Terra Meridiana was founded in 2004 and works from offices in Estepona on the Costa del Sol with representative offices in London.
Our Spanish office is conveniently situated at the heart of the area we specialise in for property sales and rentals. It includes Marbella, Estepona and Benahavis, and while incorporating in the up-and-coming New Golden Mile also it includes country areas like Gaucín, Casares, Ronda and the Costa de la Luz.
We love what we do and combine a passion for beautiful homes with a sound technical knowledge of the Marbella property market, residential areas and also the financial and legal aspects of buying a home in southern Spain. Above all, we are committed to offering a service that is professional, transparent and effective but also personal.
Terra Meridiana seeks to offer its clients the broadest possible choice and information, and as a multiple listing agent we have access to 99% of the properties for sale in this region. Our website is designed to enable you to search for homes, orientate and inform yourself, and once you have contacted us we use our market knowledge and experience to put attractive properties before you.
The majority of our clients are from within the European Union, including especially the UK and Ireland, Scandinavia, the Benelux, France, Germany and Italy, with a significant proportion of buyers also from Russia, the UAE, Morocco, the USA and of course Spain itself.
Most are looking for a holiday home or main residence, and they can choose from a wide range of villas, apartments, penthouses and townhouses/semi-detached villas in beach, golf, suburban, town or country locations across this gorgeous coastal region.
We also work on behalf of private and institutional investors looking for opportunities in property development projects, land banking, hotels, multiple-unit purchases or indeed smaller home renovation projects, for which Estepona’s charming historic centre offers particular scope.
Contact our team of knowledgeable experts and put us to the test!
Originally published in June 2014, updated by Adam Neale July 2018