Apartment for 4 people in Mijas costa

Las Palmeras – Calahonda. Beautiful holiday apartment with pool, 2 bedrooms and 2 bathrooms for rent on the Costa del Sol in Andalusia - Southern Spain

This brand-new modern corner apartment is situated in a stunning and quiet resort Las Palmeras with panoramic views to the sea and coastline. The apartment with two bedrooms and two bathrooms is comfortably furnished in a fresh and modern style with a comfortable lounge sofa, dining table with 4 chairs, and a flat-screen TV with a view English channels and FREE WiFi INTERNET. There is central air conditioning/heating in all rooms and a spacious terrace with panoramic views of the sea, the coast & mountains. On the terrace, with luxury terrace furniture with 4 chairs, you can enjoy your breakfast under the Spanish sun. The resort Las Palmeras is located in the upper part of Calahonda in Mijas Costa. It has communal gardens with a swimming pool and sun terraces for each apartment block. The apartment is conveniently located for golf, tennis, and beach. From the apartment, it's 1 kilometer to 3 kilometer driving to several supermarkets, restaurants, shops, and bars in Calahonda. Beach in Calahonda at 3,5 km.
There is private parking available in the underground parking.

La Siesta Golf and tennis Club Del Sol are both within 2 Km distance.


Living room
Spacious living room with lounge area, dining area, and sliding doors to the terrace.
INSIDE AVAILABLE: Central air conditioning cold/hot in all rooms, comfortable lounge sofa, and a dining table with 4 chairs.
ENTERTAINMENT: Flat-screen TV with some international channels.
INTERNET: Free WiFi Internet.


Modern kitchen with ceramic hob, extractor, oven, microwave, refrigerator, dishwasher, washing machine, coffee machine, water cooker, toaster, and granite worktop.


Two bedrooms, all with enough wardrobes and air conditioning/heating. The master bedroom has a double bed of 160 X 200. The second bedroom has 2 single beds of 90 X 200. All beds have good quality and mattresses. Baby cot and children highchair are available on request.


Two bathrooms. Main bathroom with bathtub, bathroom bath furniture with two washbasins, toilet and bidet. Second bathroom with shower, washbasin, and toilet.


Partly covered private terrace orientated on the south with a terrace table with 4 chairs. The terrace is ideally situated to enjoy your alfresco breakfast under the Spanish sun with beautiful views over the sea and coast.


Swimming pool
Communal swimming pool with sun terrace and free to use sunbeds.


COVID-19 update: The swimming pools at Block 8 and Block 14 will be reopened from 28 July with a maximum capacity of 75%. We ask you to comply with the health and safety measures announced on the swimming pool sign.


  1. Face mask. A face mask is obligated while walking in the garden and around the swimming pool. While sitting, sunbathing, and swimming, you do not have to wear a mask.
  2. Please maintain a distance of 1.5m from others who do not belong to your family or group.
  3. Use a hand cleaning gel if necessary or wash your hands.
  4. The communal sunbeds can not be used as they cannot guarantee proper cleaning. You are welcome to use your own sun loungers and bath towel.
  5. Showering before entering the pool is mandatory.
  6. The toilets are closed for hygiene reasons. Please use the toilet in your apartment.

Communal garden with a swimming pool.


Private underground parking place with a lift to the apartment.


For this holiday accommodation, you need a car.


The complex is fully fenced. You enter through an automatic gate with remote control.


Entertainment and leisure activities for your holidays in Mijas Costa, Malaga, Andalusia

  • beach, bars, restaurants, supermarkets, shops within 3 kilometers of the apartment.
  • theme park (Tivoli World), zoo (Bioparc Fuengirola), water park (Aqua Mijas) and oceanographic park (Sea Life) all within 25 kilometers of the apartment

Sights and culture in Mijas Costa, Malaga, Andalusia

  • church 3 kilometers from the accommodation
  • museum: several museums in Malaga city 45 kilometers away
  • the old town of Marbella at 17 kilometers


  • Tennis: Club del Sol tennis 2 km away
  • Golf: La Siesta Golf at 2 kilometers from the apartment

Official accommodation identification number: VFT/MA/05335


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To calculate the price for your holiday go to the calendar and select dates.
Special Offers
21/04/2021 30/08/2021 To 10%
Prices in € per Week
From To
01/04/2021 01/07/2021 € 658
01/07/2021 01/09/2021 € 819
01/09/2021 01/11/2021 € 658
01/11/2021 21/12/2021 € 553
21/12/2021 01/01/2022 € 658
01/01/2022 01/04/2022 € 553
01/04/2022 01/07/2022 € 658
01/07/2022 01/09/2022 € 819
01/09/2022 01/11/2022 € 658
01/11/2022 21/12/2022 € 553
21/12/2022 01/01/2023 € 658
Services included in the rental price
Optional Extras
Aero bed incl. linen € 49.00 per booking
Beach towels € 5.00 per person
Cot including linen € 39.00 per booking
Grocery pack € 40.00 per booking
High chair € 15.00 per booking
Travel and Cancellation Insurance € 1,248.00 per person

* to be charged in certain periods



This accommodation is not available for weekends, parties and / or celebrations only.

In order to improve the quality of your check-in on site, we recommend that you pay the full amount before your arrival. This is the total amount including extras and deposit.

Arrival outside office hours.
After 17:00 hours or in the weekend, the entire amount must be paid in advance.

Upon arrival on Monday to Friday before 17:00 you will be personally checked in and escorted to your holiday accommodation. The keys will then be handed over to you in our office. For arrivals after 17:00 or during Sundays and public holidays, you can get keys from one of our key safes. The route and details will then be sent to you by e-mail.


  • Accommodation for the indicated number of people
  • Accommodation on 1 level
  • Online availability calendar
  • Elevator
  • Communal garden
  • Resort accommodation
  • Community pool
  • Garden
  • Air conditioning
  • Heating
  • Internet connection
  • Cable/Satellite television
  • Washing machine
  • Television
  • Microwave
  • Dishwasher
  • Bedlinen included in rental price
  • Towels
  • Non smoking accommodation
  • Private parking
  • Golf course within 4 km.
  • Hiking trails within 200 m.
  • Snorkelling within 5 km.
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