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

Churriana is one of Malaga’s ten districts and is often referred to as District 8. It is a pretty town in its own right with narrow streets of old Spanish houses running down towards the sea. This area of the Guadalhorce Valley has long been an agricultural area and citrus trees and olive groves still surround the area.

Things to Do in Churriana, Andalusia

Churriana holiday rentals are ideally located for shopping, nightlife and the enjoying the beaches around Malaga. Sunbathing, swimming in the clean Blue Flag waters, boat trips, diving and other watersports are all easily available in the area. Take in the local historic highlights from your Churriana holiday rental which include the 19th century La Consula Mansion in beautiful grounds. Although it is now home to the Malaga School of Catering, the grounds are a public park. The San Antonio Abad Church and the 18th century Arcos de Zapata aqueduct add to the charm of the area. Other things to do include sampling the local food and drink, hiking, cycling and scenic drives into the nearby mountains.

Places to Visit Around Churriana, Andalusia

Malaga has a fascinating history and offers plenty of places to visit. See the old fishermen’s cottages at El Palo and the lighthouse, now the iconic symbol of the city. The Old Centre of Malaga includes the imposing Cathedral, the Nazari Gibralfaro Castle and Alcazaba Fortress and the Roman Theatre. Nearby is the Plaza de la Merced where the artist Picasso was born. Malaga is also home to a number of interesting churches including St. John's, St. James', St. Domingo's, St. Augustine's Convent and the Episcopal Palace. The civil buildings such as the Count of Buenavista's Palace and the Consulate House are also worth a visit. Further afield, the gorge of Ronda is an impressive sight and the Alhambra Palace at Granada is definitely worth the drive.

Weather in Churriana, Costa del Sol

Holiday villas in Churriana enjoy hot sunny summers and mild showery winters. From October to March temperatures range between 17-21°C (63-70°F) making it ideal for winter breaks. During the summer, temperatures are from 21-30°C (70-86°F) and there is very little rainfall. The maximum rainfall is in the winter, particularly in December, which has around 121mm (5 inches).

Travel to Churriana, Costa del Sol

Churriana holiday villas are conveniently located just 8 km from Malaga Pablo Picasso (AGP) Airport. The airport is served by many budget airlines including Ryanair, easyJet, First Choice, BMI and Jet2 making it cheap and easy to reach from all over Europe. Visitors staying in Churriana will find it easy to explore the Malaga area on foot or by local bus but a hire car is useful for exploring more remote inland areas.

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Recent Reviews

Holiday Away From the Tourist Areas

5 of 5
Just coming to the end of a great three week stay. The accommodation is fairly basic but comfortable, with a kitchen, living area with TV, two bedrooms and a shower room, and is a good base for exploring the area. There is a large garden, a small enclosed patio area shaded by lemon and orange trees, a number of other patio areas to sit on and a good pool. The owner, Dave, and his very friendly dog, Sam, live next door and Dave is very friendly and helpful if you need anything. The area appears to have a mainly Spanish population with few tourists evident, this does mean that things, like restaurant opening times, reflect local lifestyles (20:30). If you do not want to use a car, and you don't mind walking, the facilities, such as supermarkets and local restaurants, and open countryside are a reasonable walk away, and if you are keen you can walk into Torremolinos, as we did on a number of ocassions, although we did get a taxi back a couple of times. There are also two railway stations within a 25 minute walk, or you can drive, that will take you to Malaga, or Torremolinos and on to Fuengirola, in the opposite direction. If this is your type of holiday we can recommend it.
  • Review Submitted: May 17, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Apr 2017

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If you want a quiet stay away from the city and close to the beach, then you should choose this apartment. Paseo Maritimo in Torremolinos is only a short walk away. Nice garden with swimmingpool to be shared (but it was closed in april) and safe parking lot-residents only. The contact person was very nice and understanding. The apartment was not clean at all, grey dust in bedrooms, sand all over the floors. The kitchen is well equiped but plates, cups, pots and pans had to be washed first. Fridge was old, noisy and dirty. The terrace is not really a terrace, you can sit outside on a chair and that's it. We couldn't sit in the garden because it was closed. Malaga is a great city, we spend a lot of time over there because the apartment was a disapointment.
  • Review Submitted: Apr 18, 2015
  • Date of Stay: Apr 2015