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Beach holidays not for you? - Prefer not to be pestered by time share salesmen? Ears assailed by loud pop music? - Been on one too many 'holidays from hell? - A great break in "the Real Spain" appeal? Well then, it sounds to us like you need to make a rest-cure visit to our little piece of paradise & book a great holiday at Casa Cuatro, Antequera, in Real Spain, Real Soon!
Been there? . . . Seen it all?
If you think you have seen all that Spain has to offer, or maybe you feel that it is a
country able only to provide sun, sand, Sangria and silly hats on even sillier people, you need to think again.
With it's great vistas of the ancient Alcazaba from the large roof terrace (see pictures), two roomy double bedrooms, both with French windows and Juliet balconies, large family full bathroom with shower and bidet, second bathroom & shower, large modern and fully equipped kitchen, nice comfy salon-diner with two triple glazed windows, Casa Cuatro is "modern life in an ancient city". It is situated in the popular 'barrio de San Juan' residential area in the "Zona de Monumental" of the historical Spanish city of Antequera, in Andalucia.
If it's golfing you want, it's within 5 to 10 mins drive of one of the best golf courses in Spain.
It is available for short (minimum 1 week), Summer breaks, and longer winter breaks (up to 3 months) at competitive rentals, it is ideal for city breaks in Spain.
Most self-catering accommodation in the region of Antequera, is just that! - "in the region of . . .". Casa Cuatro is actually right in the city itself, so the main
street with all it's life and amenity is a short 10 min walk away
And, being in the 'Zona Antiguo', it is right in the midst of many of Spain's most ancient buildings and monuments, such as the Alcazaba, which originates back to Moorish Iberia, and close to all amenities including, fine restaurants, tapas bars, cafes and shops and stores. See it all plus full booking calendar at
town and location of object
It is situated in the popular 'barrio de San Juan' residential area in the "Zona de Monumental" of the historical Spanish city of Antequera, in Andalucia.
See it all plus full area and restaurants, sightseeing information, terms & conditions and booking calendar at
Antequera , Málaga , Andalusia , Spain
If you've been to Ronda, Arcos and Alhaurin el Grande and think you don't need to see another Andalucian white town you would be wrong.
Antequera has lots more to offer you than you have already seen!
If you like fine church architecture, or just fine buildings in beautiful surroundings, good food, great wine, nice people and the enjoyment of an ideal city break destination, this is where you might just have struck lucky!
A city break in 'RealSpain' in Antequera will open your eyes to what Spain is really all about!
With it's fabulous and manifold churches and ancient monuments and architecture, the historic city of Antequera, in the province of Malaga, Andalucia (Andalusia), in southern Spain, is truly a hidden gem.
It lies at the crossroads of major highways and train links between Granada - Malaga - Seville - Cordoba and Huelva. It is also on the main AVE high speed train link from Malaga to Madrid, and indeed, this makes the centre of Madrid, a mere 2 hours travelling time away.
Antequera an ideal city break destination with it's proximity to some of Spain's most prominent historical cites, along with it's own abundance of some of the best sights and experiences in Spain.
Take for example it's many ancient and splendid churches and convents, pre-historic caves, or El Torcal (amazing antediluvian rock formations), with tremendous vistas of the Costa del Sol over 50km away .
Antequera, as well as being one of the best kept towns in Andalucia, is also one of Spain's best kept secrets! "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".
arrival and distances
Distance to next airport: Malaga International
- 45 km
Distance to next railway station: Antequera
- 3 km
Distance to next motorway: A45 - Antequera
- 3 km
Distance to next Shop: 0.2 km
Sport facilities nearby
fishing, climbing, biking, golf, horse riding, swimming, sailing, Tennis, hiking,
Type of holiday
- relaxation holiday
- golf holiday
- cultural and sightseeing holiday
- romantic holiday
- city holiday
- hiking holiday
Total number of sleeping facilities: 2
bathrooms and WCs
number of bathrooms: 2
- 1 bathrooms with shower
- 1 bathrooms with shower and tub
- 2 seperate WC(s)
External facilities of object
- car Parking
Internal facilities of object
Machines and equipment
- bed linen provided
- towels provided
- audio tape player
- washing machine
- 2 ring stove
- 4 ring stove
- single ring stove
- long term rental possible
- only for non-smokers
- pets negotiable
- seniors suitable for
- children not suitable
- handicapped not suitable
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.
Driving from Malaga, and the nearest international airport, the first sighting of Antequera in the distance is that of a typical medieval town, with the spires of her many churches and the walls and towers of the great Moorish fortress silhouetted against the sky. Spread out
in the valley below lie rich farmlands irrigated by the Guadalhorce River. For centuries this has been one of Andalucía's most fertile areas, and is currently a leading producer of asparagus, cereals and olives. In summer, its fields turn brilliant yellow with sunflowers.
The town and valley are overlooked by an enormous crag of limestone, 880 metres high, called La Peña de los Enamorados, or "The Lovers' Leap".
The name comes from a local legend about an impossible love affair between a young Christian man from Antequera and a beautiful Moorish girl from nearby Archidona, who were driven to the top of the cliff by the Moorish soldiers, where, rather than renounce their love, they chose to hurl themselves into the abyss below Incidentally, on a lighter note, the feature is known by many of the expat locals as the 'Indian Rock', because of it's resemblance to the face in profile of a North American
Well worth a visit for a day, week or even longer if you are a golfer. Antequera hosts one of the best Golf courses in the region, along with it's own 4 star hotel.
Minimum rental: 423 Euro per object per week
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