Alpujarras (Granada)

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  • Ground floor:  Entrance hall opening onto study area and snug-style sitting area (A/C, fireplace, TV, DVD, WiFi).  Open plan kitchen/dining room/sitting area with patio doors to courtyard (iPod dock, oven, dishwasher, microwave).  Conservatory (A/C).  Wet room with shower.  Laundry room (washing machine).  Double bedroom with en suite shower room and door to courtyard (A/C). 
  • First floor:  Landing.  Double bedroom (A/C) with en suite bathroom (also accessed from the landing).  Bedroom with three single beds (A/C).  Double bedroom (A/C). 
  • Outside:  Extensive grounds of terraced lawns, orchards and woodland.  Covered dining terrace.  Courtyard.  In-built barbecue. 
  • Steps leading up to private irregular-shaped swimming pool with Roman steps and shallow section (14m x 7m at widest points), surrounded by poolside terraces and a poolside shower.

Stunning panoramic vistas of rolling sierras and high mountains encircle the three and a half acres of terraced gardens, sweeping lawns, orchard and woodland of this charming country retreat, a picturesque rural idyll amidst the picture-postcard scenery of The Alpujarras.

Behind a glistening whitewashed façade and foliage-strewn dining terrace a delightful interior welcomes with a wealth of typical local features and an inviting ambience.  Attractive ceramics, carved wooden units, wood beamed ceilings and terracotta floor tiles provide character, whilst air conditioning ensures comfort at all times of the year.

It is however in the ample grounds that you will no doubt spend much of your time.  Here you can relax or play on the extensive lawns that spread beyond the house in a series of terraces, forget the cares of city life whilst lounging on the ample gated terrace surrounding the fourteen metre swimming pool and finding the spot from which you can see mountains to the north, east and south.  Depending on the season, you will discover oranges, lemons, figs, pears, plums, almonds, walnuts, pomegranates and herbs from the herb garden for flavouring your cooking. 

When you can prise yourselves away from these enticing surroundings you will find that you are ideally placed for walking, cycling and riding through the scenic valleys and hillsides of The Alpujarras or the higher peaks of the Sierra Nevada which beckon from the north.  For all amenities and some good local restaurants the provincial capital of Orgiva is just 2.3km away.

Terraced grounds mean that young children will require close supervision.

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Great Things to Do Near Sierravista

Mountain View

Lie on a sunbed by your own private pool and relax, gazing at the peaceful and majestic mountains in the distance

Oasys Theme Park

Visit the mini-Hollywood studio in the Taberna desert close to Almeria. The unique landscape has provided a backdrop to films such as The Good, The Bad and The Ugly and Indiana Jones.

Jamón in Trevelez

Taste and purchase some of the famous air-cured ham which is produced here. Trevelez is one of the highest villages in Spain at 1,486m.


Visit the Sacramonte gyspy quarter of Granada and then stay for a show and dinner at one of the many tavernas.

The magic of the Alhambra

Book your tickets online in advance, and explore the stunningly beautiful and fascinating Alhambra in Granada city. It's like stepping back in time, to the centuries when the Moors ruled Andalucía.

Underground marvels

Visit the huge Nerja Cave, with its amazing galleries, halls, stalagmites and stalagtites. Afterwards, the pretty town of Nerja is worth exploring. Don't miss the views from its famous 'Balcón de Europa' viewing point.

Go up to the Berber villages

Their exotic names roll off the tongue: Pampaneira, Capileira, Bubión... drive up to these lovely traditional mountain villages, enjoy some of the local cuisine and wander round the shops with their colourful handmade ceramics, rugs and textiles.

Don't miss the market!

The outdoor market takes place in Órgiva on a Thursday morning, in the upper part of town. It's excellent for locally-grown fruit and vegetables, fresh bread, olives, pickles and handicrafts and is a great way to soak up the atmosphere of a traditional market town.

Sample the local wine

The Spanish wine critic José Peñin has pin-pointed this area as a key up-and-coming wine area. Keep an eye on La Alpujarra of Granada,” he said. “Its winemakers are capable of making great wine.

Bird watching

The Alpujarras region of Granada is excellent for birdwatching and guided birding tours are available. Even if you're not a keen ornithologist, take your camera as you explore the area because the countryside and views are spectacular.

Water, water, everywhere...

At least, in the pretty town of Lanjarón, where the local water is famous throughout Spain and is often served in restaurants. There is also a spa in Lanjarón, with a variety of water treatments and therapies.... go on, why not treat yourselves?



Lanjarón 20 mins
Pampaneira 30 mins
Orgiva 30 mins
Motril 35 mins
Nerja 50 mins


Salobreña 40 mins
Almuñecar 45 mins
La Herradura 50 mins


Granada 65 mins
Malaga 90 mins
Almeria 90 mins
Sevilla 195 mins
Times are approximate

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