Plot for sale in Casares
- Plot663800 m2
A unique 66ha of land settled in the mountains of Sierra Crestellina just behind the pitoresque and charming white village of Casares.
Fully private, the land borders at a natural park. The land is south orientated. There are 3 ruines, several wells, a lot pine and cork trees, wildlife and electricity available nearby. From the ruines you have beautiful panoramic views to Casares Pueblo, the coast line, the Mediterrenean, Gibraltar and the African coast.
From Casares pueblo, a winding road of approximately 4 km takes you to the land where you enter the beautiful natural surroundings. On one side the mountains of the Sierra, on the other side the valley towards Casares.
The total land (66,38ha) consists of 6 different plots situated in Sierra Crestellina, Las Chapas and Puerto de las Vinas.
There are several possibilities for a good investment like a project for tourism, rural hotel or a farming project (cork trees, pine trees for bio oil). More options are available when joining "Finca de las Vinas" to the land (see below)
The owner is happy to assist in any inquiry.
Neighbouring to the land, is a separate rural property called "Finca de las Vinas". Nicely settled with 50.000m2 of land, 3 different houses with a total of 222m2. One of them are stables to be reformed. The asking price for this property is 735.000€. Further info, see Agent Area.
The price for the land and finca joined together is 1.460.000€.
A truly unique property !
- Area Info: Casares
Spectacular, rural and impressively daring in its architectural makeup, the white-washed clifftop village of Casares has been a popular destination – and classic photo opportunity – for tourists for decades.
More recently, however, a lesser-known area of the sprawling municipality has also been attracting visitors’ and homebuyers’ attention.
The white-washed clifftop village of Casares has been a popular destination – and classic photo opportunity – for tourists for decades
Down on the coast, several exceptional residential estates are being developed, while Finca Cortesín was the venue for the World Match Play Golf Championship in 2009, 2011 and 2012 and is home to one of the Costa del Sol’s seven Michelin-star restaurants.
But to return to the mountains…
Intriguing Village Life
Approach from the coastal road and you travel through some of the most picturesque countryside found anywhere on the coast. Stop the car and take a wander through the hills: that sound you hear is one of silence, interspersed with birdsong or the occasional cricket.
Once you arrive in Casares, the town actually sits below you. A quick scan of the horizon from one of the telescopic lookout points confirms all you need to know: discovering this magnificent village is going to be an awesome experience.
The steep and unevenly-paved streets whisk you to the village's heart, taking you past plenty of front doors, many left open for cooling purposes, and allowing you an intriguing glimpse into what life is like here.
Day-Time Pursuits and Evening Pleasures
If you have the legs for it, the entire village can be seen in just a couple of hours. After your initial descent into the centre, which sits at the bottom of an impressively steep valley, the central fountain and its neighbouring cafés and restaurants will certainly be a captivating sight. Once suitably refreshed, you can choose to continue down, to the foot of the cliff on which the village sits, or head up to the peak, where wonderful views and a couple of superb restaurants await.
From here, you can scramble across the remains of the former Moorish garrison fort, take a peek into the uncannily cheery graveyard, wander over to the new church, and gaze back down into the centre of the village. At practically any time, simply look up to see kestrels, peregrine falcons and black African vultures swooping high above you.
Then there's the views of Gibraltar and Morocco, the excellent hiking and horseback riding opportunities inland, the opulent church near the main Plaza de España, and a treasure trove selection of local craft stores, grocers and bakers.
Appetising Culinary Options
Casares' nightlife is not exactly legendary. However, this being Spain, there are several bars that stay open until late and attract plenty of locals during the weekend. Those seeking something a little livelier tend to head to the coast. Lovers of tapas will most certainly enjoy the range of options available in Casares.
Most small bars have an appetising selection, while the larger restaurants on the edge of the village serve a more varied choice of sit-down a la carte meals; with a couple also offering delightful al fresco seating where breathtaking views across the Mediterranean and towards northern Africa can be enjoyed.
Just picture that: an affordable meal, accompanied by fine wine and loved ones, enjoyed atop a cliff overlooking the glistening Mediterranean and the distant yet tangibly close exotic romance of Morocco… and the dying ambers of a setting sun as it shoots towards the ocean calling time on another memorable day in southern Europe.