Situated in the Sierra de las Nieves nature reserve, close to the Spanish village of Guaro Al Karruba (The Carob Tree) offers very comfortable accommodation for those who seek peace and relaxation. Perfect for bird watching, nature lovers and star gazers. Lie by the pool, sit in the sun or shade of the ancient carob tree with a good book and let the stress slip away.
The property consists of an open plan living area , that leads directly out on to a covered and secluded patio. There is internet connection for those who cannot leave it all behind them. The kitchen area is fully equipped with a fridge/freezer, hob, and oven. The large bathroom has a bath with shower , a sink, toilet, and a washing machine.
A curtained archway gives access to the spacious bedroom which has a king-sized bed and leads through to a dressing room with fitted wardrobes.
There's a completely private seating area, known as “The Point” with amazing views,and in the main garden your own pool and BBQ.
Sierra de las Nieves: The Nature Park and Biosphere Reserve of the Sierra de las Nieves is a natural paradise at just a stone’s throw from the Costa del Sol, a few kilometres from Marbella, and also very close to Málaga and Ronda.Fantastic for walkers ,twitchers and GPS orienteers.
Golf on the Costa: Costa del Sol
The Costa del Sol has come to be known as the Costa del Golf in recent years. The climate and the long hours of sunshine have established the region as a firm favourite amongst golf players. Apart from offering such a warm climate, the mountains and valleys provide a wonderful scenic backdrop to the game. With more than forty courses concentrated in the area, there is one to suit everyone’s taste and level. Visitors will not be disappointed if they have come to the Costa del Sol hoping to combine a holiday with their favourite sport. Most of the hotels here have a superb range of sporting facilities and activities on offer.Puerto Banus is the haunt of the rich and famous so if you fancy a rest from watching the wild life in the hills, head into town and experience a little 'wild life' of your own.