Villas in Andalucía

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  • Villa in Canillas de Albaida, Spain
    2 bedroom villa • Sleeps 5

    Holiday villa in Andalucía, Spain, with private pool

    Lovely private country house. Set within a leafy, quiet location with stunning views, secluded and tranquil.

    From £380 per week
    (18)
  • Villa in Iznate, Spain
    2 bedroom villa • Sleeps 5

    Costa del Sol holiday villa rental with private pool

    Tranquil villa, with stunning sea views, private pool, shaded areas. Enjoy a holiday in a peaceful location where the Spanish live and tend their grapes, olives and almonds.

    From £448 per week
    (26)
  • Villa in Mijas Golf, Spain: Dining on the terrace
    2 bedroom villa • Sleeps 5

    Villa with shared pool in Andalucía, Spain

    Two bedroom split level house with two bathrooms and a modern kitchen with stunning views of Mijas Golf Course. Situated in a small family friendly community. Wi-Fi and UK TV included.

    From £314 per week
    (42)
  • Villa in Fuengirola, Spain
    3 bedroom villa • Sleeps 6

    Villa with private pool in Andalucía, Spain

    Comfortable villa located near town center, within walking distance of beach. Swimming pool, log fire and outdoor dining area with barbecue.

    From £1,170 per week
    (21)
  • Villa in Alcaucín, Spain: El Olivo
    3 bedroom villa • Sleeps 6

    Holiday villa in Andalucía, Spain, with private pool

    Tranquil, delightful, 3 bedroom Villa with private pool and grounds, stunning mountain and lake views. Close to local villages, beaches and golf. Perfect for that relaxing, chill out time in the sun !

    From £665 per week
    (9)
  • Villa in Cerros del Águila, Spain: Garden and villa
    4 bedroom villa • Sleeps 9

    Villa with private pool in Andalucía, Spain

    Outstanding 4 bedroomed villa with large terraces/gardens overlooking a private pool with stunning views of countryside and sea, ideal for families, couples and golfers

    From £920 per week
    (4)
  • Villa in Alcaucín, Spain
    3 bedroom villa • Sleeps 8

    Villa to rent in Andalucía, Spain

    Family Villa with stunning Panaramic views. Featuring 3 large double bedrooms all with en-suite bath/shower rooms, large lounge with LCD IPTV and a fully equipped kitchen. 8 x 4m Private Pool

    From £732 per week
    (12)
  • Villa in Comares, Spain
    5 bedroom villa • Sleeps 15

    Villa rental in Andalucía, Spain, with private pool

    Gorgeous villa for 15 persons, air con, barbecue, wifi, private heated swimming pool. Walk to bar/restaurant. 2km from Village.

    From £655 per week
    (3)
  • Villa in Almuñécar, Spain
    4 bedroom villa • Sleeps 8

    Villa rental in Andalucía, Spain, with shared pool

    Modern, roomy house for 8, great views, excellent swimming pools. Charming town, beaches, restaurants 5 min

    From £594 per week
    (27)
  • Villa in Genalguacil, Spain
    1 bedroom villa • Sleeps 2

    Málaga Province holiday villa rental with private pool

    A typical Spanish Andalusian self catering rural villa nestled in a cork oak forest, amidst terraces of fruit trees sitting on the edge of an ancient threshing circle with views of the mountains

    From £465 per week

Villas in Andalucía with private pools

Enjoy the space and privacy of a villa with a private pool.

  • Villa in Vélez-Málaga, Spain: Outdoor private Pool
    5 bedroom villa • Sleeps 12

    Holiday villa in Andalucía, Spain, with private pool

    Exquisite villa overlooking the Mediterranean, only a three minute walk to the beach. Private pool and hot tub with outdoor kitchen is perfect for entertaining.

