280 m² superf. vivienda
The main house has 3 bedrooms of which 2 have access to the garden. The fourth bedroom is in an annex across a wonderful enclosed courtyard. All the bedrooms are en-suite and have flat screen TV’s with Sky. The master bedroom and fourth bedroom also have mini fridges. All of the bedrooms are wheelchair accessible, with 3 of those having walk-in showers.
The kitchen is accessed from the living room and has a breakfast table for 6-8 persons. As well as all the mod cons it has an extra freezer, ice machine and a coffee machine! Just like the kitchen the living room has a dining table for 6-8 and is fully equipped with books, music, SAT TV Package, movies, sports, cartoons etc, play station and wi-fi internet.
Outside has a lot to offer. Firstly there is plenty of space for running and playing around without disturbing those sun bathing and not being too close to the swimming pool. There is an outside bar with two fridges, and both a charcoal and a gas BBQ. From the living room there is a covered terrace with space for dining and relaxing.
Finally this property has solar panelling so by choosing this self catering property you will be helping the environment!
The villa is located beachside of Atalaya, in Guadalmina Baja just before the New Golden Mile. It isn’t a town as such, although there are plenty of restaurants within walking distance or short drive and there are supermarkets close by too.
The beach in Atalaya isn’t the best as it is quite stony, although the hotel close by imports sand of a better quality and if you rent sun beds from them then you can have nicer sand. Otherwise a short walk Westward brings you to a better beach or you can drive 5-15 min. to San Pedro, Estepona or Marbella where you will also find better beaches. The closest town is San Pedro de Alcantara…
San Pedro, like its glitzy sister, Puerto Banus, comes under the municipality of Marbella. It is just 10 km from Marbella, 5 km from Puerto Banús, and a mere few minutes from the spectacular Ronda Mountains. Despite its proximity to glamorous Marbella, San Pedro has managed to remain unspoilt and still preserves its Spanish identity. It is a true slice of traditional Spain, the locals are friendly and the predominant language you hear is Spanish. It is quite popular with holidaymakers who enjoy mingling with the locals, dunking churros in thick chocolate for breakfast, sampling tapas or simply cooling off at an ice cream parlour, with the kids running around.
The town has broad spectrum of amenities, including a couple of well-priced supermarkets (Mercadona , Cayetano and Día), a 24-hour pharmacy, plenty of charming restaurants and boutiques. Thursday is street market day, a true bargain hunter´s paradise.
On the beachside, San Pedro’s 2 km sweeping tiled promenade is delightful. There are several chiringuitos (beach bars) all the way along, most of them offering Mediterranean cuisine and, of course, the ubiquitous thirst-quenching tinto de verano (red-wine spritzer). The promenade also links up to Puerto Banus and it is possible to walk all the way to Marbella along the sea front.