Casa/apto. entero

8 huéspedes

4 dormitorios

8 camas


Casa/apto. entero

8 huéspedes

4 dormitorios

8 camas

Indica el número de adultos.
Adultos
1
Indica el número de niños.
Niños
De 2 a 12
0
Indica el número de bebés.
Bebés
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Máximo permitido de huéspedes: 8. Los bebés no suman en el recuento.
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Información sobre este anuncio

Villa Dilore is in the perfect location!Beautiful beaches,culture,stunning scenery,plenty of places to explore and only 20 mins from Marbella!! Great Golf courses,a slick new tennis club and 5 minutes from the beach! Close to everything and the villa itself if huge!!


El alojamiento
Baños: 3
Dormitorios: 4
Camas: 8
Llegada: A partir de las 16:00
Salida: 10:00
Tipo de habitación: Casa/apto. entero

Servicios

Precios
Personas adicionales: Sin cargo
Gastos de limpieza: 176€
Depósito de seguridad: 353€
Descuento por semana: 5%

Descripción

Villa Dilore is in the perfect location!Beautiful beaches,culture,stunning scenery,plenty of places to explore and only 20 mins from Marbella!! Great Golf courses,a slick new tennis club and 5 minutes from the beach! Close to everything and the villa itself if huge!!

To describe "the space", I love the fact that there are so many little private areas,should you need them,whilst equally plenty of space for everyone to be together!
Two balcony's upstairs,with table/chairs and incredible views! There's a little terrace in the garden,small but cute and one of my favourite little spots,as you're surrounded by my favourite flower"Bird of paradise"

Then you have the pool area,which is gated,so safe for any little ones.A pool room with lots of inflatables/storage for all your poolside needs.
Yet another terrace, were you can get the BBQ going,with a lovely little(well actually quite big!)enclosed dinning area,where you can open all the glass doors if you want the al fresco vibe, with a cute little sitting area for any night caps/pre- dinner cocktails!
It has pockets of privacy and plenty of space for everyone to be together .


Traditional Spanish architecture with a modern twist!

Guests will have access to the entire villa and beautiful gardens, just not the garage, however they can still park inside the gates.

Guests can contact me any time if there's anything they need.

BEACHES

CALAHONDA

This is the longest of the Mijas Costa beaches at over 4,500 meters
long and 25 meters wide. Since it is right at the foot of the large
Sitio de Calahonda urbanization, it is a very popular beach, with ramp
access, many beach bars and lots of activity, but it also has some
quieter corners for those who prefer a bit of peace and quiet. This
beach is perfect for the whole family and caters for sunbathers, scuba
divers and fishermen alike. It is a fairly straight line beach with
light sand and plenty of beach beds and parasols for rent and a good
choice of lively beach bars for refreshment and entertainment. The
west end of the beach is wider and straighter and quieter.


EL CABO ROCOSO
This rocky beach is clearly defined by the ancient watchtower which
marks natural border between Calahonda and La Cala. The beach is next
to the Playa Marina urban complex and it is somewhat quieter than the
other Mijas Costa beaches, probably due to the rocks at the water's
edge. This is a very pleasant beach for morning walks all year round
and is also frequented by those who like to snorkel or go underwater
swimming and surfing. As well as the hire of such watersports
equipment, there are beach beds for hire and there is a kiosk selling
snacks and drinks.

ButiBOMBO
Along from La Cala Beach is Butiplaya (sometimes referred to as
Torrevieja Beach) at 35 meters wide and over 1,500 meters in length.
Its orientation is southwest and, like La Cala, Butiplaya has
lifeguards during the summer months. This is a safe beach and is in a semi-urban area, where there are usually holidaymakers or residents
around during the whole year. This beach was awarded the Blue Flag in
2012 (but not since), for its high level of cleanliness and good
facilities. There are showers all along the beach, as well as public
toilets and changing facilities. The beach is accessible to the
disabled and there is a parking area reserved for beach goers.
The usual beach beds and sunshades are available for rent, as well as lots of fun watersports from the humble 'pedalo' to the more exciting Jet skis, water-skiing and all the latest in marine activities.

