Holiday house

VFT/MA/04517

Casa Esperanza

9.0

Casa Esperanza: comfortable holiday home with all mod cons in Andalucia, just 600 meters from the beach. The property is located in the Valle Niza urbanization (which means beautiful valley) with various swimming pools. Immediately adjacent to our back garden is a swimming pool with a shower / toilet block (swimming pools open from June to October). On the complex are padel courts, playgrounds, sauna, jacuzzi, table tennis and a gym, all free of charge. You can walk endlessly through the beautiful nature. Discover Andalucia and especially the Axarquia, the area east of Malaga by car. Take a city trip or visit the caves of Nerja or the El Torcal nature park. Golf, tennis a day at the beach or in the morning to the market, it's all possible.

Going on holiday with family or friends? At 300 meters we have a holiday home CASA AMATISTA. This is on a different urbanization so completely private but still close together.

There are two information folders in your holiday home with general information, fun day trips, walking routes, car routes, etc. There are also various information leaflets and route maps.

Ground floor:
Spacious living room with: HD satellite TV, WIFI internet, docking speaker for connecting your iPod / iPad or Mp3 player, library.
Separate dining area.
Half open fully equipped fitted kitchen.
Toilet.

First floor:
Three bedrooms:
1 / Double bed 160x200 with ensuite bathroom with bath, bidet, toilet and sink.
2 / Twin beds (90x200)
3 / Bunk bed (90x200) and cot.

Bathroom with bath / toilet / sink / bidet.

Outside:
Fenced front, side and back garden with a garden set and a lounge set.

All bedrooms have air conditioning and heating.

Children:
Cot, high chair, pot.

Extras
Various beach items such as umbrellas, cool box, beach towels, beach chairs etc.
Badminton, tennis rackets and various other sports and entertainment equipment.
beach toys.
Various board games, DVDs and reading books (all genres).

Bath and linen
Bed linen, towels and kitchen towels included.
Bed making service on arrival.

Smoking: allowed in the garden.

Accessibility
Airport
45 minutes drive from Malaga airport.

Nearby cities
Malaga (20km), Rincon de la Victoria (8km), Torre del Mar (5km), Velez Malaga (10km), Nerja (30km), Ronda (150km), Granada (120km), Cordoba (185km),

The host, Helene

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I am originally Dutch and Pedro is Spanish. Our daughter Joëlle was born here. I ended up here 18 years ago after 9 years of traveling to find the best place to start my restaurant. 16 Years ago my dream came true, I opened Vino Mío next to the municipal theater in the center of Málaga. A restaurant with creative cuisine and a flamenco show every night. Pedro is an architect and has a great passion for his profession. See you in Casa Esperanza. Helene Mostertman.

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Extra price information

Basic price is based on 2 people.
Surcharge extra people from 2 years: € 10.00 per person per night.
Child price 0-2 years in a cot: € 5.00 per child per night.
Down payment: 30% of the rent.
Remainder payment: 6 weeks before arrival.
For cancellation: no refund of the deposit up to 6 weeks before departure, within 6 weeks of departure no refund of the rent except the deposit and service costs.

Your reservation is immediately final. If you want a temporary option, please indicate the date of your holiday via ..... ask the landlord a question ...... we will block it temporarily for you so that you can reserve the best flights.

We recommend that you take out travel and cancellation insurance.

Casa Esperanza meets all legal requirements and is officially registered as a holiday home at the tourism department of the Junta de Andalucía under the number VFT / MA / 04517


Rates & duration

Prices are per stay

From
29-09-2019
to
31-05-2020
Minimum stay 7 nights
Week € 395.00
Midweek -
Night € 56.00
Weekend -
From
31-05-2020
to
04-07-2020
Minimum stay 7 nights
Week € 695.00
Midweek -
Night € 100.00
Weekend -
From
04-07-2020
to
30-08-2020
Minimum stay 7 nights
Week € 950.00
Midweek -
Night € 136.00
Weekend -
From
30-08-2020
to
04-10-2020
Minimum stay 7 nights
Week € 695.00
Midweek -
Night € 100.00
Weekend -

Extras

Here you will find any mandatory and optional additional costs.

