Villa | 6 bedrooms | sleeps 12
Gaucin Exclusive is a very unique modern style luxury villa situated in a wonderful location with grounds extending to 50,000m2. Nestled between the picturesque unspoilt villages of Casares and Gaucin on Spain's Costa del Sol, it is a convenient short drive from the coast. The villa is suitable for couples, families and friends looking for a relaxing and enjoyable break to unwind and re-charge. By far the best way to relax and enjoy Spain is in a luxury villa set in an idyllic location, with the spectacular backdrop of the Andalusian countryside and Sierra mountains. Staying in this peaceful haven, one thing is for sure, you will leave feeling rested and refreshed.
This very unique and special property is tucked away in the secluded mountains with very few passing cars and many not knowing of its existence. Built only five years ago this property is truly unique in the area, and is the only villa of its kind. It is the only newly built property available anywhere in the area following the introduction of new the 'Junta de' Andalucía's new rustic land laws, which prohibits the construction on new properties in rural areas. Puerto Banus based architect Carlos Lamas, whose work is widely recognised and appreciated, designed the property built on two levels which blends regional architecture with ultra modern design.
Gaucin Exclusive is one of the few properties in the area meaning that it is unrivalled in providing the highest level of privacy and security . The property itself is fully fitted with the latest high security technology including two gated entrances and CCTV, so that you can relax and enjoy your time in this private hideaway. It is the perfect secure environment for the whole family to relax and enjoy.
Beautifully furnished this property offers both comfort and spacious elegant entertaining areas and six large bedroom suites. Among the many comforts and amenities is the private gym, offering guests a convenient facility to work out before or after a glorious day in the sun. The Stylish lounge areas are perfect for informal daytime relaxing and summer nights entertaining flow on to an outdoor area for alfresco dining to the sounds of the crickets under the stars, shining over the beautifully lit pool.
New to the rental market, be one of the first to stay at this wonderful brand new villa and experience the rarely visited Gaucin, one of Andalucia's most scenic and unspoilt towns with the most spectacular views.
|Size||Sleeps up to 12, 6 bedrooms|
|Will consider||Corporate bookings, Short breaks (1-4 days)|
|Access||Car advised, Wheelchair users|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Gibraltar or Malaga 90 km, Nearest railway: Estacion de Gaucin 15 km|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages, Suitable for people with restricted mobility|
|Notes||No pets allowed, Yes, smoking allowed|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Log fire, Internet access, DVD player|
|General||Central heating, Air conditioning, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer|
|Rooms||6 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 5 En suites|
|Furniture||Single beds (6), Double beds (3), Dining seats for 10, Lounge seats for 10|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ|
|Access||Wheelchair users, Secure parking|
The property is nestled between the picturesque unspoilt villages of Casares and Gaucin on Spain's Costa del Sol. It is a convenient short drive from the coast (just 15 minutes) but secluded enough to enjoy total privacy and relaxation.
The nearby village of Gaucín is a town located in the mountains of Andalucia in the province of Málaga in southern Spain. It is inland from Marbella, Puerto Banús and Estepona and not far from Ronda. The village has a population of approximately 2,000. and lies around 600 metres above sea level in the Sierra del Hacho, dominated by the Castillo del Aguila (Eagle's Castle), originally a Roman stronghold, expanded by the Arabs.
Gaucín is known for its spectacular views of Gibraltar, the Strait of Gibraltar and Morocco, as well the surrounding mountain scenery. It can be used as a base for visits to the so-called pueblos blancos of Andalucia. The village is reached by a 24km climb up a mountain road and presided over by a medieval castle. The population is augmented by a growing group of British expatriates. In the tourist shops, cork items are very popular, because cork forests surround the village.
Gaucín has been the inspiration of a number of artists and writers, and has been referred to as the "balcony of the Ronda Mountains, where the Holy Child appeared to St. John of God: the illustrious, always noble, very hospitable village of Gaucín."
Places to visit-
As well as offering a secluded haven tucked away in the beautiful Andalucian countryside, the property is also ideally located to access some of Spain's most historic and cultural attractions and of course it's breathtaking scenery.
Gibraltar is the famous headland guarding the entrance to the Mediterranean Sea from the Atlantic Ocean. It is dominated by 'the Rock' that guards the Straits of Gibraltar with Morocco to the south. British for nearly 300 years, you will find much that is familiar combined with a Mediterranean ambience. Take the cable-car to enjoy the spectacular views towards Africa, visit St Michael's Cave, the Siege Tunnels and, of course, see the famous Barbary apes.
Whilst staying in Gaucin Exclusive why not take an unforgettable voyage to Morocco in the continent of Africa. With direct ferries from Gibraltar and Tarifa to Tangier or Ceuta this possibility is within reach and just an hours ferry away! Separated from Europe by the Straits of Gibraltar, Tangier is the gateway to Morocco. This cosmopolitan city stands on the threshold of Africa and has an interesting mix of Arab, African and European cultures. Discover a world of minarets, domes and vibrant souks. In the Kasbah, you will find the exquisite Dar el Makhzen which is one of the most spectacular attractions in Morocco. This magnificent palace is located on the highest area in the city giving spectacular views that extend out to the Straits of Gibraltar.
The old town of Marbella is absolutely charming. The streets are narrow and cobbled, with chic boutiques and local cafés side by side. At the heart of the Old Town known as "El Casco Antiguo" lies the Orange Square, which is also where the tourist office is ready to give you maps and information. The Old Town is perfect for shopping and relaxing in the many cafés, restaurants and bars.
Perhaps visit Puerto Banus, Málaga's jet set marina and one of the most luxurious resort towns in the world built in 1970 by Jose Banus. Banus boasts an endless supply of restaurants, bars, clubs and shops to keep you entertained throughout your stay at Gaucin Exclusive. Marbella's hotspot, Puerto Banus, can be found in a marina located on the southwest coast of Marbella on the Costa Del Sol, Spain.
An excursion to the Alhambra Palace in Granada, may be one of the highlights of your holiday. A full day excursion to Grenada is available, please contact us for further details.
The beautiful city of Seville is home to flamenco and bullfights, with its impressive Gothic Cathedral and the Alcazar which was the palace of Spanish kings for nearly seven centuries. It's stunning Royal Alcazar is a world heritage site and the oldest royal palace still in use in Europe, this is definitely worth visiting. There is an amazing list of sights in Seville, also known as one of the most romantic cities with its mixture of Roman reminiscences and Moorish traditions. Although it is acclaimed for its monumental heritage, it is also a very important cultural center. The best way to discover Seville is to immerse yourself in the charm of the city's neighborhoods and quarters, and visit its magnificent museums and monuments such as Seville Cathedral or the Flamenco Dance Museum. A full day excursion to Seville is available, please contact us for further details.
Believed to be one of Europe's oldest cities, it is from Cádiz that Spain's many galleons once sailed in quest of New World treasure. Admire its ancient palaces and castles, cathedrals and churches, museums and gardens. The picturesque old city looks quite Moorish in appearance with its narrow cobbled streets and small squares.
Birthplace of Picasso, Málaga lies on a beautiful sweep of bay in Andalucia. Blessed with sunshine, Málaga is a city of wide boulevards, palm trees, good museums and excellent seafood restaurants and tapas bars. Visit the Museo Picasso Málaga, a moving experience of Picasso's lifetime of works. Explore the beautiful Alameda Gardens, the attractive small streets and plazas and the magnificent cathedral.
Almeria is still relatively undiscovered by tourists and is the perfect hideaway boasting miles of wild unspoilt nature. A province of Andalusia, Almeria is home to dramatic mountainous scenes and captivating beaches, coves and coral reefs. It has also been the back-drop for many popular films as it possesses the only desert in Europe – the Desert of Tabernas. Passed through the hands of the Phoenicians, the Carthagians, the Romans and the Moors, Almeria has a varied and fascinating history.
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