Holiday villas in Andalucia, Spain
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- Villamartin, Los Pueblos Blancos
- private (11 m x 6 m, 2.0 - 1.2 m deep)
This Cortijo feels authentically andaluz, a modern take on the traditional cortijo theme with bedrooms and living spaces wrapped around a flagged, inner courtyard. This is a big, big house with five metre-high ceilings in its sitting/dining room and kitchen adding further to that glorious sense of space.
- Vejer, Costa de la Luz
- private (15m x 6m & child's area)
- from 5,760€ to 6,900€
Holiday villas don't come any more special than this! No expense has been spared in converting this impressive hacienda into a luxury villa of the very highest quality. It combines the very best in modern comfort with inherent Spanish charm.
- Gaucín, Ronda Mountains
- private (12.5 m x 3.5 m, 1.2 - 2.5 m)
- from 2,680€ to 4,680€
From the moment you walk through the front door you realise this is not a regular holiday home. The understated style and comfort is unbeatable, every detail has been carefully considered. This truly superb villa is set in seven acres of natural parkland with views to the Gibraltar Straits and Africa beyond.
- 12 + 6
- 6 + 3
- Casares, Western Costa del Sol
- private (10 m x 10 m, 1.5 m)
- from 6,250€ to 9,450€
The owners bought the house in 2007 and since then, they have completely renovated it to be a house of superb quality and style. With the addition of the river apartment, a guest cottage, indoor and outdoor heated pools and a jacuzzi, this is a property that is lacking for nothing.
- 10 to 18
- 5 to 9
- Cájar, Granada
- private (20m x 11m; 2.30m - 3.30m)
- from 1,980€ to 4,540€
This impressive two-storey house, Arabic in origin, can be traced back to 1542 when it belonged to the ancestors of the present family. Grandiose both inside and out, with a spectacular pool, which is claimed to be one of the first swimming pools in Granada!