In an amazing location, stunning views, easy access and just one kilometre from probably the best steak restaurant in the area. This air-conditioned, three bedroomed villa will sleep six; it is just 20 minutes from the beach and less than an hour from Malaga airport.
Put your cases down and relax……….. The peace, tranquillity and stunning views will soon have you in a chilled out mood, our three bedroom villa is fitted with everything that you can possibly want.
Park your car off the road, there is space for a couple more, and walk in under the covered breakfast terrace to the open plan lounge and kitchen area. Here you will find a flat screen TV with UK channels to view, if you can stop looking at those exquisite views available from virtually anywhere on this side of the villa and terraces. There is also a very efficient wood burner should you be taken with the idea of having a longer winter break, to settle in for those cosy winter evenings.
The terraces; of which there are several, where you can either follow the sun or keep in the shade, something for everyone, where you can pop in and out of your own private pool all day long, we have sunbeds and pool towels for everyone. We have a barbecue on the upper dining terrace where you can take in the panoramic and breath-taking views of Lake Vinuela and, as the sunsets, the ever changing colours of Mount Maroma, with a much larger barbecue on the lower more intimate terrace.
The gardens have citrus fruit trees with fruit that you are free to pick when they are in season…..there are even strawberries.
Indoors we have air-conditioning in all of the living and bedrooms, three bedrooms, one double and two twin rooms all on the same level and two bathrooms. We have available for families with young children, a cot and high chair to make your stay a little easier. The kitchen has a dishwasher and washing machine, fridge freezer, and all of the items that you would expect in any other well equipped villa.
The villa is on the outskirts of the pretty white Andalucian village of Los Romanes, where there are several restaurants and bars, there is also a busy kiosk where both holiday guests and locals pass the warm summer evenings. There are a couple of shops, and the village has its own Olive oil press where you can buy a bottle ‘of the best olive oil you can get’, to take home with you. Around the back of the village you can see the raisin beds, this is where the grapes that do not go to be used for Malaga wine, are dried and shipped up to supermarkets in Northern Europe.
If you want to venture further afield whilst staying in the villa, places like the Alhambra Palace, Marbella and Antequera are only about an hour away, with Gibraltar, Cordoba and Seville just around a two hour drive; if you go to Gibraltar don’t forget your passport.