Charming Studio Apartment Punta Lara, Nerja. Good Rental Income.
€ 69,000 Euros
Charming studio apartment located in a beautiful lane, on Punta Lara,1 km from Nerja centre. Nice and bright, fantastic communal pool and gardens. Only 150 metres from the beach. Parking only 20 metres from the door.
A good value holiday home for couples and small families in lovely surroundings. Sleeps upto 4.
Good rental income of approx € 8000 euros per year
Contact Linda or David, Tel 0034 952 509 301 Mobile 0034 649 120 779
Punta Lara is a tranquil urbanisation which lies on a hillside about 20 minutes stroll west of Nerja town centre and can be reached within a few minutes by car.
Calle Sofia,Punta Lara is in an attractive village divided into a number of communities lying just a mile West of Nerja. Soak up the sunshine on the nearby Playazo Beach or stretch out by the pool. The luxury detached villas of Punta Lara 1 have their own pools. Visitors to Punta Lara 2 use a large communal pool for their own exclusive enjoyment. All set in pretty gardens at the heart of the village with a choice of three Restaurant/bars.A number of busy chiringuitos on the beach nearby also provide a choice of Spanish fare at very reasonable prices.
There are two restaurants offering tasty lunches and drinks. The Punta Lara snack bar is open during the summer months serving freshly cooked lunches and the Oasis bar is open throughout the year offering good value snacks and wholesome evening meals. The Tropicana bar is less than 5 minutes walk away.
The Punta Lara bar is open from 7 pm till late is a great spot for an evening meal and a sociable drink. Venta San Miguel is a 10 minute walk towards Nerja on the coast road and offers fantastic local specialties and is wonderful value for money!
The cobbled streets of Nerja, popular throughout the year, with a huge range of places to eat out, interesting small shops in which to browse and a variety of warm sheltered beaches, is just a few minutes away by car or bus or a 20 minute stroll along the beach.With a number of fiestas throughout the year and plenty of entertainment available, this small Andalucian town is an ideal holiday resort for all the family. Come and enjoy!
Ojo Dorado is a beautiful 400 year old Village House in Beautiful Village of Comares.
Beautiful village house set in stunning village in andalucian hills. The house has large entrance hall, cosy living room, dining room, large andalucian kitchen, downstairs bathroom, office/4th bedroom and lovely flower decked patio to the rear. Upstairs there are 3 double bedrooms and bathroom. The main bedroom has double french doors with juliet balconies, the 2nd bedroom has a lovely terrace with fabulous mountain views. There is a roof terrace with outstanding views over the countryside, mountains and village. The house is close to all amenities.
Contact Tel 0034 952 509 301 Mobile 0034 649 120 779
One of the highest pueblo blancos in Andalucía (739 metres above sea level), Comares can be spied for miles around, rising high above the surrounding countryside and resembling a natural extension to the craggy rock face. A map is useful,first time visitors may still find the approach hard to find and, equally baffling is the fact that the village keeps disappearing from view as the windy country roads dip and curve round a succession of death-defying hairpin bends! However, when familiar with the approach, the journey from Málaga airport is less than an hour, while the nearest coastal resort Torre del Mar is just 24 km away.
Fortunately, despite being breathtakingly pretty, Comares has not succumbed to the coach tour circuit. The village and surrounding fincas form a lively community. There are no souvenir shops but several bars, restaurants and a very attractive hotel converted from an olive mill with coutyards overlooking breathtaking views. When wandering around the steep and narrow streets you may find yourself invited into the home of a Spanish lady who sells local produce such as wine, almonds, raisins, olives, honey and cheese.
Throughout the village, there are colourful ceramic plaques depicting Comares´ important place in history, which can be traced back to the third century BC.
The village remains typically Moorish in its layout and design with narrow cobbled streets, interspersed with arches (dating back to medieval time), flanked with simple whitewashed houses. The Parish Church is 16th century with a beautiful coffered/stucco/moulded ceiling. There are also two plazas, two bars, two supermarkets, a post office and a bank. The streets are peaceful as cars are required to park outside the village. A weekly van selling fresh fish and the occasional donkey. The houses and streets are well maintained and the village has a very pleasant atmosphere.
The views are, quite literally, incredible. From the south, rolling hills of olive and almond trees reach to the sea while, to the north, dramatic mountains rise up far into distance, like a bewitching lunar landscape which shifts and changes according to the light.
The main industry in Comares is the production of olive oil, wine and almonds while, in the valley, esparto grass is grown for domestic and agricultural use.
This is, without doubt, one of the prettiest villages in the province of Andalucía.
The village of Comares has a doctors surgery, shops, banks, bakery, town hall, post office and school. Comares is approximately 30 minutes drive from Velez Malaga and the coast and enjoys some of the best scenery and views in Andalucia.
David and Linda Coughlan
Calle Real 8
Tel 0034 952 509 301 Mobile 0034 649 120 779