Manilva

Manilva

One of the most charming aspects of Manilva is that, despite its prime location on the coast, there is a refreshing lack of anonymous sky-scraper construction. Therefore, although tourists are just starting to discover the village (with good reason), it remains intrinsically Spanish. The majority of residents live in the commercial centre which covers just two square kilometers.

Sulphur is the ninth most abundant element of the universe and is one of nature´s great jokes on the human race. Known to the ancients as "Brimstone" it is one of the elements essential to life as a constituent of various biologically active compounds. Pure sulphur is odourless, but fun-loving nature frequently combines it with hydrogen to produce hydrogen sulphide, which has the odour of rotten eggs.

Set in Manilva, within 550 metres of Playa de la Duquesa - El Castillo and 2.7 km of Sabinillas Beach, Manilva Playa offers accommodation with free WiFi, air conditioning, a garden and a terrace. The property features sea views.

Situated in Manilva, 450 metres from Playa de la Duquesa - El Castillo, Marina Bella features accommodation with a seasonal outdoor swimming pool, free WiFi, a 24-hour front desk, and a tour desk. This apartment features a private pool, a garden and free private parking.

Boasting a terrace, Rock Bay I 2244 provides accommodation in Manilva with free WiFi and garden views. Situated 2.2 km from Playa de la Duquesa - El Castillo, the property features a seasonal outdoor swimming pool and free private parking.