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Villa / 3 bedrooms / sleeps 6
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Villa / 3 bedrooms / sleeps 6
RARE: Gorgeous Private Villa holiday rental Spain Cortijo with private pool , walking distance to city center and views of the sea and mountains. Sleeps 6
Absolutely the best holiday villa southern Spain!
This villa holiday rental Spain is an amazing property where you will experience the Spanish way of life in the country yet you are a short walk to the vibrancy of Nerja centre. Your private villa southern Spain Cortijo is secluded for complete privacy with paved roads and walking distance to the village.
You enter your private villa holiday rental with an electronic gate which opens to a Spanish paradise of gardens, private pool, hacienda and porch complete with wood fired oven for outdoor cooking when not using the gourmet kitchen and dining room indoors. The villa holiday rental has a large private garden with a variety of fruit and vegetables that are often given to guests to enjoy. When you are not relaxing next to the pool or admiring the views, you can walk down the path to the town centre. There you will find the world famous Balcon de Europa and a wide choice of restaurants offering many different types of international cuisine to suit all tastes.
Your villa holiday rental has three double bedrooms, two bathrooms, salon, dining room and massive sliding glassed terrace so you have a choice for the breeze or on a windy days you can still enjoy the atmosphere and views. The kitchen is fully equipped with everything that you imagine in such a family owned property. Everything is provided, towels, linens, cutlery etc. Groundskeeper maintains the pool and garden.
This villa holiday rental is truly a luxury experience in the Costa del Sol. It is an affordable holiday villa southern Spain.
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Playa Torrecilla and Playa Playazo 2 km|
|Nearest Amenities||1 km|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Malaga (AGP), Nearest railway: Malaga Renfe|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Pool||Private outdoor pool (unheated)|
|General||TV, CD player, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron|
|Utilities||Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms and 1 En suites, Solarium or roof terrace|
|Furniture||Double beds (1), Single beds (4), Dining seats for 6, Lounge seats for 6|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Private outdoor pool (unheated), Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ|
|Access||Secure parking, Suitable for people with restricted mobility, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
The Andalucia region
Nerja has a long history, evidenced by the primitive paintings found in its famous Nerja caves, discovered in 1959. These caves are now believed to be just one entrance to a linked series of potholes stretching many miles into the mountains between Nerja and Granada, and which may yet prove to be one of the most extensive unexplored systems in Europe. Visitors to the caves will be able to view the remains of one of the ancient inhabitants of Nerja.
The Romans built here three settlements, including Detunda, of which now large remains can be seen. The area was later taken over by the Arabs in the early 8th century. Under the Moors, the town was known as Narixa, which means "abundant spring", from which the present name derives.
Aqueduct of Nerja.
Its agricultural and silk products are said[by whom?] to have been famed throughout the Muslim world and in the markets of Damascus as early as the 10th century.
Capistrano Playa, Nerja.
The Balcón de Europa, a mirador or viewpoint which gives stunning views across the sea, is in the centre of the old town. Its name is popularly believed to have been coined by King Alfonso XII, who visited the area in 1885 following a disastrous earthquake and was captivated by the scene. Local folklore says that he stood upon the site where the Balcón now stands, and said "This is the balcony of Europe". Local archive documents are said to show that its name predated this visit, but this has not prevented the authorities from placing a life-sized (and much photographed) statue of the king standing by the railing.
The Balcón area was originally known as La Batería, a reference to the gun battery which existed there in a fortified tower. This emplacement and a similar tower nearby were destroyed during the Peninsular War. In May 1812, the British vessels Hyacinth, Termagant and Basilisk supported Spanish guerrillas on the coast of Granada, against the French. On 20 May, Termangant or Hyacinth opened fire and the forts were destroyed. Two rusty guns positioned at the end of the Balcón are reminders of these violent times. The huge lumps of rock, the remains of La Batería, visible in the sea at the end of the Balcón, are further evidence of this action.
Caves of Nerja
Balcon of Europe
The Aqueduct, built in the 19th century
Baroque Hermitage of las Angustias (17th century)
Church of El Salvador, in Baroque and Mudéjar style (17th century)
In more modern times, sugar cane production has given way to more valuable cash crops, particularly semi-tropical fruits such as mango and papaya and widespread avocado plantations in what is one of the major avocado growing regions in Europe. The sugar cane factory is still on the eastern edge of town, but is now empty.
It is the eastern-most town in the area known as the Axarquía and has an official population of around 22,000 (in 2008) — nearly 30% of which are foreign residents, including around 2,600 British — although the true expatriate population is probably at least twice that. In the summer months, tourism swells the population several times more. The streets are narrow, some one way and some are pedestrians only. Cars line many streets and there are two main car parks to take the overflow.
The town is situated on a fairly steep hill. It has several beaches set in coves beneath cliffs. It is also becoming a significant centre for walkers, thanks to the mountain scenery of the nearby Sierra de Almijara and Sierra Tejeda. The Sierra de Burno overlooks the town. Nerja is also the centre of scuba diving on the Costa del Sol, with the Natural Park of Maro - Cerro Gordo nearby.
The town has five supermarkets, a Lidl and many mini-marts spread around town. Nerja does not have any large stores of the main chains of shops in Spain. Nerja has a small exhibition hall in the High Street and February or March there is a parade of bicycles which attracts a few thousand cyclists, including people of all ages. During Mardi Gras, there is a carnival parade through the town with people lining the streets.
Public transport As well as two local bus routes, around town (from the Riú Mónica Hotel), there are buses from the top of the High Street by the Alsa ticket office to Málaga, Caves of Nerja, Frigiliana, Maro, Almuñécar, Vélez-Málaga, Torre del Mar, Granada, Córdoba, Seville, Almería and Motril.
Tour into of the Balcón de Europa.
Local leisure: shopping center, small shops, restaurants, pubs, disco, café, internet café, theater, cinema, water park, church, park, market, board walk, concerts
This is a rare but also perfect Holiday Spain villa for those searching for a cheap holiday villas yet not a villa holiday rental that is inaccessible. Villa Sora is perfect for those who would like seclusion, however the flexibility to walk to the city centre. Although you can walk to the city centre, a car is essential.
Gardener: Your villa holiday rental Spain is on a working farm and the gardener often brings a basket of fresh farm produce as a gift to welcome you to Spain.
When searching for cheap holiday villas, often you find obscure properties, miles away from civilization on dirt track roads. This villa holiday rental Spain is the absolute in affordable luxury.
No other holiday villa Southern Spain can compare to Villa Sora.
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