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Casa Algarrobo

Spain, Andalusia, Guájar-Faragüit

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The previous owner loved the place so much that soon after selling it to us he rented it from us for 3 weeks. Our casa with its own olive grove is located near the Carretera de la Cabra, or the road of the goats, and it is the goat that can be found on this route more often than the car. 2 kilometers from the snow-white Andalusian pueblo, Guájar-Faragüit, from which you pick oranges, pomegranates and almonds along the way, there is a house that taught us to live differently. Previously, we were rushing through life, looking for undiscovered places, different cultures and adrenaline-increasing adventures. Now we slowly walk down the terrace to get avocados for breakfast and only a little faster we shuffle in flip-flops to the pool. And we encourage you to do the same here. We like to say that people are staring here. In our dictionary, it is a combination of infatuation and blissful thoughtfulness. He sits down on the terrace, looks at the sea line, the majestic mountains, the towns twinkling below and already - an hour is over. However, no one here counts the hours, although one could, because there is a lot to see and experience. There is the Moorish architecture of Andalusian cities: Granada, Sevilla, and Cordoba. There are tiny wild beaches hidden in bays, which you can reach along steep slopes covered with pine forests. There is an Eldorado for cycling enthusiasts, which we are: shorter loops and demanding routes, for which we will be happy to send you maps. But there is also simply a house: in the sun, colors, among greenery and with a view of it. Worries do not reach this height, and happiness resounds with the sounds of flamenco.

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Jolanta
Jesteśmy ludźmi z apetytem na życie. Działamy na naturalnym dopingu, doświadczając uroków tego świata na własnych zasadach, przemierzając jego ścieżki na rowerze, fokach czy też pieszo. Każdy dzień jest dla nas wyzwaniem i powodem do radości. Fascynuje nas nieznane. Ciekawi nowych ludzi, ich historii i refleksji nad życiem równie chętnie dzielimy się własnymi opowieściami w gronie przyjaciół.

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We speak these languages: Polish, English, Spanish, Italian
We are not on-site, but you can always contact us

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We have treated tap water
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Our charms

Near the road
We have a lot of souvenirs and trinkets
You light the fireplace
We do not accept groups for integration trips

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We are far away from other residences
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around a cycling paradise for Queens and Kings of the Mountains
around a cycling paradise for Queens and Kings of the Mountains
secluded and safe place for families, couples and small groups
secluded and safe place for families, couples and small groups
we have a pool with a view available from february to november
we have a pool with a view available from february to november
nature, tranquility and an oasis of relaxation with a 270-degree panorama
nature, tranquility and an oasis of relaxation with a 270-degree panorama
300 sunny days in a year of Adalusian magic
300 sunny days in a year of Adalusian magic
DYI meals and wine on the terraces among friends - priceless
DYI meals and wine on the terraces among friends - priceless

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Make yourself comfortable in our exclusive Spanish house, located by an olive grove, high in an Andalusian village, overlooking the surrounding mountains. The sun shines here for most of the year, and time is measured by its sunrise and sunset. Algarrobo is our refuge, where you can slow down and experience the vibrant culture of Andalusia. We will comfortably host you here in 4 people, but if you want, we can also accommodate 5 (there is an extra bed in the living room). Our white, cozy Spanish home has: – 2 bedrooms (1 with a double bed, 1 with two single beds), – 2 bathrooms (1 with a shower, 1 with a bathtub), – a well-equipped kitchen, – a living room with a fireplace, TV, sofas and a table, – a terrace with a fabulous mountain view, with a swimming pool, deckchairs, a grill and several corners with tables and chairs, – parking: because you will probably have to get here by rented car.

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Living room with couches (28 m2)
Dining room with tables (20 m2)
Terrace (120 m2)
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Imagine having dinner on a terrace with THIS view. Aromatic tapas, fresh fruit, good wine - you will enjoy these delicacies here. We give you the house exclusively, so you will be the chefs here. We can only assure you that with the terrace perspective and in such circumstances, the time spent in the kitchen is pure pleasure. And the kitchen is well equipped and you will not miss anything you need to cook in the Spanish spirit. A small grocery store is located in the same village, there is also a bakery and several bars with local specialties. The nearest market and supermarket in Salobreña are about 20 minutes away by car. There are also some good restaurants and bars along the public beaches. Below are a few of our favorite restaurants, and if you need more recommendations, let us know and we'll share our tips.

