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Master bedroom with king size bed en-suite bathroom with full size bath, toilet and sink unit finished in white and chrome. Second bedroom with double bed and next to family bathroom with shower, toilet and sink unit finished in white and chrome. Fully fitted kitchen with dining area and lounge with flat screen TV, DVD player, selection of DVD's and books. Patio doors to balcony with outside dining table and chairs. Balcony faces south with sun all day and stunning views.

Superb views over mountains and countryside. Approx 1 hour from Malaga, Sevilla or Jerez airports. 5 mins to local village of Pruna or 10 mins Olvera for even more shopping, sight-seeing, horse riding, bicycle hire, Castles, Churches etc..Ideal Spanish holiday for peace and quiet and relaxation. plenty to do locally and in the evening watch the magical sunsets from the balcony.  A fantastic get away for all, plenty of activities in the local area for all the family or visit nearby towns and cities. A family holiday to remember, also something special for the romantic couples. In all this is a dream holiday away from the mad crowds yet 5 mins to the villages of Pruna,[ Seville province] and 10 mins Olvera, [Cadiz province] approx 1 hour to the medieval cities of Ronda, Jerez, Sevilla and Malaga. You could visit all these wonderful historic cities or just spend your holiday relaxing. We provide a welcome pack on your arrival for hot and cold refreshments including wines and a bottle of bubbly. All our visitors have loved feeding and petting our donkey called DonQui and we have managed to rescue a friend for him and he is called Silver. They both came from the Rescue centre and were badly treated in the past, but now have a safe and loving home. Baby travel cot also available, Baby sheets not provided as Mum's like to bring babies things. Towels and lined included and changed weekly. If you are here for 1 week and you wish midweek bedding and towels change available at 10 euro per bed/bathroom. All linen and towels provided are of high quality.

All major credit cards taken.20% on booking, final payment 8 weeks before arrival
Paying by Credit card :-Refundable deposit of 300 euro against breakage/damage etc.
Refundable deposit returned within 5 days direct to your credit card.

Bargain Winter lets including Christmas and New year

The local village has supermarkets, banks, bars and restaurants. Also a very large supermarket 10 mins away. The various activities for sight seeing include bird watching, horse riding, wolf park, cycle  and walking paths and routes, vulture feeding stations as they are a protected bird in Spain. Lakes approx 30 mins away with bars overlooking the lakes or take a picnic and sit and relax or enjoy watching or taking part in the fishing and canoeing. Christmas and New Year in real Spain. Watch the parades along the village streets, hear the joyful laughter of the children, fireworks and the 3 Kings. Wonderful times to remember. Don't go without your traditional Christmas feast either. A special Christmas welcome pack awaits your arrival. The village feria is in August, this is a wonderful time for seeing all the Spanish in their finest Spanish dresses and enjoy the evening at the fairs. The first Sunday in May is Romeria, this is when the whole village of Pruna go to the little church in the countryside with wines, BBQ´s and eat, drink and dance all day, it is a wonderful sight watching the oxen pull the Virgin Mary while the locals invite you to eat, drink and try all their tapas. Easter is also a spectacular time in Spain with all the fantastic parades.

Cathedrals, castles, sherry and wine tasting places to visit. Or walking on the famous Via Verde an old railway station and line more than 23km for walks and cycle riding or just sit there and watch the World go by over a few coffees. Not forgetting the Jerez Grand Prix circuit for motor sport just approx 40 mins away.  
Further details available on request.

The indoor patio is available by special arrangement

Pruna is a lovely white village with friendly people. Olvera is also an historical town well worth a visit. A glorious castle and cathedral stand on the top of this welcoming town with superb walking area and sight seeing, don't forget to pick up the local olive oil from both these villages. Plenty of bars for tapas or full breakfast, market days are fun and you can pickup fresh fruit and veg, plenty of bargains.

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The Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art performs a spectacular equestrian ballet accompanied by traditional Spanish music with riders dressed in 18th Century style costumes. Six choreographed "How the Horses Dance" routines using movements based upon Classic Dressage, Doma Vaquera. A dazzling show with riders and horses in perfect harmony. A visit to the González Byass TIO PEPE winery in Jerez will transport you back in time to Jerez in the 19th century, although a fine glass of Tío Pepe sherry will soon bring you back to the present… Harveys Bristol Cream is still the best-selling sherry in the world. The company dates from 1796, when it was founded by John Harvey in, you guessed it, Bristol. Throughout the 19th century Harvey imported sherry from Spain to UK, and distributed it around the world. Then, in the 1970s, the company decided to invest in its own bodegas in Jerez, buying traditional Jerezano wine-making premises, thereby converting itself from importer to producer. John Harvey is now owned by Allied Domecq, which also owns Pedro Domecq. Jerez also has a famous Clock Museum { but don´t go on the hour when they are striking!!]

Alcázar Sights across the entire Spanish south have been shaped by centuries of Moorish and Catholic influence, and in few places is this more evident and captivating than at the Alcázar of Seville. This palace—or a version of it, anyway—started to take shape as a fort in the 10th century under Muslim rule. Over time, many updates and additions were made (think palace halls, courtyards and gardens), especially by the Catholic monarchs, who still use it to this day, thus making it one of the oldest royal palaces of its kind in Europe. The Cathedral of Santa Maria is the biggest in Spain and is where Christopher Columbus is buried and his tomb is always of great interest to visitors. The Giralda tower is an ancient Arabic minaret and symbol of the city, dominating the city skyline. This magnificent structure has been used a inspiration for similar architecture in Rabat and Marrakech.

An Arabic palace from the 14th century, the Royal Alcazar was originally a Moorish fortress. Nowadays the Alcazar is residence of the Spanish kings.

Settled by the Phoenicians around the 7th century BC, later conquered by the Muslims and finally settling under Spanish rule, Ronda has had a long and varied history marked by war, trade, and geographic wonder.  Today, most visit the small town of Ronda in order to enjoy is rustic charms, photograph the dramatic landscape and taste some of the local wineries of the region. Upon arrival in Ronda, many note the El Tajo gorge that splits the town into old and new districts, and the Punte Nuevo bridge connecting the two. A photographic delight, the gorge and the bridge create a dramatic backdrop for this small town, and a walk across is enjoyed by many who wish to visit the Islamic old town. Also in the Islamic Old Town, visitors can visit the building where three generations of the Romero family established what is modern day bullfighting and see some of the ancient (14th century) baths that are still in operation today.

A visit to this historical Andalucían town is a journey almost 5,000 years back in time, beginning with the Bronze Age and the native Iberians. The timeline is there to be followed in this fascinating city's profusion of burial mounds, dolmens, Roman baths, a Moorish Castle, Gothic churches, Renaissance fountains and baroque bell towers. Are you looking for a new destination for a day out? Witness wolves in an exceptional environment that lets no doubt that animal in captivity do have a chance to live in a semi-natural habitat. A short distance from Antequera you will find the Lobo Park, where you may look at a wolf eye to eye for the first time in your life – an unforgettable emotional experience!

Explore the Mezquita, Cordoba’s stunning cathedral-mosque, on a 2-hour walking tour! The grand dame of the city boasts a history that dates back to the days of AD 600, serving stints as both a Christian church and a mosque. Admire contrasting architecture like Mudejar, Baroque, Renaissance and Byzantine while exploring rooms such as the maksura and the Christian chapels. The tour finishes with a walk to one of Cordoba’s pretty patios to sample a glass of local Montilla-Moriles wine. Cordoba is a captivating Andalusian city with many attractive monuments, including its Alcazar fort and gardens, mosque, cathedral, synagogue and Jewish quarter. You'll discover a beautiful network of streets, alleys, squares and whitewashed courtyards, reflecting the importance of Cordoba in the medieval period.

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