Dominion Beach Penthouse

 

 

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Dominion Beach close to the world famous Kempinski Hotel and Laguna Village. With the underpass near to completion which will let you avoid the bottle neck traffic that has built up over the years as you enter the wonderful Spanish town of San Pedro Nueva Alcantara. A further eight minutes and you will find yourself at the renowned play ground for the rich a famous Puerto Banus. For a little bit of culture you can head down to the old town of Marbella.

Malaga Airport is approximately a fifty minuet drive and Gibralta airport is a thirty five. Dominion Beach, we feel, should be referred to as a resort rather than a development due to the onsite commercial center and restaurant. We have heard through several owners that the restaurant serves fresh daily food and can be highly recommended. Dominion beach with its 215 properties covers a large area, with Moorish type boulevards with running water. The swimming pool in itself must be swam in to enjoy the sea views after enjoying quite possible some of the best Golf courses and leisure activities on the Costa del Sol

About Charles Mackenzie-Hill

Charles . Originally from Cirencester in England and educated at Millfield school in Somerset.  Moved to Marbella  Spain 1997. Met Carolina in 2001 we married 2003 and have had since three Children Charlie,Maria and Oliver. Our three Children are all at local Spanish school, For work we are a husband & wife team involved in all things property in the Marbella area. Our prime website can be found at http://www.cmhproperties.com
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