Engel & Völkers would like to wish you a reflective Second Advent! Warm thoughts for a cold season? Then open the second door of our advent calendar and discover this beautiful property … at the Costa del Sol!
This 403 square metre villa in Marbella offers three levels of pure living comfort. The spacious open-plan living area is laid out with marble floors, as are many of the other rooms. Its impressive elegance and modernity makes it an ideal space for spending time together in front of the fireplace.
The spacious and modern open-plan kitchen is fitted with high quality finishes throughout. The cooking island makes the most of the space and offers plenty of work surface, so that nothing will stand in the way of your Christmas feast.
The villa has a total of six lightflooded bedrooms, all of which are tastefully and elegantly furnished.
The six luxury bathrooms are fitted with high quality furnishings. The free-standing bathtubs in particular are perfect for relaxing and unwinding on those cold winter days!
The walk-in wardrobe offers enough space for laying out your favourite items of clothing and stowing away those voluminous winter coats, which are no longer necessary in the mild temperatures of the Costa del Sol soon after Christmas.
A special highlight of the property: the expansive terraces with mountain views on each level of the villa as well as the wellness area with pool, private jacuzzi and separate shower area. The pavilion, which is surrounded by a beautiful garden setting, also offers many an opportunity for relaxation or a refreshing drink at the bar.
Would you like to spend the festive season in Spain? We will tell you all you need to know, as well as which traditions and customs form part of the Spanish Christmas celebration.
At the beginning of December, Spain’s cities are illuminated in colourful light, and the residential buildings and shops are festively decorated. Cribs are especially popular, and are displayed in churches, public areas and private homes, depicting the birth of Jesus. Advent season, on the other hand, is not widely known or celebrated – advent calendars or advent wreaths are rarely seen in most households. Christmas season starts on December 8th, the Day of the Immaculate Conception. The “Baile de los Seises”, a centuries old dance where seises (choir boys) dance in front of the cathedral’s high altar, is held annually in the Cathedral of Sevilla in Andalusia. Spain’s children also have to do without a Santa Claus or St. Nicholas. Although December 6th is a public holiday, it is not related to St. Nicholas Day. Instead, it celebrates the day on which Spain introduced its constitution around 40 years ago. In Spanish tradition, it is the “Three Wise Men” who bring presents for the children on January 6th, marking the end of the Christmas season in Spain.
Have you ever wanted to spend Christmas at the Costa del Sol and are looking to buy a second home? Then you are most welcome to contact Engel & Völkers Marbella Puerto Banús, our local partner.