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Villa Rosalia, Mijas, Costa del Sol, Spain
VILLA ROSALIA, MIJAS, COSTA DEL SOL
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Villa Rosalia

Mijas, Costa del Sol

Villa Summary

Villa Rosalia is situated in an elevated position offering spectacular sea views from your own private pool. This spacious, countryside villa has 4 en suite bedrooms and a variety of seating and chill out areas, both inside and out. The local shops and restaurants in the charming village of Mijas are just 5 minutes' away by car. A 10 minute drive will also take you to Cubana and Carvajal beaches. WiFi and air conditioning/heating in the bedrooms and lounge are included.

Arrival & Departure Day :
Villa check in time from 16:00 Information
Villa check out time 10:00 Information

Villa Features

  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 4 Bathrooms
  • Sleeps 2 to 8
  • Beach 3 miles
  • Pool 27 x 22 ft
  • Free Air Con
  • Wifi
  • Car Essential Information
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Villa Description
Swimming pool, pool terrace and sunbathing area

The unique shaped saltwater swimming pool has Roman steps for easy access. There is ample space on the surrounding lawn to relax on the sun loungers whilst enjoying the views down to the coast. To cool off, there is a chill out seating area under the covered terrace by the front door. There are also 2 tables and chairs for dining alfresco in true Spanish style.


Entrance

The driveway leads up to the villa entrance with space for 3 hire cars.


Living space

The front door opens directly into the lounge where there is comfortable seating and a flat screen TV. There are double patio doors leading out to the pool, meaning plenty of light floods the room, and allowing you to appreciate the pleasant views. The dining area is to one side of the lounge and to the other side there is a stairway leading to the first floor.


Kitchen

The kitchen is large, spacious and well equipped with a table and chairs in the centre - an ideal spot for breakfast.


Bedrooms and bathrooms

On the ground floor there is 1 large double bedroom with an en suite bathroom. Upstairs, there are 3 twin bedrooms with en suite shower rooms. There is also a large, wrap around balcony off the first floor landing, great for enjoying the terrific views from every possible angle of the villa.


This villa has applied for a licence with the Junta de Andalucia and the application number is CTC2016065542. The licence number will follow.
Key Notes
  • Villa Plus In-Resort Service  
  • Mid Week Towel Change & Light Clean  
  • Bed Linen  
  • Bathroom Towels  
  • Iron & Ironing Board  
  • Villa check in time from 16:00   Information
  • Villa check out time 10:00   Information

Villa facilities

  • 1 double bedroom with en suite bathroom  
  • 3 twin bedrooms with en suite shower rooms  

Indoor amenities

  • FREE WiFi  
  • FREE Air conditioning/heating in 4 bedrooms and lounge  
  • Sat TV with BBC and ITV  
  • Safe  
  • DVD Player  
  • Washing machine  
  • Dishwasher  
  • Microwave  
  • Hairdryers  
  • Bluetooth Speakers  

Outdoor amenities

  • Alarm And Nightlight  
  • Brick BBQ  
  • Pool/Billiard Table  
  • Table Tennis  
  • Pool Size: 27 x 22 ft  
  • Pool Depth: Min. 4½ft, Max. 6½ft  
Villa Location
Villa Rosalia is located in an elevated position offering spectacular views down to the coast. You will find shops and restaurants in the village of Mijas a 5 minute drive away, with Cubana and Carvajal beaches 10 minutes away. The town of Fuengirola is also nearby, around a 15 minutes' drive. For visiting other areas along the Costa Del Sol, all the major highways of the area can be easily accessed from the villa.

Location features

Local markets and shopping

For local shopping, the nearest area with a selection of shops is the small commercial centre located downhill within 5 minutes' drive. Here you will find a mini market and a larger supermarket. Further afield in Fuengirola, there is a complete range of the larger supermarkets, for Spanish and English style foods. There are also several large shopping centres along with a huge variety of boutique and local shops throughout the narrow streets of the town centre. There are markets in the villages of Mijas and Benalmadena, as well as Fuengirola town, that are held on different days of the week.


Bars and restaurants

For bars and restaurants where better to visit than the white village of Mijas, with a range of street cafes and restaurants to choose from. Mijas village becomes more popular each season and is packed full of all types for eateries, suitable for all pockets and tastes. There are lovely places throughout the cobbled streets of the town, some offering great views down to the coast.


Beaches

Travelling directly down from Villa Rosalia, through the area of la Capelania, the nearest beach is known as La Cubana, offering a popular Chiringuito and sunbeds for hire. Or you can head towards Fuengirola town and enjoy the long stretch of promenade and the different beaches all along the coastline.


Family fun

A big favourite in this area is the Fuengirola Biopic Zoo, a great pick for all the family. In the other direction, located in Arroyo de la Miel, is the famous Tivoli amusement park with something to offer for all ages.


Places of interest

Many visitors to this coast enjoy a day out browsing around the sights of Malaga and enjoying the sight of the magnificent Cruise ships that frequently enter the harbour. A longer journey will take you to the Rock of Gibraltar, great for duty free shopping and a visit to the top of the rock to enjoy the spectacular views over towards Africa. Another family favourite is a trip to the Caves of Nerja, just over one hour's drive from your villa.


