The swimming pool has a shallow end, with steps in the water, to make it easy for you to get in/out. There is also a shaded Jaccuzi for those lazy moments. The Pool is just 100 m.
The front door to the property leads into this large open comfortable space, with high ceilings and double aspect windows, so there is plenty of light. There is satellite TV and a DVD player. DVDs can be borrowed from the owners at no extra charge.
There is an authentic-looking gas log burner, to take the chill off the room if it's a bit nippy at night.
For your comfort, there are three leather sofas; 2 two seater sofas and 1 three seater.
We have retained as many of the original features as possible and this room benefits from many, which include the recess on the side wall; a small archway to a little hide-away and a beam above the door to the hallway.
For total privacy and to keep the heat out during the day, the windows have been fitted with â€˜persianas'/blinds, typically found in Spanish homes. These are roller shutters which completely block out the light, so if you're trying to watch TV during the day and the sun is beating down, you don't have to worry about trying to pull the curtains across to stop the glare on the screen.
The photograph does not do this room justice. It has a true wow factor.
This is a newly fitted kitchen, incorporating a dishwasher, microwave combi oven/grill, oven and hob, extractor hood, electric kettle, toaster, frid
This holiday house in La Atalaya is pet / dog friendly.
Most visitors make for Granada and the Alhambra Palace which is stunning but please be aware that as this has been listed in the past for the revised Wonders of the World, bookings are almost certainly required www.alhambratickets.com Agents speak most EU languages.
Cordoba is well worth a visit for its mighty Mezquita Cathedral and Mosque. To the West of the City you will also find Alcazar Gardens and the Medina Azahara; all approx one and a half hours away. Seville is approximately two hours away and is the cultural heart of Andalucia, with its imposing Cathedral, Giralda Tower, Real Alcazar and Plaza de Espana and also the 'La Isla Magica' theme park, with many of white knuckle rides for kids of all ages.
Málaga is about an hour away with the old Moorish Fortress known as the Alcazaba where you can walk the ramparts and view the walled gardens. The Picasso Museum is also a must for all art lovers www.museupicasso.bcn.es