Duplex apartment in Maro (Nerja) , with 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, with parking and community pool, 2 south-facing terraces and wonderful sea views.
The apartment is located in a small urbanization in the center of Maro, a small town 3 km east of Nerja.
The well-kept urbanization has a swimming pool and community parking.
The apartment is located in the highest part of the urbanization so it has great light and fantastic views of the sea.
It is divided into 2 floors;
On the ground floor it is distributed in 1 bedroom, the kitchen, 1 full bathroom with shower and the living-dining room with A/C and access to a beautiful and large south-facing terrace.
The kitchen is modern and well equipped and opens onto a terrace overlooking the communal pool.
On the upper floor is the master bedroom with A/C and built-in wardrobes.
The second bathroom is also in this top floor.
The master bedroom has a very large private terrace with fantastic views of the sea and Maro village.
The property has been recently renovated.
The town of Maro, with a population of 800, is located on the coast, three kilometers east of Nerja and 55 kilometers east of Malaga, in the region of Andalusia called Axarquía. Its white houses are a good example of the typical architecture in towns in this part of the Mediterranean coast. The town dates back to the Christian era, with its first Roman fortification structure historically known as Detunda, meaning "defence.
It is a real pleasure to walk through the streets of the town, with flower pots on the balconies and all the charm of a true Andalusian coastal town. One of the most beautiful streets is Calle Virgen de las Maravillas, which leads to Balcón de Maro. Here is the church of Our Lady of Wonders, dating from the 17th century, and the ruins of the old sugar works, whose construction began in 1585, financed by the then Lord of Maro, Luis de Armengol.
Not far from the center of town, next to the N-340 road towards Nerja, is another famous monument, the Águila Aqueduct. This was built between 1879 and 1880, to ensure that water could reach the San Joaquin sugar factory.
The Nerja Caves (Cueva de Nerja) are located near the town. Few visitors knew anything about this part of the coast until 1959, when five young boys discovered an extraordinary system of caves and rock paintings. Now the caves attract thousands of visitors a year who come to wonder at this underground cathedral with its strange, wax-like melting rock architecture and what is reputed to be the largest natural column in the world.