The villa sleeps six in comfort, with one double and two twin bedrooms. Bathroom with bath, bidet and WC. Shower room with WC. Very well equipped for self-catering with a fitted kitchen, full size oven, four-plate ceramic hob, extractor, microwave, dishwasher, clothes washing machine and head-high fridge/freezer. Living room with large comfortable sofa around a coffee table, 32' wide-screen satellite TV, DVD and radio/CD. Wireless broadband included. Dining area with seating for six. Private pool with large fully furnished terrace of 85 sq.m., retractable sunshades, built-in barbecue plus exterior sink. Spectacular panoramic views across Nerja, Maro, the Mediterranean and the Mountains. Security grills on all doors and windows (not shown in the photos). Convenient free parking outside. 10 minute walk down to Burriana Beach, 20 minute walk to the old town, 5 minute walk from the nearest big supermarket. We own the villa outright, so rest assured nothing will come between you and your holiday. The villa fully complies with the new Andalucia rental law.
Nerja: A popular resort, readily accessible from Malaga and its international airport, with motorway access to within a mile of the town centre. Nestling in the foothills of the mountains, the old town, with its narrow, vehicle restricted, cobbled streets, and offers a more relaxed holiday from that found in the big resorts further along the coast. With small picturesque bays, the famous 'Balcon de Europa' promenade, numerous small shops, bars and restaurants, and its wonderful all year round climate, Nerja has something for all seasons, especially for families and the more mature holidaymaker.
Local Excursions: The Nerja Caves, Spain's third biggest tourist attraction, are well worth a visit. A extensive network of fascinating underground caverns with the World's biggest stalactites, plus an auditorium and stage where the annual music and arts festival takes place. Nearby is Maro, a picturesque village with panoramic views across the sea and a small-secluded beach, invisible from the cliff top. The mountains shelter many small attractive villages, notably Frigiliana with its restored Roman town and narrow vehicle-free cobbled streets and the 'lost' hamlet of Acebuchal, originally abandoned in 1948. Further afield is the historic city of Granada and the famous Alhambra Palace (pre-booking advised), or perhaps a trip to Malaga and the Picasso Museum. Marbella and Puerto Banus also provide a great day out, as do visits to Mijas, Antequera and the El Torcal National Park. For winter visitors, the 'Sierra Nevada' ski resort, near Granada, is about two hours drive away.
Getting There: 'Easyjet' fly from Gatwick, Stansted, Luton, Bristol, Nottingham, Liverpool, Newcastle and Belfast; 'Flybe' from Southampton, Exeter and Birmingham; 'Jet2' from Leeds/Bradford and Manchester, and 'Thomsonfly' from sixteen UK regional airports. For those in Scotland, 'Ryanair' fly from Edinburgh and Glasgow. For transport to and from Malaga Airport, our local Agent can book a taxi, MPV or minibus (most with air conditioning). We can also recommend a car hire company we regularly use at Malaga Airport.