Torre del Mar

The apartment is located in the area around Torre del Mar - more precisely in the small beach town, Caleta de Velez.

The apartment offers 99 well equipped sqm. with a beautiful living room and a bedroom connected by a 17 sqm south-facing balcony. There is also a bedroom, a kitchen and 2 bathrooms. All this can be enjoyed with the beautiful view of the Mediterranean Sea.

Caleta de Velez is a typical Spanish fishing village. The town has about 36,000 inhabitants with the Spaniards accounting for the largest share, but some Northern Europeans choose to live here during the winter months. This is mainly due to the 310 sunny days that Costa del Sol has on average per year. Many visitors enjoy Mediterranean cuisine and in combination with the beautiful nature and the warm climate.

 
The Torre del Mar area

Location
The Area

The apartment is located in a quiet and attractive area.


A few minutes walk from the apartment you will meet a nice town with many exciting shops and a lovely promenade where you can enjoy the wide variety of good and exciting restaurants.

From the apartment there are only 200 m to the beach and the Mediterranean sea offers many bathing possibilities and are known for their health effects on people with rheumatic disorders.

The Apartment 

The holiday apartment is 99 sqm. It has a large living room, 2 bedrooms and 2 bathroom. The apartment is on the first floor of a property with 20 apartments.

The apartment is faced to the southwest with stunning panoramic views of the Mediterranean Sea. The apartment is equipped with a terrace of 18 sqm with garden furniture. In addition, there is additional access to the common pool area with two pools and a tennis court.

The apartment is equipped with stove, oven, fridge / freezer, mini-oven, coffee maker, washing machine, satellite TV and wifi.

Practical info & prices
Info about rental

Rental rates are valid from Saturday until the following Saturday

Long-term rentals:
The price can be agreed upon when renting for longer periods

 

Electricity/Water: 12 EUR/week (from 01.04 -> 01.10)
From 01.10 -> 01.04 = 22 EUR per week.

 

Deposit: 20% (min EUR 70) Payed at the time of booking.
The balance is due no later than 3 weeks before moving in

 

Bring:
Towels, tea towels & bed linen.

 

Cleaning:

Costs 60 euros and can not be deselected.

Price - 2020

A: July & August
B: May, June, September & October
C: Other

A = 410 EUR/week
B = 323 EUR/week
C = 233 EUR/week

Directions

1) Follow the highway from the airport to Almeria (Motrill).

At first, drive towards Malaga, Sevilla, Granada - at Malaga, the highway separates.

 

2) You must drive towards Almeria/Motrill

 

3) At exit 277 (about 50 km from the airport) turn off

 

4) Roundabout - turn right towards Caleta de Velez (then drive about 2 km)

 

5) Roundabout (LIDL on the left). Turn right on the coastal road towards Tore del Mar (N340)

 

6) Then drive approx. 300 m through city area. Turn right towards Shopping Center Mercandona

 

7) Drive left of Mercandona, approx. 250 m (steep up) behind the supermarket Mercandona
until you meet the tennis court. Turn sharp left.

 

8) Drive approx. 100 m. The building is on your left hand. Staircase to the apartment is to the left of the building

Activities & Attractions

Malaga is the largest city in the Costa del Sol province with around half a million inhabitants. The city offers a wealth of good restaurants, art museums and other attractions. The city can be reached by an approx. 40 min drive and it is also close to cities like Marbella and the white towns in the mountains. Thanks to a smaller city center you are able to get around by foot and can f.x. visit the Calle Larios shopping district, the cathedral, the Moorish fortress Alcazaba and the Picasso Museum. Not far from the city centre the beautiful beachfront Muelle Uno is found with bathing facilities and good evening dining opportunities.

Nerja is a charming little town located a 20 km drive from Caleta de Velez and 50 east of Malaga. The city's main attraction is the beautiful and palm-filled cliffed Balcon de Europa from which there is an outstanding view of the Mediterranean Sea. The city has approx. 20,000 inhabitants, but in summer time many more, due to tourists. Many of these are northerners, who have moved more or less permanently. Everywhere in the city center you will find small shops, bars and bodegas and close to the Balcon de Europa is the church of El Salvador from the last part of the 17th century, which is definitely worth a visit.

 

Caves:
A short distance from the city center is another experience that is definitely worth a visit. The caves in Nerja are an incredibly and unique experience and definitely something to experience if you visit Nerja.

 

Frigiliana:

Is one of the many beautiful white villages in the mountains along the Costa del Sol. The city is a bit of a tourist attraction because it has retained so much of its original Arabic character. The streets of Frigiliana are still as in the 16th century when the city formed the framework of a thriving Arab culture. It is recommended that you have no walking issues as the streets are steep and narrow.

 

Ronda:

100 km from Malaga you will find several well-known mountain villages in the area of Ronda. The city is surrounded by lush river valleys and is located on a rocky plateau - it is one of the most beautiful and most visited cities in Spain. The town is especially famous for the beautiful bridge Puente Nuevo and the big bullring arena. In addition to the major attractions, you can spend several hours walking around the narrow and pleasant streets.

Mijas:

The white city in the mountains approx. 40 min drive from Malaga. The city is incredibly nice and very visited due to the beautiful view. Some of the highlights are the unique donkey trafic that shuttle guests around the city.


 

Gibraltar is an exquisite destination for day trips. The British colony on the Kalkklipp lies on the southern tip of the Iberian Peninsula at the entrance to the Mediterranean Sea. The cliff is 6.5 square kilometers and has approx. 29,000 permanent residents. Gilbraltar connects with Spain by the famous sand isthmus, La Linea. Here is also the airport of the colony where the runway today serves as a border crossing. Remember, due to Brexit, the customs check is thorough and you must bring passports. From the apartment there is about 175 km and the excursion requires a full day, but is definitely worth the drive.

Alhambra

The Alhambra ("The Red Castle") is a castle on the Sabikah plateau southeast of Granada in Andalusia and is definitely one of the area's must sees. The castle was built by the Moors between 1248 and 1354 under the direction of al-Ahmar and his successors. Since 1984, it has been on UNESCO's world heritage site and is Spain's largest tourist attraction. The castle site is approx. 740 meters long and up to 220 meters wide. In the east, the summer residence Generalife is located. It is important to book tickets well in advance and an audio guide can be recommended on site. From the apartment there is approx. 350 km, but every kilometer is worth the experience of Alhambra.

In connection with a visit to the Alhambra castle it is recommended to pay a visit to the nearby city, Granada. The city is the capital of the Granada province in the Spanish region of Andalusia. The city i located by the base of the chain of mountains, Sierra Nevada at approx. 730 meter where the rivers of Darro and Genil meet. Combined with the historic neighborhood Granada the area has been a cultural tourist attraction for Muslims, Jews as well as Cristians, due to the many historic artifacts found in the area.

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