- Enjoy the Costa del Sol at your leisure
- Outdoor pool facilities
- On-site bar & restaurant
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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
To view our full selection of accommodation in Nerja, Frigiliana & Area, view our hotels in Nerja, Frigiliana & Area page.
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 346 reviews
- Sleep Quality:
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: 02/2019, Paula H wrote this review.
First time that we have visited this part of Spain and it was a lovely site that we stayed on. The urbanisation is designed to look like a traditional spanish village and is beautifully kept. The apartment that we had although well equipped was very … See more
First time that we have visited this part of Spain and it was a lovely site that we stayed on. The urbanisation is designed to look like a traditional spanish village and is beautifully kept. The apartment that we had although well equipped was very musty and dated and smelt like an old folks home. The Cave Bar which was on site was fill of older drunken ex-pats and served only English food which is disappointing and after a quick steak pie and chips was never visited by us again. We're far from snobs but unless you like Britain with sunshine on a pretend spanish village I wouldn't bother. It's great as a base to explore the area but don't expect too much Collapse
What a GREAT place for an extended vacation
Stay Date: 01/2019, majocanada wrote this review.
We rented a villa in Capistrano Village via Trip-Advisor. Excellent experience. There is also a rental office on-site that will deal with tenants instead of dealing with an individual owner ( ours is in Sweden but very accommodating) The location i… See more
We rented a villa in Capistrano Village via Trip-Advisor. Excellent experience. There is also a rental office on-site that will deal with tenants instead of dealing with an individual owner ( ours is in Sweden but very accommodating) The location is excellent. Very easy to get to any/every thing. Easy walking into town, bus stops right at site. Ample swimming, tennis. Raquet Ball available.. Most villas have an excellent view' of the ocean. Al-in-All ~ an excellent experience. Collapse
A late getaway
Stay Date: 11/2018, lindamF8436AQ wrote this review.
A very good location, apartments basic but comfortable. All cooking facilities and utensils provided Iron and board, hairdryer. Small balcony with table and chairs, sunloungers in the garden area A very welcoming onsite bar with great food. Map of a… See more
A very good location, apartments basic but comfortable. All cooking facilities and utensils provided Iron and board, hairdryer. Small balcony with table and chairs, sunloungers in the garden area A very welcoming onsite bar with great food. Map of area provided and local buses etc. Short walk to beach and easy stroll into town. Ideal for families , couples or solo travellers. Collapse
Do not book with Nicosol
Stay Date: 11/2018, cjohnstone4384 wrote this review.
If you want a place with a broken oven, a fridge which is falling to pieces, and broken sunloungers then this is the place for you! Why not throwm in wi-fi too at the cost of £10! Plus, if you want staff to ignore your emails and shrug their should… See more
If you want a place with a broken oven, a fridge which is falling to pieces, and broken sunloungers then this is the place for you! Why not throwm in wi-fi too at the cost of £10! Plus, if you want staff to ignore your emails and shrug their shoulders when you tell them that things dont work then you really have found your dream place. I've stayed at El Capistrano on a numerous occassions and it's always been fantastic. However, sadly this time the booking through Nicosol hasnt worked out at all. Please avoid. Collapse
Stay Date: 10/2018, Triphound666 wrote this review.
We booked Villa Canela via the Spain Away Company. We were after a property for a week’ stay, second week in October. Spain Away were able to offer the villa at short notice. Nerja gets pretty much booked up during the October Fayre so we counted … See more
We booked Villa Canela via the Spain Away Company. We were after a property for a week’ stay, second week in October. Spain Away were able to offer the villa at short notice. Nerja gets pretty much booked up during the October Fayre so we counted ourselves lucky. It’s a 2 bedroom house, 100 metres from the entrance to Capistrano Village on the Calle Via Romana. It’s also close to Villa Berraquero where we stayed in 2016 and also reviewed on Tripadvisor, yes we keep returning to Nerja. The village itself is modelled on a typical Spanish white village, very pretty with olive trees and flowers in abundance. The village is part of a larger urbanisation that nestles into the slopes of the surrounding mountains. Villa Canela is in a decent location, a stones throw away from the swimming pool (pass included), the village supermarket, the Cave Bar, and outside the village and across the road the Super Mercadona for all those essentials. For example - Don Simon red or white wine in 250ml tetra packs, 3 to a pack. That’s a bottle of wine for 1.28 euro and it tastes great. The bus stop is 25 metres up the hill serviced by the local Linear 1 buses which runs frequently and costs only 1 EUR. This bus will get you near enough to and perhaps more importantly back from all the relevant downhill places in Nerja (will put up a photo of the route and times). The villa has 2 Bathrooms; the one upstairs has a sink, toilet and bath with shower, the ground floor has a toilet, sink and massive square shower. Hot water always took a while to arrive at the tap, we later discovered this is because it has to travel from a gas boiler located in an outhouse in the garden. This same outhouse contains the washing machine. The large living room is open plan and L shaped with an indoor dining area in the smaller part. There is an adequately sized kitchen with hob, oven, fridge / freezer and the all important dishwasher. Upstairs are the 2 bedrooms, one with a double bed and the other two singles. There was air conditioning in the bedrooms and main living area which was very effective if you close the doors. Beds were comfortable. Both bedrooms open onto a a patio with arched walls through which there is an amazing view of the sea and mountains. At the back of the villa is a courtyard with seating and table, a good place to sit out in the cool morning before everything begins to heat up. At the front is a patio with electric awning and a rather nice 6 seater table and chairs, this is where you sit as the hot day melds into warm evenings with a glass of that wine I mentioned earlier. In front of this patio is a grassed garden area with sun loungers. The villa is afforded privacy by a wall around it and a lockable door. WIFI worked as it should. There was a large gas BBQ as well as a traditional charcoal type (we used the charcoal one as it’s more fun). The only downside is the villa is attached to another and you could sometimes hear the movement of furniture and the large living area could do with another settee. Otherwise everything was fine for us. Overall we had a great week in Villa Canela and were sad to go home. Collapse
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