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Casa Marmol is a beautiful town house providing peaceful tranquility. Ideally situated to explore the surrounding areas in beautiful inland Andalucia, but still not too far from the beach for a day out. We have aimed to provide comfortable, cool and relaxed living, enabling you to sit back and enjoy your holiday.
Rental periods - prices are in British Pounds (£)
January/February (excl. New Year)
March - June
November/December (excl. Xmas)
Christmas and New Year weeks
Bedroom 1 with double bed
Bedroom 2 with double bed
Bedroom 3 with twin beds
Bathroom with bath/shower over, wc, bidet and wash basin.
Comfortable living room with window to the front and cool tiled floors. TV (Spanish terrestrial), multi-region DVD player + choice of films for all ages, Nintendo with selection of games.
Dining room has a large table, perfect for long relaxing dinners.
All linen and towels (except beach towels) included.
Notes on accommodation
Please let us know if you need cots/high chairs in advance.
Antequera is built on several hills, and as with many properties in the town, parking is not available directly outside the house (although there is free parking close by). We also have a garage parking space just a couple of minutes walk from the house for your use.
The cool lower patio is covered by an awning to keep the midday sun off when having those al fresco lunches. Patio furniture and stairs to upper patio.
The upper patio has a selection of fruit trees (including lemon), offering the chance to sit in the shade and relax.
A barbecue is provided.
Approximately 50 minutes drive from the beaches at Torremolinos.
Malaga airport is approximately 45 minutes drive from the property, with Granada airport approximately 55 minutes drive.
Car hire is advisable, although Antequera has a main line train station.
Centre of town is approxmately 5-10 minutes walk. Seville 1.5 hours drive, Granada 1 hour drive, Malaga 45 minutes drive.
Antequera has much to offer everyone and is a bustling town with markets, narrow streets, restaurants, bars and, of course, the bullring â?? traditional in most large provincial towns. Local attractions are the lakes and El Torcal mountains to the south and the lagoon at Fuente Piedra, a place of great ecological interest, with its many flamingoes.
Antequera is a place of great historical interest with a combination of pre-historic, Roman and Moorish influence. The town has grown from a Moslem city in the 14th-century to the Christian Antequera of today and original castle remains can still be seen, alongside Renaissance and Baroque-style civil and religious buildings.
Antequera is located to the north of the Sierra del Torcal mountains and is ideally situated, with autovia access to Seville, Cordoba and Granada and is approximately 45 minutes from the coast and airport at Malaga. There are many small outlying attractive white-washed villages where large amounts of land have been given over to olives and cereals and this constitutes the main farming output.