Property for sale and rent in Marbella – Estepona and surrounding areas on the Costa del Sol

At One Marbella we unite buyers and sellers, providing the best choice of property for sale in Marbella and the surrounding areas.

Alongside our sales department we have a dedicated rental division which offers both long term rentals and short term rentals in the most popular areas of the Costa del Sol such as The Golden Mile, San Pedro, Sierra Blanca, Nueva Andalucía not forgetting the lively Puerto Banús.

We work alongside all reputable companies based here in the Costa del Sol giving us access to all property for sale and rent in Marbella. You will find villas, apartments as well as townhouses for sale plus many new developments for sale all under one title which is One Marbella , your one stop property shop.

Whether you're thinking of selling or renting your property in Marbella or anywhere else on the Costa del Sol, One Marbella will be happy to assist you by offering you our expertise in property valuations. We have a list of clients who are waiting to purchase and rent property in the areas of Benahavis , San Pedro, Nueva Andalucía and The Golden Mile.

Property for sale and rent in Marbella – Estepona and surrounding areas on the Costa del Sol

At One Marbella we unite buyers and sellers, providing the best choice of property for sale in Marbella and the surrounding areas.

Alongside our sales department we have a dedicated rental division which offers both long term rentals and short term rentals in the most popular areas of the Costa del Sol such as The Golden Mile, San Pedro, Sierra Blanca, Nueva Andalucía not forgetting the lively Puerto Banús.

We work alongside all reputable companies based here in the Costa del Sol giving us access to all property for sale and rent in Marbella. You will find villas, apartments as well as townhouses for sale plus many new developments for sale all under one title which is One Marbella , your one stop property shop.

Whether you're thinking of selling or renting your property in Marbella or anywhere else on the Costa del Sol, One Marbella will be happy to assist you by offering you our expertise in property valuations. We have a list of clients who are waiting to purchase and rent property in the areas of Benahavis , San Pedro, Nueva Andalucía and The Golden Mile.

Marbella enters phase 2

Marbella enters phase 2

Slowly we move onto the next phase, phase two brings us a little extra freedom but use it wisely! Beaches will now be open but social distancing should still be in place, this is something that not all countries have adhered to and the reason why the uk in particular still has a very high daily death toll , not everyone is following guidelines and this causes the virus to keep spreading. Swimming pools can now open but still use your common sense , social distancing applies , in fact social distancing is still going to be in effect for most things in phase 2 even with restrictions being lifted the fact remains that this virus is still spreading and there is still no vaccine so ask yourself whether going for that drink or that dinner is really worth it? Weddings can go ahead now but venues cannot allow more than 50% of their capacity the max of 50 guests indoors and 100 outside, funerals now can have a max of 25 people attend. There are also many people walking around thinking that they have hay fever when in fact they have the corona virus and vice versa which is why we must all still wear masks when we cannot keep to the social distancing rule , hay fever is particularity bad this year and the virus as we know spreads through droplets , coughing and sneezing and spluttering so even more so masks are  an essential part of protecting yourself and others.
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Are holidays a thing of the past for the year 2020?

Are holidays a thing of the past for the year 2020?

Most of us look forward to a break at least once a year but it seems this year the world is on lock down while we continue our battle against covid 19 virus. Most countries will begin to lift the restrictions gradually but it’s still going to hit most businesses extremely hard especially those in the hospitality sector in countries like Spain who had a record breaking 83.7 tourists last year. Malaga region is now in phase one and although restaurants and bars can reopen from today restrictions are still very strict , the same with hotels who have to have common areas such as swimming pools closed , borders are still closed in many countries and Spain are insisting that no one other than residents should attempt to fly to Spain without a copy of your residencia documents or you'll be turned away . Many countries are also insisting that anyone entering should now go straight into a two-week quarantine to protect others and themselves from contamination. these two week quarantine rules will apply to brits entering Spain , Italy and France its very doubtful that tourists will want to holiday in a country where they have to remain inside their accommodations as Italy in particular will grant no quarantine to the citizens of EU or Schengen area only and as England is no longer in the Eu or Schengen area this means that we will still have to quarantine as soon as landing Flights are estimated to return late June and July but many airlines are also in financial ruin due to the grounding of nearly all flights so it remains to be seen what airlines will come through this , Ryanair ,British airways and virgin are just a few that have asked for help during this crisis, Flybe entered administration on march 5th they operated almost 40% of domestic flights in the UK. Airlines are trying to keep their customers up to date during covid 19 and below is an estimated time for flights to be resumed but this may change depending on each country’s regulations in the next few weeks.
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Andalucía to go to phase one on Monday 18th May