Airconditioning
€ 0.00
Per stay
Included in price
Baby
€ 5.00
Per person per night
Pay at booking | required
Baby chair
€ 0.00
Per stay
Free
Bath linen
€ 0.00
Per stay
Included in price
Bed linen
€ 0.00
Per stay
Included in price
Car park
€ 0.00
Per stay
Included in price
Child's bed
€ 0.00
Per night
Free
Deposit
€ 200.00
Per stay
Pay at booking | required
Energy cost
€ 0.00
Per stay
Included in price
English television
€ 0.00
Per stay
Included in price
Extra person (base rates apply to 2 persons)
€ 10.00
Per person per night
Pay at booking | required
Final cleaning
€ 55.00
Per stay
Pay at booking | optional
Internet
€ 0.00
Per stay
Included in price
Kitchen linen
€ 0.00
Per stay
Included in price
Service costs
€ 75.00
Per stay
Pay at booking | required

Location & tips

Additional information

Malaga was a candidate to become the European Cultural Capital of 2016. Unfortunately the choice did not fall on Malaga. But since then much has changed in Malaga. Not only have many museums been added; in total, the city now has 25 museums. But the city center has also had a makeover. The results are impressive. Old derelict buildings have been refurbished. The harbor on the edge of the center is beautifully situated. A cruise ship also regularly moors here. A large part is car-free in the center. So you can stroll on the Calle Larios; the shopping street of Malaga. In addition, all sights are in or on the edge of the center. This makes Malaga a top destination in Spain. So you don't just make a city trip to Barcelona, Valencia or Madrid. Malaga also has a lot to offer. And if you are on holiday in Andalusia, a visit to Malaga should not be missed. Taste the typical Andalusian atmosphere and enjoy this wonderful city.

Top sights

The Gibralfaro and the Alcazaba
The Cathedral, la Manquita
Picasso museum
The port of Málaga
Pompidou center
Flamenco at Restaurante Vino Mío
The Axarquia is the region in the southeast of the province of Malaga, east of the city of Malaga. The name Axarqui is not Spanish, but Arabic and means Country in the east. You can find the long Moorish domination in many things. For example, in Comares, the highest village of the Axarquia, you can make a walking route that focuses on the Moorish roots of this place. The Axarquia is characterized by a huge number of small, white villages, beautifully situated on the mountain slopes. The population of the Axarquia mainly lives from agriculture. The viticulture was dying a few decades ago due to the killing competition of regions where much more extensive work can be done. Fortunately, government subsidies have ensured that this age-old tradition with its small scale, mules and cooperatives, has not been lost. The landscape of the Axarquia can be compared a bit with that of Tuscany - also a wine region - but then rougher and drier. The height differences in the Axarquia are also larger, which results in beautiful views. And if you look closely at how the vineyards are laid out, you will get respect for the farmers. Often they have to climb for hours with their mule to reach their small pieces of land. You won't see many agricultural vehicles here, since mules are much more efficient in this landscape! The climate of the Axarquia is the mildest in all of Europe! The high mountains of the Sierra Nevada in the north stop the cold north wind. They also ensure that the warm south wind from Africa does not escape. The Axarquia is a lot less touristy than the area to the west of Málaga. The seaside resorts of the Axarquia; Torre del Mar, Rincon de la Victoria, Torrox and Nerja, are a lot quieter than their 'big brothers', Marbella and Torremolinos. However, you will find that the beaches of the Axarquia are equally beautiful and offer plenty of space even in high season!


The temperature on the Costa del Sol is really great.
The Costa del Sol has the most sunshine hours in Europe. In the summer it is with
an average temperature of almost 30 ° C, sunny and warm, but also in winter
the temperature remains pleasant at around 16 ° C.

The Costa del Sol has many seaside resorts. Most of these
seaside resorts used to be picturesque fishing villages. On the west side of Málaga
These fishing villages have become major tourist resorts such as
Torremolinos, Benalmadena, Fuengirola and Marbella.

The less well-known are on the other side of Malaga
resorts such as Torre del Mar, Torrox, Rincon de la Victoria, Benajarafe and
Nerja.

