Casa Catalina < Polopos < Costa Tropical < Granada < Andalusia < Spain
Washing machine, table lamps, yoga mat, exercise balls, a full bookshelf, radio/cassette/CD player, a standard water filter. Three electric fans for Summer use, and for Winter a wood-burning stove, calor-gas and halogen heaters.
Sheets and towels (not beach towels) are provided, as are some milk, wine and bread to greet you on arrival.
*Café-Bar, with delicious tapas, both indoors and on the terrace
*Wine Museum, open for visitors on request
*Women’s Association, organizes outings and events
*Free Spanish classes, courtesy of local authority
*Bread van, mid-mornings
*Fruit & Veg van, and stalls, Saturday mornings; *fish van sporadically
church with Sunday services (see picture below)
(see picture below)
*Massage therapy, highly recommended, with local British resident
Some local amenities,
(apart from the Summer Fiestas and seasonal activities)
*Walking… the cork forest, deserted village, down to La Mamola, etc.etc.
*Bird-watching ...over 100 species! bee-eaters, hoopoes, nightingales, warblers
*Numerous coves and beaches, Salobrena being particularly attractive
*Swimming-pool/eatery at Castillo de Banos campsite just 10k down the hill
*Many excellent eateries, and shops, in nearby La Mamola and Castell de Ferro
*A large supermarket, 'Al Campo', in Motril, with its own drive-in from the motorway.
*Mini retail therapy? Rugs? Visit Pampaneira, Bubion and Capileira, off Orgiva
bathing in Alhama, near Granada
*last but not least… the utterly incomparable Alhambra Palace in Granada.
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Languages spoken: English, Spanish, German, French
* with Casa Verde next
door, sleeps 5
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