Costa del Sol development with Irish flavour

The property market around Marbella may have cooled considerably in recent years, but the Costa del Sol still remains popular with overseas buyers seeking a home in the sun.

Gillian Nelis

Managing Editor @gnelis
27th November, 2004

The property market around Marbella may have cooled considerably in recent years, but the Costa del Sol still remains popular with overseas buyers seeking a home in the sun.

Many investors are now seeking out property in less developed areas of the coast, away from the area's built-up beach resorts.

Some years ago the Irish insurance company FBD acquired a 1,000-acre site in MijasCosta, close to the pretty seaside village of La Cala and within...

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