Casares Property Guide + 44 (0) 208 299 2722

Not to be mistaken with Casares Costa, the area along the coastal road, Casares village can be found by turning inland from the N340/A7 at Km. 147 (between Estepona and Sabinillas) near Torre de la Sal. Several new developments have sprung up either side of the road that rises up toward the village for about 15km.

As you leave the coast behind the road takes you through some stunningly beautiful countryside and eventually offers up a spectacular and picturesque scenic view of the village. Driving in the village isn’t easy, so visitors and tourists tend to park and walk.

A group of artisans and crafts people have made the village their home, producing exquisite local handicrafts and artworks including weaving, lacework, jewellery and fine woodcarving. There is a small ex-pat community but if you are planning to make Casares your home then a smattering of the Spanish language would probably come in handy. It is the perfect place to choose to purchase a property if you enjoy walking as the area around Casares boasts ten official hiking trails. The surrounding hills and valleys are where some of the larger more secluded villas or Fincas can be found.