Villas

Benahavis attracts a vast number of tourists during the summer season due to its beauty and close proximity to Marbella, Puerto Banus and Málaga.The town has a deep history dating back to the Moorish era and some of the old arquitecture is still visible to this day.

Located next to the popular Marbella and Puerto Banús, San Pedro offers a more authentic option for those who want to integrate into Spanish culture a bit more during their holiday. Surrounded by golf courses, the beach and close to towns such as Ronda, it is no surprise that San Pedro has always been a popular summer resort.

Nerja is a hidden gem on the Costa del Sol. Prestine beaches and beautiful scenery make this place an increasingly popular tourist destination and it is no surprise, then, that Nerja has an abundance of accommodation options available. In addition to the many hotels and apartments on offer, there are also a good number of holiday villas in Nerja

Estepona is a great holiday destination, close to the popular resorts of Marbella, Puerto Banus and Sotogrande, but with its own traditional Spanish personality and charm. There is an abundance of villas in Estepona, dotted around the town in local urbanisations on the beachfront and in the mountains behind.

While the historic port town of Tarifa offers hotels and apartments to rent, its narrow medieval streets don't hide any villas. However in the surrounding countryside you will find some of the most picturesque villas on the Costa de la Luz. The vast majority of villas in the Tarifa area have swimming pools, gardens and private parking. They are ideal for family holidays with their child-friendly facilities.

Novo Sancti Petri is packed with accommodation opportunities. As well as hotels, it is also home to many villas and holiday homes providing quality self-catering opportunities for the thousands of tourists that descend upon the resort in the summer season. Villas can give you ultimate exclusivity and privacy and can be great value for money, especially for families or large groups of people.

It's hard to believe that the wild beauty of the La Axarquía is just half an hour from the Caleta de Vélez (or Málaga's Costa Oriental) - an uninspired coastal strip of down-trodden buildings and second-rate hotels - especially when compared to the better-known pueblos blancos to the west, with their glitzy Costa del Sol gateway of Marbella.

Ronda is home to some of the most beautiful villas in Andalucia. Usually located in the scenic countryside surrounding the town, villas in Ronda offer spectacular views and often come with private swimming pools and on-site parking.