PLAYA LA CALA DE MIJAS
This 35 metre wide and almost 2,000 metre long beach, with south and
south-west orientation. It is a lovely semi-urban beach in summer and
winter alike, with a delightful promenade and plenty of good beach
bars and restaurants. La Cala de Mijas has a village feel about it.
There is always parking somewhere. The Torre de La Cala fort adds
ainterst.
There are beach beds and parasols for hire, public toilets and changing
facilities available, and showers at various points along the beach,
as well as numerous public telephones.
In the summer period there is a lifeguard service and the beach is accessible to the disabled. There is plenty of parking, but it can sometimes become difficult and congested at the peak of the high season in July and especially August. The hire of water sports gear isin abundance in summer, but less evident in from the end of October to
Easter, when the beach is quieter. However, a warm December day sees
many Christmas holidaymakers and residents soaking up the pleasant
sunshine after a fine turkey lunch!


CALA DEL MORAL

This 320 metre-long beach is wide and curves round slightly into a
large bay, forming the eastern corner of the Cala del Moral beaches.
El Bombo beach ends in a small (130-metre) rocky cliff which is ideal
for scuba, snorkeling and underwater swimming. You can hire sunbeds
and there is a beach bar for snacks and drinks.

PLAYA DEL CHAPARAL / PLAYA NATURISTA DE PLAYAMARINA

In the next sandy cove opposite Urb Playa Marina is Playa del Chaparral.
It is about 300m long and hidden from the road, which is a good thing
as this beach was selected by Mijas town hall as their Playa Naturista
(Nudist beach). A large blue sign by the road declares the nature of
the beach. it is now called Playa Naturista de Playamarina. It is
actually a nice spot and a good place for snorkelling. There as a
friendly beach bar which serves food and rents the sunbeds down on the
beach. There is parking on the other side of the busy coast road and a
footbridge to cross over.


MIJAS
A long-time favorite of day-trippers out of the sun-kissed beach resorts that cluster around Malaga and Marbella, Mijas offers a hit of traditional Pueblos Blancos charm without the need to delve too deeply into the heart of the Andalucian back country. Boasting sweeping views over the rolling blue of the Mediterranean Sea and a dramatic perch on the dusty plateaus of the Costa del Sol, the historic side of town, known as Mijas Pueblo, presents oodles of tight-knit walkways and aromatic tapas joints beneath its canopy of red-tiled roofs, while the municipality’s other half, Mijas Costa, throbs with water-sports and the ubiquitous Anglo-come-Spanish bars.


NERJA
Human Cascading elegantly down the southern edges of the Sierras de Tejeda some 30 miles east of Malaga, Nerja juts its way out above the scintillating shore waters of the Mediterranean Sea in a blast of shimmering, perfect white. Touched by the shaping hands of Roman, Moor, Christian and modern-day seaside tourism alike, the town now juxtaposes crumbling aqueducts with chic condominiums and Mudejar architecture with the bubbling mix of coffee shops, seafood restaurants and sunbathing spots that coalesces on the Balcony of Europe promenade. Don’t miss the nearby Caves of Nerja, where human remains dating back more than 25,000 years have been discovered.
Cascading elegantly down the southern edges of the Sierras de Tejeda some 30 miles east of Malaga, Nerja juts its way out above the scintillating shore waters of the Mediterranean Sea in a blast of shimmering, perfect white. Touched by the shaping hands of Roman, Moor, Christian and modern-day seaside tourism alike, the town now juxtaposes crumbling aqueducts with chic condominiums and Mudejar architecture with the bubbling mix of coffee shops, seafood restaurants and sunbathing spots that coalesces on the Balcony of Europe promenade. Don’t miss the nearby Caves of Nerja, where human remains dating back more than 25,000 years have been discovered


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Normas de la casa
Prohibido fumar
No se admiten fiestas o eventos
La hora de llegada es a partir de las 16:00

Enjoy and respect!
Keep wet swim/beach things off the sofas.
Turn the outside lights off before bed.
Be sure to lock up.
To keep the pool at it's best,cover it at night.
Be careful of leaving food out at night,Spanish ants have an appetite. Not a problem but if you don't cover up any leftovers, you may have a few visitors.
Help yourself to what is there.
Treat it as your own and have fun!!
please smoke outside.


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