Although this is a 3 bedroom luxury apartment, it is being rented and priced as a 2 bedroom apartment therefore providing an even more spacious environment and true value for money. Please note the third bedroom is a twin room more suitable for children than adults.
Situated in Duquesa, Costa Del Sol, the apartment offers everything the holidaymaker could wish for. It is set in an exclusive Spanish resort built in the style of a typical Andalucian village located in the hillside 1km inland from the beach and Duquesa Port.
The communal pool with sunbeds and parasols is beautifully landscaped and offers the addition of a toddlers pool in the immediate vicinity. The guests lounge, bar and restaurant over looks the pool area providing all you need for a day by the pool or in the sun.
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Duquesa 900 m|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month), Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Access||Car advised, Wheelchair users|
|Nearest Amenities||1 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Gibraltar 10 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||Pets welcome, Yes, smoking allowed|
|Luxuries||Jacuzzi or hot tub, Sauna, Internet access, DVD player|
|General||Central heating, Air conditioning, TV, CD player, Safe, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 En suites|
|Furniture||Single beds (2), Double beds (2), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 5|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Shared garden, Climbing frame|
|Access||Wheelchair users, Secure parking, Lift access|
|Further details indoors|
Furnished and equipped to the very highest standard this three bedroom, air conditioned/heated fully furnished, ground floor property with wheelchair access is newly constructed and decorated to a high standard throughout. The terrace is ideal for all year round. Further benefits include private secure underground parking and a full range of hotel style facilities with WIFI internet access.
The accommodation comprises:
- master bedroom with modern en-suite bathroom;
- one double bedrooms;
- one twin bedroom:
- shower room and toilet;
- fully fitted kitchen;
- lounge/dining area; and
- 48sq.m terrace with table and chairs with access from both lounge and master bedroom;
|Further details outdoors|
The resort enjoys beautiful tropical gardens with attractive fountains and a well-equipped enclosed children's play area with mini golf and paddle tennis. Further facilities include a gym, spa, sauna, jacuzzi, paddle tennis, good restaurant (with an all day menu ranging from piri piri prawns to a full English breakfast) and bar with comfortable lounge area overlooking the swimming pool and children's pool.
Golfers/weekend parties – short breaks available, pricing dependant on numbers/dates. Please enquire for details.
The accommodation sleeps 6 people but there is also a large sofa.
Andalucía is often regarded as the meeting point between Europe, Africa and the seas. The region is steeped in history and dominated by a mixture of cultures: Roman ruins, Moorish towers, Renaissance churches and Gothic monuments all bear witness to its colourful past. Here traditions are deeply rooted in everyday life as demonstrated by the many religious festivals held throughout the year.
The Costa del Sol is, of course, renowned for its golf courses and boasts an impressive range of courses designed to challenge the novice and the seasoned player alike. The privileged climate of the area makes golf enjoyable all year round. Valderrama, near Estepona, has hosted the Ryder Cup in recent years.
The numerous beaches range from the popular holiday beaches which are to be found around Marbella - with excellent water sports facilities including windsurfing and deep sea diving - to natural and less crowded beaches further along the coastline.
Some of the most exclusive shops in Spain are to be found in the 'jet set' towns of Marbella and Puerto Banús. San Pedro also offers excellent shopping and restaurants. Puerto Banús and Sotogrande attract the many luxurious yachts and boats which sail the Mediterranean, whilst Estepona still retains the magical charm of a traditional fishing village. In all these towns there is an abundance of the finest restaurants specialising in superb fresh seafood and delicious local cuisine.
The delightful town of Ronda (50 minus by car) with its breathtaking views and fantastic restaurants and shops and the traditional white Spanish village of Casares (20 mins by car) are well worth a visit as is a drive to Gibraltar with its infamous monkeys. If you have time a day trip to Morocco, North Africa on the ferry (35 euros from the town of Tarifa - renowned for its windsurfing and kite surfing opportunities with the addition of great shops and hotels) is a must. If you stay in Tarifa the ‘Hurricane Hotel’ is fully recommended!
