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ZX 22

4 bedrooms, sleeps 8

Contemporary style surrounded by natural beauty

With panoramic views to the mountains, the sea and a sparkling lake, with an interior that is sophisticated yet relaxing, this house is in a class of its own.

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Review Icon"We have just returned from our holiday at ZX22 yesterday and wanted to thank you very much for such a wonderful time! The villa was fantastic! It had everything that we wanted and was really well equipped. The owner has designed the place with a lot of thought and taste – it had a lovely atmosphere, and this made for a very relaxing holiday. Please let the owner know we appreciated all the special touches, and no matter what we needed – it was there! All the staff that helped us with our holiday from start to finish have been so helpful – thank you! "

Previous Guest (Aug 2015)

Review Icon"It is a great place and we would definitely recommend it to others. We enjoyed its peaceful location and especially the very well-equipped kitchen. Our favourite was definitely the pool: good size, chlorine free and with splendid views. "

Previous Guest

Review Icon"Thank you for a wonderful week. It is a beautiful home with stunning views over the lake and mountains. Great escape!"

Previous Guest

Review Icon"I always like to return here to take a break from work and relax with friends. I'll definitely be back next year. "

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Four (three doubles - main house, one twin - separate suite).

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Private swimming pool

13 m x 2.5 - 5 m, 1.6 m deep.

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In open countryside, 2 km from Periana, in La Axarquía region (Province of Málaga).

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From 1,880 € to 3,130 € per week.

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Villa Description

Light just floods in

Sunlight streams into the whole house, splashes up the high ceilings and bathes everything in a golden glow.

Not far from the town of Periana and on the shores of Lake Viñuela is a church which is not all that it seems. The church that we are talking about has been converted into a luxury villa, owned by a sculptor who seeks perfection in her art and her interior design.

The house has an interesting history. Not only was it a church on Sundays, it was used as a primary school on weekdays. But from being an old community building of the past, times have changed. Furnished with designer pieces, innovative details and state of the art comfort, it's now a totally modern and stylish home.

The monochrome decor of the house is simple and clean. With its glass walls and high ceilings, on paper it could sound stark. But it's not, it's light, bright and welcoming. With 360 degree views of the surrounding countryside, it really is a beautiful place to spend time in.

Come and go as you please

The house has the benefit of a separate double bedroom suite attached to, but apart from, the main house.

With an easy journey from the coast road, the villa is located on the shores of Lake Viñuela. The short track off the main road is flat and navigable for an ordinary hire care although somewhat bumpy in places.

There is plenty of parking for at least 4 cars in a circular paved area in front of the house and behind the property’s electrically operated gate.

The house is built all on one level with a separate, double bedroom suite attached as an annexe. This annexe has its own entrance, ideal for friends or relatives who wish to come and go independently. The bedroom with twin beds, has a lounge area with two armchairs and woodburning stove. It has the benefit of air conditioning and electric heating. The bathroom has a walk-in shower, toilet and twin sinks all decorated in smart black and white.

Feast your eyes and feed your soul

Relax and just drink in the views all around. Pure therapy for mind and body.

Wherever you turn is a breathtaking view of natural beauty. To the south is the Mediterranean sea, to the east is the peak of La Maroma and right in front of you is the reservoir-lake Embalse de Viñuela. A garden terrace runs around the house, wherever you sit you can drink in the views of the mountains, sea or the lake.

Outside the kitchen, on the southern terrace, overlooking the lake are two sofas and cushioned arm chairs. This ensemble is shaded by a contemporary flat parasol that works on a magnet system. It's ergonomically designed to give maximum, directable shade with minimum effort. Or, for more natural shade, move the chairs under the picturesque green branches of the big 'false pepper' tree close by. On the same terrace there is an outside dining table with a remote controlled electric sun shade to provide a pleasant environment for a morning coffee or a late lunch.

Steps down from this lake terrace lead to the petanque court and another terrace, the 'Zen' terrace. Ideal for meditation or just straightforward lolling around in the sun, a platform lounger-bed is provided for this (non) activity. An important word about the state of the art music system .... The house has a Sonos multi-sound system which allows music from the radio/your own iPad  to reach each designated terrace or room. With this system, you can have the musical entertainment you want, where you want, for maximum enjoyment of your holiday time.

