This centuries-old stone house is in Vejer de la Frontera, the hilltop village near the southernmost tip of Spain that travel writer, Jan Morris, once described as “perhaps the most spectacular of all Andalucia’s white villages”.
Located in the heart of Vejer’s old quarter, this fully self-contained, traditional house dates back to the Moorish occupation and boasts its own private courtyard. Packed with character, it has two double bedrooms, a sofa-double bed in a third room and two couches in the living room that can be used as beds for children. There is free wifi and a fully equipped kitchen.
The cobbled streets outside the front door lead to dozens of tapas bars, cafes and restaurants, all within a few minutes walking distance.
The fine white sands of Spain’s spectacular Costa de la Luz, or Coast of Light, are a 15 minute drive away down the hill.
Golf courses, Roman ruins, horse-riding and some of Europe’s finest wind-surfing beaches are all close by.
Day trips from the house include: