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Sleeps
6, 8 or 10
Bedrooms
3, 4 or 5
Location
Arcos, Los Pueblos Blancos
Pool
private (12.5 m x 6.5 m)
Price
from 850€ to 2,210€

This immaculately restored water mill is one of the most delightful holiday properties in Andalucía. Lawned gardens, an irresistible pool, trees, birdsong … there's even a huge duck pond, too. Inside, it's all about real Andaluz tradition, taste and style.

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Sleeps
6 or 8
Bedrooms
3 or 4
Location
Gaucín, Ronda Mountains
Pool
private (9 m x 6 m)
Price
from 1,760€ to 3,490€

Wonderful views, the peace and quiet of the countryside, genuine rural charm, this delightful old farmhouse is a real gem! Tastefully refurbished over the years, it provides all the comforts of home yet remains what it has always been, an authentic farmhouse full of rustic joy.

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Sleeps
6 or 8
Bedrooms
3
Location
Ronda, Ronda Mountains
Pool
private (12m x 6m, 2m max depth)
Price
from 2,130€ to 2,490€

With a full size tennis court, sparkling pool and three hole practice golf course literally in your garden, this villa is ideal for the full family seeking a sporting holiday. But add to this the beautiful house and the proximity to Ronda and you have everything you need for a great break away.

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Sleeps
6
Bedrooms
3
Location
Casares, Western Costa del Sol
Pool
private (10 m x 5 m, 1.0 m - 2.0 m deep)
Price
from 750€ to 1,660€

In an area which is usually famous for its luxury villas, this traditional farmhouse is an unusually rare find. Rustic and completely authentic, it has one of the finest locations in all Andalucia. It was originally rediscovered by a Canadian painter in the 60's and you can see why he chose this enclave to be his sanctuary.

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