Private swimming pool, several terraces, spacious, free fast speed WIFI
- English, French, German, Spanish, Dutch
Smoking within the villa is not allowed.
The swimming pool is not protected.
Cancelled bookings will not receive a refund.
We stayed here for two weeks during August and September with family and friends. The villa is delightful. Excellent amenities, spotlessly clean and a wonderful ambience. The villa has been very cleverly designed to make the most of the aspects and views. The pool area and several terraces are charming with opportunities to have quiet times away from the group if needed. The area is quiet, near to the supermarkets. The walk to Burriana Beach is 12 minutes.. the walk back up the hill takes longer especially in the heat., but we all got our10,000 steps in each day 😉�. Very good washing machine and tumble dryer (though we didn’t need the dryer) and an additional large fridge freezer in a utility cupboard which was really helpful for our group of 6 people. Air conditioning was excellent in all 3 bedrooms. The property manager Debby was really helpful. Highly recommend. We were sad to leave as had a fabulous holiday here.
Casa de la Colina is a beautiful villa. Well equipped with everything you could possibly need and more. The rooms are spacious, light & airy with air-con in each. Outdoor space is plentiful. If you're seeking sun or shade - there's plenty of options. The roof terrace is a wonderfully private space. Lovely pool to cool off in! Parking is less than 1 minute away. There's a supermarket moments away. The beach is within walking distance but it's down a steep hill so the walk back up in the heat of the sun might be challenging for some. (We hired a car & drove up & down!).
Nerja is a bustling yet charming town. The villa is situated perfectly for exploring The Andulucian Region if you hire a car. A visit to Frigiliana is a must.
Debby the property manager was quick to respond to any queries we had.. Great communications.
Don't hesitate to book Casa de la Colina 💕�
Beautiful, very well maintained property. It is in an area that is quiet and has stunning views.
We enjoyed the rooftop sofa in the evening watching the sunset over the mountains.
The villa is a short walk to a brilliant supermarket. It's about a 15 minute walk downhill to the beach and there is also a bus stop just around the corner which can take you into the main town.
The villa is clearly loved by the owners and well looked after by the manager of the property. Facilities are perfect for a stress free holiday.
This villa is exactly as described. Both the inside and outside areas are lovely. The first floor balcony and roof terrace are especially good. The area is quiet and there is a supermarket nearby for supplies.
All queries were answered promptly by Debby. Would be happy to recommend this villa.
Lovely spacious villa
We stayed here for a week and spent most of our days relaxing by the pool. Although it was very hot there was always somewhere you could be in the shade.
The villa is in a quiet area, has everything you need, and has great views from the terraces. You can walk down to the beach (steep hill), restaurants and into Nerja.
Nerja bus station is a 20 min walk away, from here you can get a reasonably priced, comfortable, direct bus into Malaga - well worth a visit.
There’s a well stocked supermarket a short walk away - taking a suitcase with wheels is a great help getting the shopping back!
Thanks to Debby for answering all our enquiries so quickly and for arranging our taxi from the airport.
Lovely modern villa in nice quiet location
Tradtional looking villa on outside but very tastefully fitted out inside with modern Scandanavian type decor. Location is quiet and you can walk to the local supermarket, bakery etc, even into town or to the nearest & best beach. It is a bit steep coming back (especially from the beach, not so bad from town). A car is useful. Debby is very friendly and helpful and lives nearby should you need anything. Really enjoyed the stay and the property. Lots of great places for eating & drinking in Nerja and good value generally.
With its mild climate, you can enjoy yourself to the full all year round and take advantage of the relaxed way of life of a small town that still retains much of the character of its moorish past. Today, Nerja offers an excellent range of quality accommodation and leisure time facilities. There are thirteen Kms. of beaches, including the internationally famous Burriana beach and the small coves below the impressive cliffs of Maro, which have been the inspiration of numerous artists who have set up residence here.
Lovers of the nature can enjoy the wonderful countryside in the area. For those who seek alternative activities on their holidays, there is fishing, diving, waterskiing, canoeing, water bikes, hiking, cycling, horseriding, jeep safaris, paragliding and much more... with authorized services.
The historic centre, that begins in the Balcon de Europa (Balcony of Europe), was constructed around 1487. Former 9th Century Castle, it is now a viewing point above the sea. To the side of the Balcon, you will find the 17th Century El Salvador Church, constructed in baroque-mudejar style. You may also visit the 16th Century Nuestra Señora de las Angustias Hermitage with its paintings by the master Alonso Cano.
The Axarquia, east of Malaga, with its sub-tropical temperatures is known for the best climate in Europe. The Axarquia comarca (district) is bordered by the Mediterranean to the south and mountains, which shelter the area, to the north.Until a few years ago when rural tourism took off, Axarquia was one of Andalucia's forgotten areas. Major attractions are the spectacular unspoilt countryside and coastal villages. The hill and mountain scenery are ablaze with flowers and blossom from January onwards. Shepherds lead their goats and sheep through hills and valleys, eagles soar the skies and pretty, unspoiled white villages abound, each having a version of local sweet wine made from sun-dried grapes.Axarquia is riven with deep valleys lined with terraces and irrigation channels that go back to the time of Muslim occupation. Almost all the villages that dot the olive, almond and vine-planted hillsides are of Arab origin and the influence is seen in the layout of the narrow, winding streets lined with white-washed houses reflecting the sunlight. There are also many lush tropical river valleys with orange and lemon groves, eucalyptus, avocado, banana, kiwi, chirimoya and mango trees. Wild herbs and lavendar grow everywhere and further up the foothills and mountain slopes there are pine, oak and carob trees.