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Monasteria

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Location Spain, Andalusia, Frigiliana
We will not sugar-coat it. The truth is that Monasteria stands on the site of a former convent, in the middle of an Andalusian pueblo blanco, and it does not need any exaggerations of reality. Frigiliana defends itself with its true colours. White, blue, inky blue, and luscious pink, from the bougainvillea that blooms here. There is also the colour of the sun, sometimes dark blue clouds over the national park of Sierras de Almijara, Tejeda and Alhama and a blue sky over the coastal Nerja. You can see it all here. Right from our terraces. We have a white house here on a stone trail, right next to other white houses with blue doors. We do a salmorejo in the kitchen by the window, greeting passers-by with a cheerful 'Hola!' They will wave on their way to white bars with the best rioja and tapas in the area. Cars don't pass by here, the streets are too narrow. Little donkeys bring bags with mandarins and cheese, they also pass our windows, peeking inside. We spend our days like native Spaniards, on sunny terraces or like athletes skiing or trekking in the mountains, which start right behind the fence. Sometimes like families with children on the beaches and in the caves of Nerja. You get this world exclusively, to explore, with our help. Come if you want to see the prettiest village in Andalusia. If you are looking for trekking or rock climbing areas. If you like historic towns with the Orient in the background. And if you don't mind walking in the narrow streets. We invite you to a slightly different Andalusia. Still absolutely gorgeous.

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Agnes
We are a small family: dad, mom, son and dog. Olgierd landscapes gardens, I design and restore Victorian mosaics. We live and work in London. As often as possible, we leave the big city. We love nature, mountains, climbing, kayaking and Andalusia. Frigiliana is a place where we find peace, gather our thoughts, regain strength and improve fitness, here we "SLOW down and HOP up".

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We speak these languages: Polish, English, Spanish, French
We are not on-site, but friendly help will look after you

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To limit our carbon footprint, we do not iron bedding
House made of natural materials (clay, straw, hemp, etc.)
We do not change towels every day (only if you ask)
We limit plastic bags, there’s a shopping bag/basket in every room
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Our charms

Steep stairs
In the middle of the village (there are neighbours)
Old house: it squeaks and sulks
We don't have air conditioning

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3 bedrooms, 4 beds, 4 people
3 bedrooms, 4 beds, 4 people
Most beautiful white town in Andalusia (pueblo blanco)
Most beautiful white town in Andalusia (pueblo blanco)
2 beautiful terraces overlooking the sea and the mountains
2 beautiful terraces overlooking the sea and the mountains
Near the Spanish language school
Near the Spanish language school
Close to Sierra Nevada
Close to Sierra Nevada
10 minutes (by bus) to the sea
10 minutes (by bus) to the sea

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You must know some things right away. Our part of Frigiliana is the oldest and most beautiful. It is impossible to get here by car and part of the experience of your stay is climbing the picturesque steep streets. If you have mobility problems, extremely poor condition or you just don't like this type of entertainment - our home may prove to be a challenge. If you are looking for complete seclusion, a cottage lost among the hills - you will not find it at our address either. Our house, Monasteria, is a typical white house in a white village. With a church, grandmothers in black dresses, Spanish language tinged with the local dialect, donkeys by the window and playful children with a ball under their armpits. The house actually consists of two houses: The main house - Monasteria and the smaller house - Casa Limone. They are connected by a garden, terraces and grape patio. The main part of the house, Monasteria, is the remains of the chapel of the Order that once stood here long ago. Monasteria is an example of wonderfully preserved local architecture. Oriental accents, the Andalusian architect and the simplicity of "pueblo blanco" have created a unique Mudejar style. Whitewashed walls, natural materials and blue windows that are always open to a street full of life. Hear noises from the El Adarve restaurant and the sound of my neighbor's guitar. In this part of the house there is a kitchen with a dining room and a living room where family time is usually spent, a bathroom and 2 bedrooms: a bedroom for two people with a double bed (you can add a cot here) and a small bedroom for one person / child. The stairs from the Monasteri lounge lead to the garden and to the second house we call Casa Limoñ. There, just behind the charming arches, there is a bedroom with two separate beds and a bathroom. Casa Limon is a charming place overlooking the garden and grape patio. Both Monasteria and Casa Limone houses have terraces on their roofs. The views are breathtaking, the sea to the front, the mountains to the rear, the pueblo blanco below. On site you will find everything you need: - barbecue facilities - a fully equipped kitchen with a coffee machine - mosquito nets on the windows (we can provide an additional one for a baby cot) - full information package on what to eat and visit in the area - Nordic walking poles, beach equipment.

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We give you our house exclusively. The large comfortable kitchen at Monasteri is fully equipped. You will find here an oven, mixer, blender, all kinds of pots, baking trays and lasagna. Toaster, Naspresso coffee machine, milk fraper, filter coffee maker, citrus juicer. The kitchen has basic spices and often a lot of basic products such as pasta, rice, olive oil, etc. There are plenty of great pubs in the immediate vicinity. Starting with the one closest to us, with a terrace providing a view of the sea, to several dozen throughout Frigiliana. In the welcome package prepared especially for you, you will find several verified addresses. One of them is the wonderful local restaurant Sal y Pimiento, run by Polish friends Dorota and Zenek Throughout Frigiliana, grocery shopping can be made with a special emphasis on juicy fruit, oils and wine.

