Villa with 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom and swimming pool in Coín, Spain
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From £384 per week
Villa to rent in Coín, Spain
Villa overview - owner's description
The Villa is value for money, offering a private pool 6m x 3m, air conditioning in Living room, Wi-fi, and free to air Satellite TV. The nearest amenities are a 6 minutes drive (8Km)
The villa is 200 metres from the main country road that takes you into the local town of Coin. The Villa is located in a beautiful part of the Andalucian countryside in fact just inside the Natural Park Sierra de las Nieves with Ronda only 60 minutes away and only 30 minutes to Marbella.
Smoking Not allowed inside the home but is allowed on the terrace and on the grounds
Air conditioning in living room only, Fridge Freezer, Microwave, Washing Machine, Iron, Private Swimming Pool, Sun loungers, Patio furniture, Parasols, BBQ, Free to air Satellite TV.
Outside: The Villa has a large covered Terrace with a Pergola, table and chairs for six and small BBQ. This is where you can spend some time reading, having a meal or simply enjoying the mountain views. And for those long hot summer days, your own “Private Pool' size 6m x 3m (depth from 1.2m to 1.6m).
The pool area is fenced, even so children should be supervised at all times. Further notes The nearest towns/villages are Guaro and Coin, which are about a 6-minutes drive. Coin has lots of Supermarkets, Shops, Banks and also an Open-Air Market once a week.
It is located on the east side of Sierra de las Nieves. It has numerous springs and the Rio Grande river. Since ancient times it has been a crossroads and a stop for travelers, because of lying between the interior mountains and the Costa del Sol.
The origin of Guaro is found in the confluence of cultures: Iberians, romans, visigoths and arabs left their mark on the fertile plains of the Rio Grande. Over time, the population was concentrated in the present location further from the river but well supplied with fonts, resulting in what is now known as Villa de Guaro.
The varied geography found in the term has been continuously shaped by man since prehistoric times until today. The result of this interaction is the biodiversity in different ecosystems such as forest, dry land in terraces, narrow river beds and the extensive Rio Grande Valley and its irrigated land.
Throughout history, the local way of life has been closely linked to rural areas. Cattle and agriculture have led to the livelihood of the majority of households until recent decades. Today, however, the only evidence of livestock are two goatherds.
Regarding agriculture, it still survives, although the population does not longer depends on it. The almond has been a source of income, but its cultivation has declined. Anyway, the blossom of the almonds in the months of January and February is one of the most beautiful pictures of the Sierra de las Nieves.
The olive tradition endures based on the explotation of small plots, similar to that of organic farming. The four mills of yesteryear have given way to a modern mill, El Molino de Guaro, which prepares an extra virgin olive oil of high quality.
Guaro's residents remember life in the field and now look towards a new era based on tourism, offering visitors their natural hospitality. This sector is emerging as the economic alternative.
In view of the current situation, the village of Guaro is firmly committed to quality as an objective to add value to its natural, cultural and tourism heritage. We started the project "Cultural Village Guaro" in which the Luna Mora Festival stands out because of it's importance and immediate success.
Guaro boasts today one of the largest open-air auditoriums in the province, designed to host large orchestras, dance, opera and theater. This scenario contains the various acts of the new cultural offer. The Luna Mora Festival has here a great significance.
Another major tourist resort is the Al-Andalus Cultural Center, an old mill which has been converted into an ethnographic museum, a tourist information office, a shop and an andalusian patio.
In addition to these projects there are worth a visit the typical streets of the old quarter, heritage of the arabic time, the church of San Miguel and the chapels Cruz del Puerto and San Isidro. All this, combined with a precious natural environment, a wide range of hotels and rural cottages, and all the different festivals and cultural events turn Guaro into a tourist destination of great interest.
We are waiting for you to come to Guaro!
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Outside this villa in Coín, SpainThis villa is in the countryside and in a quiet area. It has a pool, a barbecue and outside lighting. Car hire is necessary as the renter will need a car to get about for shopping, eating out and the beach; however parking is available if required.
Prices and availability
Updated 9 June 2017
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Changeover days and minimum stays
- 29 July 2017 - 30 March 2018: the minimum stay is 7 nights.
Late booking discounts
- Receive 20% off if the booking is made within 2 weeks of the arrival date.
If more than one discount matches your arrival date, please be aware that only one discount of the highest amount will be applied to your booking.
Breakages/Damages security deposit, to be paid on arrival and in cash
£136.89 per booking, paid locally
2 bedrooms, Sleeps 4:
- 1 double bed
- 2 single beds
Private pool, Size 6m x 3m, Depth 1.4m to 1.6m
Internet / WiFi, Radio, TV Languages in English, Spanish, Satellite / cable
Living area seats 4, Dining area seats 4, Clothes drier, Iron / board, Towels / linen, Washing machine, Car hire essential
Cooker, Crockery, Fridge, Freezer, Kettle, Microwave, Pots / pans, Toaster
Barbecue, Outside lighting, Parking
Private Owner From Guaro, Spain Member since Oct 2016
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