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Free coffee

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Shared kitchen
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We recommend nearby restaurants

Meson Nacimiento (11 km)
Restaurante El Peñón (20 km)
Restaurante La Botica (20 km)
La Roka (20 km)

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Frutería Fatima (20 km)
Alcampo Motril (22 km)

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COVIRAN (2 km)
Mercado Municioal (11 km)
Mercadona (20 km)
Mercado Municipal Salobrena (20 km)
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Will I not be bored?

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The part of Andalusia, where our casa is located, captivated us primarily with its natural, far from civilization character. We are 20 minutes by car from the nearest seaside town, 45 minutes from Granada, and sometimes a single goat passes by the road that runs next to the house. However, you won't get here by goat sled - to be able to enjoy the local benefits, you will have to rent a car at the airport. As a last resort: from the seaside town of Salobreña, there is a bus to our village 2x a day, but this is a rather inconvenient option for staying and exploring the area. AT LOCATION Sue us for clichés, but time really slows down here. Before you stretch well in the morning, drink your first coffee and finish your breakfast on the terrace, it's noon. When we return to Poland after staying at Casa Algarrobo, we notice that our movements are somewhat slower, and all cars overtake us on the road. To achieve this state, from the unhurried Andalusian entertainment on site, we offer you: – Spanish feasts on the terrace, until the very night, because the sun sets here late, – splashing in the pool overlooking the nearby peaks, – reading books on a deckchair that you wanted to finish a long time ago, – terrace yoga with a view – unparalleled!; at home you will find exercise aids, because Marcin is a yoga instructor, and we only suggest that Casa Algarrobo is a great place for a yoga trip, – walks to the nearby village: by the road you can pick limes, lemons, oranges, pomegranates or almonds, – autumn-winter (by local standards) evenings by the fireplace in the living room: you can watch Netflix or just talk until dawn. FOR SPORTS We love sport, especially cycling. If you are too, we get along beautifully. The secret of the polystyrene is that we chose this house also because it is located on a great cycling route, Carretera de la Cabra. We are happy to share our knowledge and knowledge of the area with you. Write to us before your arrival and we will prepare maps for you with recommended cycling and trekking routes (GPX files). Cycling The part of Andalusia in which you will find yourself is, fortunately, still not very crowded, a cycling mecca. The conditions for cycling are the best here, regardless of whether you choose road cycling, gravel or maybe DH and MTB. From Algarrobo you can go for shorter loops and demanding routes with significant climbs, for example la Carretera de la Cabra or to the Alpujjarras. We also recommend gravel routes led along gravel paths cut into steep mountain slopes, where with each subsequent kilometer a spacious view of the sea opens. You can also count on us for tools and accessories that will allow you to safely set off on the road. We have a mini-workshop where you will find: – pump, tools, service stand, – spare CO2 cartridges (you will not take them on the plane), inner tubes, tires, – energy and regenerating drinks, gels, bars, – food/smoothie mixer, – water bottles. We can also offer you: riding with us (we live separately then), renting bikes and guided tours (we have cyclist friends in the area), transporting bikes from/to the airport. Other sports that you can indulge in in the area are: – trekking, – alpine skiing and snowboarding (we send you to the mountains, to Sierra Nevada, to the most exposed ski resort and downhill park in southern Europe), – ski touring, – diving, – climbing, – ferratas, – swimming on a SUP, – windsurfing and kitesurfing (preferably in autumn). AWAY Beaching and lounging You may have ambitious plans to visit Andalusia and check off many points from the list, but when time slows down, as it happens here, the beach and the sea may be the first choice. For lovers of wild sunbathing, we recommend the direction to the west. There, among the steep slopes covered with pine forests, there are tiny beaches hidden in bays, such as Cala el Cañuelo and Cala del Pino. Going east, you will reach Playa Rijana. Sightseeing and cultural entertainment Andalusia is magical, and the local climate is inimitable. Rich culture, fascinating history and beautiful architecture will charm you from the first moment. Granada It is said that those who have not seen Granada have not seen anything. This historic city, named after the pomegranate fruit, was the center of the last Muslim state on the Iberian Peninsula in the late Middle Ages. The influence of Arab culture can be seen here in architecture and art. You go to Granada to see the scandalously beautiful Alhambra, called the 8th wonder of the world - a Moorish complex of palaces and gardens (be sure to book your visit in advance!), Generalife, the palace of Muslim kings; have a cup of tea in one of the Arab teahouses in Calderería Nueva and watch the sunset in the Albaicín district to the sounds of flamenco. Seville It is worth devoting more than one day to visiting the majestic capital of Andalusia, because the multitude of local monuments and museums is simply intimidating. The largest Gothic cathedral in the world combined with a former minaret: the Giralda, the royal palace Alcázar, the Museum of Fine Arts or the Central Archives of the Indies (the most important collection of documents regarding the Spanish administration in the New World and the Philippines) are just some of the many places worth visiting here. In spring, it's interesting to visit the Fería de Abril, an April fair whose tradition dates back to the 19th century. Cordoba The third city among the pearls of the Andalusian Golden Triangle attracts with monuments in the Mudéjar style, i.e. with a combination of Islamic and Christian elements. It is best to visit them in spring, because then the whole smells of orange blossoms and jasmine. While here, be sure to see the interior of the Grand Mosque (23,400 m²) or the Barrio de La Judería de Córdoba, the former Jewish quarter where Jews lived between the 10th and 15th centuries. And when you get tired of big Andalusian cities, find an afternoon or two to wander around the smaller ones - Bubión, Capileira and Pampaneira, Lanjarón, La Calahorra are waiting. If you need more tips, just ask us. We are happy to share our love for this region and our knowledge about it.

