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Featured Property – La Cala de Mijas

Now the summer season has come to an end on the Costa del Sol it doesn’t mean the holiday season has! In fact, October and November are great months for that getaway to Southern Spain. You can still enjoy great weather, food, entertainment and scenery while the flight prices go down, the rental cars are cheaper and there are less queues and traffic!

More and More people are choosing to rent a holiday home on the Costa del Sol as its good value for money and offers a better holiday experience for many people. Take a look at this month’s featured property for some inspiration.

This modern apartment is situated high on the hill at La Cala De Mijas enjoying the wonderful sea and golf views from the terrace, bedroom and lounge. Los Cortijos boasts excellent facilities that include swimming pools, gym and spa and manicured gardens. The airport of Malaga is a 35 minute drive, La Cala town, with its twice weekly markets, lovely beach and host of restaurants is just 10 minutes away. Rental fee includes accommodation, cleaning, Linen, linen change every 7 nights and amenities.


Visit our website for more information on this property or to view our full list of holiday homes.

Gibraltar’s New Airport Terminal

At last we see the successful opening of Gibraltar’s new airport terminal on the 26th November. This is great news for holiday makers planning to visit Southern Spain as they will have a better choice of flights from the UK, plus there are some excellent benefits of flying into Gibralter rather than Malaga airport. Continue reading “Gibraltar’s New Airport Terminal”

Big rise in cultural and self-catering tourism in Andalucia


Did you know that an average of 25 million people visit Andalucia each year?

That’s a lot of people, and although the Spanish Tourist Board claim that 29% of foreign visitors still come to southern Spain mainly because of the climate, 26% now say they visit the area to experience its culture as well as its beaches, with destinations such as Cordoba, Seville, Cádiz and Granada high on the list of foreign visitors’ holiday agendas.

La Alhambra in Granada, Spain
La Alhambra in Granada, Spain

This desire to ‘stray off the beaten track’ has been aided by the general increase in the amount of information now available about the inland areas and cities of Andalucia, both by recent Spanish Tourist Board marketing campaigns abroad, and via the Internet.

In addition, the availability of cheap flights to the region’s airports from other parts of Europe, the relatively inexpensive car hire options from the Costa del Sol, and the improved road infrastructure inland from the Coast have all contributed to holidaymakers’ willingness to seek a more authentic Spanish experience.

Another interesting trend many in the travel industry are noticing is the holidaymaker’s desire to move away from traditional stays in hotels towards self-catering accommodation.

Despite the ‘credit- crunch’, and judging by the increased volume of rental bookings we’ve received so far this year over previous years is that people simply do not want to go without their holiday, but are looking at ways of better controlling their costs.

Staying in self-catering accommodation is one of the best ways not only to save money on the accommodation itself whilst keeping the standard of their accommodation high, but it’s also a great way to curb spending whilst away by taking the DIY approach and eating in more.

This certainly has been the theme pursued in many of the travel media over the past few months.

This move towards self-catering is made even more evident when you consider hotels are reporting significantly lower occupancy rates in 2009 than witnessed in previous years.

The holidaymakers must be staying somewhere!

Hasta luego, people!