Not far from Malaga, Granada and the Costa del Sol is the Axarquia. This region is located in the South-East of the province of Malaga. Nice white mountain villages, beautiful views and an ideal temperature make this area particularly suitable for exploring by car. There are therefore a number of car routes in this region that are all worth exploring. Get a day in the car and enjoy the beautiful nature, the nice white villages. Stop en route for a delicious lunch with Tapas. All car routes are approximately 60 kilometers. But don't be mistaken. You drive in the mountains so take it easy. If you want to enjoy everything that you encounter along the way, you can take a day off. Lots of fun!
A Spanish saying is: Anyone who has not seen Granada has not seen anything. A visit to Granada means that you cannot skip the Alhambra. The Alhambra is a medieval palace and fortress of the Moorish rulers of the Kingdom of Granada in Andalusia. It has been declared a heritage of humanity. But Granada is not just the Alhambra. It is a city with 250,000 inhabitants, young and lively with around 60,000 students. Take a stroll through the shopping streets and the squares in the center. Enjoy the tapas bars, the restaurants and the typical relaxed atmosphere.
Cordoba is best known and loved because of its Great Mosque or Mezquita, which is one of the most important Islamic monuments in Europe. But the city has much more to offer. The Jewish Quarter or Juderia, with its impressive synagogue, is just as fascinating to discover. The narrow, atmospheric streets are very inviting to get lost in for hours. In addition, the Alcazar de los Reyes, where Christopher Columbus revealed his travel plans for India, and the Medina Arahara are certainly worth the effort. The architecture of the city is predominantly Moorish, but despite the past that lives on in it, modern life is also fully integrated into the cityscape.
El Caminito del Rey was also known as the most dangerous walk in the world. The walkway has existed since 1905 and was in a serious state of decline and therefore prohibited access.
But in 2014 the restoration started and at the end of March 2015 the walkway opened to the public. The path is 3 km long and is nailed to the rock face at an average height of 100 meters. For your visit you must reserve tickets in advance via the website www.caminitodelrey.info .

El Caminito del Rey is an hour's drive from Malaga. http://www.caminitodelrey.info/es/5048/prepara-visita
Winter opening hours from 10 am to 5 pm Summer from 10 am to 5 pm Admission is prohibited for children under the age of 8
Flamenco in Malaga
Do you want to eat and enjoy a flamenco show in the meantime? This is possible at Restaurante Vino Mio, next to the Teatro Cervantes, in the historic center of Malaga. The menu includes pasta dishes, salads, tapas and various exotic dishes, as well as vegetarian dishes. There is also an extensive drinks menu with cocktails, all kinds of gin, whiskeys, liqueurs etc.
The flamenco shows are from Wednesday to Sunday from 8 pm to 9:30 pm.
Plaza Jeronimo Cuervo 2 in Malaga.
Telephone: 0034 952609093
[email protected]

Layout

Living room
Ground floor
31 m2

Tiled

Airconditioning

Dining corner / Dining Table

Bedroom 1
1st floor
14 m2

Bed: Double bed 200 x 160 cm

Tiled

Duvets (1)

Bedroom 2
1st floor
10 m2

Bed: Single bed 200 x 90 cm

Bed: Single bed 200 x 90 cm

Tiled

Bedroom 3
1st floor
9 m2

Bed: Bunk bed 200 x 90 cm

Tiled

Duvets (3)

Bathroom 1
1st floor
7 m2

Bidet

Toilet

Bath

Bathroom 2
1st floor
7 m2

Bidet

Toilet

Bath

Kitchen

Type: Open

Stove: (4 Cooking zones/burners)

Hood

Swimming pool

Type: Open air swimming pool / Inground pool

Heated swimming pool: Unheated swimming pool

Privacy: Shared swimming pool

Facilities

Accommodation type

  • Holiday house

Total floor space

  • 109 m2

Children

  • Child's bed (1)
  • Child's chair (1)
  • Dresser

Sports & Recreation

  • Fitness
  • Golf
  • Playground
  • Walking
  • Swimming

Travel Ideas

  • Citytrip
  • Culture & History
  • Child friendly
  • Winter sun
  • Sun,Sea & Beach

Heating

  • Boiler
  • Airconditioning

Internet, Wifi, Audio

  • Satellite receiver
  • Flatscreen TV
  • Ipod connection
  • Dvd player
  • Wifi
  • Dutch TV channels
  • Internet connection

Outdoor Facilities

  • Barbecue
  • Outdoor lighting
  • Sun umbrellas
  • Parking place (1)
  • Private driveway
  • Play set(s)
  • Garden
  • Garden house
  • Garden chair(s)
  • Garden table(s0)
  • Lounge set
  • Garden fully fenced

Facilities

  • Washing machine
  • Storeroom
  • Seperate toilet (1)
  • No pets allowed

Linens

  • Bed linen available
  • Towels present
  • Kitchen linen available
  • Bed linen for children
  • Beach towels available

Disabled

  • No thresholds

Games & entertainment

  • (Board) games
  • (Comic)books
  • DVDs / Blu-rays

Wellness

  • Gym / Fitness room


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