One-Week Stay on the Costa Del Sol
Spoil you and your friends with one week's accommodation for up to 8 people in a fabulous house on the Costa del Sol, Spain!
This beautiful, air conditioned 5 bed, 3 bath townhouse, sleeping up to 8 people, is in a private residential, gated complex with access controlled security and underground parking. It is perfectly situated near to Los Flamingos Golf and Country Club, just 800 metres from the beach, and set amidst the foothills of the Sierra Blanca mountains just 7 minutes from the famous Puerto Banus Harbour.
The house boasts a superb roof top solarium, 3 further terraces and a large communal swimming pool for residents only. The house offers a wonderful combination of breathtaking views, tranquillity and easy access to some of Europe’s finest and most varied nightlife, restaurants and bars. It is an ideal base for anyone wanting a quality relaxing holiday. Free WIFI is included.
Terms and Conditions:
- The week can be taken, subject to availability, at any time in the 24 months from 01.01.2021, except for July and August.
- No single sex groups under 35 years old.
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