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Make A Holiday Rental Cottage in Valdelarco, Spain, Your Home Away From Home

If you are looking for a holiday in the picturesque Spanish hill region of Huelva, then a rental cottage in Valdelarco could be just the thing. Based in the bosom of the Sierra de Aracena, and the Peaks of Aroche Nature Park, this is an area for outdoor and nature lovers. By taking self catering accommodation in Valdelarco, you will feel as though you are in an oasis of tranquillity, whilst at the same time, being surrounded by all the mod-cons that make life comfortable.

Things to Do on Holiday in Valdelarco, Spain

Holidays in Valdelarco are all about experiencing life outdoors, and what a place to do so! With activities such as hiking, mountain biking, orienteering, pony trekking and canoeing all quite literally possible from the door step, the hardest choice to make, will be in what to do first. If you are an avid walker, there are a number of walking trails which may be of interest, one of which takes in some of the castles and fortifications in the immediate area.

Places to Visit on Holiday in Valdelarco, Spain

From your base in a holiday rental cottage in Valdelarco, it is possible to not only explore the immediate area, but the greater area at large. To do this, you will really need to hire or have the use of a car. The Huelva region is a fascinating one to visit, and each turn of the road seems to reveal a new stunning view, quaint village or castle. The city of Seville is about an hour and a half’s drive, and there it is possible to try flamenco dancing, watch a bullfight, or visit Moorish buildings dating back many hundreds of years.

Weather in Valdelarco, Spain

The most popular times of year to take a holiday in Valdelarco are between the months of June and August. The reason for this, is that the average temperatures are around the 25 degree Celsius mark. This is quite comfortable by Spanish standards for this time of year, and the 600 metre height above sea level helps to keep a breeze. Rainfall during this period is also low, however, it should be noted that from September onwards, rainfall is higher. Peak months are September and November, however, the 80mm per month is still negligible by UK standards!

Travel to Valdelarco, Spain

Because of its remote location, which of course adds to its charm, the nearest airport is a couple of hours drive away at Seville. (SVQ). Fortunately, this is well serviced by flights from the United Kingdom and the rest of Europe. Ryanair flies into here from London Stansted (STN) and Dublin (DUB) as well as other airports. From Seville airport, you will really need to have the use of a hire car in order to reach your holiday rental cottage in Valdelarco.

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Recent Reviews

Stunning views in peaceful setting

4 of 5
It was a little hard to find and 4.5km down a narrow windy road with a steep entrance to the properties. Well worth the effort , this is a beautiful setting , the casita is well thought out with very comfortable bed , hob and fridge with a freezer section. We had plenty of hot water and the shower was powerful although there were only two of us and the house could fit a family of four. The owners were friendly and very helpful . The swimming pool area is unusual for U.K. residents as it was clean but had a lot of green algae and frogs but I think this is normal in Spain. It was a delight to sit in the shaded patio area looking at the views and listening to the water running and the frogs. We took our two dogs and they mixed easily with the owners dogs who are very placid. There is no wifi ( or tv ) in the house but you can relax in the large patio area or dining area attached to the main house and use the internet . There is a washing machine and washing line. We stayed in April and temperatures were unusually high at max 29-30*C , the house was always cool and we always slept well. Cabeza la vaca is a charming village with many bars and restaurants, a shop and tabac . This accommodation is perfect for a quiet , relaxing holiday in a beautiful area with stunning views.
  • Review Submitted: May 04, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Apr 2017

Nicely converted/renovated townhouse in a beautiful/typical Spanish village.

5 of 5
Perfect location for a couple like us. The accommodation itself has been thoughtfully converted/renovated to a high standard, and there was everything there that we needed. Unlike some self catering places, the kitchen is stocked with all the necessaries (oil, salt, pepper, washing up liquid etc), and combined with the very generous 'welcome' pack, this allowed us to hit the ground running, and not waste our time or money unnecessarily. Fran and Mike are extremely knowledgeable and well connected in the village, and did everything they could to make sure we enjoyed our stay. Nothing is too much trouble for them. The area is fascinating, beautiful and full of character, from the abundant wildlife to the beautiful (and very tasty) black pigs responsible for the famous Jamon Iberico. We were blessed with fine weather so sat round in the sunshine for long periods (drinking wine), but there's loads to see within a fairly small radius. Rural Spain at its very best and we will undoubtedly be back. Hasta pronto!
  • Review Submitted: Apr 22, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Apr 2017