Private swimming pool, very close to the main beach of Nerja, several terraces
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Why Debby Merema chose Nerja
Situated in a quiet cul-de-sac above Burriana Beach is this attractive 3 bedroom detached villa offering ample living accommodation both inside and out. At the front of the house there is private off street parking and a terrace area to enjoy the afternoon and evening sun. Inside the American style kitchen is fully fitted and equipped and separated from the main living area by an attractive feature archway. The large, split level living-dining room is bright and airy and benefits from a chimney for those cooler winter months. Patio doors lead out onto a South East facing terrace with sea and mountain views and access to a wonderful South facing roof terrace where the most can be made of the amazing views. Downstairs there is a full bathroom, 3 double bedrooms, the master having an en-suite shower room and all with direct access to a terrace which leads via a few steps down to the private swimming pool and further terracing ideal for sun bathing.
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close to center, beach 4 min walk, beautiful pool and nice charming house!
Would return to Nerja!
Overall, we had a nice stay at the villa. We got off to a rocky start with the front door locks not working properly and we were consequently locked out for 45 minutes because the locks stick. We contacted Debby about this immediately and did not receive an immediate response for which we felt like was an emergency. No fun getting locked out in a foreign country. The issue was resolved within 24 hours after reporting it, and imploring her to come fix it but, again, we felt that was an issue that needed immediate attention. Other than that, we had an ant invasion in the middle bedroom and we sprayed so we were able to get rid of them. Also, the faucets in the master shower are not working properly, perhaps they need new washers, so they dripped water constantly. BTW, there is no garbage disposal in the kitchen sink as listed under amenities. We would rent this property again, as it is well located near the beach, restaurants and food shopping and we had lots of fun in Nerja during the festival week. I would have given it 5 stars if it had not been for the issues mentioned above.
Very nice to come back to this house
We stayed at this house for the second year in a row and enjoyed it as much as last year. We will come back for sure :-)
Fabulous views to the sea and mountains.
Fabulous holiday, we found the villa had everything for our needs although the villa requires a little TLC. The lights on the terrace didn't work and we couldn't get the TV to work as there was no signal. We didn't report these to Debby as it wasn't important to our stay. Debby was very helpful, especially arranging our transfers.
The house was perfect and the views were amazing just a short walk to Brianna beach .
The property was clean and had all amenities included. Debbie was available at the end of the phone to answer any issues and queries. Great having private pool, would definitely return.
Excellent facilities, stunning views
Had a lovely week at Villa Coin and host Debby Merema was delightful and helpful, especially when we struggled to find the property, aided by wrong directions from the lady in the tourist office when we were less than five minutes away! Debby came and rescued us in her car.
She also recommended restaurants and activities and ordered a taxi for us on our departure day.
The property is lovely and comfortable and it's just a short walk from the famous Burriana beach and five minutes stroll from two supermarkets while making your way into town is also easy - though the climb back from beach and town is fairly steep.
The villa pool is quite small but catches the morning sun and there is also a roof terrace which is ideal in the evenings - or if you want to do some serious tanning!
Bedrooms were comfortable and quiet and the kitchen well equipped and easy to use.
With its mild climate, you can enjoy yourself to the full all year round and take advantage of the relaxed way of life of a small town that still retains much of the character of its moorish past. Today, Nerja offers an excellent range of quality accommodation and leisure time facilities. There are thirteen Kms. of beaches, including the internationally famous Burriana beach and the small coves below the impressive cliffs of Maro, which have been the inspiration of numerous artists who have set up residence here.
Lovers of the nature can enjoy the wonderful countryside in the area. For those who seek alternative activities on their holidays, there is fishing, diving, waterskiing, canoeing, water bikes, hiking, cycling, horseriding, jeep safaris, paragliding and much more... with authorized services.
The historic centre, that begins in the Balcon de Europa (Balcony of Europe), was constructed around 1487. Former 9th Century Castle, it is now a viewing point above the sea. To the side of the Balcon, you will find the 17th Century El Salvador Church, constructed in baroque-mudejar style. You may also visit the 16th Century Nuestra Señora de las Angustias Hermitage with its paintings by the master Alonso Cano.
The Axarquia, east of Malaga, with its sub-tropical temperatures is known for the best climate in Europe. The Axarquia comarca (district) is bordered by the Mediterranean to the south and mountains, which shelter the area, to the north.Until a few years ago when rural tourism took off, Axarquia was one of Andalucia's forgotten areas. Major attractions are the spectacular unspoilt countryside and coastal villages. The hill and mountain scenery are ablaze with flowers and blossom from January onwards. Shepherds lead their goats and sheep through hills and valleys, eagles soar the skies and pretty, unspoiled white villages abound, each having a version of local sweet wine made from sun-dried grapes.Axarquia is riven with deep valleys lined with terraces and irrigation channels that go back to the time of Muslim occupation. Almost all the villages that dot the olive, almond and vine-planted hillsides are of Arab origin and the influence is seen in the layout of the narrow, winding streets lined with white-washed houses reflecting the sunlight. There are also many lush tropical river valleys with orange and lemon groves, eucalyptus, avocado, banana, kiwi, chirimoya and mango trees. Wild herbs and lavendar grow everywhere and further up the foothills and mountain slopes there are pine, oak and carob trees.