    Private pool
    From £1,424 per week
    (34)
  • Villa in Antequera, Spain
    5 bedroom villa • Sleeps 15

    Holiday villa in Andalucía, Spain, with private pool

    Rustic, but modern 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom private villa. Also a self contained apartment upstairs. Set in an old olive grove. With a private heated pool, gated for safety. Air conditioned, WIFI,

    Heated private pool
    8m x 4m and 1.4m to 2m deep
    From £575 per week
    (14)
  • Villa in Estepona, Spain
    2 bedroom villa • Sleeps 8

    Costa del Sol holiday villa rental with private pool

    This 2 bedroom villa with private pool is located in Estepona and sleeps 8 people. It has WiFi, a garden and barbeque facilities.

    Private pool
    12m x 6m
    From £1,795 per week
  • Villa in Salares, Spain
    2 bedroom villa • Sleeps 4

    Villa with private pool in Andalucía, Spain

    Beautiful house set in a finca of 8,000 sq. m, in the Natural Park Tejeda-Almijara. Privacy & calm assured. If you are looking for a holiday haven to really unwind and relax, then look no further!

    Private pool
    8m x 4.5m and 1.4m to 2m deep
    From £427 per week
    (13)
  • Villa in Tolox, Spain
    3 bedroom villa • Sleeps 6

    Málaga Province holiday villa rental with private pool

    Executive 3 bed villa ,own pool, wifi , in the centre of a sleepy Spanish village at the foot of the national park , Marbella 35kms Malaga 45km,

    Private pool
    4m x 3m and 1m to 1.6m deep
    From £418 per week
    (1)
  • Villa in Válor, Spain
    2 bedroom villa • Sleeps 5

    Holiday villa in Andalucía, Spain, with private pool

    End Villa with private pool and spacious terraces with stunning views and rural location yet just a 30 minute walk from the village of Valor with shops, bars and restaurants.

    Private pool
    8m x 6m and 1.2m to 1.4m deep
    From £522 per week
    (8)
  • Villa in Las Farolas, Spain
    6 bedroom villa • Sleeps 15

    Costa del Sol villa to rent

    6 Bedrooms, , Air Conditioning, Central Heating, Cot, High Chair, Internet Access, Room Fans, Satellite TV, Seperate WC, En-suite, Private Pool, Terrace, View, fully equipped Kitchen, 90m. to beach

    Private pool
    From £1,857 per week
    (1)
  • Villa in Jardin Botánico, Spain
    4 bedroom villa • Sleeps 9

    Villa with private pool in Andalucía, Spain

    This 4 bed villa is situated in Jardin Botánico La Cala de Mijas. There are 4 bedrooms , a private pool , large gardens facing south with amazing sea views. Wi-fi and air-conditioning are included

    Private pool
    From £1,568 per week
    (1)
  • Villa in Iznate, Spain: House and Pool
    3 bedroom villa • Sleeps 6

    Villa to rent in Andalucía, Spain

    3 Bedroom Villa set amongst Avocado & Mango trees with stunning mountain views. Get away from the hectic life & relax in this well appointed property with its own pool and all modern amenities.

    Private pool
    7m x 4m and 1.2m to 1.6m deep
    From £418 per week
    (3)
  • Villa in Las Farolas, Spain
    6 bedroom villa • Sleeps 16

    Villa with private pool in Andalucía, Spain

    This stunning 6 bedroom villa is walking distance from the bars and restaurants, with large heated pool, games room, south facing garden and pool area with sun all day.

    Heated private pool
    From £1,858 per week
    (1)

Cheap villas in Andalucía

Rent one of our cheapest villas in Andalucía for a low cost holiday.

  • Villa in Imaroga, Spain
    3 bedroom villa • Sleeps 6

    Villa with private pool in Andalucía, Spain

    This 3 bedroom villa with private pool is located in Imaroga and sleeps 6 people. It has WiFi, air conditioning and barbeque facilities. The villa is near a beach.

