Villa with private garden - close to beach
from £45 /night help Price for guests, Nights
from £45 /night help Price for guests, Nights
Estimated nightly price based on a weekly stay. Excludes fees (if applicable). Enter your dates to see the total cost.
Villa / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 4
Availability Your dates are available
Villa / 2 bedrooms / sleeps 4
** Charming traditional Andalusian-style family villa close to beach and golf **
-- Only 500 metres (a pleasant 5 minute stroll) from the beach and close to numerous golf courses
-- Private garden / detached villa for tranquil holiday experience
-- Perfect for family beach holiday, hikers, nature lovers, golfers etc.
-- Bungalow - ideal for those with restricted mobility
-- Private parking in shaded carport at the end of a short cul-de-sac serving only two houses. No through traffic.
-- Plastic inflatable paddling pool for children to enjoy
-- Wifi (please specify if you require wifi). 10 EUR per week.
OFFER (except July and August): Stays of 21 nights or more are charged at £40 per night.
Enjoy the freedom and privacy of a villa with a sunny private Mediterranean garden.
This traditional Andalusian-style bungalow is situated in a quiet, well-established and beautifully maintained residential area on the Costa del Sol. The perfect place to relax and enjoy your holiday. The beach is only a short 5 minute walk away, so it is easy to just head to the beach first thing in the morning for an invigorating swim before heading off to explore the local area or you could pop down to the beach for a short stroll at sunset. The centre of Estepona with its bustling port and tranquil beautifully restored old town is 3km away - a 45 minute walk along the beach.
There are two large supermarkets a short walk away - Aldi (300m) and Mercadona (500m), a Burger King (300m) and the local restaurants (500m) have a very good reputation and offer a range of dishes for all tastes.
GARDEN and TERRACE: The south-west facing terrace with outside dining area and sunbeds is directly accessible from the lounge, and overlooks the private garden which includes a selection of native and tropical plants, as well as fresh herbs and young fruit trees. This is the perfect spot for a BBQ or al-fresco dining or just relaxing on a sunbed and soaking up the sunshine. Or why not head down to the beach with a picnic and a bottle of wine?
LIVING AREA: All rooms are decorated in a traditional Mediterranean style for that Andalusian feeling. A good size living room provides comfortable seating for 5, and satellite TV. There is an additional indoor dining area as well as a fireplace. The house benefits from high ceilings and is single level, making it safe and practical for those with restricted mobility.
Satellite (Astra 19.2 E) TV reception exists for most German channels, as well as some English news channels (BBC World, Sky News, CNN, BBC Entertainment Channel etc) and French news channels. Standard digital terrestrial Spanish channels are also available (TVE, Antena 3, Telecinco etc). There is also a CD/Radio.
BEDROOMS: Bedrooms each have two single beds with firm mattresses and duvet (or sheets with blankets during summer).There is plenty of storage space in large fitted wardrobes and each room has a slow-swirling ceiling fan and mosquito nets on all windows. One bedroom also has air-conditioning.
BATHROOM: There is a bathroom with large walk-in shower and WC as well as another WC which is separate from the main house. Hairdryer and Iron/ ironing board are available for your use.
KITCHEN: The fully equipped kitchen includes a gas cooker, electric oven, fridge/freezer, microwave and dishwasher. All equipment for a self-catering holiday is available with good quality cookware, kettle, coffee machine (percolator), toaster. Some cooking essentials are available i.e. herbs and spices, salt and pepper, sugar, coffee filters. More fresh herbs (Rosemary, Thyme, Oregano, Majoram, Bay Leaves etc) can be found in the garden. There is a table and chairs for four people.
UTILITY ROOM: This is separate from the main house and here you will find an additional toilet, washing machine, washing pegs, travel cot, BBQ, beach equipment e.g. sun umbrella, beach mats etc.
PARKING: The shaded carport is well away from any through road and provides off road parking right next to the front door. Ideal for family holiday or for those with restricted mobility (almost no steps). There is no traffic noise as the villa is located at the end of a quiet cul-de-sac that provides access to only two villas.
