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Villa / 3 bedrooms / sleeps 6 Home 61070
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Villa / 3 bedrooms / sleeps 6
Finca Palmeras is a bright and airy house set in an elevated position overlooking the old town of Coín. Views also include wooded hills and mountains in the background.
The main house is at the top of a terraced flower garden screened with palm and lemon trees also with colourful bougainvillea, oleander and hibiscus bushes.
Only five minutes walk from the old town centre, the house is the perfect spot for enjoying local fiestas and Andalucían cafes and restaurants and ideally placed close to the mountains for walking holidays.
|Size||Sleeps up to 6, 3 bedrooms|
|Rooms||3 bedrooms, 1 bathrooms of which 1 Shower rooms, Solarium or roof terrace|
|Nearest beach||Marbella 26 km|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Nearest Amenities||500 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Málaga 32 km, Nearest railway: Málaga 28 km|
|Notes||No pets allowed, No smoking at this property|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Log fire, DVD player|
|Pool||Private outdoor pool (unheated)|
|General||TV, Safe, Satellite TV|
|Standard||Kettle, Toaster, Iron|
|Utilities||Cooker, Microwave, Fridge, Freezer, Washing machine|
|Furniture||Double beds (3), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 4|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Private outdoor pool (unheated), Balcony or terrace, Private garden, BBQ|
|Access||Parking, Not suitable for wheelchair users|
|Further details indoors|
The high beamed insulated ceiling and fans in the living room provide a retreat from the sun in the summer. Four French doors create a well lit room with views over the town and countryside. The main door leads onto the south-facing sun terrace and plunge pool with views towards the town centre of Coín and to distant mountains both left and right along the valley. The two main bedrooms lead off from this room while the third bedroom is a summer room adjacent to the main house and reached along the terrace. All three beds are doubles.
The DVD player can be used to play CDs through the TV set. Please bring your own music and DVDs although you will find a small selection of films at the house. The electronic security safe is programmable with your own memorable code. The house is equipped with a smoke detector for your safety.
WiFi: If you book your car rental with malagacar_com you can also hire MiFi to give you cheap calls and WiFi during your stay.
MiFi is a small device that connects to the 3G / 4G network and makes it possible to connect phones, tablets, cameras, etc. to internet through WiFi quickly and easily, without increasing your telephone bill. No need to hire roaming for foreign travel. Unlike traditional operators who charge up to more than 3 euros per downloaded MB, only pay 3 € a day (summer 2014) and you can use your favourite applications like Whatsapp, Google Maps (GPS), Instagram, etc. Remember to book this as you rent your car from malagacar_com.
|Further details outdoors|
The six-seat patio table and chairs and 3-metre parasol make eating outdoors most of the year one of the delights of a holiday in Spain. The BBQ area is provided on a separate lower terrace. Also situated on the main patio outside the living room french doors is the 3m long plunge pool with water jets. Plenty of room for visitors to sit and cool off during hot summer days.
- Parking is available and free on the road adjacent to the house.
- Internet cafes within 1km.
- Cinema, public swimming pool and shopping centre all within 3km. The nearest shops and bars are less than a 10 minute walk.
You will be met at the house by our English representative who will show you around and let you have the keys. Help is also available should you need it during your stay. A 'Meet and Greet' service at Malaga airport is also available at extra cost.
Discounts on holidays of 3 weeks or more. Short breaks outside of peak season (3 nights or more). Last minute deals are available within four weeks of your arrival date.
The Andalucia region
One of Europe's most popular holiday destinations, the area is considered to provide the perfect climate (1,400 hours sunshine on average a year) for year-round tourism. Easily reached from the UK, several budget airlines offer regular flights to Málaga. The region has a wide variety of landscapes from the 100kms of Mediterranean beaches to inland mountains and featuring famous historic towns with a wealth of historic and cultural interest.
Mijas (20mins) - most famous of the white pueblos of Andalucía, Mijas is sandwiched high on a hillside between views of a wide Mediterranean vista and a backdrop of the Sierra Mijas offering a great variety of walking trails. The town features narrow cobbled streets adorned with flower displays and many bars and restaurants. There are also a wide variety of mountain walks from just above the town.
Ronda (1hr) - perched high above a rocky gorge, Ronda is known for its extraordinarily tall bridge joining the old town to more recent developments and for its famous bullring. A walk around the older part of the town and a stop to eat Spanish tapas should not be missed. Between the villa at Coín and Ronda lies the Sierra de las Nieves natural park that is interlaced with walking trails.
Lake district and El Chorro Gorge (50mins) – where the Guadalhorce River has cut a stunning gorge through limestone mountains. The river was dammed in 1921 creating 3 impressive lakes. Makes an ideal day out for walking, climbing, mountain biking and picnicking.
Marbella (25mins) - Marbella is the Costa del Sol's premiere resort for shopping and nightlife and together with nearby Puerto Banus set around an exclusive marina provides a contrast to the more affordable attractions or the other nearest beachside tourist town of Fuengirola. Accessed along the coastal road there are a number of attractive beaches well removed from the larger towns for those preferring less busy surroundings.
