This friendly apartment with southern balcony and 2 bedrooms captivates with its spaciousness and the direct view onto the close beach and the sea. The flat of approx. 88 m² living-space is located in the third floor and is so the penthouse of a three-storey building with lift. In the ground floor is the car park, where is a parking space at your’s disposal. Within 2 minutes walking you reach the wide and 50 km long sandy beach, which is only 50 m far away. From the balcony at the sliding doors of the living-dining-room you look straight on over some low houses directly onto the beach and the blue water of the sea. The views to both sides fall on the small street with its many small shops, restaurants and bars, which passes through this leisurely part of Torrox-Costa.
|rooms:||2 bedrooms with 1 double bed and 2 single beds, living-dining-room with double sofabed as well as dining area in front of the southern balcony, fitted kitchen with electric ceramic hob, dining table and separate laundry, complete bath, living-space approx. 88 m², balcony approx. 6 m²|
|journey there:||airport Malaga, from there approx. 50 minutes by hire car|
|max. number of persons:||6 persons|
For more information click on the following blue titles:
The best climate of Europe
Torrox-Pueblo enjoys the charm and beauty of the Andalusian white towns, and the ideal conditions to enjoy the sea and sunshine on its Mediterranean coast. A bright typical town, beaches of crystal clear waters, a natural surrounding that holds most of its virginity and an ideal infrastructure make Torrox a place with all the comforts but lacking the exhausting massiveness of other touristic destinations.
Sun and beach all year long
At only 45 kms away from Malaga International Airport and 10 kms from the famous Nerja Caves, Torrox offers 9 kms of wide sandy beaches, where the visitor finds the most complete services and facilities for his comfort and security.
Restaurants, beach bars, souvenirs kiosks and recreation and sport centres, that make Torrox the ideal destination to enjoy the sunshine during all four seasons of the year.
Two thousand years of history
The Romans were the first ones to leave their mark on the Torrox coast, where still remain ruins of a village, baths, necropolis and a ceramic factory. Referred to with its actual name in the Arab books of the XIth century, the Moorish occupation left its trademark in the town’s layout, its narrow inclined streets, it whitewashed walls and a symphony of flowers and pots.
You can still admire parts of the old walls and towers of the castle where Almanzor was born and the coastal watch towers of “El Morche” and “Caleceite”. From the Christian times are the Our Lady of the Snow and Saint Roque hermitages and the impressive Our Lady of the Incarnation church, built on top of the old mosque and rebuilt in the XIXth century. Remains of the Saint Joseph’s hospital (XVIIIth century); as well as the “Perez” mill and the “Santa Rosa” sugar mill; and the majestic mansions of “La Moneda” (XVIIIth century) and of “La Hoya” (XIXth century), where King Alphonse the XIIth, used to stay, are whitnesses of an active and eloquent past.
A tradition always present
Torrox is a town of deep traditions and multiple festivities. The austere but emotive Holy Week and Corpus; The Crosses of May; the patron’s festivities of Our Lady of Snow ans Saint Roque (August 5th), Güi’s Fandangos; “La Candelaria” with its traditional pyres in the mountain farmhouses (7th and 8th of September); the local fairs of Torrox (October 5th) and El Morche (August 15th); the Saint John’s Night (June 24th) and the world known festival of the “Migas” (last Sunday before Christmas), are moments of gathering where you dance and sing, try their traditional dishes and taste their local sweet wine, still made the old artisan way.
Torrox-Costa lies in contrast to Torrox-Pueblo direct on the 9 km long sandy beach. It is a popular holiday resort for English, Spanish and German tourists where are a lot of international institutions (restaurants, shops, medical center). The beach and the water are so clean that the European Union has award Torrox-Costa repeatedly the Blue Flag. The very long promenade with its countless bars invites to go for a stroll in the evenings. But also on both sides of the main street, which leads through the long village, several shops, supermarkets and restaurants take care of comfortable shopping and diversion.
instructions for the calculation
The prices are always effective per day and lodging (NEVER per person, NEVER per night).
Every day counts like a complete day, also the day of arrival as well as the day of departure, because the lodging will be only at yours disposal during these days. So there are no fixed hours for entering and leaving the lodging, will say our guests can move in also in the mornings and depart in the evenings to enjoy their holidays from the first until the last minute.
Price per day and lodging (NOT per person, NOT per night):
|Atalaya 3 E|
|October - May:||
from a 7-days-stay up: 38 Euro
from a 15-days-stay up: 33 Euro
|June and September:||
from a 7-days-stay up: 66 Euro
from a 15-days-stay up: 60 Euro
from a 7-days-stay up: 71 Euro
from a 15-days-stay up: 64 Euro
from a 7-days-stay up: 77 Euro
from a 15-days-stay up: 71 Euro
|minimum rent:||7 days, beyond it any number of days is possible|
|short-term or long-term stays:||offer on request (inform please of the name of the lodging)|
|additional costs for water and electricity:||
from October until May plus global price of 2 Euro per day
from June until September including these costs
|additional costs for gas:||a full bottle of gas will be available without costs, each one more has to buy the client|
|final cleaning (once per stay):||75 Euro|
|arrival and departure:||don’t depend on a certain day|
I always try to update the availability calendar as quick as possible. But it is not guaranteed that exactly in this moment it shows the current availability.
Please call me or send me an email and I will answer within short time.
GREEN = available
RED = booked (also the days in two colours)