The British-born developer Taylor Wimpey Spain has registered an increase in buyers seeking a warm refuge on the Costa del Sol throughout the year, being a pole of attraction for digital nomads and energetic tourists, as highlighted by the organization on Tuesday.
Thus, they have pointed out that “especially the Marbella area stands as the ideal destination for teleworking”, since “the unique climate of the city is combined with the excellent air connections to Malaga Airport, which ranks as the third most important airport in Spain, and the wide gastronomic, hotel and leisure offer”.
To do this, the promoter “offers a wide range of options to satisfy this demand from clients such as energy tourists and teleworkers”, for example, in the heart of the Sierra de las Nieves in the Istán area, it promotes oil mill hills in which 35% of the homes have been sold in just 8 months, a promotion made up of 32 exclusive apartments.
As they have indicated, “the pandemic generated countless significant changesincluding teleworking that is here to stay, as has happened with the increase in energy prices, especially in the Nordic and Central European countries”, which has meant that “the Costa del Sol has become an attractive focus for this type of clients.
In the Istán area, the company sells Mill Viewsa promotion made up of 23 townhouses with panoramic views of the bay of Marbella and surrounded by centuries-old forests. In the highest part of the residential it offers an environment of unusual natural beauty. In addition, residents will also be able to enjoy a unique privacy and tranquility.
In Marbella, Taylor Wimpey Spain commercializes Marbella Lake cWith apartments with 2 and 3 bedrooms, penthouses and duplexes, a development that has well-designed gardens and four community pools, from 445,000 euros + VAT.