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For those who want relaxation

Forest paths (2 km)
Beach (20 km)
Mountain trail (2 km)

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Outdoor pool
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For sports enthusiasts

Ski lift (90 km)
Horse riding (40 km)
Golf course (20 km)
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For those craving art

Granada (45 km)
Malaga (110 km)
Almeria (120 km)
Sevilla (300 km)
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What’s there for children?

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It will be a holiday full of adventures in the rhythm of flamenco, if you want to experience this Spanish adventure with the youngest. You have to show them all the beauty of Andalusia: mysterious mountains, blue sea, rushing rivers, cities full of history. Donkeys and goats walking along the roadside, olive groves and pine forests. Sunny weather in the summer and more bearable than in the country in winter will be conducive to trips, both further and closer. We do not have age restrictions, but we would like to point out that the house is not specially adapted to host children, so how you organize yourself here will depend on you. Take into account that we have a two-level terrace at a high altitude, and the house is on a slope, so with kids you will need to keep your eyes peeled. We also have a swimming pool, which is 1.8 m at its deepest point. Therefore, it makes the most sense to come with older children, who will be the easiest to take care of.

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Well, dears, working from this terrace is not just anything. Thinking about the pleasures that await you after it, the targets make themselves, and the fingers somehow move faster on the keyboard, when the energy is added by freshly squeezed orange and pomegranate juice. There are no desks in the house, but the internet, contrary to the pace of life, is very fast here and also on the terrace. So we suggest a little, erm, lowering the standards and settling down with laptops on sunbeds by the pool.

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Unlimited coffee, tea and water

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Our address: GR-3204, KM 23,5, Guájar-Faragüit, Andalusia, Spain

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From Bar Parada in Guájar-Faragüit, take the GR-3204 east for 1.75 km and you will find the entrance gate to Casa Algarrobo on the right side of the street.

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Casa Algarrobo rental prices range from €75 to €140 depending on the season; A €75 (or PLN 350) cleaning fee is added to each rental.

