Its proximity to the capital (around 20 minutes by car), the town’s extensive array of cultural and leisure options and its wide range of amenities make opting to live in San Sebastián de los Reyes a wise choice if you are looking for a new-build home in Madrid. We invite you to read about “the essentials” of one of Madrid’s neighbourhoods par excellence.
One of Madrid’s most iconic shopping malls is located in this area: Plaza Norte. Built in a Renaissance style, with its emblematic 35-metre high dome and its round central gallery, Plaza Norte houses more than 200 shops (fashion, homeware, jewellery, etc.), restaurants, cinemas and pubs. An essential shopping destination if you are going to live in San Sebastián de los Reyes!
The area is surrounded by green areas. These include the “Spider Park” known for its giant slides which is a great place to take a stroll with the family or enjoy outdoor activities, and “Parque de los Arroyos” where the main draw is its large lake.
Worthy of mention is the “Dehesa Boyal Natural Park” a 100% protected area of natural beauty and home to hundreds of plant and animal species, which is a source of abundant clean air for the area.
The best quality of life, close to home.
These are two great options if you want to take some exercise:
If you are a golf fan, visit the nearby San Sebastián de los Reyes Golf School at the Dehesa Boyal Sports Centre, set in an outstanding natural landscape.
If horse-riding is your thing, then no doubt the Club de Campo Royal Spanish Horse Riding Society is where you’ll want to be. With over 100 years of history and more than 6000 members, it is the perfect meeting place for families and for people who share a passion for this sport.
Did you know that if you live in San Sebastián de los Reyes you have some of Madrid’s finest restaurants catering for all tastes on your doorstep?
El Oso, serving seasonal Asturian cuisine, is located in La Moraleja and features in two of the country’s most prestigious guides, the Repsol Guide and the Michelin Spain and Portugal Guide.
If you prefer fusion food, visit Kanbun for innovative Asian cuisine and its exquisite blend of ingredients from Chinese and Japanese culinary traditions.
In addition, nearby is one of Madrid’s most fashionable districts, offering a multitude of dining-out options in some of the city’s swankiest restaurants: Montecarmelo.