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Full directions to the apartment from the airport will be sent to you prior to your arrival date together with our meeting details. You will be personally met to be shown the apartment, help with any information you need about the apartment and local area and pass over the keys.
Rates are calculated based on the latest information provided. Please contact the manager/owner to confirm actual rates for your requested dates.
Please contact the manager for complete rate information.
AU$366 / stay
Additional Rate and Availability Information
** All weekly rental rates are negotiable, please ask us ** ** All nightly rental rates are negotiable, please ask us ** ** Christmas and New Year are charged at mid season rates ** ** Hire of equipment, e.g. cot, highchair is payable locally at 20 Euros per week ** ** Additional cleaning and babysitting can be organised and paid for locally ** ** Airport transfer and car hire services available ** ** We can accept payments by bank transfer in GBP Sterling or Euros ** ** A 200.00 GBP/Euro refundable security deposit is required, payable with final rental payment **
About the neighbourhood
Los Almendros I: This is a popular, well located family friendly urbanisation within walking distance of both the beach and the town. It is a popular choice and people return here year after year. It is situated in the Nueva Alcantara area of San Pedro town and is within easy walking distance to all local amenities including the new Boulevard park area, a vast range of good restaurants, friendly bars, well stocked supermarkets, banks and sports facilities. The quaint village of Cancelada is just a ten minute drive away where you can enjoy a meal in one of the good restaurants. You can reach the popular but unspoilt mountainside village of Benahavis within twenty minutes drive and there you can enjoy a stroll around the pretty squares and art and craft shops and take your choice from the many very good restaurants.
Estepona: This is an extremely pretty town, which has managed to preserve a peaceful atmosphere, and still provides a good example of an Andalucian white village. The town centre has many shops, traditional bars and restaurants offering a wide selection of dishes catering to all tastes. The popular ice cream parlours and tapas bars in and around Old Town (Casco Antiguo) are a must to visit where you can stroll around the pretty Mediterranean squares radiating with great atmosphere. Estepona has a wide, clean, sandy beach called La Rada, which is constantly being awarded the European Blue Flag and has chiringitos (beach bars) dotted all along it and at the far end of the town is Cristo Beach with a gently shelving cove. The pretty tree lined promenade, popular for walking, cycling, running, connects the town with the port and has two childrens' play areas. The port was constructed in 1977 and provides a contrast with the old town. The marina has two sections – one is the fishing port with boats unloading their catch on a daily basis providing local restaurants with fresh produce. The other part of the port is leisure and sport orientated, bustling with a fine selection of bars and restaurants. Dolphin and fishing trips can be booked from one of the agents in the port.
San Pedro: This town sits between Puerto Banus and Estepona. It is an Andalucian style town with an abundance of shops, tapas bars and restaurants. It is only a short stroll from the bustling town centre to the beach, where you will find ample space to soak up the sun and enjoy one of the beach bars which offer a wide range of fish dishes and well as other local delights. San Pedro retains its Spanish atmosphere and is a great contrast to the neighbouring Puerto Banus. The newly opened San Pedro Boulevard provides a great place to take an evening stroll into the town.
Puerto Banus: This is located just 10 minutes from the centre of Marbella, 5 minutes from the town of San Pedro de Alcantara, and 15 minutes from Estepona. Its famous port with luxury yachts, open air bars and restaurants attracts visitors from all over the world. During the day, it is a shopper's paradise with many designer shops, boutiques and El Corte Ingles department store. In the evening, the bars, clubs and restaurants can entertain you throughout the night. There is a multi screen cinema, with at least one film a week in English, regular local boat trips and the popular Saturday market held near the bullring.
How to get there
From major airports, you can fly to Malaga or Gibraltar. From either of these airports, it is approx 30-40 minute drive to Los Almendros, San Pedro on the A-7 coastal road or AP-7 toll road. You can hire a car (we can organise this for you), take a taxi, catch a bus or USE OUR OWN AIRPORT TRANSFER SERVICE (maximum of seven passengers) that will take you directly to your accommodation.
Airport: Malaga /Gibraltar: 60.0 km
Railway: Fuengirola: 30.0 km
Ferry: Malaga: 65.0 km
Fishing Nearby, There Is A Golf Course Within 30 Mins Drive, Horse Riding Nearby, There Are Tennis Courts Nearby, Water Park Nearby, Watersports Nearby, Nearest Beach: 0.2 km