Thoughtful touches like lightweight blankets for sitting outdoors at night (perhaps not necessary in summer, but ideal for later in the year), are available in the wardrobe area leading into the master bedroom. If a breeze blows from the lake, hooks have been fitted on the doors to keep them open and stop them banging in the wind.

The lake terrace does have a steep drop and that is why we don't recommend this property for guests with young children.

On the other side of the house, the Peak of La Maroma ('the Rope') dominates the horizon, with the sierras of Zafarraya and the Parque Natural de Tejeda rising up to the east. This is the wonderful view you get from the pool and master bedroom. There is an east-facing dining terrace, perfect for sunny breakfasts. (If you want to increase the size of the breakfast table, there is an extension for it in the adjacent store room.)

When entering the house for the first time, the entrance hall instantly gives you a little taste of the villa themes: light and space and uncluttered style. Recent guests summed it up with this feedback...

"The villa location is simply stunning, high up with an almost 360 degree panorama of lakes, mountains and pueblo blancos. The villa itself is a delight, very contemporary with delightful views from every room and tastefully furnished with modern furniture and works of art in every room. We were all impressed with the Sonos sound system and we hope we didn't disturb the neighbours!"

Bright white with accents of colour

The white interior is enhanced by the palette outside. The blue sky and silver-green olive trees are natural paintings.

The purity and brightness when entering this house are striking. White, white white is everywhere and artful touches of colour only accentuate the pristine decor. Some walls are glass, designed to let in maximum light and the spectacular views over the lake. From the entrance hall, carry on into the main living area. The first thing to catch your eye is a high planter by Jean Marie Massaud. Set in this vast space with its high ceiling, the planter is a work of art in its own right.

One wall is dominated by a beamer projection screen system surrounded by two white leather sofas (one seats two, the other seats four). Overhanging the sofas is a freestanding arm lamp. A Barcelona chair by Mies van der Rohe completes the scene. The focus of the seating arrangement is the beamer and glass-fronted open fire.

Supper at sunset

With dining terraces to the east and west, breakfast, lunch and dinner can follow the sun.

Leading off the living space are the kitchen and dining areas. The kitchen has sleek lines and all the best equipment. You'll find an induction hob with two ovens (one normal, one normal combined with microwave) lots of pots and pans, and a DeLonghi coffee machine. Plenty of crockery and cutlery is provided, including glasses (stylish plastic) for outside use in the pool area.

The kitchen and the two bedrooms on this side of the house have marvellous evening sunset views over the lake.

The focal point of the dining area is the Jean Marie Massaud glass lamp above the Jean Nouvel dining table (which seats eight). More of an installation than a functional piece, Murano glass has been reformed from broken chandeliers to create a new light fitting. In effect, a modern chandelier has been crafted out of old.

Cool pool

The wonderful pool has views to the mountains and the sea. With your own state of the art sounds available on the terrace, why go anywhere else?

At one end of the dining area is an innovative partition designed by the owner. The asymmetric doors of this room-divider cleverly hide a storage area for all the table linen and blankets for use on the terrace. Through this partition is the beautiful master bedroom.

The master bedroom has a super-kingsize bed and dressing room with a full length mirror. Wanting the quietest ceiling fans available, the owner has had all the bedroom fans brought over from Italy to ensure utter hush. The en suite bathroom has a bath tub as well as a walk-in shower cubicle. There are twin basins under a well lit, full wall mirror. The bedroom is dominated by the panoramic views of the mountain range in the east.

Off the living area is another double bedroom and although the smallest of the bedrooms it's by no means small. It more than makes up for its smaller size by having two, full length glass walls with amazing views across the lake. A driftwood piece of artwork above the bed breaks up the stylish decor of grey and white. The en suite facilities consist of a bath tub and shower over the bath with a fully lit mirror above the sink. All the bathroom fittings are in a contemporary style.