WIFI: 100 Mb at speeds of up to 3.6 mbps every day. Subsequent data usage will be at reduced speeds of 128 kbps. Please specify if this is required.
This cozy little villa is situated in a quiet residential area and is perfect for couples or families who want to enjoy the wonderful Spanish climate and the relaxing private garden. The villa is primarily intended for the use of family and friends and is therefore perfectly equipped with everything you could possibly need.
With over 320 sunny days, outdoor activities can be enjoyed all year. Estepona is the perfect base for sightseeing in Malaga or Ronda, or driving around the white villages just behind the Sierra Bermeja mountain range. The Atlantic coast near Tarifa is only a short drive away. Other activities include horse riding, kite-surfing, wind-surfing, sightseeing, diving, mountain biking.....
HIKING: Nearby there are numerous hiking areas and nature reserves. We are fortunate to have known this area for over 20 years and can provide advice on hiking routes or information on the natural history of this wonderful region. The Senda de Malaga is a newly inaugurated series of hiking routes through some amazing scenery. Best areas for hiking include the Sierra Bermeja (Estepona), Sierra Blanca (Marbella and Ojen), Sierra de las Nieves (Ronda, Yunquera and Istan), Serrania de Ronda (near Estepona), Sierra Crestellina (Casares), Los Alcornocales Nature Reserve (Cork Oak Forests near Los Barrios), Mediterranean Steps in Gibraltar with views of both Europe and Africa. Grazalema Nature Reserve for lush vegetation and rocky landscapes. El Torcal near Antequera for limestone rock formations. Best times for enjoying the natural beauty of the mountains around Estepona are the beginning of April to the end of June. However, with over 320 sunny days a year it is possible to go walking throughout the year with the exception of the hotter summer months of July and August.
BIRD WATCHING: The area has many sites of interest for bird watching i.e. Guadalhorce Wetlands near Malaga, Wetlands at La Janda near Tarifa, Gibraltar for migratory birds, Casares for vultures and the Lesser Kestrel, Flamingos at La Fuente de Piedra, Raptors in the Sierras, Bee-eaters, Hoopoos etc etc,
WILDFLOWERS: Which time of year for wild flowers? Botanists will enjoy the many orchid species that flower between February and June, Almond blossom in January, while plants at higher altitudes (Sierra de las Nieves) can be enjoyed during June/July. In our opinion, the most beautiful time of year is between April and June. Botanical gardens are at their best during spring and early summer i.e. La Concepcion near Malaga and in the Alcornocales Natural Park near Los Barrios (highly recommended). Estepona has a small park with botanical information around the lighthouse near the fishing port.
GOLF: Estepona boasts numerous golf courses from which to choose. Enjoy the pleasant temperatures and Mediterranean sun while throughout autumn, winter and spring. We have 4 sets of golf clubs (2 men's and 2 ladies) with 3 trolleys available on request. Use of these is free but a deposit is required.
CULTURAL SITES: Enjoy the local culture. the Old Town of Estepona has been lovingly restored during the last two years and is now the garden of the Costa. Most of the old town is now pedestrianised and has been decorated with hanging plants and larger container plants. Visit the Pueblos blancos in the valley behind Estepona, including Genalguacil which has open air sculptures. Roman ruins (free entry to EU citizens) just behind Bolonia beach near Tarifa. Caves at Gibraltar (take passport and don't forget to visit the famous Barbary Macaques) and in the Serrania de Ronda just behind Estepona. Museums in Ronda and Malaga. Art Galleries i.e. Picasso museum, Thyssen Museum and Modern Art in Malaga City. Day trip to the Alhambra in Granada (book in advance).
