Villa with 3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms and private pool in Algarinejo, Spain
From £835 per week
Villa to rent in Algarinejo, Spain
Restored mill with private swimming pool on a property in Algarinejo, Granada
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Villa overview - owner's description
This farmhouse has been renovated and is located in an agricultural estate in Fuentes de Cesna. It is pet-friendly with 3 bedrooms for 6 and has a terrace and fishing nearby.Parque de Cesna offers a nice place for wlking and cycling. Sports fishing is possible in the Iznajar Reservoir or the River Pesquera (2 km). Also worth a visit are Alhambra in Granada, the Mezquita in Cordoba, Costa del Sol in Málaga and the white-washed villages of Andalucia. Shop for your daily esential is at 2 km.This house has all facilities for a relaxing stay like open kitchen, electric heating, and living room with fireplace. The private terracce , garden, and barbecue are great to relax outside. Children can use the bed and high chair provided. You also have space for parking and can bring 1 pet.
- Open kitchen (cooker (ceramic), oven, microwave, fridge-freezer, washing machine)
- Living/diningroom (TV, fireplace)
- Bedroom (small double bed)
- Bathroom (bathtub with shower, washbasin, toilet, bidet)
On the 1st floor:
- Bedroom with bathroom (small double bed, shower, washbasin, toilet)
- Bedroom with bathroom (2x single bed, shower, washbasin, toilet)
- 1x heating (electric)
- 1x terrace (private)
- 1x garden
- 1x fenced)
- 1x BBQ
- 1x parking
- 1x swimming pool
- 1x opened from Jan upto and including Dec)
- 1x children's bed (on request)
- 1x high chair (on request)
LAST FRONTIER OF AL-ANDALUS
The accommodation is located just 1.5km from the pueblo of Fuente de Cesna and the surrounding area forms part of the Poniente Granadino region, the most western part of the Province of Granada. The region is rich in areas of archaeological interest and is encircled by the Sierra of Cordoba to the north, the Axarquia of Malaga to the South and to the west, the Valleys of Archidona and Antequera.
The Alhambra, just 80 minutes away by car, overlooks the City of Granada and attracts many thousands of visitors each year. The walls of the Alhambra enclose an entire citadel comprised of palaces, baths, a fortress a mosque and beautiful gardens.
Welcome to the historical monument and grounds of the Alhambra and Generalife
The Alhambra was a palace, a citadel, fortress, and the home of the Nasrid sultans, high government officials, servants of the court and elite soldiers (from the 13th to the 14th century). Today, the monument is divided into four main areas: the Palaces, the military zone or Alcazaba, the city or Medina and the agricultural estate of the Generalife. All of these areas are surrounded by woods, gardens and orchards.
Other notable buildings belonging to a different time period are also included, such as the Renaissance style Palace of Charles V, which houses the Alhambra Museum (most of the items are from the site of the monument) and the Fine Art Museum.
In order to fully appreciate the unique architecture of the Alhambra set within the surrounding landscape, it is advisable to visit an area of the AlbaicÌn called the Mirador de San Nicol•s, or go to Sacromonte. From both of these places the Alhambra's spectacular location, lying just above the city of Granada, can really be admired
Alhambra:General information and tickets
General information: www.alhambradegranada.org
The ticket is only valid for the day of purchase of the ticket.
Owing to the great demand of tickets and to the number of visitors per day being limited, advance booking is recommended.
Once inside, visitors may remain until the Monument closes.
Visitors will be asked to leave the Monument at closing time.
There are two types of tickets: Daytime Visit (divided into morning visit and afternoon visit) and Evening Visit.
This includes the areas of the Alcazaba, the Nasrid Palaces, the Generalife, the Mosque baths and Gardens.
Visits are divided into two sessions:
Morning: From 8.30 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Afternoon: From 2 p.m. to 6 p.m. or from 2 p.m. to 8 p.m. (see the opening times).
This only includes access to the area of the Nasrid Palaces open to visitors.
The Mulhacén peak, the highest on the Iberian peninsula, rises up to 3,478 metres, an altitude which guarantees abundant, top quality snow despite the fact that Sierra Nevada is Europe’s most southern ski resort. Moreover, this fortunate geographical location guarantees a great many sunny days in the middle of winter. Being awarded the World Ski Championships in 1996 meant enormous international recognition for Granada’s ski resort
In summertime the sunny days and optimum temperatures produce perfect conditions for launching hand gliders, so much so that this sport’s World Championship trials are usually based here. Sierra Nevada is ideal for exploring on foot, by mountain bike or on horseback.
Sierra Nevada's Ski resort (fotos Patr. Prov. of Tourisme )
65 KILOMETRES OF PISTES
The resort has 45 pistes of various levels of difficulty, with a total length of 65 kilometres, where one can either ski or go snowboarding. One of the main attractions of Sierra Nevada is that one can ski at night on a specially fitted out, floodlit piste. Further, it also has two 8.6 kilometre cross-country skiing circuits, which can also be tried out at La Ragua, the province’s second winter resort.
Quick and easy access to the Sierra Nevada pistes from the Pradollano residential and business area is ensured by 19 modern ski lifts: two cablecars, twelve chairlifts and five actual ski lifts can transport up to 32,000 skiers per hour. Around three hundred snowmaking machines ensure that the pistes are in a perfect state.
With its Islamic style architecture the Albayzín area of the City of Granada is an area of beauty, where trailing plants adorn a myriad of balconies and the scent of flowers spills over the many garden walls. Plaza de San Nicolas, within the Albayzín, is possibly one of Andalucia's most famous viewpoints.
The Generalife Gardens are a splendour to behold, the senses are engulfed by experiences that render any description of the occurrence almost meaningless to those who have not yet been fortunate to witness such beauty. The Generalife Gardens provide visitors with the opportunity to gaze into the past of this wondrous location as well as daydream of the times ahead.
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Outside this villa in Algarinejo, SpainThis villa is in the countryside. It has a pool, a balcony and a barbecue.
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Updated 1 July 2020
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Final cleaning, Bed linen, Bath towels, Kitchen linen
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€10.00 (approx. £8.99) per night, paid locally
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3 bedrooms, Sleeps 6:
- 2 single beds
There is also 1 cot
Internet / WiFi, TV
Central heating, Open fire, Washing machine
Cooker, Fridge, Freezer, Microwave, Oven
Balcony or terrace, Barbecue, Parking
Preferred Partner From Zurich, Switzerland Member since Dec 2017
This villa is managed by an established travel agent that was founded over 40 years ago. We've been working with them since December 2017 and have had 50 bookings with them.
Past bookings: 50 bookings
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