Andalusia Villa

Perched in between mandarin and almond tree groves, this villa is in the countryside of Andalusia

Our villa that we stayed in Spain is worth a mention in case anyone else wants to rent it. We rented it from a site called nice2stay and it was called villa pepita, just a 40min drive up north from Malaga. The villa has all great facilities, including a heated pool (which is amazing) and an outdoor barbecue section which is the best way to cook in the evenings. The villa is beautiful inside and outside, the only downfall is the incredibly steep drive up to the house. The location is great as there are many cute towns to visit around Andalusia, which I have talked about before- but to name a few; Granada, Antequera, Frigiliana etc. The house is perched up on hill top with no facilities around so a car is an absolute must. We loved playing pétanque and drinking Tinto de Verano in the evenings, it had a little sand court next to the house. Since the villa has a lot of outdoor verandas, it was ideal for a baby to find shade. Also my six year old nephew loved playing in the pool but could be slightly more dangerous for a young child that runs carelessly as there are some slightly deep drops. The aesthetics of the villa where beautiful, which is always important to us. No plastic chairs, rattan detailing and spacious. Here are a few images-

Arranging some wild flowers we found from roadside

Beautiful wild flowers growing on the road as you drive up to the house

early morning coffee in the pool before it got too hot during the day

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