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La Carihuela, Torremolinos : History and Information

La Carihuela, Torremolinos : History and Information

The beach of La Carihuela, in Torremolinos, is 18 km away. from the center of the city, and covers from the Bajondillo beach to the Puerto Deportivo de Benalmádena.

Of dark sand, it has an extension of 2,100 meters in length and 40 meters in average width, and usually has a calm or moderate wave tide.

If for some reason the beach of La Carihuela stands out, it is due to the number of nearby restaurants and chiringuitos where you can enjoy the typical fried fish from Málaga or numerous traditional dishes.

Its name pays tribute to the old fishing district located east of the city, now converted into a cosmopolitan area that concentrates a large number of leisure establishments and hotels.

Its areas of palm trees with natural grass provide a pleasant shade that invites you to enjoy the summer days.

In high season we can find kiosks, hammock rental services and nautical equipment such as pedal boats. In addition, in summer, this beach becomes one of the most frequented in the area thanks to the fact that it hosts various shows.

One of the most special days to enjoy the beach of La Carihuela is on July 16, during the feast of the Virgen del Carmen, patron saint of the municipality, which hosts a wide program of recreational activities around the procession and Boarding of the Virgin.

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Top 5 mistakes when buying a house in Spain

Top 5 mistakes when buying a house in Spain

Many buyers of a house in Spain make the mistake of doing the following in the purchasing process.

1. Make the first payment too fast.

Before making a first payment to the seller, you must make sure you have negotiated everything you want. Once you have paid something, it is more difficult to negotiate with the seller. The seller already has a part of the purchase price and, therefore, his commercial position is weak.

Make the first payment too fast

Make the first payment too fast

2. Do not put everything on paper.

Often, negotiations are carried out when considering buying a house, but are left as a verbal record; for example, an arrangement on painting to be made. This happens under the denominator, “we will do it later”. Or “that will be fine”. It may sound good, but it could be “forgotten”, so put it on a piece of paper. That avoids the later arguments.

Do not put everything on paper.

Do not put everything on paper.

3. Enough tracking of the areas.

The areas of the plot and the property are insufficiently registered. These must correspond to the areas that appear in the property registry. Deviations often occur and do not have to be a problem, but must be corrected by the seller at the time of transfer.

Enough tracking of the areas.

Enough tracking of the areas.

4. Not to ask around if you plan a major refurbishment.

This is important when you buy an apartment in a complex. If you are going to do a large-scale job on the roof or on the facades, the owners association will know. It is useful to know before buying. Depending on the amount of maintenance expired, the cost could be considerable.

Not to ask around if you plan a major refurbishment.

Not to ask around if you plan a major refurbishment.

5. Do not verify if the selling party is the true owner.

Are the sellers the owners or, for example, the heirs of the owner? Or, the property belongs to a company that no longer exists and the records have not yet been updated in the property registry.

Do not verify if the selling party is the true owner.

Do not verify if the selling party is the true owner.