220 m² living area
150 m² terrace area
pets not allowed
no smoking inside
beach towels provided, linen provided, towels provided
private pool, terrace, patio, garden, terrace furniture, sunbeds, barbecue, parking, private parking
Wi-Fi, air conditioning, heating, fireplace, cd player, dvd player, radio, tv, washing machine, childrens high chair, cot, safe, iron, ironing board, entryphone
dishwasher, freezer, fridge, coffee machine, grill, hob, microwave, oven, blender, kettle, toaster
shower, bath tub, hair dryer
2 double beds, 2 single beds, 0 sofa beds, 0 bunk beds
Around and about
Calahonda is located about mid way between Malaga Airport and Marbella, close to several golf courses and has the typically sun-drenched beaches for which the Costa del Sol is so popular.
Just a few kilometres along the road is Puerto Cabopino, we think it's probably the most secluded and picturesque port on the Costa and a popular venue for a lunch time drink or that romantic meal before taking a stroll along its sandy beaches.
A few kilometres more and you hit the world famous resorts of Marbella and Puerto Banus - the millionaires playground. The old town of Marbella is a labyrinth of small streets, bedecked with vibrant bouganvilla. Don't forget to have a drink in Orange square, a lovely plaza in the centre of the old town surrounded by orange trees.
The marina at Puerto Banus has many luxury yachts and there are fabulous restaurants and incredible designer shops, Gucci, Christian Dior, Bulgari etc, all around the marina. The perfect place to while away the hours and people watch.
Just a short drive away is Mijas, one of the "white" villages, famous for it's donkey taxis. It also has a free flamenco show every Wednesday in the main square at mid day. Well worth a visit and wander round the old part of the village.
Gibraltar is only an hours drive along the coast.
There are numerous championship Golf courses within a radius of 20km, which is why the coast is often called "Costa del Golf". There is a 9 hole, short game course just minutes away.
Fuengirola is a few kilometers in the other direction. This is a nice Spanish 'working' town which has a super range of shops both large stores and small Spanish ones. It also boasts a bio parque, an award winning conservation zoo which is lovely to visit in August when it stays open till midnight so you can see the nocturnal animals.
There are plenty of restaurants to suit every taste and pocket, a long paseo (promanade) to stroll along and a large water park for those more adventurous.
How ever you choose to spend your time on the Costa del Sol, you will never be bored.
At Calahonda the beach is golden soft sand - ideal for family holidays. Along the coast on virtually every beach you will be able to enjoy a selection of good quality restaurants and chiringuitos (beach bars) which specialise in freshly caught sardines barbecued in sand filled fishing boats infront of the restaurant.
They are generally competitively priced and offer something for every taste and pocket. Sun beds can be hired from the restaurants on a half day or full day basis.
Cabopino is the longest of the Mijas Costa beaches at over 4,500 meters long and 25 meters wide. This beach is perfect for the whole family and caters for sunbathers, scuba divers and fishermen alike. It is a fairly straight line of beach with golden sand and plenty of beach beds and parasols for rent and a good choice of lively beach bars for refreshment and entertainment.
During months of June, July and August there is always a feria on somewhere. These are large fairs or fiestas that usually go on for a week. It is lovely to watch and join in with the Spanish as they dress in their flamenco costumes and dance the night away.
Malaga airport is only 25 minutes away on the Ap7 (toll road)
Airport (Málaga): 30 kilometers
Beach: 1 kilometer
Golf: 1 kilometer
Shops: 800 meters