Erected facing the sea and overhanging the pretty white village of Las Negras, the villa enjoys a spectacular view.
Built in the mountain, with numerous terraces in shaded nooks, the villa remains cool during the summer.
You will enjoy cooling off in the infinity-edge pool while contemplating the sea. You will be able to admire the landscape in the shade of the olive, orange and palm trees in a well-kept garden.
Fully equipped with all modern conveniences, the villa will allow you to have a relaxing stay nearby a village that remains lively all year round.
Las Negras is a charming fishing village that’s located in the Natural Maritime Park of Cabo de Geta, one of the last parts of the Mediterranean coast that remains untouched.
Located in the region that enjoys the most hours of sunshine in Europe, life is good here all year round.
The village faces a remarkable hill, the Cerro Negro, which has inspired many writers and artists due to its spectacular geology.
Behind this hill, only reachable by boat or on foot, lies the Cala San Pedro cove, famous for its beauty. The discovery of this site is the opportunity for a nice hike.
The pretty clear water coves and the cliffs at Las Negras attract diving and sea aficionados.
This is the ideal village where you can rest, relax and enjoy very pleasurable festive nights in the village’s many bars, restaurants and discotheque.
Very near to Africa and located in the Almeria province, Andalusia will reveal all its charms to you.
Its sub-desert Mediterranean climate has shaped the arid landscape where haciendas, cacti and palm trees are scattered here and there. The contrast is striking with the softness of the blue sea, the fine sandy beaches and the spectacularly eroded coves.
Classed as a biosphere reserve by the Unesco, the Cabo de Gata natural reserve presents a unique and fragile volcanic coastline for exceptional hikes from villages to small ports.
San José, La Isleta del Moro, Las Negras, Rodalquilar, Aguamarga are some of the many small fishing villages where many artists, poets and nature lovers have come to settle in.
A few kilometres away from the Casa del Olivo, you will discover El Cortijo de El Fraile that inspired Federico García Lorca’s Blood Wedding and less than two hours car drive away, you may equally visit several wonders of Andalusia in the Granada province: the Calahorra château, Guadix and its troglodyte houses, Las Alpujarras with its beautiful white villages, the heights of the Sierra Nevada and also the town of Granada with its Albaicin Arab quarters and the extraordinary palace and gardens of the Alhambra.