FOOD: Enjoy tapas just about anywhere. Fresh fish - especially in the fishing port of Estepona. Wonderful Spanish wines and sherry. Super strong Spanish coffee whilst watching the world go by.
|Size||Sleeps up to 4, 2 bedrooms|
|Check in time:||16:00|
|Check out time:||10:00|
|Nearest beach||Playa Guadalobon / Costa Natura 500 m|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Nearest Amenities||200 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Malaga Airport 80 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Log fire, Internet access|
|General||Air conditioning, TV, CD player, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||2 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (4), Cots (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 5|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ|
|Access||Parking, Suitable for people with restricted mobility, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
The Andalucia region
Andalucia has a long and colourful history which reflects in the local architecture, food and customs. Andalucia elicits thoughts of sun, beaches, warmth.... but there is more to this wonderful Spanish autonomous region than this. The vibrancy of the culture and its people, permeates the entirety of everyday life including the Mediterranean cuisine. Food drenched in olive oil with the freshest of fruits and vegetables, freshly caught fish, spicy chorizo sausage, tapas which can include all kinds of salads, Spanish tortilla, marinated olives, and all washed down with the famous Spanish red or white wines. You can almost taste the sun. Extra strong coffee that has been double roasted can be enjoyed outside enjoying the sunshine.
The towns and villages mostly retain their white-washed charm and have a sleepy calmness during the hottest part of the day during summer, but then come to life in the evenings. The Moorish influences are not just evident in the language, but also in the narrow alleyways of the towns and villages, helping to keep residents cool during the summer. Visit Seville, Cordoba, Granada (day trip from Estepona) or Ronda (day trip) to see the richness of the cultural heritage.
Geographically, behind the busy coastal towns, lies a hidden world of mountains and small villages, where there are still signs of small scale and subsistence farming and where life seems to have changed little over the centuries. This is the food engine of Andalucia, producing ample supplies of Almonds, Olives, Pomegranates, Oranges, Avocados, Figs, Chestnuts... to name but a few. The Valle de Genal just behind Estepona is a perfect example of this way of life. Meanwhile, the cork oak forests with their huge gnarled trees yield corks for wine and reveal a deep rich red stem when they have been newly harvested. These are found throughout the region, but some of the best examples are in the Alcornocales Natural Park which is a 30 minute drive from Estepona. During the autumn (dependent of sufficient quantities of rain), the forest offers a bountiful harvest of wild mushrooms including chantarelles, ceps, and parasol mushrooms. Which brings us back to food...
Estepona has managed to retain its unique identity with its extensive old town of white-washed houses that have been beautifully adorned with hanging baskets of flowers by the friendly local residents. Most of the old town has recently been pedestrianized which makes a stroll through the town looking on the way to a cafe, bar or restaurants a real pleasure. Local residents are very welcoming and helpful and most will welcome a chance to practice their language skills.
Following are some more its the reasons why Estepona is such a wonderful place to visit...
CLIMATE: With over 320 days of sunshine per year, the Costa del Sol is a great place to be throughout the year. Estepona benefits from a unique microclimate that ensures that temperatures are warmer during the winter months and pleasantly fresher during the hot summer months. The climate makes Estepona the area perfect for hiking throughout the year, for golfers, families looking for a child friendly beach holiday or couples in need of some relaxation. Alfresco dining is possible throughout the year, even during the winter months, when daytime temperatures often reach the low 20s. Even on cooler days, the sun shines relentlessly!
CULTURE: Estepona is perfectly located to reach a wide range of cultural sites e.g the museums of Malaga, Ronda in the mountains, the relaxed white villages just behind the Sierra Bermeja (the mountain range surrounding Estepona) and the Roman ruins near Tarifa on the Atlantic cost.
CHILDREN: There is a wealth of adventure parks in the area including Estepona's Selwo Safari park and other zoos and aquariums.
BEACHES: Estepona boasts several blue flag beaches with lifeguards and facilities during the summer months.
GOLF: Golfers will enjoy the many beautiful courses, many of which offer very reasonable green fees.
Guest reviewsPowered by TripAdvisor
Guest reviews no reviews
Guest reviews Powered by TripAdvisor
Help other travellers decide where to stay
This holiday home hasn’t got any reviews yet. The average rating on Holiday Lettings is four out of five. This place could be newly added or perhaps it’s a well kept secret. Either way, it’s time to reveal all.
You're booking with
100% Response rate
Calendar last updated:10 Jun 2015
Based in United Kingdom