Exclusive new luxury villas in the hills of Andalusia

In the heart of the breathtaking hills of Andalusia, Automobili Lamborghini, in partnership with international luxury real estate company Dar Global, has inspired the design of the Tierra Viva complex, located in the exclusive village of Benahavis, just a 10-minute drive from beautiful Marbella.

Tierra Viva, Automobili Lamborghini’s first residential project in Europe, features 53 large individual villas inspired by iconic super sports car designs. Positioned at different heights, the villas offer residents panoramic views of the Mediterranean Sea.

The complex features three different types of villas: Diamante, Zafiro and Esmeralda. Each unit has direct car access, a rooftop swimming pool, multiple terraces, and a large garden. The interiors are embellished with high-end finishes inspired by the style of Automobili Lamborghini.

Benahavis, renowned for its exceptional exclusivity and tranquility, welcomes this unique complex. Its strategic location offers residents easy access to various points of interest, including the beach, Puerto Banús, the Marbella Club Golden Mile, and the Marbella Marina.

Stephan Winkelmann, Chairman and CEO of Automobili Lamborghini, stated: “This is a strategic collaboration driven by shared values of excellence, quality and innovation. Dar Global’s experience in creating luxury properties in combination with Automobili Lamborghini’s design philosophy has led to this stunning achievement.”


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Ziad El Chaar, CEO of Dar Global, commented: “Our partnership with Automobili Lamborghini is based on a shared vision of high-quality projects combined with attention to detail. Together we have created spaces that embody a lifestyle that is sophisticated and rich in experiences.”

Comments (7)

  1. Anton says:

    Love the design as it picks up on the traditional Andalusian use of white and light. Though here the architect has done it on a grand scale.

  2. Caroline Bartlett says:

    I’m suffering from a bad bout of villa envy. These villas are uber cool and stylish.

    Could you have any car other than a Lamborghini on the drive?

  3. Ruth says:

    These villas look delectable in these shots. I can help wondering though, what they’d look like, once a lifestyle photographer sets one of them up for a glossy magazine feature.

  4. Richie Bennett says:

    It’s a very bold move of Lamborghini to diversify into property. They’ve got such an immaculate brand reputation that it’s a brave transition into a completely new area for them. Anything goes wrong, perhaps a spot of dodgy plumbing, and it could harm their brand’s standing. When you’ve got a premium brand there’s no room for error.

  5. John says:

    Let’s hope that some of these villas are snapped up for the rental market.

    After this summer’s searing heat, and the record temperature stats, from last year too, I think that a lot of us will be thinking twice about taking our summer holidays in Southern Europe, though I would imagine that the villas have very effective air conditioning systems.

    A spring of autumn holiday in one of these villas, getting the family together for a blissful couple of weeks would be a dream.

  6. Jean Hall says:

    Such a great location. So many options are open to you. A day in Marbella. A trip to the beach or longer excursions to some of the great Spanish cities such as Cordoba, Granada and Seville.

    Or you can just stay back at base and relax …

    What’s not to like?

  7. Grace says:

    Am I right in thinking that these villas are so well strategically positioned that you are not overlooked and perhaps even more importantly don’t look out over the neighbouring villas? That picture of the pool seems only to give infinity views out to the Med.

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