We are a Real Estate and Property Management company, offering a full range of services in the Costa del Sol region. We are an established company with branches also in the Murcia region of Spain. We have a full range of properties available to suit all needs - from holiday homes, golf properties to fabulous villas. Homes that you may want to makeyour permanent residence.
We are situated in Nueva Andalucía, a vibrant area close to Puerto Banus, which offers excellent amenities, bars and restaurants.
We guide you through the buying process, and beyond this, if you require it, we offer a full property management and keyholding service. This includes regular property checks, if required, holiday or long letting service, advertising, cleaning and maintenance - to full property refurbishment, or just the basic keyholding, enabling us always to be there if the need arises.
The experience we have in these services has enabled us to grow even through the economic downturn and put usin a good position for the future.
Interior design and furniture packs can be provided - we have a wide knowledge, great furnishings and we have sourced the products that are required to turn your property into your dream home. Or we can just do the holiday home and investment packs - all with perfect results!
The Costa del Sol is a superb area for golf, so we offer golfing breaks and reduced green fee bargains. We work with professional golfers and offer green fees in Golf Valley Nueva Andalucía, Marbella, Estepona and the Murcia Region of Spain. Competitive prices on all these excellent and established courses.
Another successful product is our Investment Packages from Student Accommodation, Timber, Wine, Car Parking, Agriculture and Overseas Property Developments. We work alongside an established UK investment company which has a complete portfolio of products.
PORSCHE is upgrading the Cayenne six-cylinder model via a special series known as the Platinum Edition. The Platinum Edition Cayenne and Cayenne Diesel models feature some especially high-quality equipment and offer many of the most-requested options as standard.
The German manufacturer only assigns the Platinum Edition designation to its exclusive, elegant vehicle ranges that are available for a limited period only. Painted in Platinum Silver Metallic, the lateral and central air intake grill fins, the side window strips, the rear spoiler lip and the trim strip on the tailgate create a shimmering effect.
The standard colour range includes monotone paint finishes in Black and White, and Meteor Grey Metallic, Basalt Black Metallic and Mahogany Metallic are available as further colour options.
The Carrara White Metallic paint finish is also an option available exclusively for this Cayenne edition. The look is rounded off by the 19-inch Cayenne Design II wheels with coloured crest.
The vehicles, available from January 2014 from €75,569, come with a partial leather interior as standard, but a full leather interior is also available as an option. The floor mats, with Luxor Beige edging and Porsche logo, and the front door entry guards with the ‘Platinum Edition’ logo, represent further highlights.
The Porsche Communication Management (PCM) system, including a navigation module, is also a standard feature. The PCM includes a high-resolution seven-inch touchscreen and a sound system with 11 loudspeakers and total power of 235 watt.
The Cayenne Platinum Edition offers an output of 300 hp (220 kW). In combination with the Tiptronic S, the vehicle's NEDC fuel consumption is 9.9 litres/100 km.
The three litre V6 engine in the Cayenne Diesel Platinum Edition offers an output of 245 hp (180 kW) and a fuel consumption level of 7.2 litres of diesel over 100 kilometres.
Volkswagen's new 2014 Golf R has surfaced online today, confirming speculation that the new hot hatch will again share its powerplant with Audi's S3 performer.
The images released today also offer the first official look at the hatch spied frequently in recent months, revealing the Golf R's unique front bumper design.
As with the outgoing Golf R, little else about this new model's styling has changed from the new GTI. There's the familiar gloss black grille and new wheel designs, while the rear end sees the exhaust tips returned to the corners.
But enough with style, what is the new Golf R packing under its blue skin? Volkswagen has confirmed a 2.0 litre four-cylinder turbo petrol engine for the new model.
As it does in the Audi S3, the turbo engine produces 221kW and 380Nm of torque, although Spain's hotter climate means we'll see that power figure reduced to 206kW.
By comparison, the outgoing Golf R in Spain’s offers 188kW and 330Nm torque - so, while the de-tuning will sting fans, an increase to 206kW should please many. (And those willing to void warranties won't find it hard to extract more... - Ed.)
The power boost also brings a decent leap in performance, with the new model promising a 0-100km/h time of 5.3 seconds in manual form, and a sharp 4.9 seconds with the six-speed DSG auto.
That again compares favourably to the outgoing model, which lists 5.9 and 5.7 seconds respectively.
Helping the R get there - and through corners - is the latest Haldex all-wheel-drive system, with four Electronic Differential Locks (EDS) XDS+ electronic differentials at each axle.
And, like all of the new Golf 7 models, a lighter kerb weight than its predecessor. Fuel consumption is also improved, dropping to 6.9 l/100km with the DSG, compared to 8.7 in the current model.