(Nerja (Costa del Sol))
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The El Capistrano Village is a fashionable development of established villas and apartments located on a hillside over-looking the main town with views out over the sea and mountains. The Village is an idyllic, flower strewn, well maintained area with beautiful pedestrian pathways – ideal for young families or longer stays over the winter.
The apartments at El Capistrano range from 2 person studios to large villas with fully equipped kitchens, living area and satellite television offering approximately 25 Sky channels. Linen and bathroom towels are also provided. You just need to bring towels for beach/pools. At the El Capistrano you will find three superb communal swimming pools (plus two infant pools) with lifeguards operating during the Spring/Summer seasons, a small supermarket, bar, ATM and a privately owned tennis club 'next door' to the village.
The town of Nerja, plus numerous beaches, are within walking distance but there is also an excellent bus or taxi service to take you the 1.5km up or down the hill. The wonderful Burriana Beach as well as numerous other beaches are also only close by. You will find a restaurant on El Capistrano Village and also the Cueva Bar which is open every evening. There are several other restaurants close to the Village if you do not wish to venture into town or to the beach for restaurant facilities.
- Tea and Coffee Making Facilities
- Ground Floor Rooms
- Parking at Hotel Free: Yes
- Outdoor Pool Free: Yes
- Tennis Free: No
- Name: MALAGA
- Distance: 55 kilometres
- Name: MALAGA
- Distance: 70 kilometres
- Cots/Cribs Free: No
- Baby Sitting
Bar and Restaurant
- Bar in Hotel
- Restaurant in hotel
- Nearest Rail Name: Malaga Distance: 55 kilometres
- Nearest Airport Name: Malaga Distance: 70 kilometres
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SuperBreak Customer Rating
- Overall: SuperBreak Overall Rating: 3.0 out of 5 based on 1 review
- Sleep: SuperBreak Sleep Rating: 4.0 out of 5
- Staff: SuperBreak Staff Rating: 4.0 out of 5
- Location: SuperBreak Location Rating: 4.0 out of 5
TripAdvisor Traveller Rating
- Overall: based on 263 reviews
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Short Week-end Break in Nerja, Spain
Stay Date: 22/06/2007, a customer who stayed in this hotel wrote this review.
This a girls week-end we have done or some 8+years now, using independant booking through Superbreak.The Capistrano complex , nerja club hoteljust on the outskirts of Nerja are excellent value for money and great to stay at. places to visit? - Nerja… See more
This a girls week-end we have done or some 8+years now, using independant booking through Superbreak.The Capistrano complex , nerja club hoteljust on the outskirts of Nerja are excellent value for money and great to stay at. places to visit? - Nerja at night especially on St.Johns celebrations June 23rd ( always celerbrated on the actual day) as there are fireworks and bonfires on the beach, live music and dancing in the streets. A good Spanish celebration, which is not roudy just great fun. Collapse
Overall Hotel Rating: 3 out of 5
- Destination: 4 out of 5
- Sleep: 4 out of 5
- Staff: 4 out of 5
- Beaches along Nerja Coast: 5 out of 5
- Buriana Beach BBQ: 5 out of 5
- Tapas Bar, Nerja Town Centre: 4 out of 5
Stay Date: 10/2016, Triphound666 wrote this review.
My wife and I had a great time in Villa Berraquero. We used it as a base to explore Nerja which is well know to us from previous visits as well as driving to Cordoba and Estapona / Manilva. There are 2 good supermarkets within a few minutes walk … See more
My wife and I had a great time in Villa Berraquero. We used it as a base to explore Nerja which is well know to us from previous visits as well as driving to Cordoba and Estapona / Manilva. There are 2 good supermarkets within a few minutes walk (you can see one from the balcony) of the villa. You could hear traffic from the adjacent road but it wasn't intrusive. We breakfasted on the living room balcony every morning, overlooking Nerja town and the sea in the distance. The owners had fitted a sun awning which was useful. Another balcony served the bedroom downstairs and this too had a table, chairs and 2 sunbeds. WIFI was faultless. Aircon worked silently in the living room and there were electric panel heaters in most rooms should you feel cold. We never switched on the TV but it was a decent size. The kitchen was small but well appointed. Beds were comfortable. Hot water in this villa was plentiful and hot and the shower worked as it should! There is a good sized roof terrace accessed by a narrow spiral stair with a built in BBQ and 2 sunbeds. Regarding the villa general arrangements I'll let the photos speak for themselves but 2 things you need to be aware of. The villa is described as a maisonette, the ground floor has a separate room accessed from the patio / garden area. Anyone using this lower area has potential to access your bedroom balcony and bedroom if you leave the balcony door open. There is a gate at the top of the steps, between their patio and your balcony, which was unlocked and more symbolic than practicable - reach through and you could open it from either side. One day a elderly lady arrived and opened the lower accommodation. She stayed a few hours and then we didn't see her again, though she seemed very nice we couldn't understand each other. We were later told this is only used by the owner and friends and that no one would be staying. OK, but this does of course leave you relying on someone else's notion of security and privacy. The other point. The stairs leading from the kitchen / dining to the sleeping area below are steep and the top half lacks a handrail. we thought it quirky but others may struggle and young children should definitely be kept away. Again, our photos show it. Though we have been informed that these points will be updated on the SpainAway website the villa may be advertised elsewhere. It was a great break away from the UK in a lovely villa, splendid surroundings, and summer warmth (at least for us Brit's). We have booked through SpainAway dot com before, nothing seems too much trouble and would have no hesitation using them again. Collapse
Perfect for our needs
Stay Date: 09/2016, embankment wrote this review.
