Finca Santa Ana
Finca | 4 bedrooms | sleeps 8
Finca Santa Ana
Finca Santa Ana in Ojen. A beautiful country house consisting of three bedrooms, two bathrooms, a study, kitchen and small living room. The corresponding garden house even offers space for a fourth bedroom.
The Plaza Andaluz, just an 8-minute walk from the Finca , is right at the centre of this white Andalusian village. This is where tapas is eaten as the sun starts to set, where the Spanish children are playing around the fountain.The Plaza is also the place for various bars and restaurants offering good food and friendly service. On the route to the village square you will pass several shops for daily shoppin
Ojén is the perfect base from which to discover a beautiful part of Andalusia. This area has many beautiful attractions from the beautiful Pueblos Blancos that are scattered throughout the region, to the spectacular national park of Sierra de las Nieves with its many walks not to mention of course almost 50 golf courses, all within easy reach. In the winter months skiing in the nearby Sierra Nevada can be combined with a glas of Sangria on one of the sunny terraces
On all sides, the finca is surrounded by terraces so there is always a bit of sun or shade to be found. Terraces of course with sufficient furniture. There is a small pool for the long hot summerdays.
The whole is surrounded by fences so that small children and / or pets are also within sight. The evening can be spent on the side porch with outdoor kitchen consisting of a barbecue, sink and a pizza oven.
Lots of comfort
The Finca has all sorts of useful equipment: washing machine and dryer, air conditioning and heating, comfortable beds, dishwasher, oven and microwave, TV with a lot of international channels, DVD and WIFI connection. The Finca is supplied with towels and bed linen. The pool is cleaned regularly during your stay. The Finca accommodate up to 6 adults and 2 children
|Size||Sleeps up to 8, 4 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||10 km|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Family friendly||Great for children of all ages|
|Notes||Pets welcome, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Log fire, Internet access, DVD player, Sea view|
|General||Central heating, Air conditioning, TV, CD player, Telephone, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron|
|Utilities||Clothes dryer, Dishwasher, Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Rooms||4 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms of which 2 Family bathrooms|
|Furniture||Single beds (6), Double beds (1), Cots (1), Dining seats for 8, Lounge seats for 5|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided, High chair|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ, Trampoline|
The Andalucia region
The white Andalusian village of Ojen is a good 10 minutes drive from Marbella and the coast of the Costa del Sol. Straight up in the Mountains. This idyllic location offers the advantage of being close to the lively tourist scene that thrives in this part of Spain without having to be in the middle of it.
Driving along the last winding mountain road, the village suddenly appears before you, white against the green mountainside. Despite the amount of tourism Ojen has been barely influenced. "This is still real Spain" as they say.
A village square where you can sit and enjoy your "Cafe con Leche"in the early morning or your ice cold glass of San Miguel in the late afternoon. Where the Spanish children are playing aroud the fountain. Restaurants where you can still fill the table with tapas for a reasonable price so much so that you don't need a meal afterwards!
The coast isn't the only thing which is quick and easy to get to from Ojen, but also almost 50 golf courses that are to be enjoyed in the Costa del Golf, Malaga airport and the national park of Sierra de las Nieves to name but a few notable things.
Old buildings on steep cliffs, beautiful churches and Moorish palaces reveal the delightful mix of this region's Muslim and Christian past. Both the large towns and the smaller pueblos blancos have many beautiful sights to offer. And on the local squares the Spanish life bustles around you.
The old quarter of Marbella town is well worth a visit. Small white streets enclose quiet squares, old churches and the walls of a castle dating back to the 9th Century. There are good restaurants scattered everywhere or wander past the many cafes and stop off every now and then to enjoy some tapas.
With the arrival of the Picasso-museum in 2003, Malaga town saw a rise in tourism. Many old buildings in the inner city were renovated and lots of young entrepreneurs opened new shops and restaurants. An exit zone is currently being built in the harbour area. From Malaga you can cycle to the old fishing village Pedregalejo, where you can enjoy freshly caught fish on the beach.
Granada is also within easy reach and ideal for a day trip. Here you will find the most important Moorish estate, the fairytale-like Alhambra, an old Nasrid-palace. Next to the Alhambra is the Albaicin, a Moorish district with a maze of small streets.
A car drive is a great way to spend a day enjoying the natural beauty of this area and the many pueblos blancos, and make sure you stop off to visit Ronda, a beautiful town, situated 165 meters above a ravine. Ronda is home to the oldest arena in Spain.
Cordoba, was once the second largest city in the world. The old centre still contains many ancient monuments dating back to the 10th Century. The most famous is the Mezquita, a mosque in which a cathedral was later built. The Juderia surrounds the mosque and offers many restaurants and cafes.
Sevilla, a city with many faces. A beautiful cathedral, the Giralda, the Alcazar and the Tore del Oro, are the most important sights to see in Sevilla. Palaces and churches, parks and squares, alleys and court yards, the sweet smell of jasmine and orange blossom, bull fights and flamenco, vibrant bustle and dreamy silence all combine to give this city a magical atmosphere. And in the evening as encore, saunter one more time through the Barrio Santa Cruz. This is Spain!
Although possible in one day, it's better to visit Sevilla and Cordoba in a two day round trip. It would be a shame not to experience these cities by night. It's in the morning and after the siesta that these cities really come to life.
There are many festivals in the various towns, especially in the spring. Every town has its own "Feria". The Feria of Seville, Jerez are famous, not to mention Semana Santa with the biggest processions in Andalucia. Andalusia has many traditions, which are still very much alive, even in the smaller pueblos.
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9 Jun 2013
Na in verschillende seizoenen de finca van Ton en Helga gehuurd te hebben is het hoog tijd voor een review. Waar zullen we beginnen.5 minuten lopen van het centrum van het nog niet door toeristen over… More
26 May 2013
"Het paradijs bestaat echt"
Het is ongelooflijk dat er op 10 minuten rijden van Marbella zoveel rust en authenticiteit is te vinden. Het huisje ligt iets buiten Ojen en heeft rondom prachtige vergezichten. In het huisje was werk… More
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