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Make a self catering villa or holiday rental in Cadiar, Spain your home away from home

Cadiar is situated on the banks of the River Guadalfeo in a quiet and isolated area of the majestic Sierra Nevada Mountains. The lower town, or Barrio Bajo, has quaint architecture in the local Alpujarra style. It has an interesting Moorish history before finally being settled by immigrants to the area from Galicia, Leon and Castilla, introducing their own culture and gastronomic influences. Currently the town has around 1000 inhabitants.

Things to Do in Cadiar, Andalusia

Cadiar is a great centre for activities and is particularly popular with British expats. The Sierra Nevada offers skiing and snowsports in the winter and hiking and trekking through the forest in the summer. The Costa Tropical area around your Cadiar holiday rental is ideal for sunbathing, ambling around historic places, cycling, taking wine tours or spotting many types of flora and fauna. The nearest beach is Rabita Beach, about 35 minutes by car where swimming, sunbathing and watersports can be enjoyed. After dark, Cadiar has some small bars for martinis but there are no nightclubs as such.

Places to Visit Around Cadiar, Andalusia

The highlight in Cadiar is the Renaissance style Parish Church of the Incarnation which was built in the 16th century along with the Ermita de San Blas Convent which has a wonderful bell tower. The Farmhouse of Moyrama is a popular town attraction which houses a museum and library. Granada is a must-see city of historic splendour and grand architecture. It is a 96km drive from holiday rentals in Cadiar. The highlight is the Alhambra citadel and fortress built on top of the cliff above the town. It still has its thick walls and beautiful gardens. Tours offer an insight into the history of this former Moorish stronghold.

Weather in Cadiar, Granada

Holiday villas in Cadiar enjoy a sub-tropical climate as the Costa Tropical name suggests. From October to March temperatures hover between 17-21°C (63-70°F). From April to September temperatures are 21-30°C (70-86°F). The maximum rainfall is in the winter, particularly in December which has 121mm (5 inches). There is no rain at all during June, July and August.

Travel to Cadiar, Granada

The nearest airport to Cadiar holiday rentals is Granada (GRX) Airport which is about 110km away. However it only has internal flights from Madrid. Almeria (LEI) Airport is around 119 km drive away. The airport is located about 10 km east of Almeria city centre and is served by easyJet, BMI Baby, Monarch and Ryanair. They fly into Almeria airport daily and offer cheap flights from the UK. A third option is Malaga (AGP) Airport at 160 km which is served by many low cost airlines from all over Europe. A hire car is essential to reach the Granada province and explore the area.

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Beautiful and idyllic location

5 of 5
Beautiful house which had everything we needed. Gardens are stunning, even saw a red squirrel whilst drinking coffee on the patio. Great views across the valley. Ideal location for circular walks.
  • Review Submitted: May 09, 2018
  • Date of Stay: Apr 2018

Beautiful secluded mill in quiet small valley in Alpujarra.

5 of 5
The Mill is a beautiful place, the facilities are excellent. The views from the balconies are breath-taking over the valley, the sun beats down on the balcony from mid-morning to late evening. The waterfall and the small burn are lovely and very soothing and refreshing. The overall feel of the place is serenity and peaceful, from the Mill the walks to Juviles and Alcutar are spectacular and not too taxing on the average walker. the route around El Fuerte and the return from Timor via the ruta Medieval is worth the effort. The Mill is very easy to find from Granada, the road although winding and in the mountains is very modern and very well maintained, from Granada there is not need to rush as the vistas and photograph points are worth stopping for. The local facilities are excellent although not always amenable when required most shops are closed during the afternoon opening at 5 to 6.00pm but it is deep in Spanish countryside where the pace of life is slower but very friendly. The approach to the Mill from the road is down a steep incline which needs to be traversed after parking your car. This may be a burden to elderly or the those who struggle with fitness but again this adds to the charm, as you descend this path it follows the waterfall and you are in reality descending through history as you approach the Mill. The owner Robin is a very nice, friendly person who makes you feel very welcome and is very approachable if any issues, question, surprises arise during the stay. He has also installed a very up to date wifi system which allays a lot of the teenage angst if you're bringing said creatures with you.. My recommendation would be to come see this place for the relaxation and access to the great walks and pace of life.. Paul & Saadia and teenagers Rafi, Arif and Farah
  • Review Submitted: Apr 10, 2018
  • Date of Stay: Mar 2018