The pool terrace features a venerable olive tree which offers shade and beauty. The sculptured figure to the side of the pool is one of the owner's own works, adding a unique touch to an already unique pool. The long, trapezoid-shaped pool has an electric cover so at the press of a button, it can be closed to conserve the heat it's gained in the day. The terrace has its own bathroom with toilet and sink as well as a poolside shower. The pool runs on a salt filtration system and access is by way of shallow steps. Sunloungers and parasols are provided along with pool towels, table and chairs. As described earlier, the house comes complete with a programmable sound system so you can listen to your own music on this terrace while admiring the views of La Maroma and the sea.

Bathing has been enjoyed around here since ancient times. A couple of kilometres from Periana are the springs of Baños de Vilo. Thought to be of Roman origin, they were in use during the middle ages and served as an important spa in the 18th century. The baths are undergoing renovation and if you are brave enough you can take a dip in the sulphurous water. The springs are a constant 21c all year round and the water is meant to be particularly good for skin complaints.

An office you won't want to leave

With a fast internet connection and office facilities at hand, if you really have to work, this is the place to do it!

To the left of the entrance hall is the office which has a desk, and a printer for guests to use should they wish to work during their stay. There is good Wifi coverage and big windows for plenty of light. The sculpted busts dotted around are the owner's professional work. With a glass-fronted woodburner you'll work in comfort and style.

Off the living area are two doors housing respectively the twin Bosch fridge freezers and a laundry room with the tumbledryer and washing machine.

"The villa was the best equipped we have stayed at with every conceivable appliance and utensil."

Serene and restful

The big windows all have heavy curtains so you don't have to wake up with the sun unless you really want to.

To the right of the entrance hall is another double bedroom, its two glass walls give expansive views of the lake. All the bedlinen in this villa is of crisp, high quality cotton, guaranteeing a good night's sleep.

The en suite bathroom to this bedroom has black and white animal-print tiles as a border and the whole effect is funky and fun. The bathroom has a full bath with a shower over the tub, heated towel rail, twin sinks and a large mirror well-lit for perfect make up and shaving. Every bathroom in the house has two fluffy bathrobes and a hairdryer.

Thought and care has been given to give guests the very best here. Lots of little details add up to make this villa a memorable holiday experience. The owner loves her house and the Axarquía area and she hopes you will love it too.

Step out of the modern, into traditional Spain

Sample the traditional delights of Spain, the best souvenirs are happy memories.

The typically Spanish town of Periana is only two minutes' drive up the road. As well as having restaurants, bars, shops and banks, conveniently to hand, it offers a glimpse of real Spanish life away from the more touristy areas. That said, the beaches of the Costa Tropical and Costa del Sol are only half an hour's drive away, but inland life goes at a different pace and with a totally different outlook.

Periana, like many towns and villages in this region, has strong Moorish roots easily recognised by its architecture of whitewashed buildings and narrow streets. The Arabic influence continues in its living roots you could say, with the crops of oranges, lemons, avocados, peaches, pomegranates all still being harvested today. The locality is famous for its peaches and superior quality olive oil, both fruit being honoured in the best possible way, by each having its own party day in the Periana calendar. The Festival of Green Olives is held mid-March to celebrate the end of the harvest and the Peach Fair is always at the end of August.

Another party to try and catch is the Fiesta of San Isidro. This fiesta takes place mid-May for the feast day of Periana's patron saint. San Isidro el Labrador (the Labourer) is an apt patron for this agricultural community, he's the saint of farmers and rural communities.

Spanish village fiestas usually stretch over a weekend and are full of fun, with dancing, music and shows going on into the early hours. The Spanish stamina for partying, young and old, has to be witnessed to be believed.

Fresh fruit and vegetables feature in many local dishes, particularly soups and salads. Sopa cachorreña is a spicy soup made with sour oranges, ajoblanco is a very tasty garlic and almond soup typical of Málaga province. As in many mountainous areas, goats are important livestock both for their meat and milk. Local cheeses are delicious drizzled with that famous olive oil and a glass of vino tinto.

Of course if you head to the coast, it's the seafood which has to be sampled. Little beach cafes, chiringuitos, serve grilled sardines on fires made in rowing boats filled with sand. The sardines are as fresh as can be, with just a twist of lemon, they are simple and delicious.