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olive oil, wine, fruit, vegetables, honey etc.

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Will I not be bored?

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We usually spend time on one of the terraces, enjoying the afternoon coffee, evening wine and listening to the sounds of Frigiliana, enjoying the sun, sea and mountains. Active travelers of all ages feel great here. Mountain trekking enthusiasts, families with children and art seekers. Many artists fell in love with Frigiliane, many painters, sculptors and musicians live and work here. Our closest neighbor is Klause Hinkle, a famous watercolorist who will be happy to tell you about his work and show you wonderful paintings. In the evenings, however, you have a chance to enjoy the music coming from the terrace of the saxophonist's neighbor. And there are real-normal Spaniards around, you will hear them during football matches. 12 things you need to know about Frigiliana: 1. Recognized as the most beautiful village of Andalusia with a rich history of cooperation between three cultures: Christian, Muslim and Jewish. 2. You can come here without a car. It is better to enter the narrow streets on foot, and to get to the seaside by city bus. We recommend a flight to Malaga, then a bus to Nerja and a bus to Frigiliana. This is where the need for 4 wheels ends. 3. For starters, it's best to just stay in Frigiliana and wander the white, flowery streets all day. We promise an amazing artistic experience (leftover decorations on buildings after the Moors, automatic theaters, wonderful restaurant terraces, galleries and concerts) 4. You can go to the beach by bus to Nerja, eat paella in one of the best restaurants, lie on the beach and visit the extraordinary caves in Nerja (the length of the corridors is 4823 meters, and the slope through which they lead is 72 meters). 5. We are just over an hour's drive from the Sierra Nevada ski lifts. 6. We are 100 kilometers to Granada, where the greatest monument of Spain is located - the oriental Alhambra Palace. 7. It is worth planning a trekking through the mountains, which is just behind the fence of our house. We have detailed maps with trails for our guests. 8. For more active mountain lovers, we recommend Andalusian natural wonders: Caminito del Rey - Walk of the Kings in El Chorro, El Torcal - Spanish Table Mountains, Trekking through the Río Chillar canyon, Rio Verde or the Río Higuerón canyon, "Los Vados" - Via Ferrata Motril and walks in Las Alpujarras. 9. Frigiliana means easy access to the mountains but also to the water. More than a dozen CostaTropical beaches situated between Nerja and Almuñécar offer rocky, well-hidden secluded refuges of marine nature as well as larger and busier places with organized water sports tourism. We recommend renting kayaks from Maro Beach and snorkeling from Buriana Beach. 10. If you come in autumn and winter, you will hit the harvest season. This is when citruses, avocados, mangoes, raisins and figs as well as various types of nuts and dates taste best in local grocery stores. Everything comes from local orchards. 11. Temperature rarely drops below 10 degrees, even in January. You can swim in the sea from early spring to late fall and enjoy the sun 320 days a year. 12. There is a fiesta at any time of the year. There is a colorful, artistic life in the streets of Frigiliana, which is worth taking part in. There is no wi-fi in the house, free internet is available all over Frigiliana, in squares, main streets, playgrounds, at the church. Frigiliana is included in the European Program: Free Wi-Fi (password available at Frigiliana Tourist Information). Unfortunately, the walls of the houses are thick, the streets are a labyrinth, and the mountain massif behind us makes it difficult to pick up at home. It is worth taking your laptop to local cafes, free wi-fi and a glass of Muscatel wine, or to the beautiful library located in the old hacienda. Our everyday life, work is a monitor. Frigiliana is our off-line luxury, thank you for your understanding. Parking: Parking in Frigiliana is free. Both tourists and locals park on the lower street: Avenida Carlos Cano and walk home.

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For those who want relaxation

Forest paths
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For hedonists

Winter swimming
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For sports enthusiasts

Kayaks (7,5 km)
Diving (7,5 km)
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For those craving art

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Monuments

Frigiliana cala jest zabytkiem

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What’s there for children?

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We invite families with children. We have a son ourselves, who was prancing around the Monastery since he was 2, so we prepared the house in such a way that it would be reasonably safe. But remember that we have two terraces here at different levels. There are quite steep stairs leading to them, so be careful with the little ones. Rule of thumb: children cannot be alone in the garden and on the terraces. We have adequate equipment for children on site: a cot for toddlers, quilts, blankets, a high chair, mosquito nets, a comfortable mountain carrier, books, games, puzzles, LEGO and beach toys. In Frigiliana, in the very center of the village, there is a playground for children, my son spent many wonderful moments with the Spanish cliffs there, and I had a great Spanish training. During the holiday season, Frigiliana also offers a wonderful outdoor swimming pool, Mon-Fri: 1:00 pm-7:00 pm, Saturday and Sunday: 9:00 am-8:00 pm. Price per person around 2 euro / day.

