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Make a self catering villa in Periana, Costa del Sol, Spain your home away from home

The delightful town of Periana is a great centre for a holiday, well situated for enjoying both the mountain towns and the coastal beaches. Periana has plenty of shops, bars, banks and a local produce market each Wednesday. The local restaurants serve Mediterranean and international cuisine. From your self catering villa you can visit the local towns of Antequera and Archidona, explore the mountain and valley vistas and tour cities such as Granada and Cordoba.

Things to do in Periana, Spain

The nearest beach on the beautiful Costa del Sol is approximately 25km from your Periana villa. The well known beach at Torre del Mar is well worth the 40 minute drive. When you have had your fill of sun, sand and water sports, cool off at one of the excellent ice cream parlours.

Although Benajarafe is a traditional seaside town by day, after dark there is plenty to see and do. There are a host of clubs, restaurants and bars where you can dance until dawn if you wish. It is about 40km from Periana.

The area around your self catering villa at Periana has some impressive mountain scenery. Enjoy walking and driving in the area to discover small remote villages and great mountain trails.

Places to visit near Periana, Spain

Caves of Nerja - Explore these vast caves just 45km from Periana and see the largest natural column in the world, known as the Column of Hercules. The caves make an ideal amphitheatre and ballets and concerts are often held inside these world famous caves.

Al Hambra, Granada - This ancient fortified city with its massive walls and pretty gardens is just 59km (36 miles) away from your accommodation in Periana through some incredible mountain scenery. Built by the Moors over 1000 years ago, the fortress stands high on a cliff face of rock and has magnificent views and beautiful gardens. The city of Granada is also well worth spending time in.

Aqua Velis WaterPark - The largest water park in the region is just a short drive from your self catering villa in Periana. With 20 water-based rides, slides, pools and a lazy river ride, a visit here will occupy the family for a whole day.

Weather in Periana, Spain

Winters in and around your Periana villa are mild and sunny with average daytime temperatures reaching 17C (62F) and nights are rarely below 8C (47F). From May to October temperatures reach as high as 35C (94F) with no rain at all.

Flights to Periana, Spain

The nearest airport to your self catering villa in Periana is Malaga International airport, which about 60km away. Malaga airport has regular flights to and from many European cities on a daily basis.

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This is my third stay in Sharon's gorgeous cortijo and each time I arrive, it feels like coming home. The cottage is very well equipped for summer or winter (I've stayed in August and December). This time we didn't have a car, so planned our trips - walking down into Frigiliana takes about 20 minutes; walking back up takes twice as long so we simply budgeted for taxis for that! During the festival the taxi fare almost doubles to 15 euros, but drops again to 8 the following day. One evening our taxi was so well air-conditioned that we welcomed the blast of heat when we opened the car door on arrival. Ants and mosquitoes were both more evident this summer than previously, and after my initial fascination with the different kinds of ants (the big ones come out at night...), I soon got tired of them, especially after finding them in my bread - it pays to keep all food in the fridge.The provision of anti-mosquito night wall plugs was a welcome find, as was the ant killer under the sink. But not even the bugs could dent my delight with the place. The terrace is perfect for private sunbathing, or watching the fireworks on the final night of the festival, and the little gazebo at the bottom of the steps is a rewarding spot for reflection and writing. I love this place, and warmly recommend it. It's comfortable, quirky and has everything you need. Just bring a sense of adventure (for dealing with the bugs).
  • Review Submitted: Sep 10, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Aug 2017

We can't wait to return....

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My family and I have just returned from a ten night break at Corjito Cabrilla which I hired for my birthday. When we arrived we were greeted by Gloria then shown around the wonderful house which you could see Gloria is very proud. The propriety is set in a rural location at the end of a farm track, so hiring a car is essential. The gardens around the house are beautiful not only flowers but also olive trees, fruit trees, herb garden and more grapes than you could possibly consume. The house had more than enough space for the ten adults and six children in my party. The kitchen had everything you could possibly need, allow it did take us a day to find the knife draw. The eight bedrooms were very spacious and clean with lots of towels and storage space. We spent most our time laying around the beautiful pool. I can honestly say it is one of the nicest private pools I have used, it was the perfect lenght and depth for us all. The pool area is a real sun trap all day and the views are amazing. We all had great fun making pizzas from scratch one evening. Then getting to cook them in a real pizza oven was a great experience. (Remember the oven takes about 3 hours to heat up). Having the pizza oven, large bbq and fresh bread delivered every day, we didn't eat out once which is very unlike us. We did walk into Mondron most afternoons for a drink in the local pub which is very affordable and to top up on supplies from the village shop which sold everything you could possibly need. The staff in the bar and shop speak very little English but are very welcoming and friendly. The only negative about this holiday was finding the house for the first time. Both Tom Tom and garmin satellite navigations didn't take us to the house, we end up using google maps which worked much better. For any future visitors I would recommend going into Mondron village because the house is really well signposted from the village and don't worry about driving on a bumpy farm track because Corjito Cabrilla is at the end of the track.
  • Review Submitted: Sep 09, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Aug 2017