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Finca Parchite Casa Rural

Spain | Costa del Sol | Ronda

PROPERTY: 201196
10 bedrooms
 

Property Type: Villa
Details: 10 bedrooms, 2 toilets, 10 bathrooms. Up to 24 people Floor Area: 975 m2

Beautiful Andalucian country house for up to 24 people. It consists in two houses with four bedrooms and four full bathrooms each, plus 2 bedrooms with 2 bathrooms of the patio. Located in the mountains of Ronda, set in extensive private grounds with olive groves and views towards the mountains. has been repeatedly named by our customers as "oasis of peace and tranquility". Ideal for holidays with children or friends to enjoy a stay in a stunning setting just 10 minutes from the city of Ronda.

 

TO BOOK THIS PROPERTY...
Call: Patricia Legorburu
Tel: +34 610 28 72 42 or
Click here to use our enquiry form.
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Rental Rates & Pricing
PERIOD RATE
FROM: 1st Jul 2012 TO: 15th Sep 2012 2592 per week
FROM: 1st Jul 2012 TO: 15th Sep 2012 3888 per week
FROM: 1st Jul 2012 TO: 15th Sep 2012 6480 per week
FROM: 1st Nov 2012 TO: 21st Dec 2012 3024 per week
FROM: 1st Nov 2012 TO: 21st Dec 2012 1944 per week
FROM: 1st Nov 2012 TO: 21st Dec 2012 5076 per week
FROM: 21st Dec 2012 TO: 2nd Jan 2013 2592 per week
FROM: 21st Dec 2012 TO: 2nd Jan 2013 6480 per week
FROM: 21st Dec 2012 TO: 2nd Jan 2013 3888 per week
FROM: 2nd Jan 2013 TO: 28th Feb 2013 1944 per week
FROM: 2nd Jan 2013 TO: 28th Feb 2013 3024 per week
FROM: 2nd Jan 2013 TO: 28th Feb 2013 5076 per week
FROM: 1st Mar 2013 TO: 24th Mar 2013 2376 per week
FROM: 1st Mar 2013 TO: 24th Mar 2013 3618 per week
FROM: 1st Mar 2013 TO: 24th Mar 2013 6048 per week
FROM: 24th Mar 2013 TO: 1st Apr 2013 2592 per week
FROM: 24th Mar 2013 TO: 1st Apr 2013 3888 per week
FROM: 24th Mar 2013 TO: 1st Apr 2013 6480 per week
FROM: 1st Apr 2013 TO: 30th Jun 2013 2376 per week
FROM: 30th Jun 2013 TO: 1st Sep 2013 2592 per week
FROM: 30th Jun 2013 TO: 1st Sep 2013 6480 per week
FROM: 30th Jun 2013 TO: 1st Sep 2013 3888 per week
 
RENTAL NOTES:

Can be rented only 4 bedrroms, 6 bedrooms or the total house 10 bedrooms
Minimum stay: 2 days
*NOTE: Please contact the owner direct if you need to make payment in a currency not shown.

Local Property Notes:
Ronda

The beautiful and historic town of Ronda is one of the oldest towns in Spain and is one of the genuine Andalucian treasures that is accessible to tourists visiting the Costa del Sol.

The town sits nestled in the Serrania de Ronda mountain range, 60 kilometres up a winding mountain road from Marbella. It stands at an altitude of 739 metres and has is one of the most
visited towns in Andalucia.

History
Located around the region are also a number of remains from the Roman period, the most important of which is the archaeological site at the Roman town of Acinipo.

However Ronda's cultural heritage very much lies with the era of its Moorish occupation. Under the Moors, Ronda was a important city and their heritage has stuck over the centures, in the buildings, monuments, traditions and gastronomy.

Because of its location, sat on top of a soaring cliff top, Ronda was one of the last Moorish towns to fall during the re-conquest by the Catholic monarchs.

Around town
Ronda, the Capital City of the surrounding landscape of "La Serrania' is a prime tourist destination and can often become engulfed with group tours; but the town is much better explored on your own, finding your way around the pretty narrow cobbled centre and stopping to take in the magnificent views to the surrounding sierra.

The town is easily explored on foot with the first stop normally being the 18th century Puente Nuevo (New Bridge) which sits across the 100m chasm of the El Tajo Gorge where the Rio Gaudelvin runs below.

As Ronda is the birthplace of modern bullfighting many people also head to the bull ring to see where some of the most famous fights of all have taken place. In the old cobbled quarter of
town, you can visit the old 16th century covent, which has been converted into an interesting art museum.

Other attractions include the Casa de Don Bosco, which is a handsome town mansion owned by one of Ronda's titled families. The Palacio Mondragón, which was modernised rather poorly
during the sixties, but there are still some beautiful gardens to enjoy. The restored Arab Baths are said to be the best preserved in Europe and the beautiful La Casa del Ray Moro with its water mine and garden is a delightful stop-off.

The wonderful Plaza Duquesa de Parcent with its convent and two churches is a beautiful spot to sit down and take in the historic atmosphere that exudes from Ronda.

Cuisine
Ronda cuisine is inspired by its mountainous location, and is based on rustic, flavoursome and warming dishes such as soups of tomato, or bean and lentils soup, scrambled eggs served with
legumes, asparagus and mushrooms.

"Migas" is a traditional dish made from fried breadcrumbs, served with chorizo, peppers and
other ingredients can be added. Typical stews using snails, rabbit ("conejo a la rondeña"), partridge ("perdices al estilo de la serrania) and oxtail are all delicious local specialities.

Eating out
Ronda is home to one of the most famous restaurants in Andalucia, the Michelin star Tragabuches, and it doesn't stop there as there are many excellent restaurants in the town, from
the expensive to the cheap and cheerful. However, there is one thing to say about eating out in Ronda, you have to eat Spanish. If you miss your pizzas, or British food, then head back down to the Coast. When in Ronda, eat like an Andaluz!

Climate
Due to its mountain location, Ronda has a distinctly different climate to the rest of the coastal region of the Costa del Sol. Enclosed by the mountains keeps the town relatively tolerable during the summer, but cold and grey and wet during the winter.


Bedroom Information:
Single Rooms 0 rooms
Double Rooms 6 rooms
Twin Bedrooms 3 rooms
Family Bedrooms 1 rooms
Bathrooms 0 rooms
Cots: N/A
Bunkbeds: N/A
Showers: 10
Toilets: 10

Local Area Information:
Nearest Beach Marbella
Nearest Town Ronda
Outside Info Balcony • Barbecue • Garage • Garden • Garden chairs • Parking • Pool • Sun beds • Terrace • Children welcome • Disabled Access • For the Elderly • Parking • Pets not allowed •
Ferry Port Tarifa
Local Activities Beach • Fishing • Horse riding • Kite Surfing • Mountain Biking • Sailing • Walking • Water Parks • Windsurfing •

Travel Information:
Nearest Airport Malaga
Ferry Port Tarifa
Nearest Railway Ronda
Nearest Motorway Marbella
Nearest Hospital Ronda
Car Needed? Yes


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