Ronda Villa Rental Photos and Description
4/5 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms. Sleeps up to 11
This lovely large Villa is within 10 minutes drive of historic and captivating Ronda, in romantic Andalucia.Well placed to visit the fabulous cities of Seville,Cordoba, Jerez, Malaga and the coast (including the bustle of Marbella and the quiet beauty of the Costa de la Luz) it sits within a central position for the traveler who wishes to explore this beautiful part of Spain. Within 15-30 mins however are beautiful villages to explore including the famous Pueblo Blanco.
The villa is extremely well equipped and previous guests comment on the lovely furnishings and most importantly the comfortable beds! The light and airy interior design provides a welcome respite from the heat.
Outside the large & lovely pool, and terrace with granite dining table, make the most of the magnificent view over the stunning panorama of the Andalucian countryside.
Guests comments in particular focus on the tranquility, comfort and views of this special home-so just sit back, relax and enjoy.
Ronda: The stunning hilltop town of Ronda freely exhibits a fine selection of the qualities that we covet most. Here you will find tranquility, a rich and diverse history and an authentic Andaluz atmosphere. It is also a perfect location for easy sorties to the nearby coastline, the beautiful unspoiled interior or to the equally beguiling cities of Sevilla, Cordoba or Granada. Perched on a ridge and encircled by the mountains of the Serrania, Ronda old and new is divided by a dramatic river gorge whose plunging 90m drop is bridged by the Puente Nuevo. On either side of this 18th Century engineering wonder an eclectic mix of architectural styles stand testament to the diverse peoples that have fought over, occupied or just simply visited the town over the centuries.Arab, Moorish, Catholic and Muslim influences can be clearly seen in the fine facades of the old quarter alongside remarkable Renaissance buildings.
Local Andalucia: Further afield through a landscape of craggy sierras forested with cork, holm oaks and the indigenous Spanish fir lies Sevilla, a city that lives life to the full. The luxuriant jungle of botanical gardens that is the Maria Lluisa Park, the once Jewish quarter with picture book wrought iron clad houses and the vast cathedral are just a few of the good reasons to visit.
Heading west you will find Arcos de la Frontera, an original frontier town from the old Muslim kingdom of Granada. Built entirely upon a rock overlooking the Guadalete River it is a spectacular sight. The vineyards and wineries that start in earnest after Arcos leave no doubt that you are entering the world capital of sherry production – Jerez where the names of the landed dynasties are known worldwide. A visit to the bodegas is fascinating but do not overlook the fine horses, flamenco and fiestas for which this city is also famous.
The stunning stretch of coastline known as the Costa de la Luz is perhaps Andalucia’s best kept secret. Virtually unknown outside Spain the magnificent fringe of golden sand that stretches practically unbroken from the Portuguese border to the Straits of Gibraltar totals a staggering 138 km of natural and virtually unspoiled beach. Boasting a sunshine record to rival anywhere in Europe the omnipresent sea breezes serve to temper the heat and ensure that even at the hottest times of the year comfort levels remain high.
To write a brief description of the Costa de la Luz and mention only the wonderful beaches would be a grave injustice as the region boasts a wealth of attractions just waiting to be discovered. Nature lovers will find some of the finest natural parks in Europe right on their doorstep.
- pets not allowed
- non smoking only
- Long-term Renters Welcome
- suitable for elderly or infirm
- children welcome
Guestbook comments from the owner
Perfect villa for a family. Have enjoyed the local scenery and food and drink. thank you for a comfortable stay.