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Attractions for children in the area

costa del sol oferuje mnostwo atrakcji, aquaparki, zoo, festiwale,

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Our address: calle Alta 2, Frigiliana, Andalusia, Spain

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By Car: From Malaga Airport take the A7, approximately one hour towards Almeria. The road is nice and quiet. We are happy to help you rent a car, recommend proven companies. We also have a friendly taxi driver, Mr. Paulino has been working with us for years.

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Bus: Frigiliana (0,3 km)

From Malaga airport by coach to Nerja, from Nerja, by bus to Frigiliana. We will help you organize the entire trip, we will buy tickets, check departure times, and we will take care of you.

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all year (except Easter, Christmas, New Year's Eve)
accommodation final cleaning
Monasteria House (2 adults) E80 E50
Monasteria and Casa Limone (4 adults) E100 E80
Easter, Christmas, New Year's Eve
accommodation final cleaning
Monastery and casa Limone (2/4 adults) E120 E80
We charge a deposit for any damage to the house. The deposit is 200 euros. It is paid into the account. Up to approximately 24 hours after the departure of the guests, Mrs. Christina will clean the house and the deposit will be returned. Fee for additional adults to be agreed. Children up to 5 years of age live with us for free, and the price for an older one is negotiable. If you are planning to come to us during Christmas or New Year's Eve, please contact us. The Christmas price list also applies to a few days before and after Christmas. We will try to make the price as encouraging as possible. During the "Spanish winter", the house is heated by a fireplace, the first basket of wood is at our expense, the next at your expense.

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Prepayment charged: 30%
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Deposit amount: 200 EUR (money transfer)
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One-time cleaning fee 70 EUR
Other fees: additional guests
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Reviews

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Cudowne wakacje za nami! Frigiliana to przepiękne miejsce,a Monasteria to dom z duszą, bardzo klimatyczny❤️ Zgodnie z rodziną zgodnie stwierdziliśmy,że wrócimy tam na pewno! Nadmorskie kurorty nijak mają się do Frigiliany! Agnieszka jest bardzo otwarta i pomocną przez cały czas pobytu i przed nim również! Polecamy serdecznie ☀️☀️❤️❤️


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Frigiliana jest przepiękna, zwłaszcza wieczorami, kiedy wyjadą już dzienni wycieczkowicze, na uliczkach spotyka się tylko lokalnych mieszkańców i wszędobylskie koty, a z tarasu można obejrzeć zachód słońca. Albo rano, gdy można się delektować pyszną kawą. Monasteria to niezwykłe miejsce. Na każdym kroku czuje się, że dom, tak jak miasteczko, ma swoją historię i duszę. Agnieszka i Olgierd dzielą się z gośćmi swoim domem i pozwalają im zanurzyć się w atmosferze tego miejsca i odpocząć. Moim zdaniem nie można się tu nudzić. Na piechurów czekają górskie szlaki, na plażowiczów morze, a jeśli ktoś nie ma ochoty się nigdzie ruszać, może spędzić dzień na słonecznym tarasie lub w cieniu cytrynowego drzewka. Spędziłyśmy w Monasterii 5 dni w styczniu i był to fantastyczny czas. Agnieszka dała nam wiele dobrych rad, co warto robić, gdzie się stołować i jak poruszać po okolicy. Nie miałyśmy samochodu, ale bez problemu poruszałyśmy się autobusami. Polecam pobyt! Weźcie wygodne buty, a jadąc zimą ciepłe ubrania, bo wieczory są chłodne.


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Spędziliśmy w Monasterii tydzień w styczniu z mężem i synkami (3.5 i 0.5 lat). Monasteria to domek z duszą na samej górze bajkowego, choć pełnego turystów miasteczka. Widoki i cisza na tarasach gwarantują cudowny relaks, a w słoneczne dni można by się nie ruszać spod drzewka cytrynowego w ogrodzie! Ale jednak ruszyć się też warto, bo pięknych miejsc wokół jest wiele - widokowe góry (szlaki zaczynają się właściwie tuż za domem), andaluzyjskie miasta. A co najważniejsze - Agnieszka i jej rodzina są bardzo zaangażowani, troszczą się o swoich gości poprzez przygotowanie domu i potrzebnych rzeczy oraz cenne wskazówki i kontakt podczas trwania pobytu. Wyposażenie, które oferuje domek (w kuchni) i rzeczy (także akcesoria i zabawki dla dzieci!), którymi dzielą się ze swoimi gośćmi, pozwalają nie brać dużo bagażu z domu oraz miło spędzać czas w domku także w razie niepogody (co niestety nam się w styczniu przytrafiło...). Jadąc z dziećmi trzeba tylko zastanowić się nad ułożeniem do spania (domek ma jedną sypialnię) oraz kwestią bezpieczeństwa (tarasy, schody - dla nas było bez problemu, ale cieszyłam się, że nasz maluch jeszcze nie raczkuje;)). Tak jak sami piszą, gospodarze nie zapraszają do pensjonatu czy hotelu, tylko dzielą się z nami swoim domem - i tak właśnie czuliśmy się przez cały pobyt. Polecamy!


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