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3, Alamar 2 , Burriana Beach

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Relax in the communal swimming pool

Villa / 4 bedrooms / sleeps 8

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Villa / 4 bedrooms / sleeps 8

Key Info
  • Beach / lakeside relaxation
  • Nearest beach 0.1 km
  • Swimming pool
  • Great for children of all ages
  • Car not necessary
  • Air conditioning
  • No pets allowed

The Villa is on a select complex of just eleven villas, and is situated 200 metres from the famous Burriana Beach. This beach is where Ayo's, cooks his paella, and is world famous Take a look on You Tube !! there are number of water sports on the beach, also a PADI diving school, banana ride, paragliding, etc

The paseo hosts a variety of first class restaurants and bars, where the fish is caught daily. There are a number of ice-cream palours, pizza restaurants – something for everyone whatever your taste in food! In addition the beach offers several lovely cocktail bars , all very romantic

Size Sleeps up to 8, 4 bedrooms
Nearest beach Burriana 100 m
Will consider Corporate bookings, Long term lets (over 1 month)
Access Car not necessary
Nearest travel links Nearest airport: Malaga 53 km, Nearest railway: Malaga 53 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, DVD player, Sea view
Pool Shared outdoor pool (unheated)
General Air conditioning, TV, CD player, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available
Standard Kettle, Toaster, Iron, Hair dryer
Utilities Clothes dryer, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine
Rooms 4 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms of which 1 Family bathrooms, 1 En suites and 1 Shower rooms
Furniture Double beds (1), Single beds (6), Cots (1), Dining seats for 8, Lounge seats for 10
Other Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair
Outdoors Shared outdoor pool (unheated), Balcony or terrace, Shared garden, BBQ
Access Parking, Suitable for people with restricted mobility, Wheelchair users
Further details indoors

Fully Fitted Kitchen,

Washing machine,

Fridge/freezer,

Microwave,

Electric oven,

Ceramic Hob, Toaster, Cutlery, Crockery, etc

Bedrooms,

One double bedroom overlooking beach,

One rear twin bedroom overlooking swimming pool & mountains,

Two further twin bedrooms,

Sleeps 8 Persons

2 Lounges, I lounge Ideal for reading.

Comfortable and spacious,

Lounge/diner,

SKY TV, DVD. English Channels Soaps !! etc

CD player and Radio,

Full dining facilities on traditional marble flooring,

Marble staircases,

2 bathrooms with downstairs WC, wet-room with power shower !!

All linen provided, with the exception of beach towels,

15 minute walk into town,

40 minutes from Malaga airport,

10 kms from golf course,

Traditional log fire for winter rentals, and full hot air-con !!

Further details outdoors

The living room and patio are on one level, the living room, leads out onto the spacious patio with a fabulous sea view. There is a table and chairs, loungers in garden ,patio umbrella and a full length wind down sun blind. There is a large built in BBQ. The parking space is located slightly to the left of the villa. The swimming pool is located to the right of the Villa in a large grassed pool area with a shower and panoramic views of Burriana beach.

The swimming pool, as just had a major overhaul, 2011, with all new tiling, new pool non slip surround, new pump etc.

Further details

Baby Sitting can be arranged Daytime or Evenings by very trustworthy personal.

Any Breakages !! to be reported to my agent, so the item can be replaced for the next client !!

The Andalucia region

Nerja is where the mountains of the Sierra Almijara come down and meet the sea. It is a Spanish town, not a 'tourist' town, in a spectacular setting between the foothills of the mountains and the sparkling Mediterranean. A place where clear fresh mountain water flows in abundance, making the village a paradise of trees, flowers and colour, all year round. It lies in one of Spain's richest farming areas; abundant with fruit, vegetables and flowers; this is known as the 'Garden of Europe". It is an area of outstanding beauty situated in the midst of a tropical valley where you will find olive groves, avocado trees, fields of wild strawberries and the greatest variety of exotic plants all encouraged by what is considered to be the best all year round climate in Europe.

Because of its unique location, and being protected from the north by the majestic, snow capped, Sierra Nevada range, Nerja has its own micro-climate and the soft dry air is known to be particularly beneficial to sufferers of respiratory and associated disorders.

Nerja is essentially a Spanish village, with a kind and friendly community who will welcome you on every visit. Stroll through the narrow white-washed streets and you will discover interesting court-yards, colourful shops and local people simply sitting in the sun this is the typical Nerja atmosphere, unhurried and relaxed.

