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Villa entière – hôte : Tania
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​Secluded country villa in the Andalusian countryside
Private pool, 20 minutes by car from beach and golf courses
10 minutes from the unspoiled fishing town of Ayamonte.

Le logement
Private pool, several patios, fruit orchard, veranda, terrace and poolside furniture, barbeque, private parking

Main wing:
Two bedrooms with double beds, bathroom, kitchen, spacious living room with fireplace and air conditioners

Apartment wing:
Large airconditioned bed/sittingroom with two single beds plus double sofabed and bathroom en-suite

Study wing (by arrangement only):
Large study/library, with desk and armchair overlooking the lemon tree patio and valley below, Woodstove, comfortable double sofabed

Laundry wing:
Washing machine, iron, ironing board, utility sink.

Toilet, bidet, shower and bathtub in each bathroom

Note that pool is covered and not for use between November-March.

Comfortable accomodation for 6-8 people
There are two bedrooms with double beds and shared bathroom in the main house, plus one bedroom in the apartment wing, containing two single beds plus a double sofabed, and bathroom en-suite.

Additionally, there is a double sofa bed in the study wing, available by special arrangement.

More information and pictures at

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Ayamonte, Andalousie, Espagne

Finca Fotea is located just outside the traditional fishing town of Ayamonte. Once an important fishing port as well as the border crossing to Portugal, this lively town of 19 000 inhabitants boasts a number of excellent restaurants and good boutique shopping opportunities.

This is the real Spain. Explore the narrow cobbled streets, steps and walkways of the old quarter of the town to find cats asleep in the windowsills and old women chatting with their neighbours on the front stoop. Shop for fresh produce, meats, cheese and seafood in the Mercado Municipal. Relax with coffee or drinks in one of the many cafes.

Finca Fotea lies on a pineclad hill overlooking the delta of the Guadiana river, which separates Spain from Portugal. These tidal wetlands are a protected nature preserve, with abundant birdlife, and are a birdwatcher's paradise. Blue&Green Sport rents kayaks and arranges guided tours to explore the wetlands.

Nobody parties like an Andalusian! During Easter week, Ayamonte doesn't sleep as the town fills with the traditional Andalusian easter parades, and in September, the town celebrates its patron saint in a week-long festival of Angustias.

The Rocio pilgrimage each spring, with its procession of horse-drawn carts and traditional costumes, passes right in front of Finca Fotea on its way to el Rocio.

The beaches at Punta de Moral and Isla Canela
Nestled between the estuary of the Guadiana and the Atlantic coastline, Punta de Moral was once a tiny fishing village. Now its long sandy beach is busy with 5-star hotels and holiday apartments, catering largely to Spanish vacationers from Madrid and Sevilla. The chiringuito (beach bar) La Sonrisa has good food - and a well stocked bar.

Similarly the beach at Isla Canela, closer to town and to the river mouth, is substantially built up with both hotel and apartment buildings.

In spite of this, the beaches are rarely packed, and outside of the busy holiday month of August, often very tranquil.

Both beaches have water sport activities available through the Kanela sailing school.

Blue & Green Sports rent bikes, including electric bikes and mountain bikes, and provide maps with bike routes etc. They also rent kayaks, and arrange guided kayak tours of the delta wetlands, as well as guided bike tours in the environs. Highly recommended!

​Water sports: Kanela Sailing School (sailing, catamaran, surf, paddle yoga etc)

Biking: the old train tracks from Huelva to Ayamonte have been converted to a bike and pedestrian path, passing through the beautiful marine wetlands in front of Finca Fotea and going right into town. Click here for map of bike trails around Ayamonte and Finca Fotea.

Hiking: the pine hills behind the Finca, as well as the marine wetlands in front make for excellent hiking.

Golfing: Two golf clubs close at hand: Golf Isla Canela and Costa Esuri Golf Club

Riding: Escuela Hipica A.J. La Cruz

There are wonderful trips to be explored, in all directions.

The Sierra de Aracena, just to the north, with the lovely town of Aracena and the great stalactite grotto below is a lovely day trip.

For a slightly longer trip, the Sierra de Cadiz to the south east, with the route of the white towns, with Arcos de la Frontera and Ronda as high points, is also highly recommended.

To the west, the Algarve coast, with the town of Tavira as perhaps the loveliest, is heavy on both tourists and beautiful sandy coves. For just a quick trip, take the ferry - once the only way to cross the border - from Ayamonte to Villa Real de Santo Antonio, for lunch or shopping.

Also in Portugal, an overnight visit to the lovely walled medieval university town of Évora cannot be too higly recommended!

And of course, Sevilla is a must. A mere hour and a half away, it is beautiful, romantic, and replete with architectural and historical pearls. Go there to eat (this is where tapas were invented), to visit the cathedral and wonderful museums, to listen to flamenco - or for great shopping. Don't miss the Barrio de Santa Cruz.

Again, for an overnight trip, Merida to the north is highly recommended. Once one of the most important cities in the Roman empire, it has a great many Roman ruins, including the still standing aqueduct, and a wonderful, awardwinning Roman museum.

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I am a Norwegian-Spanish mother of two (and a dog), with roots in England and the US, and a deep and abiding love of experiencing new people and places. I am also an Airbnb host, a communications professional and ex-journalist, and a ridiculously nice person!
I am a Norwegian-Spanish mother of two (and a dog), with roots in England and the US, and a deep and abiding love of experiencing new people and places. I am also an Airbnb host, a…
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Pas d'animaux domestiques
Pas de fêtes ni de soirées
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