Secluded, freshly remodeled, luxury Spanish farmhouse situated within 5 minutes of 2 gorgeous, common white cleaned towns in the heart of the sierra de las neives national park.
Personal vanishing edge swimming pool with slide and “beach” location (unheated).
Big household kitchen area.
Movie theater room with substantial DVD collection.
All bedrooms en-suite.
Games area with club pool table, table tennis, darts and table football.
A choice of books and games.
Within 45 minutes of Malaga airport, Marbella, El Chorro lakes, A number of different golf courses plus the historic town of Ronda.
Perfect location for hikers, bikers, bird watchers, golfers, naturists corporate and so on, or just for a relaxing family/group holiday.
Situated at the foot of a mountain among orange groves with magnificent views.
Two personal fishing lakes withing 5 minutes drive.
2 neighboring neighborhood villages with grocery stores, banks, dining establishments and bars. (once again, 5 minutes drive).
Well equipped kitchen.
On site catering may be available on request.
Superb regional restaurant, with taxi service readily available.
Bed 1:- 2 single beds (tempur mattresses, one takes out from under the other) little en suite with cubical shower.
Bed 2:- small double with small en suite with cubical shower.
Bed 3:- 2 bunk beds, one with double bed. En suite with walk in shower.
Bed 4:- double bed. En suite with walk in shower.
Bed 5:- King size bed (orthopedic mattress). En suite with walk in shower.
Bed 6:- Twin. En suite with walk in shower.
Day bed and cot readily available, so max sleeping capacity is 16 plus cot
Flight terminal transfers can be organized, as can day returns to Malaga. The cost is roughly £150 each way for up to 16 travelers.
This is not your typical naturist holiday… it was our family house up until recently, and is therefore remarkably well prepared. All guest has so far given us 5 stars. The perfect setting for a dream naturist holiday.
The views in Andalucia are unrivaled. Mountains, lakes, lovely traditional towns, and winter sports 2 hours away in Granada (periodic).
Situated in the heart of Sierra de las Nieves is a hilly area punctuated by deep abyss and magnificent high cliffs. There are a lot of pits, one being the worlds 3rd inmost at 1100 m. The location is the home of among the largest areas of mountain goat.
The seasides on Costa del Sol are some of the most effective. The sea is clear and tranquil. There are lots of beach restaurants where you could either eat spanish or english food. A lot of shops and dining establishments on the coast talk english.
Malaga is a fantastic area, and home to the Picasso Museum and lots of places and things to see and do. Why not visit the Museum of glass and crystal, or the car gallery known as Museo Automovilistico de Malaga . It is also well worth taking an evening out to visit the Kelipe Centro de Arte Flamenco, where you will receive fantastic hospitality, red wine and tapas whilst seeing traditional singing and dance. There is a lovely 19th century gardens, loaded with amazing blossoms (Los angeles fertilization – Jardin Botanico Historico de Malaga).
Mijas is a beautiful place to check out. It has several independent companies marketing in your area crafted products. There are equine and carriage trips, donkey rides and a huge selection of restaurants and so on. Whilst Mijas is a popular spot for travelers; it has managed to retain it’s traditional appeal. Why not eat lunch whilst overlooking the sea, with remote views of Gibraltar and Africa.
The urban area of Granada and Alhambra Royal residence is a great day out … probably stopping off at the natural warm springs en course. The stunning gardens of Generalife is amazing, as is Basilica de San Juan de Dios (an incredible religion where all the work behind the modify has actually been set in gold.
Rhonda is the home of the earliest bull ring in Spain, and the gallery is worth an appearance. The Puente Nuevo Bridge and its views are spectacular. A stroll down the canyon to see the bridge from listed below in all its magnificence is suggested, however note … sensible strolling shoes are a must.
Casarabonela is in the National forest of Sierra de las Nieves.
It is centrally situated for both the coast and all it’s visitor destinations, and the “genuine” Spain. There are numerous tasks within a brief drive … fishing, equine riding, climbing up, etc.
The local communities (Casarabonela and Alozaina) are quaint, conventional white cleaned villages. A perfect spot to exercise your holiday spanish. The Jardin Bontanico de Exotic is worth a look, and has a nice coffee shop. You can take an assisted tour, and see some of the uncommon cacti varieties of the globe.
There are 2 community exclusive angling lakes (little cost). Peaceful, and well equipped.
There are a lot of dining establishments and bars, and if you are fortunate that your holiday coincides with among the lots of regional festivals, you can party till 5 am!