You will find the magnificent Balcon de Europa stretching out into the shimmering Mediterranean. This splendid area paved with marble and with an avenue of palm trees is the centre of activity for many of the local festivals, or is an ideal place just to meet friends at one of the pavement cafes.

You will find a seemingly never ending choice of restaurants and traditional Tapas bars with delicious food and friendly service. Or, you may prefer to try one of the typically Andalusian beach restaurants where you can enjoy anything from freshly grilled sardines (a local speciality!) to Spain's finest Paella, having just watched it being freshly prepared over a wood fire.

Nerja

Main Attractions

The coastline itself here is unique in that the Mountains actually reach the shore and form majestic cliffs which shelter picturesque beaches and coves

town authorities have imposed limitations on this zone to protect the area from mass tourism, it is quite different from the towns located to the west of Malaga

the area contains a large number of springs, forming rivers and streams and therefore its name is appropriate. Nerja was called Narixa during the Moorish occupation which means "abundant spring"

climate - the mountains protect from the winter north winds while the influence of the sea makes for milder temperatures in both winter and summer

agriculture is rich and abundant due to this climate and therefore fresh fruits and vegetables of many exotic varieties are available year round

fishing is also important to Nerja and you can watch the fisherman come back from their night fishing and sort their catch or fix their nets

tourism is now Nerja's main source of income and as such the town is geared to providing great accommodations, restaurants and access to all the area attractions...

Caves of Nerja - underground streams perforated the limestone of these mountains forming huge chambers and strange but lovely stalactites and stalagmites. The cave was inhabited as far back as Higher Paleolithic Age, 30,000 years ago and was used up to about 3,000 years ago. Sound and light equipment has been installed to provide easy access and viewing for the interest of tourists. One of the chambers has been converted into an original setting for the Internationally famous Festival of Dance and Music, held every summer since 1960, and seats some 800 spectators. During this summer festival, the Bolshoi Ballet and many renowned orchestras have performed in the past. Throughout the year there is the occasional concert held in this magnificent site where the acoustics are suberb. There are cave paintings to view and a museum, restaurant, cafe and other facilities.

Cultural & Festival Activities

New Years - celebration held in the centre of town on the Balcon de Europa

Easter - parade & Holy Week celebrated

May 3rd - holiday when special foods prepared

May 15th - Romeria de San Isidro - a pilgrimage involving gaily decorated carts and horses

June 24 - Saint John's Day - to the beach to enjoy the speciality Torta de San Juan

July 16 - feasts in honour of Virgen del Carmen which honours the sea and its importance

Oct 9 - 13 - Nerja Fair in honour of patron saints of the town, Michael and the Virgen August

December - the town is beautifully lit and decorated for the season

In May and September, the Maro festivals take place, spectacles not to be missed. The procession starts in Nerja and finished at the Nerja Caves where the tradition is for families to eat, dance and sing the day away.

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Review 1-8 of 8

21 Nov 2012

5/5

"Fabulous! We have booked to stay again in April and October next year!!"

A group of 6 of us including 2 children stayed at the villa during the half term holidays for 9 nights. We also rented the one next door as there was 14 of all us altogether. From the start of the booking Malcolm the owner was extremely friendly and nothing was too much trouble, including arranging our hassle free airport transfers (300 euros return for 14 of us) which worked out cheaper as 1 minibus as opposed to booking individual taxis from the airport.

The villa itself was spotlessly clean and met every one of our needs, a little trouble with the sky TV was resolved the same day so caused no inconvenience.

There is plenty of seating and sufficient storage for all your holiday belongings and
beds were really comfy having memory foam mattresses which I think is an important factor when on holiday. The bathroom has recently been refurbished and the shower was a good temperature and powerful!! Kitchen was well equipped for cooking and storage.
There are further improvements happening before next season, including a kitchen refurbishment and new shower room downstairs, can't wait to see them!

In terms of location it is perfectly placed close to Burriana beach and takes literally 2/3 minutes to walk and you are there and it's only a 10/12 minute walk and you are in Nerja Town which is a lovely traditional place to browse the shops and enjoy great tapas bars and restaurants. We also enjoyed the tapas trails which can be found on trip advisor and are easy to follow. If you don't want to go into town there is plenty of options locally in Burriana for food and drinks.
I would recommend the Supermercado in Nerja for shopping as it's really cheap for food and drinks. A walk there and taxi back, the taxi rank is right as you walk outside the shop, between 6-8 euros.

Overall it was great value for money too given the location and we were so pleased with our stay this year that we have booked to stay again in the same Villa in April and October next year!!

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    • 7 Years listed

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    Calendar last updated:25 Jun 2015

    Based in United Kingdom

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