Property For Sale La Herradura,Spain

For sale by real estate agent - La Herradura

3 bed Property for sale

3 beds Apartment La Herradura, Andalucia

$193,352 | £139,084 | €160,000
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ForSale SqFt Area 0Baths 3Beds

This apartment for sale is in Oasis Canada 5 on the Calle Rambla del Espinar in La Herradura in Granda Spain. The property is located on the fifth floor and had 3 bedrooms. There are two lifts in the complex to take you to the apartment. The apartment comes fully furnished and so the new owner could live in the property or rent it out straight away. The apartment enjoys views from the terrace of the pool, the street and the sea. The present owner has owned the property for ten years.

La Herradura enjoys a beautiful setting and this pretty village overlooks a picturesque horseshoe-shaped bay which is famous for its crystal-clear waters, sheltered beach, and excellent watersports facilities, particularly scuba-diving. It is one of the main resorts on the Costa Tropical.


The village itself is a network of apartment blocks; other than the mudejar brick-style San Josandeacute; church, it has little architecture of note, with Plaza Nueva as recently-constructed as its name suggests. All the main attractions and shopping opportunities are on the seafront.


The wide beach of dark sand and pebbles is two km long and perfectly enclosed by two large headlands, Punta de la Mona to the east and Cerro Gordo to the west, both with a lighthouse high on top. Running behind the beach is a seafront promenade, Paseo Andrandeacute;s Segovia, and close to this you will find numerous cafes, bars and seaside shops.

Early in the morning or late in the afternoon it is a perfect place to go for a stroll and stop for a well-earned refreshment. The beach in front of Paseo Andrandeacute;s Segovia has no construction except for the chiringuitos.

One interesting feature of the beach are several attractive oases of green grass and palm trees - unusual in such a setting, but most welcome.


Naturally, this being Andalucia, the beach has several chiringuitos, and at each far end under the cliff, a chambao. When not a Malageandntilde;o flamenco fusion band, whose catchy tune was used on a ubiquitous TV ad for Andalucia, a chambao is an improvised form of beach tent used to shelter from the elements - wind and sun.

At the west (or Nerja) end is Chambao de Vincente, established in 1965, and at the east (or Almuandntilde;ecar) end is restaurant Chambao de Joaquin. Both are immaculately kept and perfect places for a barbequed fish dinner on the beach.

Now run by the son, Joaquin junior, the latter has a huge paella at lunchtime, cooked on a wood fire in the open air. It's worth waiting for, but a bit hectic in the summer, so either make a reservation or arrive early. They also specialise in barbequed sardines, aka espetos. Above the bar are photos and greetings from both long-term and celebrity clients including bullfighter El Cordobes; and Joselito, Jose Maria Parado and Migeul Joven, the child stars from the 1960s Spanish super-hit TV series Verano Azul, filmed in nearby Nerja, not to mention a greeting photo from King Juan Carlos and Queen Sophia.

Other chiringuitos, from west to east are; Chiringuito Bueno together with Heladeria Bueno, Chiringuito La Sardina, Chiringuito El Bambu, and Rebalaje. They all have a tropical feel as you might expect. being on the Costa Tropical.


Follow the promenade all the way to the eastern end, towards Almuandntilde;ecar, and the road climbs the headland. This was once the tortuously windy main coast road, with distinctive concrete blocks as a safety barrier. The road descends to Marina de la Este, once the prettiest marina on the whole Andalusian coast. Stop by for a drink or meal even if you are not a sailor.

Both headlands can be explored on foot and have number of zigzag lanes to serve the houses now built there. If you are heading west to Nerja, and have time, take the old N340a road over the Cerro Gordo, rather than the 1km motorway tunnel, and at the top, stop by the cool-looking venta which lacks passing trade these days, and walk the trail to the lighthouse.


On 19 March San Jose is celebrated, and on 16 July the sailors' fiesta, Virgin del Carmen.


There is bus service several times a day from La Herradura to Marina del Este and Almuandntilde;eca.


One beach bar has been converted into a watersports centre called Dani's, with many watersport options in the summer. Another station with windsurf and dinghies for hire is andlsquo;Windsurf 1979 La Herradura'. The best dive sites are located around Punta de la Mona, the headland to the west. A number of dive centres in Marina de la Este are worth checking out as well.

13 Km from Beach
2 Km from Bus
5 Km from CountrySide
49 Km from Golf Course
107 Km from Federico Garcia Lorca Granada Jaen Airport, Spain