Who we are



A little more than four years ago a group of women and men, who were aware of the aging of the population and of themselves, founded the Andalusian Cooperative Society under the name “Salobreña Tropical International Care home for Senior Citizens”. Their aim was to build a residential complex under the same name in order to enjoy the comprehensive health and hygiene care they deserve, appropriate nutrition, and intensive therapies to suit the elderly; allowing them to age happily and enhance life.


Both the promotion and operating phases will be carried out by the Cooperative’s associative bodies, established at the General Meetings; thus converting the whole 6182 square metre complex into the property of the Cooperative Society’s partners, comprising 50 joint owners, through deeds.



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Each one of them will have a special apartment with 2 bedrooms (one twin room and one single), living room, bathroom and terrace, as well as a share in the ownership of all the Residence’s outbuildings, such as common and leisure services (swimming pool, gardens etc).



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 This Residential Centre aims to offer comprehensive care to senior citizens, who shall have large, bright rooms in a unique subtropical spot of Europe, surrounded by lush tropical vegetation, 150 metres away from the beach, with 320 days of sun a year and overlooking the Alpujarra side of the Sierra Nevada mountain range.


The average temperature is 17.4º. It is 65 kilometres away from Granada, 90 kilometres away from Málaga, 92 kilometres away from Almería, and 5 minutes away from the Hospital of Motril. It is equidistant from the three biggest airports in Eastern Andalusia.


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The project has now been completed, endorsed by the Architects’ Association, approved by the Regional Government of Andalusia and with planning permission issued by the Salobreña Town Hall.

The Residence offers places for able-bodied and assisted persons- for joint owners and residents-, and places for day stays that can benefit from the following general services:


            1. Health service:



                       Auxiliary staff

                       Pharmacy control





                       Occupational therapy





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2. Diet: own kitchen with specific diets in dining rooms, in accordance with medical recommendations.


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3. Other:

                       Socio-cultural care

                       Family care

                       Walks and health tours

                       Cultural and communal trips

                       Library and reading room

                       Television and game room

                       Visiting room

                       Outdoor swimming-pool


                       Religious service for those who request it





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