Casa de Afufa means house of retreat and if you want to get away from the hustle and bustle of normal life to rest and recuperate, then this is the place.
11 roomsLiveable floor area : 250m²
Ground surface : 4000m²
- View : Panoramic, unobscured, not overlooked, mountain, country side, lake
- Children welcome
- Setting : Suitable for a relaxing break, Peaceful
- Lake at 200m
- Festival, Horse riding, Culture, Fishing
- Exposure : South
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Our house is a wonderfully private old Spanish farmhouse set in its own olive groves, which look onto the lake near Iznajar, and has views both up and down the valley. Enjoy a glass of wine on the terrace, sit back, admire the views and soak up the sunshine in this rustic rural haven located in the very heart of Andalucia; only 20 minutes from the ancient city of Antequera. Or, for those of you with a little more energy, float around the private pool, play boules on the private boule court, walk or cycle through the olive groves down to the lake or just have a quiet game of darts.
Interior Charming Villa with View: panoramic, unobscured, not overlooked, ...
Exterior Charming & Luxury holiday letting in Setting: suitable for a relaxing break, peaceful
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Leisure, Surroundings, Location Charming House 64839
We are located in the very heart of Andalucía: only 20 minutes from the ancient city of Antequera; 50 minutes from Málaga airport; less than an hour from Granada and approximately 1½ hours from Seville. The house overlooks the lake at Iznajar where you can swim, sail or fish. The small town of Iznajar, 5 minutes by car, is typically Spanish (no fish & chips but we have a butcher who makes great burgers for the bar-be-cue. The entire region is a delight for exploring and you soon get the hang of siesta and tapas.
Location AccessVilla Iznájar
Iznajar is situated near the southerly border of Córdoba province, and serves as a natural entrance to the Sierra Subeticas Natural Park. From the top of the town there are tremendous views where, on a nearby hillock, the old Moorish castle frowns down on the lowly houses. Also worth visiting is the Santiago church, built over time during the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries.