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The swimming pool

Finca | 12 bedrooms | sleeps 29

Key Info
  • Swimming Pool
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Pets welcome
  • Private garden
  • Car essential
  • Nearest beach 72km

Cortijo Montero (A typical Andalusian country house), in the heart of Andalusia is an ideal place to spend time with family and friends.

The Cortijo was originally built in the 18th century. It was restored in 1990, and divided into three independent houses. The Cortijo received awards for its unique traditional style by the local Malaga council.

There are several sports facilities: swimming pool, tennis court, paddle, table tennis and football pitch. The three houses have beautiful gardens with eucalyptus, pine trees & cypresses.

The Cortijo is surrounded by over 260 hectares of farm land. There are over 100 hectares of forests and plantations of wheat, barley and sunflowers, as well as almond and olive trees. There are various footpaths to enjoy the surrounding beauty.

The Cortijo is in the perfect location: 8km from the nearest town (Campillos), which means clean air, peace & quiet and intimacy. Campillos is an active commercial town with all basic services (supermarkets, health centre, restaurants, workshops).

There is easy access to major tourist cities in Andalusia (Granada, Seville, Cordoba and Malaga-Costa del Sol). The closest airport is in Malaga (72km). The AVE (Spanish High speed train) station is 20 km away.

The three houses of the Cortijo are the Manor House, the Arabian House and the Small Shepherd's House.

The Manor House is the noble part of the Cortijo and consists of a porch, two floors and a beautiful courtyard.

Ground floor: Entrance and toilet. Large kitchen-dining room, both with fireplaces. It also has a large living room for 30 people, also with a fireplace. First floor: 6 bedrooms (2 of 3 beds, 4 of 2), ,together with a large balcony. The rest outdoors is covered in Spring and Summer with vines.

Arabian House consists porch. Large living room with fireplace and beautiful old arches with 17th Century columns. Kitchen, 3 bedrooms.

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The Small Shepherd's House: Living room with fireplace and kitchen. 3 bedrooms with three bathrooms.

Group Activities & Facilities On-Site or Locally

Tennis Court, Padel Court, Walking, Climbing, Canoeing, , Horse Riding, Karting, Mountain Biking, Surfing, Swimming, Windsurfing, Paragliding..

Natural environment. five Wonders:

:

1. El Chorro Reservoir, El Chorro is a breathtaking gorge formed by the river. 200 meters high, with a narrow opening leading to the reservoir now formed by the new dam, it is an amazing site. (15 minutes drive)

2- El Torcal (Antequera) is a fantastic mix of rock formation popular formed over millions of years and are enjoyed by walkers of all ages. (40 minutes drive)

3. The Fuente de Piedra lagoon (Antequera): This national park, , has been declared of special interest for its birds, as well as hosting a beautiful lagoon, the biggest in Spain (2.5 Kms wide and 6.5 Kms long). It's a paradise for birds with almost 170 different species. (25 minutes drive)

4- Bobastro: There are two places of interest at Bobastro, both of which are amazing technical achievements separated by 11 centuries; the ruins of the 9th Century church and the mountain top reservoir.(20 minites drive).

5-Nerja Caves: Under gound caverns with stalagmites, stalagmites and columns. These are breathtaking beautiful caves, some of the best in Europe, that should not be missed if the opportunity arises. Each July a festival of flamenco music and dance is held inside the caves. (one hour and a half drive.

Historic-artistic surroundings

Surroundings

Near from the Cortijo there are four villages with noteworthy exhibits of art and history:

Campillos. Church (XVI-XVII century) with a beautiful baroque façade.

Teba. Castillo de la Estrella (s. X), Santa Cruz Baroque church. Urban area declared a 'National Heritage'.

Ardales. Typical 'white village' with singular prehistoric cave and the ruins of Bobastro, home of the first uprising (s X) of the Andalusian people against Muslim rule.

Carratraca. Carratraca. It has the unique bullring carved in stone in the world and a historic Spa resort frequented (nineteenth century) by Eugenia de Montijo, Empress of France.

For midday visit

Ronda, Andalusia romantic capital for its scenery and the birthplace of bullfighting. It is the third most visited city in the region, after Granada and Seville.

Antequera, Andalusia Florence called for its 37 churches, its collegiate church, dolmens ...

Osuna, Ducal city or the three cathedrals, stately homes and full of well preserved palaces.

For one day -visit:

Besides the great tourist capitals (Granada, Sevilla, Córdoba y Málaga) recommend Jerez, the birthplace of the wine its name, the flamenco and home to a famous riding school with weekly exhibitions. Near Jerez, on the road to Campillos, there is a unique and beautiful town: Arcos de la Frontera

Size Sleeps up to 29, 12 bedrooms
Nearest beach Málaga 72 km
Will consider Short breaks (1-4 days)
Access Car essential
Nearest Amenities 8 km
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Malaga Aipor 72 km, Nearest railway: Antequera-Santa Ana AVE - high speed train 24 km
Family friendly Great for children of all ages
Notes Pets welcome, No smoking at this property

Features and Facilities

Luxuries Log fire
Pool Children's pool
General Central heating, TV, Table tennis, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Microwave, Fridge, Washing machine
Rooms 12 bedrooms, 12 bathrooms of which 12 Family bathrooms, Solarium or roof terrace
Furniture Single beds (29), Dining seats for 34, Lounge seats for 34
Other Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair
Outdoors Balcony or terrace, Private garden, Private tennis court, Climbing frame
Access Parking

Malaga

Natural environment. five Wonders:

:

1. El Chorro Reservoir, El Chorro is a breathtaking gorge formed by the river. 200 meters high, with a narrow opening leading to the reservoir now formed by the new dam, it is an amazing site. (15 minutes drive)

2- El Torcal (Antequera) is a fantastic mix of rock formation popular formed over millions of years and are enjoyed by walkers of all ages. (40 minutes drive)

3. The Fuente de Piedra lagoon (Antequera): This national park, , has been declared of special interest for its birds, as well as hosting a beautiful lagoon, the biggest in Spain (2.5 Kms wide and 6.5 Kms long). It's a paradise for birds with almost 170 different species. (25 minutes drive)

4- Bobastro: There are two places of interest at Bobastro, both of which are amazing technical achievements separated by 11 centuries; the ruins of the 9th Century church and the mountain top reservoir.(20 minites drive).

5-Nerja Caves: Under gound caverns with stalagmites, stalagmites and columns. These are breathtaking beautiful caves, some of the best in Europe, that should not be missed if the opportunity arises. Each July a festival of flamenco music and dance is held inside the caves. (one hour and a half drive.

Historic-artistic surroundings

Surroundings

Near from the Cortijo there are four villages with noteworthy exhibits of art and history:

Campillos. Church (XVI-XVII century) with a beautiful baroque façade.

Teba. Castillo de la Estrella (s. X), Santa Cruz Baroque church. Urban area declared a 'National Heritage'.

Ardales. Typical 'white village' with singular prehistoric cave and the ruins of Bobastro, home of the first uprising (s X) of the Andalusian people against Muslim rule.

Carratraca. Carratraca. It has the unique bullring carved in stone in the world and a historic Spa resort frequented (nineteenth century) by Eugenia de Montijo, Empress of France.

For midday visit

Ronda, Andalusia romantic capital for its scenery and the birthplace of bullfighting. It is the third most visited city in the region, after Granada and Seville.

Antequera, Andalusia Florence called for its 37 churches, its collegiate church, dolmens ...

Osuna, Ducal city or the three cathedrals, stately homes and full of well preserved palaces.

For one day -visit:

Besides the great tourist capitals (Granada, Sevilla, Córdoba y Málaga) recommend Jerez, the birthplace of the wine its name, the flamenco and home to a famous riding school with weekly exhibitions. Near Jerez, on the road to Campillos, there is a unique and beautiful town: Arcos de la Frontera

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