    From £113 per week
  • Villa in Rota, Spain
    2 bedroom villa • Sleeps 4

    Villa to rent in Andalucía, Spain

    This flirtatious contemporary terraced house near the center of the town of Rota is located in an ideal area to enjoy a few days with the family. It has direct private access from the street.

    From £167 per week
  • Villa in Pozo Alcón, Spain
    1 bedroom villa • Sleeps 3

    Villa in Andalucía, Spain

    Enjoy nature and absolute tranquility in this charming rural holiday home in a privileged and quiet environment, such as Fontanar, in Jaén, whose name means birth.

    From £188 per week
  • Villa in Medina-Sidonia, Spain
    1 bedroom villa • Sleeps 5

    Holiday villa in Andalucía, Spain

    This beautiful holiday home for 4 adults and 1 child is located in Medina Sidonia in the province of Cádiz and boasts two beautiful courtyards, one of them with an Arabian fountain.

    From £198 per week
  • Villa in Grazalema, Spain
    1 bedroom villa • Sleeps 2

    Villa to rent in Andalucía, Spain

    Great holiday home in Benamahoma, Cadiz. Ideal to get away from daily stress and relax in nature.

    From £198 per week
  • Villa in Torrox, Spain
    4 bedroom villa • Sleeps 8

    Costa del Sol villa to rent

    Beautiful holiday home in the heights of Torrox, Málaga. The 150 m² house offers enough space for 8 persons with 4 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. At only 500 m you will find a public swimming pool.

    From £198 per week
  • Villa in Iznájar, Spain
    1 bedroom villa • Sleeps 3

    Holiday villa in Andalucía, Spain, with swimming pool

    This aesthetic, terrace house furnished with all comforts is located in the heart of Andalusia. During the winter months, the fireplace ensures cosy warmth inside.

    From £199 per week
  • Villa in El Bosque, Spain
    2 bedroom villa • Sleeps 4

    Villa in Andalucía, Spain

    Nice holiday townhouse in the middle of the Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park, very close to the towns of Ubrique and El Bosque.

    From £208 per week
  • Villa in Zahara, Spain
    3 bedroom villa • Sleeps 6

    Cádiz Province villa to rent

    The well maintained and tastefully furnished holiday home is located in the beautiful village of Zahara de la Sierra which offers a lot of history and visits to the various monuments are therefore.

    From £208 per week
  • Villa in Urbanización Roquetas de Mar, Spain
    1 bedroom villa • Sleeps 4

    Villa to rent in Andalucía, Spain

    Just 5 minutes from the beautiful sandy beach in Roquetas de Mar.

    From £208 per week

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Prices and Availability for villas in Andalucía

Cheapest monthNovember 2020 average weekly price £84575% of villas are available
High seasonJuly 2021 average weekly price £1,72988% of villas are available
Most popular destinationMarbellaAverage weekly price £4,157
Cheapest destinationFuengirolaAverage weekly price £1,000

All data is for the next 12 months and all the prices are the average weekly cost (Saturday - Saturday).

Price information for villas in Andalucía (2020 - 2021)

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Average weekly prices for villas in Andalucía

The prices graph for villas in Andalucía shows you the average weekly price for one of our villas over the next twelve months. July and August are the most expensive months to rent a villa in Andalucía where the average price is £1,729 in July and £1,634 in August. The cheapest month to rent a villa is in October where the average weekly price is £835 (31/10 - 07/11). The average price of a villa in Andalucía varies considerably between regions, distance from the nearest beach and the size of the villa. See the graph for average weekly prices for our top destinations in Andalucía below.

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Weekly availability for villas in Andalucía

The graph above shows the availability of our villa holiday rentals in Andalucía over the next twelve months. August (15/08 - 22/08) is the busiest time to rent a villa in Andalucía where only 909 of our villas are available to book. The quietest time to visit Andalucía at the moment is in July (03/07 - 10/07) where 88% of our villas have availability.

