Marina Puente Romano

Top-notch apartments for rent and for sale

The Marina Puente Romano complex offers luxury apartments for sale and for rent in traditional Andalusian style. All exclusive properties lie within the paradise-like Persian, Andalusian or Japanese garden. Other services include a swimming pool for each of the three residences, a basement and a garage space. No wonder the building was honoured for being the best residential complex by the International Property Magazine and having the best gardens of the Costa del Sol by the County Council of Malaga.

The residence is located along the famous Golden Mile, stretching from the old city of Marbella to the Puerto Banús Marina. It is probably the most beautiful beach boulevard of the Costa del Sol and is surrounded by countless of exclusive restaurants and shops. Getting bored here is out of the question. Have a look at our Marina Puente apartment by clicking the button below. If you prefer a game of golf on one of Spain’s best golf courses, surely check out our apartments for sale and for rent in Las Brisas.

Stunning scenery between the sea and the mountains

Our location does not only border the appealing Golden Mile with its several beautiful beaches but also the Hotel Puente Romano to which our guests have access. This top-class hotel has a wide range of fun activities. Enjoy a game of tennis or padel and relax in the spa afterwards. Taste the unique dishes in one of its twelve high-level restaurants, ranging from the Japanese, Thai and Italian cuisine over the Dani Garcia brasserie to a healthy snack, breakfast or lunch in a chiringuito (small bar) at the beach. And conclude your evening in the vivid patio bar or the trendy night club. Yes, our central location is the perfect place to enjoy the Mediterranean sun to the fullest.

Situated between the Mediterranean Sea and the mountains, the Marbella region offers a picturesque scenery and rewarding views. It is characterised by its many golf courses and, about thirty minutes inland in the mountains, the white villages with their traditional houses. In addition to many beach activities and spa facilities, you can also climb the region’s highest mountain, La Concha, for panoramic views of Marbella, the Costa del Sol and Morocco. Or you can walk, cycle and enjoy several outdoor activities such as canyoning and buggy tours.

If culture is your cup of tea, Malaga and its many museums or Ronda, Gibraltar and Tangier (Morocco) are worth a trip. Ronda is the cradle of bull fighting and has Spain’s oldest bull ring and the ancient bridge over the El Tajo gorge. A bit farther, about a three-hour drive from Marbella, are Córdoba, Granada and Seville: three culturally and historically important cities offering several UNESCO World Heritage sites. Taking into account the beautiful surroundings as well you now know what makes Andalusia so irresistible.