The complex was designed by Hugo Torrico Camacho, a Spanish architect and landscape architect with a recognized career in luxury buildings with a specific taste to select materials for more exclusive buildings.
Lomas del Marques resembles a typical Andalusian, whitewashed mountain village, called "pueblo blanco". With special attention to local trees and plants in the garden to reinforce the connection to the local area.

Garden & Pools

The complex has large landscaped gardens and colorful, nicely matching the total Andalusian style of the whole area. Natural waterfalls and small ponds harmoniously integrated into the original stone from the small hills and give you the pleasant feeling of a walk in nature. The colorful variety of flowers bring additional vibrancy into the large green areas in and around the various small paths in the complex. 

Everywhere in the garden, one can enjoy panoramic views of both the Mediterranean Sea, the mountains, Gibraltar or the nearby golf course.

In addition, a stroll through the gardens will lead you to one of the two outdoor pools, one with a pool bar, the other with a magnificent view over the golf course, Gibraltar and the sea.


Guests of Lomas del Marques have the opportunity to enjoy a good workout in the communal gym. 3 minutes from the complex you will find a "driving range".

For those who like to enjoy outdoor sports, the nearby area of La Alqueria and Atalaya Benahavis challenging hills for running, cycling, mountain biking and hiking.

Golf Courses

Costa del Sol is also known as the Costa del Golf. And not without reason, the Costa del Sol offers more than 60 courses. Regardless of the level and style of golf you want to play you will surely find something to your liking among the many beautiful golf courses near Lomas del Marques in the middle of the Golf Valley.

Golf packages has become more popular among our clients. 

Atalaya Golf & Country Club, 
Carretera de Benahavis, km 0,7 - tel 0034 952 882 812.


Marbella is located just behind the Sierra Blanca mountains, one has a very pleasant micro-climate with an average of 320 sunny days per year. The climate in Marbella is extremely mild, with average temperatures of around 19 ° C all year round.

During the hottest months, July and August, the temperature above 30 degrees, while rises in winter temperatures can drop to around 12 degrees.

Of course it's raining here too, but with 45 days of rain per year and most of them, in the months of November to February, can almost be guaranteed beautiful weather, from spring to winter. One can safely say that Marbella has the best weather in Europe.


The lovely climate, many beaches, nature and numerous sports opportunities are just some of the many attractions that this area offers.

The historic district of Marbella shows its typical Andalusian charm through neat whitewashed façades decorated with grilles and geraniums or the orange trees that spring up every corner. The heart of the city is Plaza de los Naranjos, from the Renaissance, flanked by noble buildings like the Town Hall (16th century) and the old magistrate building (17th century). It is recommended that the Spanish Contemporary Engraving Museum with its interesting collection of engravings from the 19th and 20th centuries, with works by Picasso, Miró and Dalí.