Casa Esmeralda

From $1,618 / week

Description from the manager

  • House
  • 5 bedrooms
  • 3 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 10

Bedrooms: 5

Bathrooms: 3

Sleeps: 10

Type: House

Casa Esmeralda

Situated in Sotogrande, in the heart of the Costa del Sol's premier golfing area, the house is surrounded by mature gardens with shrubs and trees. There are steps down to the pool and sun terrace, which enjoy all day sunshine in summer. A covered terrace outside the lounge provides shade during the heat of the day for outdoor dining or relaxing. Central heating is an option for cooler evenings.

Set on a hill, with views across two golf courses, to the mountains and the sea, the house has a first floor master bedroom with en suite, and adjacent room with double sofa bed, and one double and two twin bedrooms on the ground floor. The house can accommodate ...Read more

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Casa Esmeralda
Sotogrande, Andalusia, Spain

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Sotogrande was created for luxury living. Its marina, within ten minutes drive of the house, has mooring for numerous luxury boats, and its bars and restaurants offer a range of facilities from tapas to fine dining. Strolling around the marina on a sunny evening is a very pleasant experience. There are three beaches and two private beach clubs, both offering temporary membership, as well as tennis, polo and horse-riding. Guadiaro and its satellite villages, also within ten minutes drive, provide a range of shops, supermarkets, bars and restaurants.
There is plenty to see in the area; few can resist a visit to Gibraltar to see the apes, the amazing man-made caves and the red pillar boxes just like those in the UK. If you're lucky with the weather, the views from the cable car to the top of the rock are amazing. Benalmadena, about forty minutes away, offers a water park, cable car ride, and Sealife Centre.
Other day trips include Cadiz, with its opulent churches and the camera obscura giving a different perspective of the city; Tarifa, well known for wind surfing and its old town and castle; Jerez and its sherry houses; Ronda and the white towns, each with charming narrow streets and its own castle; as well as shopping opportunities in Marbella and Puerto Banus. Cordoba, Granada and Seville are all about two hours' drive away, mainly on motorways. However, they are too far and too amazing to do justice to them without an overnight stay, but would be well worth an extra day added on to your stay.
Most people fly into Malaga (100 Km or one hour away), hiring a car at the airport. There is an excellent motorway, which is also quite expensive, and a coast road, which is almost as fast to reach the house. Gibraltar offers an excellent alternative (30 minutes away, and is our airport of choice), with car hire just over the border in La Linea reducing the border crossing times. There are also some flights into Jerez (about 90 minutes away) and Seville (two hours away).



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