Our home is situated in the centre of a quiet village and is beautifully furnished in a modern Andalucian style. Marble floors throughout with an open fire place in the spacious sitting room which has patio doors onto a large terrace. Recreation includes 2 miles of beach, swimming, paddle tennis courts, Alcaidesa's own golf course, and superb food found in local tapas bars and restaurants.
Local Area: Just 15 minutes from Gibralter, the national coast road CN 340 connects Alcaidesa to Marbella (25 minutes) and Malaga (60 minutes). Our village, 'Loma del Rey' is found a mile off this main road, nestling at the foot of a mountain with the Mediterranean and the rock of Gibralter acting as a spectacular backdrop. Within striking distance are Cadiz, Tarifa, Ronda (and the white villages), Estepona and Puerto Banus. Horse riding, trekking and walking are all popular pursuits, and for bird watchers, many rare species are seen migrating over Alcaidesa from January to March.
Golf Details: Alcaidesa's links golf course is nothing short of spectacular, winding it's way along the coastline and then inland to the hills above the village. Close by there are famous championship courses, namely Valderrama (host to the Ryder cup in 1997), Sotogrande and San Roque. Together with Alcaidesa these form the 'golden triangle.' Also near by are the superb Almenera (opened in 1998) and La Canada (lovely 9 hole course). Golfing guests can use our med golf discount cards which give up to 25% discount on green fees in the area.
Holiday Feedback: 'Well, we have returned safe and sound, totally enthused, rejuvenated and delighted with our holiday.'
'Again our thanks for all your help and for the use of your lovely Spanish Home.'
Alcaidesa is found between Gibraltar and Sotogrande. It has a private entrance off the N340 dual carriageway at junction 124 and our village is next to the sea, a few minutes drive from the entrance. Alcaidesa is 55 minutes drive from Malaga and 15 minutes from Gibraltar.
Golf: Alcaidesa's links golf course is nothing short of spectacular, winding it's way along the coastline and then inland to the hills above the village. Close by there are famous championship courses, namely Valderrama (host to the Ryder Cup in 1997), Sotogrande and San Roque. Together with Alcaidesa they form the 'golden triangle'. Also near by are the superb 27 Hole Almenera (opened in 1998) and La Canada (a lovely 18 hole public course). Golfing guests can get up to 25% discount on the green fees on the Alcaidesa course.
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