A tastefully renovated Andalusian farmhouse, surrounded by it's own gardens and with the most wonderful views - La Luna provides the seclusion and peace required for the best of holidays. All the comforts of home are on-hand in the spacious rooms and now available is a delightful ensuite double bedroom in the pool side cabaña, however, if you feel like getting out, there are plenty of good local restaurants, markets and shops a few minutes away. The Mediterranean is one of the views and a short drive away for the pleasures of the beach, water-sports, diving etc. All the attractions of Marbella, Sevilla, Grenada, Cordoba are there for extended day-trips - with Malaga and Nerja even closer - but - why not relax by the pool or on one of our shaded terraces and enjoy your place in the sun.
La Luna: is secluded from any neighbours - and is on a private track overlooking the slopes of a verdant valley, covered in olive and almond groves and grape vines. The only disturbances may be the occasional farmer on his mule or goat herder with his animals. For those who love the sound of birds singing, relaxing with a good book - or an all-over suntan - you will find these and more at La Luna.
Local attractions: - - La Luna is in a collection of widely scattered rural houses at the top of a low mountain ridge. A few miles away is Lake Vinuela with swimming, golfing and now with a number of good quality restaurants. Some 12 miles on is the typically Spanish town of Velez Malaga, with banks, cinemas and a major shopping centre. A few miles further and you are in the beach resort of Torre del Mar with all the usual water-parks, well maintained beachfront with bars, restaurants, discos, water sports....
Axarquia: - the south-east portion of Malaga province - is made up of mountains and the Mediterrean coastline. The mountains are largely protected national parks - somewhat wild and barren, with a band of varied agricultural lands on the slopes down to the sea. It's an old area - prehistoric man was here, the Phoenicians, Greeks, Romans, Moors all were visitors and it has it's own deep beauty. La Luna is in the centre of all this - with ready access to Malaga, Nerja and with Granada, Cordoba, Marbella and even Sevilla close enough for a day trip.