Andalucía to go to phase one on Monday 18th May

Yesterday a press conference was given at 7pm by the Spanish Health Minister Salvador Illa and Fernando Simón, director of the Coordination Centre for Health Alerts and Emergencies, confirming that the Spainish government was ready to move to Phase One on Monday 18 May. They confirmed that the areas moving forward to phase one will be, Málaga and Granada in Andalusia, outstanding areas in the Valencia region including the remaining areas of Castilla La Mancha along with nearly all the region of Catalonia, with the exception of the city of Barcelona and metropolitan areas. Madrid will be remaining in Phase Zero. Certain restrictions will be relaxed in both Madrid and Barcelona as part of a ‘Phase 0.5’. Introduction of the four-phase plan On the 28th of April Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sánchez announced his government’s ‘Plan for the Transition towards a new normality. The plan which started on the 4th may would gradually be relaxed over an eight-week period and should end around the end of June. The prime Minister also said that further measures to gradually lift restrictions will be proposed to those currently listed below for all phases, depending on each region of Spain. The four phase de-escalation measures depend on the on-going progress across the different regions of Spain to combat Coronavirus that have to meet specific epidemiological criteria and the lifting of restrictions will also depend on the ability to maintain sufficient capacity in intensive care unit facilities, in case there is a sudden increase of infections again. Each region of Spain needs to meet Each region must have the availability or capacity to install between 1.5 and 2 intensive care beds and between 37 and 49 hospital beds for every 10,000 inhabitants within a five-day period. Each region also needs to have the ability to carry out PCR tests on all suspected cases, and then isolating them and testing all of their contacts. Phase One to Start on Monday for Andalusia Phases Two and Three will then commence approximately at two-week intervals, thereafter, depending on the progress of each region. The ‘new normality’ is expected from 25 June. The central government in Madrid, ‘in coordination with the regions’, has the final decision on when each of Spain’s regions and provinces can move towards each next phase. It means the regions of Spain are moving ‘at different speeds’. Andalusia has eight provinces split into two sections for phase one: The provinces of Almería, Jaén, Córdoba, Seville, Cádiz and Huelva moved to Phase One on Monday 11 May. The provinces of Málaga and Granada now also move to Phase One on Monday 18 May. Latest government figures (15 May) show there have been 12,401 confirmed cases of Coronavirus in Andalusia (42 new cases in 24hrs) and where 1,344 people have died. The regional president has also asked that swimming and sunbathing on the beaches of Andalusia should be allowed from 25 May during Phase Two, instead of in Phase Three, as proposed from the Madrid central government. What you can do in a Phase One area The government has published details of what is permitted for people living in the regions and provinces during Phase One in its Boletín Oficial del Estado (BOE). Please note that regional governments will be adapting some of these measures for their own specific areas: The key measures for Phase One are summarised as follows: Up to 10 people can meet for social gatherings, either outside or in someone’s home (also at restaurant and bar terraces – see below), but social distancing measures must be respected between people who do not already live together Small businesses can open and serve customers, as long as health and social distancing measures are in place Restaurants, bars and cafés can open their outside terraces at 50% capacity Hotels and tourist accommodation can open, but communal areas must remain closed Places of worship can open at 30% capacity Non-professional sports are allowed for activities not involving physical contact or use of changing room facilities Outdoor markets can operate but the stalls must be set out with spacing between Cultural events for up to 30 people can be held indoors at 30% of the venue’s capacity Cultural events for up to 200 people can be held outdoors Museums can open at 30% capacity Funerals can be held with ‘limited numbers’ of mourners Rural tourism (possibly forest walks and trekking) is also permitted during this period, yet it should be in limited groups and with the same social distancing measures for people who do not live together It is still compulsory to wear face masks on all public transport in Spain, whatever phase the region or province is in The BOE also recommends that people continue to work from home where possible. If at a workplace, there should be a distance of two metres between employees. Arriving and leaving should be staggered. The official measures are that citizens must not travel from province to province, but travel within a province or healthcare zone is allowed. Whilst travelling within a province that is in Phase One, people are allowed to travel in a private vehicle with other people they live with and without restrictions. Vehicles (with the capacity) will be permitted to be occupied by up to nine people. However, If the occupants of a vehicle do not live together, a limit of one person in each row of seats applies, and they will have to wear face masks. Journeys in private vehicles within a province can be made for any of the activities permitted above (ie, they do not need to be only for essential items) Journeys to second residences and hotels are also allowed, providing they are in the same province. If they are in a different province, trips will not be allowed until towards the end of June.
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