La Perla de Frigiliana
La Perla de Frigiliana
La Perla de Frigiliana
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La Perla de Frigiliana
La Perla de Frigiliana
La Perla de Frigiliana
La Perla de Frigiliana

La Perla de Frigiliana


Nice entrance, beautiful large white villa, green gardens with clear blue swimming pool, palmtrees, stunning views, the picture is complete!

Four double rooms are situated on the ground floor, together with a spacious garden suite with private terrace and direct entrance to the garden and pool. And on the 1st floor another great spacious suite is located where the originally tiled bathroom is a real eye-catcher! This suite has a private terrace with views over the swimming pool and well maintained gardens. Big plus, all rooms offer box spring beds, relaxed!

Beside these rooms you can use the large living- and dining room, decorated with taste! It is possible to have dinner with the other guests at the solid and very large dining table which is a nice opportunity to get acquainted to other people. But on the other hand, if you prefer a private table, no worries, this can be organized as well.

Talking about food, on a regular basis the owners will cook for their guests a delicious meal or organise a tapas, paella or BBQ-diner!

Also you will find a historic cortijo on the Finca, (which is 2,5 hectare!) which can be rented completely when you stay with a group (3 bedrooms; 3 bathrooms - max. 6 persons).

The owners have created a fantastic accommodation here where you will be able to meet other people but where you also have all the privacy you wish. Combined with a pretty environment, nice food and the possibility to lazy around is in our opinion a great combination for a nice break.

• The bedrooms are not very spacious but sufficient, the suites are really large though!

• On a regular basis a great dinner is being served.
• Beautifully decorated.
• Large gardens with different terraces.

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- Breakfast will be served on daily bases and on a regular basis a 3-course dinner will be served. The costs of a dinner will be around € 25,-- per person.
- Swimming pool.
- Garden.
- In and around the house is free WiFi connection available.
- One speaks Dutch and English.
- Children older then 12 years are welcome.
- No rooms with wheelchair access.
- Hotel has its own parking facilities (free of charge).


A/C, heating, TV, Telephone, minibar and safe in every room.
Bathroom with shower and toilet.
Hotel has 4 double rooms and 2 suites; and a cortijo for 6 persons (3 bedrooms, 3 bathrooms). The suites do have airco, the double rooms are having fans.

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rates, terms & conditions

Note!! Stated prices are recommended prices, depending on the period the prices can be higher or lower. Ask us about the correct price.

Double room with double bedPrice from€ 105
SuitePrice from€ 135
Cortijo – 6 personsPrice per week from€ 840to€ 1.595

Prices are:
- including breakfast
- including 10% VAT

Cortijo is only for rent from Saturday to Saturday.

Booking conditions:
A deposit of 50% of the booking amount will be payable to guarantee the reservation. This amount will need to be transferred (bank) to the hotel. The remaining amount will be payable 6 weeks before arrival date.

Cancellation policy:
No charge if booking is cancelled 6 weeks or more prior to the arrival date (the deposit will be returned minus bank costs). In case of cancellation within 6-4 weeks before arrival date, 50% of the booking amount will be charges. In case of cancellation within 4 weeks before arrival date, the full booking amount will be charged.

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surrounding area

This town with over 500 years of history has retained its character, with its whitewashed houses, narrow streets and squares. Tourists crowd the Balcón de Europa, a sprawling rock that spectacularly protrudes into the sea and offers a view of the magnificent coastline. This natural balcony is in the centre of Nerja. Various staircases lead down to the beaches and bays.
The nicest beach is Playa Burriana, on the eastern side of Nerja.
Further east you will find the Cuevas de Nerja, a string of caverns of great archaeological importance. Only a few of these colossal caverns are open to the public, and there you will be lead past the world’s thickest stalactite, which even made it into the Guinness Book of Records in 1989.

Options for activities include walks and bike rides. Or a tour further inland past the pueblos blancos (white villages). And you can, of course, also play a round of golf.
Nearby La Herradura is Andalucía's prime location for diving.

A visit to the caves of Nerja will definitely excite the kids.

Nerja has various beaches. The Playa Burriana in particular is worth the effort.
Between Nerja and La Herradura there are several beautiful bays situated between the rocks. Many of these beaches are pebble beaches.

The following villages/towns in the area are definitely worth a visit:
Frigiliana (6km; 10min)
Frigiliana is a charming white village, a few kilometres inland from Nerja. Local artesanía shops sell local honey and regional Muscatel wines.

La Herradura (17km; 16min):
La Herradura is one of the finest seaside resorts west of Almuñecar on the Costa Tropical. It is known for its magnificent aspect on a bay with a wide beach, jammed in between spectacular cliffs. It is also Andalucía's prime location for diving.

Málaga (54km; 46min):
The bustling port city of Málaga is Andalucía’s biggest city after Seville. It used to be an important trading port, because in the 19th century Málaga wine was exported all over Europe, until Phylloxera, the pest that had already destroyed grapevines all over Europe, reached Málaga and put an end to its wealth.
Málaga old town is the area around the cathedral. The Museo Picasso is also near the cathedral, and exhibits many of the works of this famous artist, who was born in Málaga. Further sights include the Alcazaba, one of the prime Moorish fortresses in Andalucía, and the Castillo de Gibralfaro, a 14th-century Moorish castle, which you can access through its beautiful gardens.
Also make sure you taste some of Málaga’s fine wines in a bodega, some of which also serve delicious tapas.

And you can, of course, head for one of these world famous cities for a day trip:
Granada (101km; 1h30min):
The Alhambra was the part of town where princes, nobility and court staff dwelled, on the hill right in the middle of Granada. The Alhambra is a huge complex, 720m in length and 220m wide. Clever use of space, light, water and decorative features are the Alhambra’s defining features.
On the hill opposite the Alhambra, the Albayzín quarter, is where Granada’s Moorish past is still most tangible. Stroll through its narrow streets, past villas with Moorish decoration and gardens, up to the Mirador de San Nicolás. This is where you will have the best views, of the roofs of Granada, with the Alhambra behind them, which makes for a stunning view, especially at sunset!

Córdoba (207km; 2h20min):
Visit the Mezquita, Córdoba's huge mosque, which has seen various different developments throughout the years to become a fascinating blend of styles and religions. And you can also go for a stroll through the districts of San Lorenzo, Judería and San Basilio, where you will encounter the most beautiful Moorish patios. Other sights include the palace/fortress Alcázar de los Reyes Cristianos with magnificent gardens and fountains; various museums, such as the Museo Arqueológico, Museo Taurino, Museo de Bellas Artes; a string of great squares, such as the Plaza de la Corredera, Plaza del Potro.

Seville (257km; 2h55min):
The capital of Andalucía is a compact city with a rich past. Most of its major sights are in or near the city centre on the Guadalquivir river’s left bank. And they also know how to party and have a good time in this city of flamenco and tapas.
As you wander through the old Jewish quarter, the Barrio Santa Cruz, through a maze of white streets and patios, you should not forget to take in the imposing cathedral, the Moorish bell tower, La Giralda, and the royal palace Real Alcázar.
You can unwind in the María Luisa park, where you can spend the hottest part of the day under orange trees and palm trees.
The museum Museo de Bellas Artes, one of Spain’s best museums of art, is a real must. And then there are its magnificent palaces and other sights, such as the Plaza de Toros de la Maestranza (bull ring); Casa de Pilatos and the Torre del Oro.