Cerrado de Elviria, a quiet area of villas close to beach and golf21 Jul, 2020 Manolo Alarcon
Cerrado de Elviria is a quiet residential area of villas in East Marbella. It is located 12 kilometers east of Marbella center, a 15-minute drive by motorway. There are various services a short walk away and many more within a few minutes drive.
The area is located inland, above the A-7 motorway, but the beach is very close. Within a 3-5 minute walk we find various establishments and services: Scandinavia Las Cumbres supermarket, restaurants (Back Street Pizzas, Le Chateaubriant, Mini India Elviria …), bars, pharmacies and a taxi stop.
Crossing the other side of the motorway, a mere 5-minute drive away, we find Las Chapas beach, one of the most renowned in Marbella. It has a fine offer of restaurants and beach bars: La Plage Casanis, Estrella del Mar Beach Club, Lido, Las Banderas and The Beach House.
A 5-minute drive along the coast and we arrive at La Víbora beach, with the famous Nikki Beach Marbella and the Don Carlos Beach Club. These are two of the most lively and famous beach clubs in Costa del Sol. The Don Carlos Leisure Resort & Spa and the Marriott’s Marbella Beach Resort also stand out in the area.
Supermarkets, schools, and golf clubs
This quiet area of villas in East Marbella is surrounded by supermarkets too, all of them at a very convenient distance. Less than a 3-minute drive toward Marbella we have Lidl and Mercadona, and then a Supercor Express. Towards the Mijas side there is a Supersol.
There are also several schools to choose from: The English International College, New International School of Marbella, Alborán School, Las Dunas de las Chapas Institute of Secondary Education…
Cerrado de Elviria is the right place for golf players too. Just a 5-minute drive away they will find the Santa María Golf Club and less than a 10-minute drive, Cabopino Golf Club. Driving a few minutes towards Marbella, we will find the the exclusive Santa Clara Golf Marbella and the Marbella Golf & Country Club.21st Jul, 2020 by Manolo Alarcon
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