There's plenty to see and do around the region. Head further inland to explore other pretty villages around Lake Viñuela or take in typical Spanish baroque architecture in the towns of Archidona or Antequera. Granada itself is a 'must do' day trip, be sure to reserve your tickets for the Alhambra in advance.

A day trip to the lovely beach town of Nerja combines the sea, shopping and the impressive underground caves: Cuevas de Nerja. The huge caverns, dripping with stalactites are fantastic. The Balcon de Europa is a beautiful beachfront promenade, stay out there until the early hours with the rest of Nerja, drinking wine, eating ice creams and generally watching the Mediterranean world go by.

Villa Details

The Villa in Detail

All the facts and features about this villa


All on one floor (there are steps down to the Zen terrace and petanque court)

  • Entrance hall
  • Living area (with French doors to the mountain view terrace)
  • Dining area
  • Kitchen (with doors to the lake view terrace)
  • 4 bedrooms :
    • (1) Master bedroom with a super king-size double, en suite bathroom (walk-in shower and full bath tub)
    • (2) King size double bed with en suite bathroom (bath tub with shower over).
    • (3) King size double bed with en suite bathroom (bath tub with shower over and twin basins)
    • (4) This bedroom is a suite, attached to but separate from the house comprising two single beds which can be combined into a double king size if required. With en-suite bathroom (walk-in shower and twin sinks)
  • Study
  • Laundry room
  • Fridge freezer/ store room
  • Sunny 'Zen' terrace with lake views (accessed by a flight of stairs from the house)
  • Various sunny and shaded, furnished terraces including the kitchen dining terrace, a front terrace, pool dining area and pool terrace
  • Petanque court (accessed by a flight of stairs from the house)
  • Gardens and grounds (1600 m2)



  • Beamer projector for satellite Television, DVD and CD
  • Sonos Music System which allows music from radio, Ipad, Laptop, Television or DVD to be piped to designated terrace or/and the living room (not all the rooms)
  • Ipod jack or wireless connection to the Sonos Music System (You can download the Sono App to your phone to control the system)
  • Books and DVDs (various languages so you might want to bring your own as well)
  • WiFi Internet (bring your own laptop) and office printer


  • Glass fronted woodburners in the living room, study and annexe suite
  • 3 zone underfloor heating (oil fired boiler in basement)
  • Silent ceiling fans in all rooms (except the living room)
  • Washing machine and tumble dryer, iron and board
  • All linen is provided including pool towels
  • Hair dryer in each bathroom


  • Double electric oven (one conventional, the other combined with a microwave)
  • Extra wide 4 ring Induction hob
  • Bosch fridge / freezer (housed in a separate pantry area)
  • Dishwasher
  • Toaster, juicer, kettle, DeLonghi coffee machine
  • Cooking utensils, cutlery, crockery (including stylish plastic table ware for use by the pool)


  • Filtered salt-water (no chlorine) swimming pool (trapezoid shape, approx. 13 m x 2.5 - 5.5 m, 1.6 m deep) with night lighting
  • Pool terrace with sun beds and night lighting
  • Outdoor dining and garden furniture
  • Barbecue (Weber) with gas burner and cooking ring
  • Petanque
  • Parking for 4 cars


The property is available for rental from the beginning of May to mid November each year.

The swimming pool will be open throughout this period and as it is heated with solar panels, should be usable throughout.

The house is also available for Christmas and Easter weeks.

No pets please.

Please, no smoking in the house.

The pool is cleaned fortnightly as it is covered at night.

Because of the unfenced, steep drop down from the garden terrace(s) and swimming pool, this property is not suitable for children under nine years old. Also, a non-responsibility of the owner clause has to be signed a couple weeks before arrive. Babies under 6 months are welcome.

Please note that the latest arrival time for this property is 9.30pm.

Rentals for this property normally run from Saturday to Saturday.


A welcome pack is provided on arrival (1 bottle cava, 1 bottle wine, 1 bottle water, coffee & tea.)

Cleaning Charges: This property has a final cleaning charge of 150€ for weekly bookings and 225€ for fortnightly bookings. This is paid locally on your arrival.

