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Two bedroom house holiday rental in Pueblo Lopez quiet private community in Fuengirola town centre. Spain on the Costa del Sol.
5 minute walk to the beach and town centre. Fantastic beaches and great restaurants and nightlife all within walking distance.
from £19 / night
£132 - £526
Short stays welcome
Luxurious apt close to beaches and center, close to all amenities. Internet and FTA Sky channels.
Ground floor access for wheelchairs, Wintersolarium and grill. No car needed.
Nonsmokers only and no pets. We have other apartments where pets are welcome.
With airconditioning. Electrical heating in all rooms ! In a very typical Andalusian neighborhood!
from £39 / night
£273 - £571
Costa del Sol Holiday cottage near Frigiliana and Nerja.
* (14 places): 3 twin rooms, 4 double rooms, 6 bathrooms.
with swimming pool, sea and mountains view and only 7 minutes from the beach.
Private Parking and acces, Internet wifi free, International TV, BB.
Holidays house in costa del Sol , equipment and comfort for 14 persons. Swimming pool and near beach.WiFi.
from £157 / night
£1100 - £2100
1 night min stay
Stunning 3-bedroom apartment in a secure complex with panoramic sea-views, with 2 swimming pools and a big tropical garden, centrally-located, 300 m to the beach and close to Paloma park, one of the best complexes on the costa. It is well adapted to wheel-chaires.
THE SECURITY DEPOSIT 120 EUROS TO BE GIVEN WHEN ENTERING THE APARTMENT
AND RETURNED UPON INSPECTION!!!
from £58 / night
£400 - £788
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Long a favourite destination, the Costa del Sol offers clean beaches and unbeatable sunshine. Torremolinos attracts a younger crowd, with sweeping beaches, shopping centres and thriving discos. Fuengirola is more family-friendly. There are plenty of watersports on offer, and pedal-boats for the family to enjoy. Malaga offers more relaxed attractions such as Picasso’s birthplace and some of the best fish and seafood restaurants in the region, it also has a lively nightlife. Nerja boasts quieter coves within walking distance of its busier beaches. The town’s main attraction is the Cuevas de Nerja, a series of caverns which contain the world’s largest stalactite. Away from the coast lie the prehistoric dolmen caves at Antequera and the magnificent limestone gorge near El Chorro. Marbella is famous for its luxury, with an impressive old town and an array of upmarket bars and restaurants.
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