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Villages, Towns & Cities

Holiday home La Flamenca is within easy reach of many pretty towns, white washed villages,  and historic cities. You will find some of our favorites below.

White washed village of Comares

Comares - 4 min drive

This spectacular white washed village, clinging to the rocky mountain top, can be seen from miles around. It is one of the last Moorish strongholds in Spain. From the village there are incredible views in every direction.

Castle of Velez Malaga

Velez-Malaga - 30 min drive

This is the interesting and historic capital of the Axarquia, a region east of Malaga city. It features a castle, lots of winding streets and a good selection of shops, bars and restaurants.

Torre del Mar

Torre del Mar - 35 min drive

Torre del Mar is a seaside resort which is popular with Spanish tourists. There are plenty of beaches to choose from and the fresh seafood at the ¨Chiringuitos¨ (beach restaurants) is fantastic!

Catedral Malaga

Malaga city - 50 min drive

The capital of the Costa del Sol features some spectacular sights like the cathedral, the Picasso museum, the Gibralfaro castle, the Roman amphitheatre, and the Alcazaba. It is a great place for shopping, and to enjoy food and drinks.

Pedestrian area Nerja

Nerja - 50 min drive

Nerja is a fishers town at the sea and a very popular tourist destination. It has populair beaches such as Burriana beach, plenty of restaurants and the famous Nerja Caves.

Antequera

Antequera - 65 min drive

This town dates back to Roman times. The town centre features interesting Baroque architecture, a Moorish castle, and pretty winding streets. There is an fun wolf park nearby.

Alhambra Granada

Granada - 105 min drive

Granada is full of historic architecture, narrow streets and shady plazas. Granada's most famous attraction is the ancient Alhambra palace, with stunning gardens and views over the city. Tickets to the Alhambra should be booked in advance, as they are often sold out, especially during the high season.

Cordoba

Cordoba - 120 min drive

Cordoba boasts some great historic attractions, including the famous Mezquita - a massive medieval Islamic palace, the Alcazar De Los Reyes Cristianos, and the Jewish Quarter. Plenty of good bars and restaurants to try the typical cold soup called Salmorejo.

Seville

Seville - 150 min drive

Seville is the capital of Andalusia and has a beautiful colossal Gothic cathedral, the Mudéjar palace Alcazar Real, baroque churches, and winding medieval streets. It is a bustling city with lots to see and do.

What they say

Wonderful place - amazing setting with stunning views. The pool area is lovely with plenty of space for relaxing or alfresco dining and is right outside the back door and ground floor terrace.

Jen

100% recommended if you are looking for a quiet place, where you can relax and enjoy the outdoors.

Inma
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