Capri is located in Estepona, one of the most attractive corners of the Costa del Sol. The town has become one of the most sought-after spots on the Costa del Sol, thanks to its quality of life and its wide range of leisure and lifestyle activities. Yet, it remains true to its roots and is full of Andalucian charm.
Capri looks out to the Mediterranean sea, whilst being sheltered by the Sierra Bermeja mountains, blending blissfully into the natural landscape. It enjoys excellent accessibility to the main roads in the province, making it just 10 minutes from Puerto Banus and less than 45 minutes from Malaga airport.
An abundance of high quality Golf Clubs in the area, justify why this is known as the “Costa del Golf.”
The spectacular natural landscape is the ideal setting for a variety of outdoor sports on both land and sea. In addition, its unbeatable climate, famous for 325 days of sunshine on average per year, together with its sheltered position, make this city a model of quality of life in Spain and Europe.
Capri reinterprets the Mediterranean heritage of the Costa del Sol through modern, quality architecture. The environment blends seamlessly into the natural surroundings. Gardens are landscaped to their full potential to accommodate the spectacular communal areas, set in the wonderful surroundings of the New Golden Mile. This
innovative and sustainable project is designed to deliver a true Mediterranean lifestyle.
Oscar Puga, founding architect of TAU 2000, says that “good architecture is architecture that adapts to us and
our surroundings, architecture that makes our lives easier without denying its context”. Thanks to his sustainable and innovative approach, he and his team have designed and executed projects that are characterised by their exquisite landscape integration. His brilliant professional background and his knowledge of local conditions have made Capri a fully adapted complex that does not renounce its own architectural uniqueness. A unique habitat born of the perfect balance between design and nature.