Would you like to holiday in one of Mijas’ traditional cave houses? Now is your opportunity to do so. Set in one of the quieter streets but just 5 minutes’ walk to the centre you will find this high quality house, comfortably furnished and filled with quaint and quirky features.
As is typical of village houses you enter directly into the open plan lounge/dining area. The lounge ahas an L shaped sofa which can fold down to both single and double sofa beds while the dining area has a dining table and 6 chairs. Just off the dining area is the kitchen which is equipped with oven, gas hob, microwave and fridge freezer. At the rear of the ground floor is an area with table and chairs which leads through to the cave with seating area. The cave will be wonderful to sit in on the hottest days of the year. Also on this floor is a bathroom with walk in shower cubicle.
Stairs lead up to the first floor with its spacious double bedroom with sea views. There is a floor second bathroom with walk in shower and in the hallway a double sofa bed.
A further staircase leads up to the roof terrace where you can enjoy stunning views over the Mediterranean and Mijas itself. There is a hammock and table and chairs. The laundry room is also set on the roof terrace.
If you want to rent the apartment for 4 weeks or more please enquire as we can offer a specially discounted price.
Thanks to the climate and its magnificent location, Mijas has become an extremely popular tourist resort to the extent that today many foreigners have taken up full-time residence there (there are 78 different nationalities represented according to the official register). However, the climate and the location are not the only factors that have created this interest for Mijas. The town has a living museum in its streets with the remains of the Arab defence wall that was part of the fortress that was almost completely destroyed in the Reconquest, the belfry of the Inmaculada Concepción church and the Ermita del Calvario are some excellent examples. Anyway, to get to know Mijas well the best thing to do is to take a stroll through “ El Barrio”, which is the most ancient quarter of the town. It maintains the typical white-washed walled houses, flower potted-walls and wrought-iron balconies draped in flowers, which are so characteristic of Andalusia. There are even some houses that have made the most of the nature and carved caves out of the rock to then turn them into cave-houses.
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