'La Ermita Apartments' The Macdonald Hotels 'La Ermita' Resort is set just below the lovely white village of Mijas Pueblo, perched high on a hill side above Fuengirola with stunning sea views, and is centred around a beautiful pool complex providing the perfect environment for al fresco living. The narrow streets of Mijas are filled with lively shops, bars and excellent restaurants. Gorgeous red geraniums decorate the traditional white-washed houses, colourful donkey taxis ply their trade, and visitors flock to the world famous shrine of the 'Virgin de la Pena'. The resort's new bar/bistro has amazing views to the coast and is perfect for a daytime drink or snack.The apartments are set on four floors with nearly all facing South, and overlooking the beautiful outdoor pool terrace with views towards the coast. This apartment has two bedrooms and two bathrooms with breathtaking views from its own private balcony, a fitted kitchen with a washing machine, microwave, fridge freezer and coffee maker. The well appointed lounge has satellite TV and a DVD player and DVD's can be rented from reception. La Ermita is easily accessible from Malaga Airport, approximately 30 minutes drive away.
'View from the Apartment'
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Mijas Pueblonear Fuengirola, Andalucia, Costa de Sol
The Town Hall (Casa Consistorial)
|One of the jewels of the Costa del Sol is the beautiful little village of Mijas, which nestles comfortably in the mountainside at 428 meters above sea level. It is a superb choice for both holiday and full time living and, thanks to its Mediterranean climate, is an ideal location for an autumn or winter break. When you wander through the narrow cobbled streets of this Andalucian village, you can understand what has attracted visitors here over the years. Many artists and writers have made it their home, enjoying the benefits of its excellent all year round climate, without being part of the busier, more commercial coastal towns just 7 kilometres down the mountain side. The craft shops have some wonderful hand made pottery and often affordable paintings and prints by acclaimed local artists. A holiday memento could turn out to be a sound investment. One of the best ways to see the village is by means of the local taxi service, being a quaint, typical Spanish donkey service. For 6€ you can take a donkey ride around the streets, or indulge in luxury and spend 12€ for a small cart pulled by a donkey. There is a sizeable foreign and English speaking community in and around the pueblo and the Town Hall has a very helpful Foreigner's Department, which caters for the needs of those who do not speak Spanish. Despite its popularity with tourists, Mijas Pueblo has managed to retain much of its traditional Andalucian way of life, the locals displaying their unabashed passion for all things festive and an unmistakable relaxed 'mañana' outlook on anything that can be put off for another day.|
TERMS The apartment, which has just been refurbished, is currently for sale. This is a rare opportunity to purchase an October week in a quality timeshare development at a very attractive price. For more information on the price and availability, E-mail the owner via this website
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