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Make A Holiday Rental Apartment in Lebrija, Spain, Your Home Away From Home

Lebrija is set in the Seville Province, in Spain, and evidence of a Muslim past still remains in the architecture of some of the buildings in the old part, particularly the Moorish castle. The town itself has a population in access of 20,000 and so there is a fine selection of self catering accommodation in Lebrija on offer should you choose to take a vacation there. Well-equipped and maintained, a holiday rental apartment in Lebrija is a perfect base from which to explore this interesting region of Spain.

Things to Do on Holiday in Lebrija, Spain

The countryside around your holiday rental apartment in Lebrija lends itself to the enjoyment of many outdoor activities. Hiking, cycling and horseback riding can all be tried here. Heading north towards Seville, golfers can take their choice of several good courses, and heading to the west and south is the coast. Here, activities such as swimming, canoeing, Snorkelling, sailing, diving and, of course, sun bathing are ever popular.

Places to Visit on Holiday in Lebrija, Spain

By choosing a holiday in Lebrija, you are most likely to be the sort of person who is of an independent nature, and likes to get out and about to visit significant places. The use of a hire car will be essential for this, and having one, will open up an interesting area to be explored. A visit to the nearby Donana National Park is certainly recommended, where nature lovers will love to bird and animal watch. In fact, there are many areas in the marshlands which are near Lebrija which offer such opportunities. Driving north, you will come across the large city of Seville. Steeped in history and with fantastic architecture, it deserves at least one full day spent there. If you only visit two things whilst in Seville, make them the cathedral and the world famous Alcazar Palace. Driving south from your self catering accommodation in Lebrija, you will reach the coast and the city of Cadiz. A drive along the coastal route is definitely for you if you like vast stretches of picturesque beaches.

Weather in Lebrija, Spain

This area of Spain is popular with tourists because of its very moderate weather. There are 300 days of sunshine a year, and average yearly temperatures measure 17 degrees Celsius. The summer months are the most popular time to book a holiday rental apartment in Lebrija, with July and August being the peak months. Temperatures during this time regularly hit of 30 degrees at the hottest time of the day. During the winter months, temperatures between 14 and 20 degrees are to be expected. Watch out for January which is the rainiest month – with an average yearly figure of around 11 inches.

Travel to Lebrija, Spain

This area of Spain is relatively isolated, which of course adds to its appeal. The nearest airport is however just 30km away at Jerez. Jerez (XRY) is not a major airport, though, and so expect flights into here from budget carriers such as Ryanair who fly out from London Stansted (STN). For major airlines such as British Airways and BMI Baby, you would need to land at Malaga airport AGP) which is nearly 300km away.

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Absolute paradise!

5 of 5
We had already previously stayed with friends at this property for a few days so had some idea what to expect. What can I say! Everything about this beautiful house is perfect. We were a family group of mixed ages and everyone loved it and was sad to leave. The house is extremely well equipped and beautifully furnished and decorated, including personal items belonging to Avelina which was a nice touch. The bedrooms were lovely and comfortable and the view of the river and lake from upstairs is amazing. Outside, the terraces and plunge pool are the final touch. Lots of areas too to sit quietly away from the others, essential in a mixed group! Arcos is fantastic and nothing I can say will do it justice. All the bars and restaurants are good. Be prepared to come back home with good leg and bottom muscles because it is steep and hilly! The nearby lake with a beach is worth a visit, as is the flamenco bar "Tabanco el Pasaje" in Jerez; Zahara and Ronda (be sure to take the scenic route!) ;Cadiz, and Conil Beach. But there is plenty to see and do in Arcos itself, including just sitting and watching the world go by. A big thank you to Avelina, who was friendly and helpful from start to finish, and a special mention to Nino and Trini who worked hard to make our stay problem free and enjoyable!
  • Review Submitted: Jul 04, 2018
  • Date of Stay: Jun 2018

Atmospheric Arcos

5 of 5
A stunning White Village (Pueblos Blancos) of Andalucia, Arcos de la Frontera is a step back in time for those used to the fast pace of modern living. Tiny cobbled streets, whitewashed walls, sit atop of a high ridge giving dramatic views over the lake to the North and the rolling plains to the South. We flew into Malaga and hired a car and took a stunning drive through the hills via Ronda (recommended). I had my Sat Nav with me which helped until we got into Arcos. A small map had been provided to locate the house / garage but I guess both I and the Sat Nav weren't prepared for the very narrow streets and one way system - we got lost. I was glad we had not upgraded the hire car from the small VW Polo to anything bigger as it only just fit through some of the narrow sections ! Look at the route in Arcos on Google Maps street view as it helped us find the way. Pleased to see Juan Miguel (Caretaker) waiting for us as we were by then 30 mins late. No 6 Calle Bovedas is on a one way street and one of the few houses with a garage. The locals park anywhere they can, including outside No6 garage blocking you in - the tip from Juan Miguel was to leave the garage shutter half way open so they can see its in use. We were blocked a couple of times - hit the horn - they quickly moved the cars ! The accommodation is bright, clean and airy set over three floors. An en-suite double room and large garage on the ground floor, A double bedroom, lounge (fold out bed settee), kitchen and bathroom on the 1st floor and a small single bedroom and roof terrace on the 2nd floor. Lovely views from the sun trap terrace are over the rooftops to the lake and haciendas in the hills beyond. Decor is principally white with splashes of Spanish colours in wall hangings, posters, pictures. There is wifi at the property - Took a while to get working - had to phone the IT helper who re-set something. Kitchen was well equipped for us to prep meals and there was a Fridge / Freezer dishwasher and washing machine. The property is very secure - I had a lot of expensive camera equipment :) . We ate in Arcos several times and found the local food very good - try the Parador Hotel - stunning view while you eat. A large Carrefour on edge of town has all you need and a local shop is 30 steps from the door. Brits unless you speak Spanish use Google Translate / phrase book as few people speak English. Overall loved it - recommended as a base for your holiday in Andalucia
  • Review Submitted: May 18, 2018
  • Date of Stay: May 2018