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Apartment rental in Malaga – Home 7480283 Apartment

  • 1 bedroom
  • 2 sleeps
  • 5 nights min stay

Apartment / 1 bedroom / 1 bathroom / sleeps 2

Key Info

  • Nearest beach 3 km
  • Child friendly
  • Air conditioning
  • Pet friendly

Description from owner

Description

A LOVELY CITY CENTER DUPLEX WITH58 M

Ground floor: living and sitting area, fitted kitchen, electric hob, oven, water heater, access to bedroom downstairs by wooden stairs. Ceramic floors. air conditioning hot - cold. Storage under stairs. fitted wardrobe and bathroom with washing machine. Double windows, with velux system quiet street, no trafic noise .

Location description from owner

The Costa del Sol region

To find the first cultural enclave settled over the capital we must trace back to the first millennium BC, when the Phoenician colonization of the southeastern coast of Andalusia begins with the founding of Gadir (Cadiz) in 1100 BC by the Phoenicians from Tiro, which was followed by the foundation, by these same settlers of Malaka (Malaga), Sexi (Almunecar) and Abdera (Adra), around 800 BC, however It would be more correct to speak of commercial establishments of factories than cities

A LOVELY CITY CENTER DUPLEX WITH58 M

Ground floor: living and sitting area, fitted kitchen, electric hob, oven, water heater, access to bedroom downstairs by wooden stairs. Ceramic floors. air conditioning hot - cold. Storage under stairs. fitted wardrobe and bathroom with washing machine. Double windows, with velux system quiet street, no trafic noise .

Location description from owner

The Costa del Sol region

To find the first cultural enclave settled over the capital we must trace back to the first millennium BC, when the Phoenician colonization of the southeastern coast of Andalusia begins with the founding of Gadir (Cadiz) in 1100 BC by the Phoenicians from Tiro, which was followed by the foundation, by these same settlers of Malaka (Malaga), Sexi (Almunecar) and Abdera (Adra), around 800 BC, however It would be more correct to speak of commercial establishments of factories than cities by themselves.

Either way, Malaka is the first cultural enclave on the demarcation of the current capital of Malaga which has historic news. Finally, it should be noted that establishment of these Phoenician factories along the southeastern coast of the Ibe

Malaga

To find the first cultural enclave settled over the capital we must trace back to the first millennium BC, when the Phoenician colonization of the southeastern coast of Andalusia begins with the founding of Gadir (Cadiz) in 1100 BC by the Phoenicians from Tiro, which was followed by the foundation, by these same settlers of Malaka (Malaga), Sexi (Almunecar) and Abdera (Adra), around 800 BC, however It would be more correct to speak of commercial establishments of factories than cities by themselves.

Either way, Malaka is the first cultural enclave on the demarcation of the current capital of Malaga which has historic news. Finally, it should be noted that establishment of these Phoenician factories along the southeastern coast of the Iberian peninsula had to be done on an Iberian ethnic base.

Subsequent to the Greek colonization which made Malaga look like what is now the capital of the province, Malaga was dominated for over sixty years under Carthaginian, after the Punic Wars, just in the year 202 BC with the Roman victory and the transit of Malaga to the orbit of the imperial victors in the area of Hispania Ulterior (Andalusia during the aegis of Augustus, until 14 AD). During these years, the Municipium Malacitanum was a transit point within the Herculean Way, a true economic and cultural catalyst for the city , to communicate it to other enclaves developed in the interior and Hispania with the other ports of the Mediterranean. From this period dates back the Roman theater that despite its small size (a cave, 31 m of radio and a lump sum of 16 m.), is one of the oldest of all Hispania.

Roman theater at Malaga

Roman Theater - Malaga

In the year 325, when the Nicea Council was celebrated , Malaga appears as one of the few Roman enclaves within the peninsula where there were strongly rooted Christian creed. Prior to this date,frequent uprisings had been taking place in the city because of feelings against the romans precisely because this opposition to paganism.

After the split of the Roman Empire, and during its final crisis, Malaga falls within the areas of the peninsula affected by large migrations and settlements of Germanic people, particularly the vandals silingios, which during the century V are importing creed from the East.

In the early eighth century begins the collapse of the monarchy GODAE and, in the middle of this century, the penetration of Islam into the Iberian peninsula from the shores of North Africa. Malaga definitely fell in 743 within the influence area of the Arabs .

In the fourteenth century were the first attempts from the Christian troops to reconquer the city, but it was not achieved until a century later, after a long siege in which the small elevations around the city played a big role. Once Malaga was taken, on August 19 1487 the convent of La Victoria and La Trinidad were built . The city began to change in appearance to accommodate the new construction style. It is the time when the city had for the first time a large square, the Plaza Mayor (now known as "Plaza de la Constitution"). From this moment the religious communities begin to play an important role in the urban growth of Malaga. The churches and convents built outside the protected city began bringing people together and leading later to the formation of suburbs outside.

Malaga Port View

Malaga Port

The XVI and XVII Century were hard for the city, not only because of the consequences that led to the lifting of the Moors and their subsequent expulsion, but also because the epidemics and floods caused by the river Guadalmedina. During this time was the construction of the city port. With the advent of the eighteenth century the city began to recover and this produced a further expansion of the port and the resuming of the cathedral construction, which had been stopped.

In the early nineteenth century Malaga had two well-defined sectors, both situated outside the center of its medieval origin: in the far west the urban landscape began to take shape influenced by the industrial activity of Malaga at that time, meanwhile in the city villas and hotels began to appear according to "Belle Epoque" style. With the demolition of old religious buildings, the city would gain new opportunities for growth. However, the political dilemas of the nineteenth century left painful memories in the city, leading to the shooting of Torrijos and his followers. The century ended under the sign of the economic crisis: the collapse of the fledgling industry, pest phylloxera, and so on. The crisis went further into the first decades of the twentieth century until the'60s, when the boom of tourism started to revive the province of Malaga and the city became a major service center.

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Families

  • Great for children of all ages
  • Pets welcome

Bed & bathroom

  • Bedroom 1: King Bed
    Beds in other rooms: Sofa Bed
  • 1 Shower room

Amenities

  • Wi-Fi available
  • Air conditioning
  • Balcony or terrace
  • Internet access
  • Central heating
  • Cooker
  • Fridge
  • Freezer
  • Microwave
  • Kettle
  • Washing machine
  • Clothes dryer
  • Iron
  • TV
  • Satellite TV
  • Linen provided
  • Towels provided

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Access

  • Not suitable for wheelchair users

Policies

Check in time:14:00, Check out time:10:00
If you have any questions about check-in or check-out times, please contact the owner/manager.
Payment
This rental can only be paid for online through Holiday Lettings using your credit/debit card or PayPal (never by bank or wire transfer).
Smoking
Yes, smoking allowed
Cancellation policy
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House rules

** deposit cash upon arrival 150€
Please , switch off air conditioning before going out.
lock doors
empty bottle of destilate water from air conditioning

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About the owner

Kinos R

Tourist Licence
VFT-MA-02198

Response rate:
65%
Calendar updated::
19 Jan 2017

Languages spoken: English, French, Spanish, German, Italian


This Apartment has 1 bedroom, 1 bathroom and sleeps 2. It’s been listed on Holiday Lettings since 29 Jul 2016. Located in Costa del Sol, the average weekly rate is £338.

The Owner has a response rate of 65% and the property’s calendar was last updated on 19 Jan 2017.

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