The famous Golden Mile or “Milla de Oro” stretches from the end of Marbella’s main street “Ricardo Soriano” to the famous Puerto Banus marina. The Golden Mile is the most exclusive and luxurious address in Marbella and offers what the name promises. The history of its name goes back to the 1950s, when Prince Alfonso von Hohenlohe first opened the legendary 5* Marbella Club Hotel on the Golden Mile which attracted the European elite to build their summer residences in Marbella and enjoy the hotel’s facilities. From kings and queens to Hollywood superstars – everyone who has ever been here can’t help but be delighted by the beauty and glamour of this area.
Interested property buyers have the tough choice between stunning frontline beach apartments or being the proud new owner of one of its prestigious beach villas. Whichever your choice may be, you will always find many excellent restaurants and beach bars within walking distance. On the mountain side of the Golden Mile you will find impressive villas with stunning views dotted along this very special mile of real estate.
Golden Mile property in Spain is among the most sought-after in the whole of Europe. This strip of sprawling villas, beautiful urbanisations and world-class restaurants and hotels was once one of the most expensive locations for real estate in the world. Happily, prices have come down a little since the heyday and even mere mortals can buy Golden Mile apartments in Spain with the right assistance.
Golden Mile villas in Spain understandably still command some hefty prices, unsurprising given their enviable location between the majestic mountainside and the beautiful sea, the bustle of Marbella and the excitement of Puerto Banus.
This was taken during a nice evening walk down beach promenade on the Golden Mile.
The iconic Puente Romano Pier can be found on The Golden Mile, great views from here!
Stunning aerial shot of this amazing area.
Just one of the many stunning beaches on The Golden Mile.
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