Prices for top villa destinations in Andalucía (2020 - 2021)

£0£4,157£3,118£2,078£1,039BenalmádenaCosta delSolFuengirolaMarbellaMijasNerja
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Average weekly prices for top destinations in Andalucía

This graph shows the average weekly prices for villas in our most popular destinations in Andalucía. Our cheapest popular destination to rent a villa in Andalucía is in Fuengirola where the average weekly rental price is £1,000. In comparison, Marbella costs an average of £4,157 per week and Benalmádena £1,870 per week.

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Villas in Andalucia

A mix of magnificent coastline, stunning hinterland and rich cultural history is what makes Andalucia one of the best holiday destinations in Europe. Andalucia, also pronounced Andalusia, is an autonomous community in the south of Spain boasting gorgeous landscapes, endless stretches of postcard beaches and more tourist attractions than you’d ever think you'd need for a holiday. From the traditional food and customs, to the friendly locals, festivals and varied landscape, this beautiful region has much to offer. Andalucia lies on the southern coast of Spain, with ten airports in the region; the two main being Malaga and Seville, with direct flights from the UK taking no longer than 3.5 hours.

As Spain's southernmost region, Andalucia’s beautiful year-round climate makes it stand out from the rest of the Iberian peninsula, boasting over 700km of soft sand beaches, warm waters and some of the most glorious costas in the country. With a history spanning over 50,000 years, discover a wealth of ancient remains, cultural gems and architectural wonders such as The Alcázar of Seville and The Alhambra, in the province of Granada, which is one of the most visited monuments in Spain. It's a region of tradition, where you can relax during siesta or go wild during fiesta, dance the night away in a vibrant Marbella nightclub or enjoy an authentic flamenco dinner show in Malaga. Immerse yourself in the traditional Andalucian way of life in Cordoba, Cadiz or Jerez de la Frontera, or revel in the metropolitan atmosphere of modern Málaga city, where you can enjoy everything from seafood paella to exploring the works of one of Spain’s most famous artists at The Picasso Museum.

Taxis are ideal for getting around the cities, while Andalucia is well connected with plenty of bus routes and train services. Think alfresco dining, festivals and historical sites. Festivals occur year-round, and the most popular are located in the provinces of Granada and Cordoba. With an enviable number of World Heritage Sites and historic monuments, Jaén, Granada and Seville provinces are the perfect destinations for those seeking some culture. It resonates with culture, colour and history, with countless historic monuments, museums and festivals. Comprised of eight provinces, the coast is the most popular for its Blue Flag beaches, golden, white and dark sands and calm waters of popular resorts like the Costa del Sol and Costa Tropical. While the Atlantic kisses the shores of Huelva and Cadiz provinces to the west, the provinces of Malaga, Granada and Almeria have the Mediterranean sea to enjoy.

The diverse landscape ranges from the snowy, rugged mountains of the north and south, to the sun-drenched, family-friendly coast, where the beaches of the Costa del Sol and Costa Tropical provide the perfect backdrop for a relaxing summer holiday. Discover a land of contrasts where you can snow hike on Sierra Nevada in the morning and sunbathe on the La Rijana beach in the afternoon. The Sierra Nevada is a hikers' and skiers' dream, while the rolling hills, cliffs and rivers open the door to countless outdoor activities and adventures, such as surfing, paragliding, climbing and kayaking. The pleasant climate provides the perfect opportunity for golf, with over 100 world-class courses to choose from. Enjoy the breath-taking scenery and warm atmosphere of southern Iberia and take home memories to last you and your loved ones a lifetime.

Whether you're looking to explore the sites, catch some rays or just sit and watch the world go by, Andalucia is an ideal Spanish escape destination. The region will have you exploring new places and at the same time making you feel right at home.

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Málaga Province

Málaga Province is home to some gorgeous beaches, pueblo blancos and cultural spots, boasting colourful festivals and a vibrant nightlife. This is where the famous, beaches of the Costa del Sol lie, and the ancient Alcazaba of Málaga fortress.

