Modern white villa situated in the urbanization Los Monteros.Todo parece pequeño por la amplitud del espacio. It is inspired on "La Maison de Verre" [The crystal house] from the arquitect Pierre Charreau. "The idea was to make a large window with a glass block to let in the light" The architect and sculptor, as he has done with all family dwellings, was responsible for development and care of the details until exhaustion: bathrooms, the pool in the basement with massage room, the kitchen with industrial finishing, the small elevator that connects the three floors, the huge iron gate topped with an arch of the facade. the small garden in the back of the garden, very well spent . On one side of the garden, there is a small casita.Villa J. Camy '.
The Eastern sector of Marbella, which stretches from Río Real to Puerto de Cabopino, is the less urbanized area, has many sandy beaches, a broad range of beach restaurants or chiringuitos and a number of golf clubs in inland residential areas. It is here that such well-known residential developments as Torre Real, Río Real, Los Monteros, Los Altos de Marbella, Santa Clara, Las Chapas, El Rosario, Elviria, Hacienda Las Chapas, Marbesa and Cabopino are located. Cabopino Port a delightful little marina with a number of restaurants and bars, marks the beginning of the municipality on its Eastern side, from the direction of Málaga.