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Prices and Seasons

ZX 22

2019 Season Dates Week Fortnight
5th January to 15th March N/A N/A
16th March to 12th April 1,750 € 3,500 €
13th April to 21nd June 2,000 € 4,000 €
22nd June to 30th August 2,750 € 5,500 €
31st August to 27th September 2,000 € 4,000 €
28th September to 25th October 1,750 € 3,500 €
26th October to 13th December N/A N/A
14th December to 3th January 2020 2,750 € 5,500 €

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2020 Season Dates Week Fortnight
Prices Pending --- ---


The house is winter ready although the pool is not available during Christmas bookings.

Cleaning Charges: This property has a final cleaning charge of 150€ for weekly bookings and 225€ for fortnightly bookings. This is paid locally on your arrival.

Security Deposit

A 950 Euro security deposit is required on each booking. This is held against your credit or debit card and will be cancelled one week after your holiday, subject to any reductions for breakages or damage. See Terms and Conditions for full details.

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Villa Location

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In open countryside, 2 km from Periana (basic facilities) in La Axarquía region (Province of Málaga)


1km on a flat track (in reasonable condition easily negotiable in an ordinary car with due care) from the main A 7204 road to Periana in La Axarquía region (Province of Málaga).

Periana (basic facilities, bars, restaurants etc) 5-10 mins; Venta de Zafarraya (basic facilities, bars, restaurants etc) 20 mins

Alhama de Granada (most facilities) 30 mins; Vélez Málaga (all facilities) 40 mins.

Torre del Mar (and Mediterranean beaches) 30 mins; Nerja 40 mins; Málaga 1 hr; Antequera 1 hr; Marbella 1½ hrs.

Granada 1¼ hrs; Córdoba 2 hrs; Sevilla 2½ hrs.

Nearest Airports

Málaga 1 hr; Granada 1¼ hrs; Sevilla 2½ hrs.

See our Links Page for web sites of airlines traveling to Andalucia from the UK.

Around and About

This is an excellent base from which to explore this delightful and very beautiful part of Andalucía.