For that touch of holiday luxury - just past Estepona is the very upmarket beach club ‘Laguna Village’ with equally upmarket shops and restaurants. A day on a beach sunbed will cost you 25 euros and a bed by the pool 45 euros but you will enjoy contemporary elegance, music and service from exotic Spanish locals! Spend your last day here as a treat to yourself! Nearby this beach during the high season you can also hire your own jet ski for that extra holiday rush!
Take a trip to the historic town of Jerez, in the sherry producing region.
There are plenty of activities for al the family: a first class equestrian centre in Estepona, numerous tennis courts at El Madroñal country Club, not far from La Heredia, aqua parks at Puerto Banús and Estepona, and a wonderful zoo/safari and nature park at Selwo, Estepona. There are fascinating museums, exposition centres and art galleries, particularly in Málaga, the birthplace of Picasso. Gibraltar is less than one hour's drive away and within two hours you can be skiing on the slopes of the Sierra Nevada mountains.
Summary of what local towns have to offer:
Sabinillas 1 km away - offering, shops; bars; restaurants; market on Friday; flea market on Sunday
Duquesa 2 km away - offering, shops; bars; restaurants; marina;
Manilva 3 km away - offering, roman baths; 17th century church; 18th century castle; famous wine
Estepona 9 km away - offering, traditional fishing port; riding centre; market on Wednesday and Sunday
Casares 14 km away - offering, traditional andulucian hill top town
Sotogrande 15 km away - offering, marina; shops; bars and restaurants
Puerto Banús 30 km away - offering, marina; shops; excellent night life, bars and restaurants
Gibraltar 30 km away - offering, airport; apes!
Marbella 33 km away - offering, shops; restaurants; sandy beaches; museums; galleries; amusement park
Algeciras 45 km away - offering, ferry to morocco: water park
Málaga 95 km away - offering, international airport; commercial centre of costa del sol; picasso museum
Seville 190 km away - offering, lively historical city; famous cathedral; mudéjar palace; cultural centre
Duquesa itself offers uncrowded beaches with numerous beach bars or ‘Chiringuitos’, restaurants serving both local and English cuisine, supermarkets, banks and shops. A sun bed with parasol can be hired on this beach for only 4 euros a day!
Duquesa is renowned for the golfing opportunities and there are more than 40 golf courses along the Costa del Sol coastline and the area surrounding Duquesa boasts some of the best including Valderama, Sotogrande, San Roque just 15 mins drive and Estepona Golf Club less than 10 mins amongst the many.
Duquesa Port (less than 5 minutes by car) is a must with an array of restaurants and bars and a fantastic atmosphere both during the day and in the evening - whether it is Paella you seek or a good English fry up!
Supermarkets; Less than 5 mins from the property by car Eroski supermarket has everything you will need for your holiday including all those home comforts you usually miss out on! Above Eroski you will find a restaurant called The Clubhouse where you will get traditional english food and value for money.
Adjacent to Duquesa is the town of Sabanillas with more shops and facilites. From Sabanillas you can walk along this popular beach promenade towards Estepona. Towards the end of the promenade an array of restaurants line the street offering all kinds of cuisine and entertainment.
Sabanillas beach is one of the most popular and during the high season will become busy. This beach continues through the town of Estepona.
Estepona is perhaps the most developed of the coastal towns with an array of shops and facilities. The beach here – like Sabanillas can be very busy however if you proceed towards the far end of the beach you will find more space to yourself! We have found (during the high season of course) that it is here that you will find the best ‘Chiringuitos’ namely ‘The Blue Dolphin’ near Carrefour supermarket which serves fantastic food and beer at good prices. They also offer dolphin expeditions widely renowned as being a fantastic experience.
Carrefour is a fantastic 'hypermarket' where you be able to buy absolutely anything that you may need for your holiday in Spain.
Estepona market on a Sunday and a Wednesday offers leather goods, jewellery, clothes much more. Set within the marina with its array of restaurants and supermarket this morning out offers something for everyone.