Sommerhus til maks. 6 personer

Stort og komfortabelt feriehus i Estepona, Andalusien, Spanien med plads til 6 personer. Huset er beliggende i et bakket og landligt område, tæt på golfbanen og 3 km fra Los GranadosPlaya's stranden.

Feriehuset har 3 soveværelser og 2 badeværelser, fordelt på 2 etager. Komforten og nærheden af stranden, sportsfaciliteter og steder at gå ud gør til det ideelle feriehuset til at nyde ferien i Spanien med familie eller venner.

Interiør af feriehuset

  • feriehus på 2 etager
  • 3 soveværelser og 2 badeværelser
  • satellit antenne
  • vaskerum med vaskemaskine

Soveværelser og badeværelser

  • soveværelse med dobbeltseng, aircondition og badeværelse en-suite
  • soveværelse med dobbeltseng
  • soveværelse med 2 enkeltsenge og aircondition
  • badeværelse med dobbelt håndvask og toilet
  • badeværelse med enkelt håndvask og toilet

Eksteriør af feriehuset

  • lukket grund
  • private garageplads

Mere information

  • nærmeste by: Estepona (i en 10 kilometer radius fra feriehuset)
  • nærmeste flod bank eller bredden: Middelandse zee (i en 3 kilometer radius fra feriehuset)
  • nærmeste strand: Los GranadosPlaya (i en 3 kilometer radius fra feriehuset)
  • nærmeste havn: Puerto de Estepona (i en 10 kilometer radius fra feriehuset)
  • nærmeste lufthavn: Aeropuerto Malaga (i en 100 kilometer radius fra feriehuset)
  • 2. nærmeste lufthavn: Aeropuerto Gibraltar (i en 50 kilometer radius fra feriehuset)
  • rygning ingen tilladt
  • kæledyr ikke tilladt
  • Bygningen, hvor boligen ligger, har en elevator.
  • Boligen er meget velegnet til familier med børn

Egenskaber og tjenester der er inkluderet i lejeprisen af feriehuset

  • internet (WiFi)
  • støvsuger og strygejern og strygebræt
  • sengelinned og håndklæder
  • elvarme

Egenskaber og tjenester mod merpris

  • aircondition
  • ekstra seng og barneseng/baby seng (om efterspørgslen)

Underholdning og fritidsaktiviteter til ferien i Estepona, Andalusien

  • bar (i en 1000 meter radius fra huset)
  • gåtur (i en 5 kilometer radius fra huset)

Seværdigheder og kultur i Estepona, Andalusien

  • historiske sted (Casco Antiguo Marbella) (i en 25 kilometer radius fra boligen)


  • golf (Resina Golf) og vandring/hiking (i en 1000 meter radius fra feriehuset)
  • snorkling (i en 5 kilometer radius fra feriehuset)

Officielt identifikationsnummer bolig nummer: VFT/MA/33131


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Priser i € per Uge
Fra Til
05/09/2020 10/10/2020 € 1,323
10/10/2020 07/11/2020 € 1,239
07/11/2020 14/12/2020 € 994
14/12/2020 09/01/2021 € 1,239
09/01/2021 21/03/2021 € 994
21/03/2021 23/05/2021 € 1,239
23/05/2021 27/06/2021 € 1,239
27/06/2021 25/07/2021 € 1,764
25/07/2021 22/08/2021 € 1,869
22/08/2021 05/09/2021 € 1,764
05/09/2021 10/10/2021 € 1,239
10/10/2021 07/11/2021 € 1,239
07/11/2021 14/12/2021 € 994
14/12/2021 09/01/2022 € 1,239
Service inkluderet i lejeprisen
Valgfrie ekstraydelser
airbed inkl. linned € 49.00 per bestilling
Badehåndklæder € 5.00 per person
Barneseng inklusive linned € 39.00 per bestilling
High chair € 15.00 per bestilling
Købmandspakke € 40.00 per bestilling

* gælder i visse årstider



  • Feriebolig for det angivne antal personer
  • Feriebolig på 2. sal
  • Online rådigheds kalender
  • Elevator
  • Air condition
  • Varme
  • Internet adgang
  • Kabel/satelit TV
  • Washing machine
  • Television
  • Microbølge ovn
  • Opvaskemaskine
  • Linned inkluderet i lejeprisen
  • Håndklæder
  • Røgfri feriebolig
  • Garage
  • Golf bane indenfor 500 m.
  • Vandrestier indenfor 500 m.
  • Snorkling indenfor 3 km.
  • Kort


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    General information on Spain

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    Languages in Spain

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    Valencian, which is spoken in the Comunidad Valenciana, is a derivative of Catalan. Catalan is spoken by a little more than 18% of the total population of Spain (roughly 7.5 million people), in Catalonia, the Balearic Islands, and in the Comunidad Valenciana. Strictly speaking, the Catalán spoken in Valencia is not actually Catalan, but a language in itself, called Valencian. Recently however, the differences between the two have become fewer, and the language is increasingly recognized as Catalan.

    The siesta

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    National and local holidays

    • January 1 - New Years Day (Año Nuevo)
    • January 6 - Three Kings (Epifanía del Señor)
    • March - San José
    • April - Holy week (Semana Santa)
    • April - Holy Thursday (Jueves Santo)
    • April - Good Friday (Viernes Santo)
    • April - Easter (Pascua)
    • April - Easter Monday (Lunes de Pascua): only in Catalonia, Basque Country, La Rioja, Autonomic Region of Valencia, Palma de Mallorca and Pamplona.
    • May 1 - Labour Day (Fiesta del Trabajo)
    • May - Pentecost (Pentecostés)
    • June - Corpus Christi
    • August - Assumption (Asunción de la Virgen)
    • October 12 - Columbus Day (Día de la Hispanidad)
    • November - All Saints´ Day (Todos los Santos)
    • December - Constitution Day (Día de la Constitución Española)
    • December Maria - Immaculate Conception (Inmaculada Concepción)
    • December 25 - Christmas (Navidad)
    • December Boxing Day/St. Stephen’s Day (San Estebán): only in Catalonia and Balearic Islands.

    Sagrada Familia - Barcelona - SpainThere are so many different official regional holidays in Spain that there is virtually no exhaustive list to cover them all. The most widely recognized and celebrated holidays are:

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    • The April Festival in Seville
    • Diada de la Mercè in Barcelona and surrounding areas
    • San Juan (Saint John) in Alicante and surrounding areas
    • El Pilar in Zaragoza
    • Celebration of San Fermín in Pamplona
    • The Cádiz, Sitges and Tenerife carnivals
    • The Tomato Festival in Buñol