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La Aguilera (Eyrie)

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1 bedroom
1 bathroom
2 guests
3 nights minimum
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La Aguilera The Eagle's nest. In the Andalusian Pueblo Blanco , white village of Olvera, The cutest little house you will ever see, perched up high in the old town, under the recently restored Church of Nuestra Senora de la Encarnacion and The Arab Castle on Calle Calzada, the highest point of the town , built at the end of the 12th century when Olvera was part of the Nazari, Moorish Kingdom of Granada. On the ground floor a kitchen/diner and a shower room. Upstairs the brightest bed-sitting room imaginable with amazing views seen from a wall of glass. Up again and you have an amazing roof terrace with the church behind you and the olive groves and the town spread out in front. Everything you could need, including internet access, is included in this little house, the perfect getaway. ...La Aguilera The Eagle's nest. In the Andalusian Pueblo Blanco , white village of Olvera, The cutest little house you will ever see, perched up high in the old town, under the recently restored Church of Nuestra Senora de la Encarnacion and The Arab Castle on Calle Calzada, the highest point of the town , built at the end of the 12th century when Olvera was part of the Nazari, Moorish Kingdom of Granada. On the ground floor a kitchen/diner and a shower room. Upstairs the brightest bed-sitting room imaginable with amazing views seen from a wall of glass. Up again and you have an amazing roof terrace with the church behind you and the olive groves and the town spread out in front. Everything you could need, including internet access, is included in this little house, the perfect getaway. Olvera is in the Spanish province of Cadiz within a 90 minute drive from the airports of Malaga, Seville and Jerez. A perfect base for all types of holiday: for the sporty nearby attractions include: The Via Verde, a railway line made into a country path which provides both cycle hire and horse riding . a little further afield at Algondonales you can learn para gliding. The bird watcher and nature lover should head for ZaframagonMore
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Pets Allowed: Yes
Smoking Allowed: No
Kid Friendly: No
Cooker
Short Term Rentals (4 Days Or Fewer)
Fishing Nearby
Refrigerator
Housekeeping Included
Towels Provided
Cycling Trips
A Winter Sun Getaway
Parking
Hiking Trips
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Balcony
Mountain Views
Linens Provided
Horse Riding Nearby
Wi-Fi
Kettle
Internet Access
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About the Owner
Dr. Maryanne T
Languages spoken:English
Response Rate:90%
Response Time:Within a day
Listed Since:January 2014
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About the neighbourhood
Olvera is more than twelve thousand years old, going as far back as the Palaeolithic era, the Phoenician and Roman settled here. the Romans calied it either Hippa or Hippo Nova. The area was overrun by Visigoths from the Baltic region in the 5th century then by Berber armies from north Africa in the 9th century. The Berbers called the town, Wubira. The town fell to the Christian reconquistadores in 1327. Our town's most famous son is Nicolás de Ribera, the leaders of Spain's conquest of Peru. He was first mayor Lima, in 1535.There is a plaque mentioning him near our house. During the 19th century Olvera was notorious, as a bandit refuge, hence the famous Andaluz saying: 'Kill your man and flee to Olvera!' one of Olvera's modern-day tourism attractions is the Via Verde an abandoned rail-...
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