best beaches on the sunshine coast.

Puerto Banus

Hello, sailor! Jump aboard and discover what Puerto Banus has to offer. Rub shoulders with celebs, and clamor for cocktails at the stylish beach clubs, where you’ll definitely require dark shades for the glisten of diamonds. Park your yacht and go ashore to find some of the A list celeb-worthy properties in the area.

Nueva Andalucía

Easy access and the nickname of Golf Valley mean that the area of Nueva Andalucía is always a popular choice. There’s a wealth of choice in property here, from traditional to the modern clean lines of a luxury villa. Now, you’ll agree that last one is definitely worth a call-back and second date!


A traditional white village with a view perched above Marbella, that is also within a short distance to the bustling centre of social life and celebrity lifestyle. Benahavis is also well known for its excellent gastronomy. Throw in a round of golf, opportunities to visit the spa regularly, and you have a well-groomed contender for a new life in the Malaga area.


Quieter than its counterparts, Estepona is nonetheless no wallflower at the property party. The old town has an elegant charm, which sits nicely alongside the beach-life and great restaurants. There are many advantages of an Estepona property.

Mijas Costa

Mijas is a bit of a split personality, but always fun to be around. Take the traditional old town, or head down to the seaside for the bustling life of Mijas Costa. properties here are slightly cheaper than those in other areas we mention, but demand is high, so get in touch for an early date with some viewings in Mijas Costa.

There are lots of choices when you choose to make a date and view some special Spanish properties. Allow us to introduce you today!

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Fería de Málaga – All the Fun of the Málaga Fair

Today, Saturday August 12th, sees the start of the Málaga Fair, or Fería de Málaga. Last night it all kicked off with an explosion of colourful fireworks that were best viewed from the beach. It’s just one of many fiestas and ferías in this wonderful region of Andalusia, taking place this August. From today until the 19th August, locals and tourists alike join in with the fun of the Málaga Fair – what are you waiting for?

Easy access to the Málaga Fair

Even better if, say, you have a nearby property in Marbella, Estepona, or Málaga – you can ditch the car and head into the city via public transport, and forget the headache of parking the car. That will be a huge problem as the hordes descend on the city for a few days of fun and sunshine – the latter is of course, almost guaranteed. Here’s the weather forecast for Málaga for the next seven days, precipitation nil!

So, dress up in flamenco frills, and join in with gusto – and be prepared for long days and endless partying. There’s lots happening during the eight days and seven nights of the Málaga fair.


Day Fair

Literally millions of people attend the Málaga fair. It’s split into the day fair, and the night fair. Both are hugely popular. If you’re wearing heels, pop a pair of flats in your bag, you’ll need them as the day wears on. The daytime fair is centred in downtown Málaga. The first celebrations took place in 1491, so it’s a pretty long-standing event. The origins of the fair can be traced back as far as 1487, the year when the Catholic kings Fernando and Isabella rode triumphantly into the city to reclaim it as a part of Catholic Spain from its Moorish occupants, The streets in the centre are beautifully decorated, and there’s lots to see. There’ll be street art, street theatre performances, and lots of food and music. There’ll be lots of sherry tasting and the opportunity to try sweet Málaga wine. Budding photographers will be spoilt for choice, with the colours of flamenco dresses, decorated streets, and more than 100 acts and performances.

FAB Property Top Tip: Be vigilant. Watch out for pickpockets as you stand around in a tight group.

Night Fair

Malagueños meet up again as night falls over the city. There are seventy-three casetas this year, little private tented areas where clubs or groups of invited guests gather. Centred around Cortijo de Torres, the cooler air is more comfortable as the night draws in. The evening doesn’t draw to a close though, it revs up with rides, food stalls, late night drinking and general full-on fun. At 11pm, there are live concerts in the municipal auditorium, and the crowds throng the streets.

Malaga fair horses

By the time the Málaga fair ends on the 19th August, you should be just about ready for a relaxing week on the beach!

See the full official Fería de Málaga programme here.



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6 Tips to Avoid the August Heat on the Costa del Sol

Spain stops point blank in August. Everyone leaves their desk, their office and heads to the beach, entire family in tow. We’re currently enjoying a blisteringly hot summer here on the Costa del Sol. August sees the longest, sunniest days, with eleven hours a day of sunshine. It’s high sun protection cream month, as the mercury continues its steady rise. If you like doing more than topping up your tan all day long, then consider these six options for avoiding the August heat, on the sunshine coast.

A cool river walk

The Guadalhorce river basin and El Chorro Gorge make an interesting day out, inland. If you have a head for heights you can choose to tackle the Caminito del Rey. These days it’s a doddle, having been made much safer and reopened, to the disgust of many thrillseekers! A picnic in the cooler interior, with a chance to splash around in the river, or close to a cooling waterfall, will soon take the heat out of August.

A shopping mall

A day’s shopping for pleasure is a must in August. Choose a large, air conditioned shopping mall, and walk around without breaking into a sweat. Flex your credit card at Marina Banús, Calle Ramon Areces, 29660 if you’re situated close to Marbella.  Outdoor shopping is good too, but wait until the evening draws in a bit, shops are usually open until 8 or 9pm, later on certain evenings.

Galleries and Museums

Gain a little culture and spend a day or two touring the city’s galleries and museums. Art appreciation under the cool blast of air conditioning while the city heat stays on the street. There’s always something new to see, as well as permanent exhibitions. Try the Pomidou, the Thyssen Museum, the Picasso Museum, CAC in Soho, or for car enthusiasts try the Automobile Museum of Málaga.

Cool foods for the August heat

Don’t opt for a hot plate of fish and chips. Try icy cold Gazpacho, Salmorejo, or deliciously silky Ajo Blanco instead. These chilled soups are not just a taste of Andalusia, they’re also made to cool you right down. Russian salad, Pippirana, all chilled, delicious dishes. The perfect, easily digestable lunch when the August temperatures are high. Have you eaten in Benahavis? It has a great reputation for fine dining.

Eat late like a local

Do as the locals do, and enjoy a long, leisurely dinner late at night. Locals rarely eat before 10pm, with good reason. You’ll have escaped all the day’s heat, and feel the benefit of a warm evening sea breeze. Get up late, eat a late breakfast out, don’t have lunch before two or three in the afternoon, and save the late, late dinner for when you’re hungry.

Siesta before Fiesta

Another local custom that should be abided by is the siesta! When you’ve had lunch, come off the beach and take to the cool interior of your home instead. Forty winks at the hottest part of the day is ideal, and will energise you for the long night ahead. Shops and many businesses are closed anyway, and it’s the best time to wind the kids down and let them take a nap. Wake up, take a long cool shower, and prepare for the rest of the day. Either go back to the beach for the late afternon and early evening, or head for town and party on…


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