  • Alcaucín is a pretty, typically Moorish village situated on the lower western slope of La Maroma in the Sierra Tejeda mountain range. Here you will find a few small supermarkets and three or four excellent bars. The food is particularly good at Carlos's (El Ranche Grande) at the front of the village. On Saturday morning there is a small market in the village selling great fruit and veg.
  • An interesting feature nearby is the enormous U-shaped pass through the mountains, known as El Boquete de Zafarraya. The road from the coast to Granada runs through the dramatic gap. At the apex is the border between the two provinces.
  • There are various prehistoric sites in the municipal area of Alcaucin, including a cave near to El Boquete de Zafarraya where the remains of a Neanderthal Man were found. Also nearby is the Castle Zalía of Phoenician origin, later used as a fortress by the Moors.
  • From the village you can drive into the Parque Natural of the Sierra Tejeda. This is a wonderful drive and a place that stays cool throughout the summer under the shade of its abundant trees. Take a picnic, walk through the forest, paddle in the river.
  • Periana (equally close in the opposite direction) is another pretty village with stunning all-round views located on the scenic 'Route of Olive Oil and Mountains'. To the north there are fabulous mountain ranges, whilst to the south there is Lake Viñuela and the coastline. Here too there are a number of bar/restaurants and small supermarkets. Market day is Wednesday.
  • Just 10 minutes from the house, Lake Vinuela is a man-made lake but none the less spectacular and picturesque for this. Its azure-blue waters are surrounded by rolling hills and a number of delightful villages including Canillas de Aceituno, and Riogordo. Close by, the villages of Comares, Competa and Benamargosa are equally charming.
  • Pretty beaches make this the ideal place for a family outing, away from the nearby, busy coastline. Pine trees add to the sense of tranquillity and the feeling of being at one with nature, while they provide the perfect habitat for many different species of birds.
  • Picnic areas have been set out, complete with barbeque facilities, offering splendid views across the placid waters. They are only occasionally disturbed by small boats, which add a fitting splash of colour to the surroundings. All of this set against the majestic backdrop of the nearby mountains.
  • Torre del Mar is the closest seaside resort and boasts one of the longest, and certainly one of the widest, beaches on the coast. Running parallel to its 4 kilometres of sandy beach is a splendid promenade with a wide walking area, cycle lane, grassy areas, play areas for children and, of course, numerous restaurants (including some excellent fresh fish and seafood), chiringuitos (beach bars) and other watering holes. It is very Spanish in character although, as with most places these days, you will find quite an eclectic mix of bars and restaurants. For the young at heart, there's plenty of night-long, night life too.
  • The esplanade extends all the way to the fishing port and marina at La Caleta de Velez. This area has not yet been developed and it remains very much a working port.
  • Nerja is a little further east along the coast. Much more "international" with a strong British presence (you can have a curry here ... ) it boasts 16 kilometres of beaches with powdery sand and sparkling clear water.
  • Flanked by a dramatic mountain range, Sierra Almijara, to the east, the town has managed to avoid being blighted by the concrete high-rise scenario and tourist boom in some Costa del Sol resorts. The old quarter of the town is still virtually unchanged from its sleepy fishing village days of old with narrow, winding streets, its whitewashed houses overflowing with geraniums.
  • The heart of Nerja is its spectacular Balcón de Europa, a magnificent promenade along the edge of a towering cliff, with sweeping panoramic views of the Mediterranean and the small coves and beaches below, against an awesome backdrop of hazy blue mountains.
  • However, Nerja's most spectacular attraction is undoubtedly its magnificent caves - a series of huge caverns stretching for almost five kilometres and home to the world’s largest stalagmite, a 32 metre high column measuring 13 metres by 7 metres at its base. Located three kilometres out of town there are archaeological treasures galore including paintings over 20,000 years old and other pre-historic remains.
  • One of the enormous natural caverns has been transformed into a concert hall, where many fabulous performances (classical and flamenco) are staged during the summer. The International Festival of Music and Dance takes place in mid July each year.
  • Just inland from Torre del Mar is Vélez-Málaga, capital of La Axarquía. It is the centre of an agricultural region known for its strawberries and vineyards, which produce the muscatel grapes from which the famous Málaga wines are made.
  • If you are here on a Thursday, take time to wander around its weekly market, always an enjoyable experience. The 13th Century Moorish castle and the lovely old town are also worth visiting.
  • A prestigious guitar competition takes place annually in July with free concerts taking place on the patio of the Palacio del Marqués de Beniel. More controversially, Vélez also holds legalised cock-fighting every Sunday when crowds of aficionados arrive to place their bets.
  • To the north, the historic town of Alhama de Granada is only 20 minutes inland - with its famous hot springs, cobbled streets, old churches, medieval architecture and a breathtaking gorge.
  • And beyond, Granada is, of course, a must-see city. Soaring high above is the spectacular back drop of the snow-covered Sierra Nevada mountains. And what a city lies below, a city of classical beauty, the jewel in the Spanish Crown.
  • The mesmerising Alhambra Palace and its exquisite gardens, one of the world's greatest wonders; the narrow, cobbled streets and beautiful walled gardens of the ancient Arab quarter, El Albaicín; the magnificent Cathedral, just one of many superb examples of Renaissance architecture; the caves of Sacramonte, nostalgic legacy of the gypsies.
  • A city which inspired García Lorca, Andalucía's finest poet, it is, above all, a people's city, full of life and colour, energy and fun.


  • There are many sporting activities on offer around the shores of Lake Viñuela, including sailing and kayaking, horse riding, golf, hang gliding, mountain biking and walking. In the main these activities are offered by enterprising Brit's and other Europeans who have settled in the area.
  • La Sierra de Tejeda which rises up above 2,000 metres, offers a wealth of wonderful nature and walking possibilities. So, too, does the Montes de Málaga.
  • The water park just by Torre del Mar is a great day trip. Sailing, scuba diving, boat trips and a variety of other watersports are available at the fishing port and marina, La Caleta de Velez. All major water sports are also available in Nerja including water skiing, scuba diving and sailing.
  • For golf enthusiasts, there are several excellent golf courses to choose from. Many speak highly of the course at Antequera (an hour away) although there are plenty of others closer by.

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