This exclusive well appointed villa overlooks the Mediterranean (it is 400m above sea level) and the beautiful nearby town of Mijas. There are 3 bedrooms which can sleep up to 7 people, 2 bathrooms (one en-suite), an American kitchen with utility room and a large lounge which offers panoramic views of the breathtaking scenery overlooking the Mediterranean Sea towards Gibraltar. On a clear day, you can see the mountains of Africa! It has air conditioning, satellite TV, video, and a CD and radio/cassette player. Externally there is a patio Andaluz opening onto a broad terrace with a large pool (8x4m) set in private gardens featuring a BBQ, outside dining area, large roof terrace (all with fabulous views) and car port. The property benefits from the exclusivity given by the security gates at the entrance to the development complex and is flanked by other villas. Mijas is 5 mins by car, Fuengirola and the beach are 10 mins by car and Marbella 20 mins. The nearest international airport is Malaga (10 miles). We also have our own car, an Opel Zafira 5-7 seater, which we rent out to our customers at very good rates.
We have a management couple who are available at all times. They will welcome you to the villa and provide any information required. Linen is changed every week. Guests staying for longer who do not wish to be disturbed can ask for a clean set of linen and towels to be provided. The pool and garden will be maintained once a week (normally Saturday).
Local Activities: Swimming, golf (33 courses on the Costa del Sol, several very near), tennis (the Lew Hoad Tennis Club is very near), walking, sailing, cycling, fishing, horse riding, wind-surfing, water skiing, mountain biking, aquaparks, amusement parks, and other attractions.
Attractions: Andalucia has something for everyone: the holiday towns of the Costas (Malaga, Torremolinos, Marbella and Fuengirola) and the miles of clubs, bars, cafes, golf clubs and beaches that line a rocky coast. For cultural visitors, the highlights are the cities of Seville, Cordoba and Granada. For wildlife enthusiasts, there are some of the highest mountains in Europe (including Europe’s southernmost skiing resort) and marshlands crowded with flamingos.