Málaga (30mins) – this regional capital and commercial centre is often overlooked by visitors to the Costa del Sol. Málaga is a thriving port with a picturesque old town, cathedral, Moorish castle with Alcazaba beside attractive gardens, an impressive Picasso museum and excellent shopping.
Gibraltar(1h15mins), Granada featuring the Alhambra Palace and Sierra Nevada (2hrs), Cordoba (2hrs15mins) and Sevilla (2h30mins) are further afield, but possible to take in as day trips and well worth seeing.
A 30 minute drive from Málaga airport and the coast at Marbella, Coín dates back to Roman times but is strongly influenced by 500 years of Arabic occupation from the 10th Century AD.
Coín is ideal for anyone wanting a holiday experience in a true Spanish town away from the crowds of tourists and typical package holiday destinations, providing a wonderful base for exploring inland into the nearby Sierra de las Nieves natural park, the Sierra Mijas and other ranges, where there are many beautiful way-marked walks to follow. The town abounds with small bars and places to eat, both Spanish and other world cuisine, and the town stages many cultural events throughout the year.
The town has several charming squares and hosts many fiestas and othe cultural events throughout the year. New Year and the Three Kings fiesta are enthusiastically celebrated as well as many summer events.
There are excellent facilities in the town for shopping with much larger shopping centres in the nearby coastal towns.
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20 Sep 2013
"very basic but ideal for a couple who just want to chill"
Location was ideal for us as we work in Spain and it had easy access up and down the coat ....I would not recommend it for children and I would say that it really could do with aircon for the very hot months But overall we was happy as it was not a holiday as such and was ok for us to chill a car is 100% needed as the supermarkets etc are no in walking distance
27 Jun 2013
"Our stay at the Finca Palmeras."
Our stay at the Finca Palmeras was most enjoyable to the fact we spent more time at the finca sat by the plunge pool with the bbq on the go more than would normally when holiday. The place itself has all you need to relax comfortably at your leisure. We were offered a number of options of assistance before arival by the management company including a pickup from the airport if required. They were more than happy to help and advice along the way giving assurance during our stay. Finca Palmeras is only ten minutes walk to the central square making it handy to venture without the car.
21 Nov 2012
"Casual living, stress free accomodations and easy access"
Finca Palmeras is a very cozy place with everything you need for the casual/unstructured vacation experience. Renting a car is a good idea if you want to visit the coast or other attractions. The walk up the hill to the city center plaza is steep but well worth it and the Coin shops and pubs are all easily accessed on foot. Since summers are warm here it would be nice to have screens on the windows and doors to discourage the man-eating mosquitoes! We had an overall lovely experience in spite of these little monsters.
18 Nov 2011
"A perfect place to escape"
We visited Finca Palmeras in the first week of September and it was perfect. The villa itself was lovely, plenty of space, a great little secluded terrace with a pool to dip into when we needed to cool off and lovely gardens with lemon trees and lavender bushes. We drove down to the beaches of Marbella a couple of times, which took about 25 minutes along the most amazing roads with great views. But it was always lovely to come back to our own private little spot at the villa and just hide away from everyone! Coin has some great bars and the square is great fun at night when all the locals meet there to eat, drink and just generally catch up. We had visted Finca Palmeras a couple of years ago in November when it rained the whole time, but even then it was lovely - especially with the woodburner. We'll definitely be back again.
16 Nov 2011
I must say we had a fantastic time - did an all inclusive in Greece - and this beat that holiday hands down! We had a routine of driving down to the beach in the morning and coming back at about 2 - to spend the day around the more private setting. The house and pool are very private - and is perfect in the afternoons for lying around and reading. We went to the supermarket when we arrived and stocked up for the week (which was exceptionally cheap) - and had BBq's everynight around the pool. It was very chilled and relaxed. Coin definitly felt like a Spanish holiday - not touristy at all - with some lovely bars and resaurants - you really feel like you are in Spain - not some over done tourist package. We loved it so much we are going back next year in September - flights already booked!
4 Aug 2011
"Lovely vinca and consider hiring a car"
This is a lovely vinca which is well kept in a small quiet Spanish town. Ros and Alan who manage the property couldn't have been more helpful. During our 2 weeks we did not meet any other tourists on holiday there. We hired a car for the duration of our stay and it is essential for touring. The local bus station is small and you need to take transport to get to the nearest train station. There are good supermarkets in the town to purchase food. We found the restaurants of a good standard with good service -very quiet during the week. We travelled to Ronda, Mijas, Grenada, Gibraltar (bring your passport), Malaga and all the main resorts on the Costa Del Sol -though we regularly got lost. Spanish signposting is not great even on the motorway and the mountain roads can be scary! Take an AA map with you, we brought a sat nav for which I had purchased up to date maps but was useless.The map provided by Eurocar was not much better. I would recommend this vinca for people looking to tour around or alternatively just wanting to chill out in the sun and have a quiet holiday.
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