Villa Vista Alboran, Competa

For up to 9 Guests

About the Accommodation

The villa is situated between Torrox and Competa in the Costa del Sol. It is on a hillside where you have beautiful views of other villas, mountains and the sea. Here you can enjoy the peace and privacy. The 220 m² inside space is enough for two families to enjoy the Spanish peace. Competa is only 6 km away, there you can walk through the streets of a typical white village where there are many shops –supermarkets, bakeries, artisan and gift shops. 12 km away you have the hustle and bustle of the Costa. Torrox with its wonderful coastline 'boulevard' or Nerja with its lovely tourist shops. The villa is rented to a maximum of 10 persons. The house has 5 bedrooms with airconditioning, 3 bathrooms, several terraces, a private swimming pool and a very nice patio with BBQ. Free broadband Wifi and satellite TV (TV Vlaanderen) makes your stay complete.

Address: Desimenado La Mata 95 Competa, Spain

Size: 220.0 m², 8 Rooms, 5 Bedrooms, 3 Bathrooms

Beds: 1 Single bed, 4 Double beds

Prices: 90 EUR - 130 EUR / Night

More pricing information:

Broadband internet, satellite TV, water included.

The electricity is available through a pay as you go meter (with normal Spanish electricity Tarif)

Linen rental, towels are 15 euro per person.

Final cleaning 80 euro

Reservation fee: 30%

Pay balance 6 weeks before arrival

Refundable security deposit: 200 €


  • TV
  • Air conditioning
  • Kitchen
  • Wireless internet
  • Washing machine
  • Free Parking on premises
  • Balcony
  • Hangers
  • Pets allowed
  • Coffee machine
  • Kettle
  • Dining Table
  • Tablet PC
  • Cable TV
  • Heating
  • Internet
  • Hair dryer
  • Pool
  • Indoor Fireplace
  • Terrace
  • Iron
  • Cookware
  • Freezer
  • Microwave
  • Dishwasher


At 10 kilometers away from the villa lies Cómpeta. The quiet, white village has 3,500 inhabitants and is 650 meters. It is a nostalgic village with narrow, steep streets full of geraniums. There is wine and honey made ​​and there is a wine museum. On August 15 each year the celebrated Noche del Vino, a wine festival. Around the village there are beautiful nature, really a must for nature lovers. There are several rivers and waterfalls, where walks are. 

Sayalonga is a village located in the Axarquia region with a lot of history from the time when the Moors conquered Andalusia. There are many monuments and also there is a Moorish Museum. Sayalonga in this region is also known for its "Nisperos", or the fruit of the medlar tree. In May, the harvest of this fruit is brought in and a big feast, where 7000 visitors each year to come. Sayalonga also has the only round cemetery of Spain.

Torrox is located east of Malaga and prides itself with the slogan "the best climate in Europe." Torrox probably has its origins in Roman times, there are remains of a factory / city found. The Romans developed here the preservation of fish, the garum that Rome would be very popular. During the Moorish domination was the manufacture of silk, the main source of income. For the caterpillar cultivation were therefore everywhere in the area planted mulberry trees. After the reconquest by the Catholic Kings Torrox was largely depopulated, because most of the residents were Moors. In 1884/1885 Torrox was hit by two earthquakes with many properties were destroyed. Torrox Costa has become a popular holiday resort with a wide promenade on the beach. The upper village Torrox has still preserved its ancient atmosphere.

Nerja is a pleasant, but versatile town on the Mediterranean Sea in the state of Spanish Andalusia. This easternmost town of the Costa del Sol is a really nice, attractive destination for young and old. You can perfectly enjoy the wonderful beaches, many restaurants , entertainment , local attractions, nature and recreation, cultural festivals and holidays . Nerja's charm lies inter alia in the beautiful location on a plateau above the sea causing a large number of beaches are formed, each with its own character. This combined with the magnificent viewpoint Balcon de Europa and the typical Spanish narrow streets in the historic center make Nerja really picturesque. Because the town is mature later than the coast west of Malaga, there are relatively few high-rise buildings. On the one hand, Nerja is surrounded by farmland and on the other by a mountainous natural area (towards Cerro Gordo) with magnificent views and beaches. The coastline is 16 km of which 13 km beach. Nerja is famous for its caves, the Cuevas de Nerja in Nerja- Maro , which attract many tourists from home and abroad (see also immediately Maro historic Aguila aqueduct).