Large luxury villa, 14 people (6 bedrooms)
Perfect for 2 or 3 families
Panoramic sea view, private pool, near beach, quiet area, spacious rooms
The house is rented from Saturday to Saturday.
It is located in La Herradura, Costa Tropical, Andalusia
Family Villa: 6 bedrooms, 6 bathrooms.
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South-west facing, swimming pool, 320m2 of living space, 3 master suites, 2 double bedrooms, a children's room with 3 bunk beds, 6 bathrooms, 200m2 terrace, swimming pool with a 2nd terrace, 5 minutes drive from the beach and a marina.
Spectacular views of the Mediterranean, breathtaking sunsets, the house enjoys a quiet and relaxing environment. A large living room with views to the sea, with a large bay window 5m. The rooms are very spacious with sea views. An exceptional terrace by its size and its point of view. A spacious fully equipped kitchen. The Costa Tropical is the sunniest part of Europe. Many possible activities around - beach, water sports, tennis ... Marina Almunecar is a 5-minute drive away.
6 bedrooms, 14 people - Max 10 adults:
Bedroom 1: Master bedroom, 60m² - large double bed - bathroom, WC, TV, CD - Sea View
Bedroom 2: Master Bedroom - Large Double Bed - Bathroom, Toilet Sea View
Bedroom 3: Master Bedroom - Queen - WC Bathroom - Sea View
Bedroom 4: Bedroom - 2 Single Beds or Double Bed - Sea View
Bedroom 5: Children's room - 3 bunk beds of 3 beds each - Sea View - children love this room !!!
Bedroom 6: 2 single beds or double bed and bathroom
Bathroom 1 of the master suite 1: walk-in shower, jacuzzi, WC
Bathroom 2 of the master suite 2: shower, WC
Bathroom 3 of the master suite 3: shower, WC
Bathroom 4: shower and toilet for rooms 3, 4, 5
Bathroom 5: shower and toilet for rooms 3, 4, 5
Bathroom in bedroom 6 - has a shower
Parking for 2 or 3 cars
ADSL WIFI Internet access in all rooms.
2 TV + DVD player.
cooker / oven / fridge / freezer / microwave / dishwasher washing machine iron / ironing board.
The beautiful bay of La Herradura, with its nearby town of Almuñecar, is the tourist capital of the Costa Tropical. It belongs to the province of Granada in Andalusia; located between the Costa del Sol, to the west, and Costa Almeria to the east.
The Herradura is one of the most attractive bays along the southern coast of Spain, with two large natural promontories, Punta de la Mona and Cerro Gordo, protecting a long, two-kilometer long sandy beach.
About the village
The village itself is located east of the bay; it is a typical Andalusian village of whitewashed houses, sitting on a gentle slope leading to the beach.
The village offers shops, bars and restaurants. Going down to the beach, there is a beautiful promenade that runs the length of the bay. Perfect for a walk in the early evening before dinner, and watch the sun go down.
The Sierra Nevada mountain range, which has the highest peak in continental Spain, forms a natural barrier that protects the coast from the currents of northern Europe, while Africa, to the south, helps cushion adverse effects of the Mediterranean and the Atlantic. The presence of the sea limits the heat in the summer. The climate of the Costa Tropical is considered the sunniest climate in Europe
The Herradura has a fine sandy beach, which stretches for 2 kilometers, and around this beach, there are 19 kilometers of rugged, beautiful coastline, with a variety of beaches, long rocky shores of great beauty, small creeks.
Water sports are very popular and there are many companies offering different types of courses and rental of sailboats, motor boats, kayaks, etc ... The divers will find here the best underwater spots, all the Spanish coast: marine reserve which is home to a huge variety of fish and other marine life.
From home, you can almost touch Africa. This unique point of view is what gives the Costa Tropical its geography and climate so special, so different from any other coastline in southern Spain. The rugged hills rise abruptly from valleys or dramatically plunge into the sea. The hills provide a perfect ground for almonds, avocados and mangos. The great Sierra Nevada is visible, sometimes snowy, and overlooks this beautiful coast still unknown.