|Minimum Stay||5 nights|
Situated in the La Huerta studio complex in Frigiliana, this wonderful studio is surrounded by the spectacular nature of the Sierra Almijara mountains, in an area boasting unparalleled views of the Costa del Sol.
Spend your day soaking up the sun in the gorgeous pool overlooking the lush lands below, enjoy a book on the comfortable sofa or treat your taste buds to a delightful local wine in the hot tub. The kitchen comes complete with a dishwasher, fridge and utensils for your cooking needs.
The bright bedroom features a double bed, and there’s a convertible sofa in the living room, making the flat perfect for up to four guests. The bathroom sports a shower and WC.
Cleaning, linen and towels are included.
Nerja beach is 5km away and bars, restaurants and a supermarket can be found within 200 meters of the studio.
Public parking is nearby. There is no smoking, and pets are not allowed, while the swimming pool is available in the spring and summer and shared.
• The large, shimmering pool with amazing views
• The superb climate, clean beaches, and fascinating history
• The modern amenities
Stunning location, beautiful pool, lovely area to sunbathe.Apartment needs updating, clean, neat . Mattress sagging in the middle. Washing machine not working, TV not working, kettle not working. Would not recommend apartment in its present condition
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Situated in the province of Malaga, Frigiliana boasts an Arag-inspired historic town centre and spectacular nature all around. Enjoy incredible views of the Costa del Sol, troll along winding streets with covered passages and marvel at the glazed ceramic mosaics, telling stories of the area’s dramatic past.
A must-see is the 16th century palace of the Counts of Frigiliana, converted into a sugar refinery, and make sure you travel around Andalusia to experience its rich culture, incredible gastronomy and UNESCO World Heritage listed sites.
Approximately 71 km away you’ll find the provincial capital, Malaga, the birthplace of Pablo Picasso. As the southernmost large city in Europe, it has one of the warmest winters and is one of the oldest cities in the world. The Museo Picasso Malaga is a must-see not only for the works of its namesake, but in the cellar lie the walls of an ancient Phoenician city. The 1st century Roman Theatre, the Gothic Church of Santiago, and the Basilica y Real Santuario de Santa Maria de la Victoria should not be missed either.