There appears to be two sides to the complex: one.nearer the town and the other towards Burriana. The property we were allocated was in the latter and a fair walk to the other sides, which incidentally we never returned to. The apartment itself was … See more
There appears to be two sides to the complex: one.nearer the town and the other towards Burriana. The property we were allocated was in the latter and a fair walk to the other sides, which incidentally we never returned to. The apartment itself was clean, dry well equipped and offered wonderful views of the beach and beautiful properties in the complex, yet it was private with a balcony area; housing a table for six, two loungers and an outside BBQ, giving an indication of the size. There were two moderate sized bedrooms, comprising two twins and a further double capacity in the living room. Everything we needed and beyond was available in the kitchen which was a wonderful surprise; including condiments and various tea bags and other dry staples. A wide variety of cooking utensils, washing machine and microwave were also present. For children there were some toys and beach equipment too! The apartment has available internet, though to be fair wasn't overly reliable, requiring constant reset. In terms of location it would not be suitable for older people or those with mobility issues. Despite being a passage from the apartment to the beach area, it is a good fifteen minute walk on quite steep steps, which to be honest is not pleasurable. I can't envisage this being accessible with small children either and would be a nightmare with a buggy! In the apartment was a 'rule book' including contact details for the owners and a management service, though they were not available when called. Upon check in we had to wait until 3/4pm for the staff and when they checked us in, they provided free transport to our apartment, which could have not been reached other wise. Due to the restricted opening hours it also meant we were not able to retrieve our €20 deposit for the pool pass and having been home now nearly one month there has been no effort made to reimburse, which is poor. In addition you should check your flight return times if intending to use public transport back and forth to the airport as the buses aren't that accessible before an afternoon flight, requiring a taxi. The restaurants in the Burriana area reasonably priced and vary in quality, though note it is a quiet area, with no lively bar scene / live entertainment. Therefore if you are seeking such entertainment, you may wish to review. Collapse
Stay Date: 09/2016, Lovejoyboy1 wrote this review.
Although high up away from town. Good business service every hour for 1 euro. Very clean and comfortable. Needs either air conditioning or new fan, which was broken as not much air circulation and hard to sleep at night, otherwise was really nice ap… See more
Although high up away from town. Good business service every hour for 1 euro. Very clean and comfortable. Needs either air conditioning or new fan, which was broken as not much air circulation and hard to sleep at night, otherwise was really nice apartment. Collapse
Stay Date: 09/2016, sharon g wrote this review.
set out in the middle of no where with no phone to reception, and reception closes at 10 each night, on second night we had no electricity for 12 hours and no one to ask to come fix it, we had to pay €30.00 for use of the pool which was a ten minute … See more
set out in the middle of no where with no phone to reception, and reception closes at 10 each night, on second night we had no electricity for 12 hours and no one to ask to come fix it, we had to pay €30.00 for use of the pool which was a ten minute walk away up hill, when we got to it we then had to pay for each bed and umbrella Collapse
Stay Date: 09/2016, Rachgen wrote this review.
Lovely place but you need a car, arrived in the dark and had to get taxi and security to find the villa no. 43, very dilapidated but quite roomy with big patio and garden. advised to check in with reception the next morning which we did to get the ai… See more
Lovely place but you need a car, arrived in the dark and had to get taxi and security to find the villa no. 43, very dilapidated but quite roomy with big patio and garden. advised to check in with reception the next morning which we did to get the air con, safety deposit and pool pass, then the feat of getting back up the hill !!! no bus as its only hourly and taxi's are non existent unless you book. wasted our first day negotiating all this, will never stay there again unless im at the bottom. cleaning is only once a week which is very poor so we had to wash towels etc lucky the villa was well equipped. Collapse
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