On the eastern region of the Costa del Sol thirty five kilometres from Marbella and twelve kilometres to the east of Estepona is the Spanish village of Maniilva. Even though it is located no more than a stone throw away from other full of go metropolises, the town has managed to stay put impassive of the immense tourism activity and the impulsive increase in asset development that has gotten the most its well-heeled neighbours.
Even though vacationers from all over the world are increasingly becoming aware of this charismatic rural hamlet, it in spite of everything manages to stay put intrinsically as an archetypal Spanish village. The reality in Manilva’s modest and uncomplicated natural world is habitually disregarded by tourists who pass by it destined to the south to the Gibraltar and other relatively renowned attractions.
The borough of Maniilva is expansive to a number of communes which incorporate the San Luis de Sabanillas, locally identified as Sabanillas, a stunning and serene yachting port of Puerto Duquesa which boasts of a suburban complete with a gorgeous golf course to stimulate the hearts and minds of golfing enthusiasts. Close at hand towards the west is the Castillo de Duquesa neighbourhood which takes pride in a fishing social order. This fishing village is named after a castle of modest tourist and homely residential properties.
The economic foundation of Maniilva is set upon agriculture, off shore fishing activity and tourism which is ever more gearing up. Maniilva vineyards nurtures the muscatel grape from which some of the finest legendary wine brands such as the distinguished delightful Malaga wines are winkled out.