- Salsa Inmobiliaria has handed over the keys to the first owners of the La Almunia development located in Algarrobo Costa
- This promotion is the first Eco-Friendly in Eastern Costa del Sol and has individual gardens, solar panels, vehicle charging points and sustainable taps that allow savings of 40% in water consumption
Malaga, 9 novembre 2023. The first ‘Eco-Friendly’ homes on the entire eastern Costa del Sol have already been delivered to the owners who will enjoy them. This is a development called La Almunia promoted by Salsa Inmobiliaria and is located in the municipality of Algarrobo Costa, Málaga.
Specifically, each and every one of the homes has its own private 9 m² garden, where you can grow crops freely in an ‘Eco-Friendly’ way. Furthermore, one of the main architectural bets is the production of hot water through solar panels and sustainable taps that allow savings of 40% in consumption.
“This is a pioneering development and we believe it will set a precedent for future constructions. Concern for the environment is one of the factors that has gained the most strength in recent times; “The owners no longer only look at the location and price of the homes, but also care about sustainability,” says Fernando Fernández Álamos, director of Real Estate Promotion at Salsa Inmobiliaria.
Other sustainable aspects
These homes not only have their own individual gardens or sustainable taps, but also common areas that contribute to the environment such as pre-installation for charging electric vehicles; the community lighting, made up of low-consumption bulbs, or the swimming pool, which, being saltwater, does not require chemical products for its maintenance.
“The gardens are another of the attractions of this promotion, since they have exclusively native plants to promote the conservation of the flora and fauna of a region as varied and colorful as Axarquía,” adds Fernández Álamos.
The developer Salsa has invested 11.8 million euros in Algarrobo Costa to build this ecological and sustainable development, designed to promote energy savings and equipped with private gardens. Hence its name, La Almunia, which derives from the Arabic-Hispanic term almunya, and which means garden or farm. The development (between Manuel de Falla street and Pago de la Vega highway) is made up of 84 two and three bedroom homes.