Andalusia, a paradise for connoisseurs and sportsmen, all year round !

I would like to invite you to spend relaxing holidays in this beautiful pine environment. The region around Mijas has a rather subtropical climate. With its 3000 hours of sunshine a year, it is simply wonderfully pleasant!

The idyllic holiday resort of Mijas, probably the most popular white village in Andalusia, is situated slightly elevated, about 10 minutes from the house, on the picturesque Costa del Sol between Malaga and Gibraltar.

Right behind the house there are numerous hiking and cycling routes in the pine tree nature park. Excursion, sport and adventure possibilities are in the immediate vicinity. The famous cities of Seville, Granada, Cordoba, Cadiz, Nerja and the Rock of Gibraltar can be reached within 2 hours.

ANDALUSIA, certainly the most attractive travel and holiday destination on the Spanish mainland, is located in the very south of Spain. The region captivates not only with great cities, but also with wonderful landscapes and beautiful beaches. Moreover, Andalusia is a real adventure land for active holidaymakers and sports enthusiasts.
MALAGA: The birthplace of Pablo Picasso is located in a beautiful bay and is surrounded by the mountains of the Sierra de Mijas and the Montes de Málaga.
CORDOBA: houses the Mezquita, the largest mosque and also the largest temple in the world. The city is world-famous for its leather factories and silversmiths.
GRANADA: The Alhambra Palace, the gardens of the Generalife and the Albaicín quarter stand for the Moorish heritage of today’s predominantly modern university city.
SEVILLA: The heart of Andalusia beats in the city on the Guadalquivir; flamenco is at home here, but so is bullfighting. Old and new combine to form a lively mixture.
CADIZ: Europe’s oldest city is still largely free of mass tourism. The port city lies on a headland in the southwest of the country and is surrounded by the sea on almost all sides.
MARBELLA: Marbella has something of Monaco about it and is one of the most charming towns in the province of Malaga. Puerto Banús is the most glamorous marina in Spain, used mainly by the numerous celebrities. You will find luxury here not only in shopping or at parties, there are hundreds of tapas bars and restaurants of haute cuisine.Diving, by the way, is another attraction of the region.
CAMINO DEL REY: an 8 km long via ferrata and hiking trail, built in gorges over 100 metres high and surrounded by an incredibly beautiful backdrop of vertical mountain walls. It was once considered one of the most dangerous in the world.
RONDA: The beautiful old town on an impressive rock plateau is located directly on a gorge. It is also home to one of the oldest and best-preserved bullrings in the country.
NERJA: A pretty centre, small bathing bays, the aqueduct Aguila and a stalactite cave are the attractions of the dignified holiday resort Nerja.
FUENGIROLA: 10 min. from the house. Ideal for families with children. 7 km of wide sandy beaches, zoo, adventure pool and amusement park.
GIBRALTAR: It is the only place in Europe where monkeys live in the wild. That is why the Rock of Gibraltar (426 m) is also called the “Monkey Rock”. British overseas territory in the south of Spain.
TARIFA: The city of winds and surfers, located on the Strait of Gibraltar. On a clear day, the view goes across to Jbel Musa, the Moses Mountain on the Moroccan coast.
The south of Spain offers perfect conditions for sports and outdoor activities. Many sports such as golf, tennis, horse riding, hiking, biking, kiting, diving can be practiced all year round.