Golf

Torrequebrada Golf is the nearest course for this villa but there are many more to choose from within about 1 hours' drive from the villa.


Remember...

Every villa comes with its own manual, complete with details of the best restaurants, taxis, local amenities and activities. And of course, our reps are on hand to make sure you love your holiday more. If you need any advice or tips on the local area, they will be more than happy to help.


In this area

  • Cubana Beach 3½ miles
  • Mini Market 1¾ miles
  • Restaurants 1¾ miles
  • Supermarket 1¾ miles
  • Mijas Village 1¾ miles
  • Fuengirola 6¼ miles
  • Malaga Airport 14 miles

GPS coordinates

Latitude: 36.597648

Longitude: -4.612792

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Activities and things to do
Activity
Tivoli World Amusement Park
At Tivoli World, has been offering families a fun day out for over 40 year. You are guaranteed unlimited thrills with well over 25 exciting rides to try out and Tivolilandia for the tiny tots. There are thrilling rides such as the Tivoli Dragon, Roller Coaster, Twister, Jurassic Adventure and Tivoli Agua, the biggest flume ride on the costa. Entertainment except for the concerts is included in the price, so with theme bars and restaurants, live western and flamenco shows a visit to Tivoli World is a must. Located by the railway station in centre of Arroyo de la Miel, Benalmadena Costa.
Activity
Parque Acuatico Mijas
One of the most popular water parks on the coast is the Mijas Aquapark where the Adventure River ride, a 300ft winding raft slide awaits you.

Try surfing the wave pool or the huge kamikaze slide, bathe in the clear blue waters of the lake, or enjoy the twists and turns while speeding through the labyrinth slide to the pool at the bottom.

For young children and tiny tots Aqualandia has two water playgrounds and a shallow activity pool. All this set in lush gardens with a variety of sports facilities, great restaurants, picnic and bbq areas.



Activity
Torrequebrada
This attractive course, situated between the sea and the mountains has numerous lakes and strategically placed wide bunkers with no less than 6 holes directly affected by both. With large greens, winding fairways and sometimes a strong wind, it is a challenging but enjoyable course requiring skill and patience. Beware of the 7th hole, which is downhill with a left curve and a lake and two bunkers surrounding the green. The course is also suited to competitions and has hosted important tournaments and professional reunions since its inauguration in 1976. On site is a golf school, hire shop restaurant and bar. Address: Crta. De Cadiz km 220, Benalmadena Costa, 29630, Malaga Tel: 95 244 27 40 Fax: 95 256 11 29 Website: www.golftorrequebrada.com For golf bookings - Email: golf@golftorrequebrada.es Description: 18 holes, par 72, 5806 meters Green fees: 72 euros Location: East of Fuengirola on the N340 coast road on Benalmadena Costa Turn of at km 220 inland and follow signs.
Activity
Gibraltar
Gibraltar has a fascinating history and probably a colourful future – who knows! The border with Spain was shut for 13 years from 1969, during and after the death of the dictator, General Franco, with Spain pursuing her claim to the Rock. Nevertheless, it is a welcoming destination with a mix of Arabic, Spanish and British influences with plenty of history and sights to see. Don’t miss the Great Seige Tunnels built in 1782, the views from the cable car and the endearing colony of apes that will steal your wallet with a swish of their tail. With dolphin trips and good duty free shopping, take your passport and enjoy.
Activity
Malaga

Compared to the hustle and bustle and cosmopolitan atmosphere of the Costa del Sol holiday resorts, Malaga is a very "Andalucian" city. The vast majority of holidaymakers pick up their hire car, venture no further than Malaga Airport and give the city itself a wide berth and in doing so they are missing a true opportunity to mix with the Andalucian people and see how life goes on.
Historically, Malaga dates back to the Phoenicians. It was then occupied by the Romans and afterwards the Moors occupied the city from the eighth century until 1487 when during the re-conquest, the Christians retook Malaga after a long and very bloody battle. The most recent fighting took place during the Spanish Civil War between 1936-1939 when the city, by supporting the Republican cause, was severely bombed by the Italians who had come to the aid of Franco's Nationalist side.
Anybody wishing to explore the city on their villa holiday, should do it on foot. Most of the sights are centred on Malaga's old quarter which is a maze of narrow cobbled streets and found around the cathedral, park and bullring areas. Most of the sights have a Moorish flavour but the discovery of a Roman theatre close to the Alcazaba has been very exciting.
Visit a traditional Spanish tapas bar. Visit the port and take a boat trip around the harbour. Shop at El Corte Ingles or better still in the little old fashioned shops in the old quarter. Hop on a bus up to the castle overlooking the city for fabulous views of the city and coast and finally spoil yourself with a drink at the adjacent Parador. Malaga Cathedral is also worth visiting on your holiday to Costa del Sol. It was built in the 16th century and is nicknamed 'La Manquita', the one-armed lady, due to one of the two towers never having been completed.
Malaga's beaches probably won't be of too much interest to the average holidaymaker who will be able to enjoy their own further along the coast. However, the beaches which are closer to the city get very busy at weekends but are fairly quiet during weekdays.
Malaga has several open spaces that have been planted offering shade with the palms and colour from the bedding plants and other Mediterranean species that survive the intense summer Spanish heat.
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