La Almona Chica
Holiday Cottages in the heart of Andalusia
Five beautifully appointed self-catering holiday cottages beside the village of El Chorro in the province of Malaga.
A stunning setting amid strikingly varied natural landscape: soaring mountains and sheer cliffs, fertile citrus valleys, olive groves, rivers, lakes, fields and forests. Yet just a one hour drive inland from the Costa del Sol and from the attractions of Malaga, Marbella and Ronda and just a two hour drive away from the great cultural cities of Seville, Cordoba and Granada. El Chorro also has its own railway station.
Andalusia has an enviable climate with an annual average of well over 300 days of sunshine. At the height of summer the days are hot and the nights balmy while the deep winter months offer warm days and cool nights. Times in between are close to just perfect. There is no high or low season to what is on offer: just a seasonally changing natural backdrop.
Each kitchen is equipped with essential supplies and cooking utensils
Wifi is available in all areas and is
free of charge.
Beautiful Spanish garden with a ever changing backdrop.
Well-behaved pets are very welcome, except for the pool area.
Outdoor pool area with sun loungers and umbrellas for your relaxation.
Free private and accessible parking is available on site.
THINGS TO DO
El Caminito del Rey
The King's Walkway - originally opened in 1905 and used by King Alfonso XIII, the dramatic six kilometre pathway clinging to the cliffs of El Chorro was fully restored in 2015.
Via Ferrata - among the finest rock climbing areas in Southern Europe.
Horse riding, hiking, golf, kayaking, cycling and mountain biking.
Historic and pre-historic sites
Ronda, Antequera, Malaga, Sevilla, Cordoba and Granada - cultural gems all within easy driving distance.
Wild swimming in the beautiful emerald lakes in the area known as 'the Malaga Lake District'.
“Ela and David are very attentive hosts, the property is rustic and charming, well equipped and in a good location. The mandarins Ela gave us from her orchard were gorgeous and a thoughtful touch.”