A traditional villa located in the prestigious 'Cortijo San Rafael' between the white Andalusian village of Frigiliana & the ever popular coastal town of Nerja. Villa Torres is an excellent choice!
July & August: 1595 Euros per week
June & Sept: 1395 Euros per week
March, April, May & Oct: 995 Euros per week
Nov, Dec, Jan & Feb: 695 Euros per week
Villa Torres - This 3 bedroom villa is bright & comfortable, with spacious sun terraces & private swimming pool offering views down the valley towards the Mediterranean sea. WIFI & air conditioning included.
The swimming pool is kidney shaped, approx. 8m x 5m. Adjacent is the dining terrace equipped with terrace table & chairs. A lovely spot for alfresco dining. The spacious terrace, equipped with sun loungers & parasols, is ideal for relaxing in the sun.
The BBQ terrace is located to the rear of the villa with additional table & chairs.
Access is good with a private driveway to park. Stairs lead up to the villa entrance, leading into the hallway.
There is a good sized living/dining room with comfortable seating, a flat screen TV with international channels. Patio doors lead out to the dining terrace & on to the pool & sun terrace.
The kitchen is well equipped with appliances & utensils. The dishwasher & washing machine are found in the adjacent utility room.
The master bedroom is a double with fitted wardrobes & an en-suite bathroom. There are 2 further bedrooms, both with twin single beds. Also, another bathroom with a 'step-in' shower.
Ideal for a family or group of friends to enjoy that relaxing holiday in the sun!
In Frigiliana there are guided tours on horseback, market on Thursday and motorcycle rental. You should visit the old town where the architectural design and structure dates to the period of the Moors and is considered one of the best, if not the best conserved in the province of Malaga; with its narrow and winding streets and meticulously painted houses which all together make this place an enchanting and captivating experience.
Nerja is a coastal town at the foot of the Almijara mountains with a long tradition of fishing and agriculture. The fishermen still pull their nets ashore on Burriana beach and fresh produce can still be bought from the doorways of local people´s houses. The weekly market (Tuesdays) attracts many traders and shoppers from all over the region and the town centre has a vibrant, friendly atmosphere with many lovely shops and tapas bars & restaurants.