A sense of security. That is what you will experience at View49 in Torre Vigía, in Marbella, Estepona. Located in the last mountain range, the area of Torre Vigía offers a clear view of Marbella, Estepona, and, of course, of the Mediterranean Sea. In this area you can find 49 luxurious villas which offer the most refined and exclusive constructions.
The area of Torre Vigía is located near Marbella, in the beautiful city of Estepona, which was an old fishing village. Nowadays, it is known as “the Garden of the Costa del Sol”, and this name has a justification.
Each villa has a roof terrace, a private swimming pool and a delightful large garden. Additionally, you can choose to have a private Wellness… Home Spa in the basement as an extra option that will add an exclusive touch to your villa.
Offering a unique lifestyle, your villa will be the perfect place, both to relax and to practise different activities. Its convenient location just minutes away by car from Puerto Banús harbour, allows, for example, to sail directly to Gibraltar to enjoy a relaxing day trip through the Mediterranean. You can also visit picturesque cities such as Benahavis and Casares in the morning, and, then, enjoy a delicious lunch including fresh lobster and salad in one of the restaurants that are part of the wide range of the gastronomical options available in Marbella and Estepona.
Back to your luxurious home after a day full of delightful experiences, you can enjoy a good glass of your favourite beverage in your large terrace, or meet friends at the nearby beach resorts.
This environment offers first-class in every single detail and each day is a unique and exclusive opportunity to enjoy. In this beautiful villa, every corner of Andalucía is within easy reach, all kind of activities like water, horse and golf sports opportunities are available in the immediate vicinity and, of course, you will be able to enjoy the sun, the sea, and the beach. These are the experiences you will always recall with fondness.
Torre Vigía means watchtower. The origins of these towers go back to the fourteenth century, when they had the function of constantly monitoring the sea to warn local residents of possible pirate incursions.
This was done by using smoke signals during the day, and with large bonfires at night. At a functional level, these buildings are divided into two characteristic spaces. A roof with a terrace and an inner chamber.
Currently, some of them still exist, they are periodically restored and they are protected by law.