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Arrival from 16:00
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Only the use of the rented house and the surrounding area with common sense, care, attention and respect is acceptable. We ask that any failures, problems and comments be reported immediately. Before leaving home on the day of check-out, you are required to: - collecting and throwing away all rubbish, - removing bedding from all used beds and collecting it in one place, - collecting all used towels in one place, - not leaving food open (also in the fridge), - leaving the house in a similar condition in which it was on the day of check-in. We are asking for: - folding the sun umbrella during higher winds and whenever the house is abandoned, - closing the house and the entrance gate whenever the house is vacated, - not using the pool covered with a winter cover, - it is recommended to use the swimming pool thermal cover in the spring and autumn season (this will make it easier to achieve and maintain the optimal water temperature), - if possible, please use electrical devices (dishwasher, washing machine, pool robot) during sunny hours.

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5

Dom okazał się cudowny. Niesamowite widoki z tarasów. Świetna baza do wyskoków nad morze, ale też w góry Sierra Nevada czy do Grenady. W pobliskim miasteczku można wypożyczyć rowery i „pojeździć po okolicy” ale nie jest łatwo😀 (bo faktycznie okolica jest dla wytrawnych fanów Vuelta Espana) . W domu niczego nam nie brakowało: świetnie wyposażona kuchnia, szafy pelne książek, doskonale zadbany basen. Ujmująca była zdalna opieka Gospodarzy - od przedwyjazdowych porad dotyczących najlepszych plaż i wina po rekomendacje tras rowerowych i miejscówek z pysznym jedzeniem. Nie mówiąc już o trosce w trakcie pobytu. Dziękujemy!


5

Powiedzieć , że tu odpoczęliśmy to nie powiedzieć nic. Jadąc tu mieliśmy w głowie listę miejsc które chcemy zobaczyć, a Casa Agarrobo miało być jedynie bazą do nocowania. Tym czasem stało się celem i kwintesencją wakacji w rytmie slow. Powolne poranki ze śniadaniem nad basenem i klimatyczne wieczory z widokiem na góry. Sam dom wyposażony we wszystko co niezbędne. Niesamowicie pomocni właściciele, bardzo dobry kontakt. Okolica z niesamowitym klimatem hiszpańskiej wsi: dziko rosnące granaty, figi, pomarańcze i cytryny. Poranne spacery do wsi po pieczywo i powrót niespiesznym tempem ( jedyne spotkane towarzystwo to pies, koń i osioł z gospodarstwa mijanego po drodze ). W rezultacie z naszej listy zwiedziliśmy jedynie Granadę i Rondę ( piękne !) , bo najlepsze w te wakacje okazało się NIC NIE ROBIENIE w Casa Agarrobo ! Pozdrawiamy i na pewno kiedyś wrócimy!

Host: Jolanta
2023-07-11

Pani Alicjo, było mi przemiło spotkać Panią i Pani rodzinę i porozmawiać przed Państwa wyjazdem. Robienie NIC jest fantastyczne aczkolwiek nie tak łatwe jak się wielu wydaje - medytacja nie przychodzi łatwo i nie każdy jest w stanie wżyć się w jej wspaniałość. Cieszę się bardzo że Państwu się to tutaj udało. Pies nas ciągle odwiedza, czasem przemknie się kot, koń z osłem stoją zamroczone porannym upałem prze barze Parada. Jestem pewny że są szczęśliwsze pamiętając Państwa pobyt. My również spoglądając na podarowane nam przez Państwa dzieci rysunki. Wielkie dzięki i pozdrowienia. Jola i Martin


5

Domek i okolica są cudowne, bardzo polecamy. Spędziliśmy tam z rodziną 5 dni, domek jest wyposażony we wszystko co potrzebne, widoki są spektakularne a okolica spokojna, świetna do spacerów lub przejażdżek samochodowych/dowerowych, dobra lokalizacja, można zwiedzać Andaluzję a popołudniami wypocząć przy (lub "w" ;) basenie z widokiem na góry. Właściciele bardzo pomocni i sympatyczni. Ciężko było wyjeżdżać z takiego miejsca :)

Host: Jolanta
2023-07-11

Bardzo dziękujemy za tak wspaniałą opinię. Jesteśmy bardzo zadowoleni że Pani udał się pobyt w Casa Algarrobo i Ze ma Pani miłe wspomnienia. Pozdrawiamy serdecznie. Jola i Martin


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