Manilva is the most extreme coastal town in the southwest of Malaga, limiting the environment of their town with Cadiz. Therefore Manilva draw a pretty typical village of Andalucia
Manilva is the most extreme coastal town in the southwest of Malaga, limiting the environment of their town with Cadiz. Therefore Manilva draw a pretty typical village of Andalusia
The municipality of Manilva is located in the far southwestern province of Malaga, 97 kilometer from the city of Málaga and 35 of Gibraltar. It has an area of 35.30 km2. The average annual rainfall in recent years around 750 l/m2 and its average temperature is 17 º C. A little over two miles inland, in one of its green hills, is the traditional heart. Embrace of a beautiful and flowery muscat grape vineyard overlooking the Mediterranean.
Of undeniable beauty kernels are also located on the coast: San Luis Sabinilllas Castle and the Duchess. Clean and crystalline waters, tempered by a generous sun, bathe its long beach of nearly 8 miles; interrupted to reach the extreme southwest through an area of beautiful coves surrounded by low cliffs and rocks, called Punta Chullera.
In the coastal landscape, in addition to having a first-class marina (Port of the Duchess), it is currently the largest center of tourist activity, marked its presence friendly hotels and housing developments, inviting spend a good holiday beach sun and sea.
Manilva is also an ideal town for golfers who can play here virtually every day of the year. Manilva has the golf course The Duchess, a fabulous tour of eighteen holes designed by Robert Trent Jones, and just fifteen minutes from Sotogrande and Valderrama.