Granada Province

In the foothills of the Sierra Nevada, Granada is a mix of unspoiled hinterland and pristine coastline, with a region steeped in history. Discover the stunning Alhambra, with the Mulhacén mountains providing the perfect postcard backdrop.

Cádiz Province

The ancient province of Cádiz is home to some glorious beaches and architectural wonders, dating back to 3100 years. Known as the gateway to Africa, it lies opposite Gibraltar, bordering the provinces of Huelva, Málaga and Seville.

Almería Province

Stunning beaches fringe the coast of Almeria Province, meeting the turquoise waters of the Mediterranean. Tabernas desert is the only desert in Europe, famous for being the location where Sergio Leone shot some of his most famous western films!

Seville Province

Seville is the most popular destination in Andalucia. No wonder, as it has much to offer in terms of entertainment, history and leisure. Landmarks include Seville Cathedral and the extravagant beauty of Plaza de España, where scenes of Star Wars were filmed.

  • The Alhambra palace in Granada is one of the most beautiful architectural wonders in Spain
    The Alhambra palace in Granada is one of the most beautiful architectural wonders in Spain
  • The Costa del Sol is the most popular of all the costas in Spain, attracting over 12 million visitors each year
    The Costa del Sol is the most popular of all the costas in Spain, attracting over 12 million visitors each year
  • Visit the sand dunes of Bolonia Beach in Cádiz and watch the sunset with an evening stroll along the coast
    Visit the sand dunes of Bolonia Beach in Cádiz and watch the sunset with an evening stroll along the coast
  • By Bolonia Beach lies the ruins of an ancient Roman town with its stone columns and statues
    By Bolonia Beach lies the ruins of an ancient Roman town with its stone columns and statues
  • The Guadiana River winds its way through the magnificent landscape, all the way through Spain and Portugal
    The Guadiana River winds its way through the magnificent landscape, all the way through Spain and Portugal
  • El Torcal De Antequera park in Málaga is a UNESCO World Heritage Site
    El Torcal De Antequera park in Málaga is a UNESCO World Heritage Site
  • The stunning 16th century Seville Cathedral is the world's fourth-largest church
    The stunning 16th century Seville Cathedral is the world's fourth-largest church
  • Over 3 million tourists visited Granada in 2017
    Over 3 million tourists visited Granada in 2017
  • In Córdoba witness the lively, colourful festivals, like the Battle of the Flowers in May
    In Córdoba witness the lively, colourful festivals, like the Battle of the Flowers in May
  • One of the many ways to explore Andalucia is via its many rivers, such as the Guadalquivir which runs through Córdoba, Seville and Sanlúcar de Barrameda
    One of the many ways to explore Andalucia is via its many rivers, such as the Guadalquivir which runs through Córdoba, Seville and Sanlúcar de Barrameda
  • Beyond the rolling hills of Granada lie many picturesque white villages, or 'pueblo blancos'
    Beyond the rolling hills of Granada lie many picturesque white villages, or 'pueblo blancos'
  • Huelva is the province from where Christopher Columbus set off on his first journey to the Americas in 1942
    Huelva is the province from where Christopher Columbus set off on his first journey to the Americas in 1942
  • Some of the loveliest landscapes belong to Huelva Province
    Some of the loveliest landscapes belong to Huelva Province
  • Just like other towns in the province, Jaén reveals its colourful past through its ancient remnants
    Just like other towns in the province, Jaén reveals its colourful past through its ancient remnants
  • The region's lakes, rivers and mountains are perfect for kayaking, climbing and abseiling
    The region's lakes, rivers and mountains are perfect for kayaking, climbing and abseiling
  • Spain is the world's largest producer of olive oil, with Andalucia being its main producer
    Spain is the world's largest producer of olive oil, with Andalucia being its main producer
  • Visit Doñana National Park in Huelva for its wetlands, coastal dunes and 20th century palace
    Visit Doñana National Park in Huelva for its wetlands, coastal dunes and 20th century palace

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