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A fantastically stunning place to stay, surrounded by the beautiful historic villages of Frigiliana and Torrox, as well as Nerja’s famous Balcon De Europa, boasting a wealth of excellent restaurants and bars; there’s plenty to do and see when you stay La Roca Rara.
La Roca Rara was designed and built in the style of The Alhambra Palace by a wealthy American industrialist in 1970. On the villa’s main floor, the lounge with central fireplace opens onto a large south-facing terrace with spectacular views of the sea.
La Roca Rara offers ample options for indoor and outdoor dining. You can choose to eat in the shady courtyard, the inside dining area that seats up to 16 or out on the spacious terrace which can seat considerably larger amounts of guests for weddings and other private or corporate functions.
Preparing meals for a large number of guests becomes effortless with the vast, fully fitted modern kitchen. The terrace also features a gas barbecue to cater for those relaxed evenings chatting over a juicy steak and a glass or two of Rioja.
Preparing meals for a large number of guests becomes effortless with our spacious, impressively designed kitchen and breakfast room, complete with granite worktops throughout and an imposing island unit.
The kitchen is fitted with a gas range hob and double oven, two microwaves, an American style fridge-freezer.
The curved, double height ceiling with exposed timbers is not only aesthetically beautiful but also helps to keep the room refreshingly cool in the summer months.
The villa offers wi-fi and air conditioning throughout. Laundry facilities are available if required.
This very private estate is located 5 minutes away from all the excitement of the Costa del Sol. Jutting into the Mediterranean, Nerja’s breathtaking “Balcon de Europa” (Balcony of Europe) is world famous and the town boasts a wealth of excellent restaurants and bars while the spectacular caves at Maro resound with arias from famous operas during summer festivals.
There is much to experience in this golden coast. Residents boast that on any given day they are able to swim in the Mediterranean in the morning and ski in the mountains at Sierra Nevada that same afternoon. La Herradura (Horseshoe Bay), Almunecar, and Salobrena are known for their lovely coves and beaches. Picturesque and historic villages such as Torrox and Frigiliana, with their olive and citrus groves, nestle in the mountains.
The coastal town of Nerja, only 2.5 kilometers away, offers sports enthusiasts paragliding, pedaloes, wind surfing, sailing, jet skiing, horse riding and golf.