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Recent Costa Tropical and Granada Province reviews

  • Lovely holiday in a super villa

    "We had a great holiday in this wonderful villa. 13 of us enjoyed the pool, the indoor and outdoor cinemas, and had a bit of competition and exercise over the table tennis and pool tables. Antonio and Domingo were very helpful and we were especially grateful for the items of food and drink they left us, as we arrived on a Sunday when the supermarkets were shut! The sea is fair walk (about 20mins), not too bad going but coming back was challenging! But we did it a few times to look round the castle and eat churros! The nearest restaurant El Chaleco is worth a visit. We ate there twice and it was lovely. Walked there and back so that was some help with the calories! A lovely holiday, thank you Antonio."
    Guest: Mary B. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: September 23, 2016
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  • Fabulous Apartment in a lovely village

    "We had a fantastic time in Velez de Benaudalla. The village is just over an hour's drive from Malaga airport, but motorway for all but the last 5 mins. The apartments were easy to find and we were met at the entrance by Emi who let us in and showed us around (and helped us park the car in the underground car park!). The apartment was lovely and just as described. Two large bedrooms with plenty of storage space, two clean and well maintained bathrooms, a great kitchen with plenty of appliances (inc. a large fridge/freezer), a comfortable living/dining area and two delightful furnished and peaceful roof terraces (so you always had the choice of sun or shade). The pool area was very nice - well maintained and clean - and never too busy. The kids loved the fountains that came on in the early evening. The underground parking with a lift to the apartment was very handy – particularly for keeping the car cool. Be careful negotiating the entrance/exit when you first arrive as there are couple of tight corners, but you get used to it quite quickly. As far as the village is concerned the highlights were: The Jardin Nazari – beautiful landscaped gardens with caves to explore Meson Nacimiento – a very friendly restaurant which we visited three times in our 10 day stay - eating outdoors by the waterfall. The maze of winding paths/roads around the houses on the side of the hill between the main road and the Castle/football ground. The bars on the main street – our favourite was Los Carmenes. If you pop in before going for a meal, bear in mind that you’ll get tapas every time you order drinks – so you may end up full before you get to the restaurant ! There are number of small supermarkets and a couple of nice bakeries on the main street. There’s also an ‘open all hours’ style shop on a side street near the apartments which is worth a visit just to marvel at how they’ve managed to fit so much stock into such a small space. In the local area there’s: Pampaniera: a picturesque village in the mountains. Worth a visit, but a bit touristy. If the lady in the sweetshop offers you a sweet – ask her what’s in it before you taste it (she claimed they contained cannabis!). Motril: only 10 mins drive away. There’s a huge Al Campo supermarket there. Salobrena and La Herradura: lovely beaches/shops. La Herrradura was very busy with locals at the weekend (and we were a little late arriving) but easy to find parking during the week. Salobrena is slightly large"
    Guest: Jackie L. Date of Stay: August 2016 Review Submitted: October 16, 2016
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  • Best of both worlds

    "What a lovely, relaxing place! We felt Casa Luca was the best of both worlds: it is on the edge of Orgiva, so still close to town, but far enough out that it is quiet and rural. The area attracts more tourists than it did the last time we visited 20 years ago, but it retains a sense of being 'real' and there are plenty of walks on which you will meet no one but ibex and birds. On the local 'route of centenarian olive trees', Casa Luca retains a sense of being amongst working smallholdings with its own olive and orange trees. The pool was gorgeous, we loved the way the house is decorated and it is well appointed for a rental villa. The two bathrooms also made a big difference to our party of 8. The villa has good sized bedrooms with comfy beds. We used the fireplace and wood stove for chilly evenings, which were lovely. The kitchen is small, but had everything we needed. We visited for Semana Santa and enjoyed the processions in town as well as the white villages, and of course the sunshine and relaxation. The local feria 'Hecho en la Alpujarra' was on and was a good source of handicraft finds (lovely local pottery). We even managed to get one day of skiing in the Sierra Nevadas. We didn't want to leave!"
    Guest: Giselle V. Date of Stay: March 2016 Review Submitted: March 29, 2016
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  • Tres bien.

    "Nous avons passé un tres bon sejour au sein de cette villa. Les photos sont exactement la réalité. La vue est magnifique. La maison est propre bien équipés. Nous reviendrons très certainement. Encore merci pour l'accueil. Merci beaucoup à bientôt."
    Guest: cyril q. Date of Stay: September 2016 Review Submitted: October 4, 2016
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