(Nerja (Costa del Sol))
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- 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
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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 298 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: 08/2017, charlietiny wrote this review.
A lovely apartment situated near the high swimming pool. Slept up to 5. A car is helpful but only 8 Euro into Nerja town by taxi. Pleasant well kept surroundings and a brilliant pool for all ages with 2 nice snack bars near it. A little supermarket f… See more
A lovely apartment situated near the high swimming pool. Slept up to 5. A car is helpful but only 8 Euro into Nerja town by taxi. Pleasant well kept surroundings and a brilliant pool for all ages with 2 nice snack bars near it. A little supermarket for essentials very close too. Highly recommend . Collapse
Fantastic place to stay
Stay Date: 07/2017, Elaine M wrote this review.
Stayed here in July 2017 with three other adults had a 2 bedroom villa. It was clean and had a lovely terrace and access to the garden below. The villa was well stocked with cooking equipment and cookery as well as a BBQ. Access to two pools and i… See more
Stayed here in July 2017 with three other adults had a 2 bedroom villa. It was clean and had a lovely terrace and access to the garden below. The villa was well stocked with cooking equipment and cookery as well as a BBQ. Access to two pools and in a good location for nerja nightlife. One downside was our villa did not have wi-fi it depends on where you are placed as to whether your accommodation will have it. Collapse
Beautiful grounds, great location...
Stay Date: 07/2017, renee419 wrote this review.
The apartment complex is really beautiful, with flowers all around, and is really in a great spot (especially if you have a car) . There are a few very nice pools with bars (but they charge 3 euros for a sunchair per day) if you want a break from g… See more
The apartment complex is really beautiful, with flowers all around, and is really in a great spot (especially if you have a car) . There are a few very nice pools with bars (but they charge 3 euros for a sunchair per day) if you want a break from going to the beach. But, anyways, the beach is not that far...5 minutes by car or about a 15/20 minute walk (watch out because the way back is uphill). The beaches nearby are lovely though, especially if you go farther east. The apartment itself is fine, i say fine because it was a bit outdated inside (the furniture and the kitchen) but it was ok for a few nights. It was nice to have a little patio/garden area to relax in. TV stations were good and theres even a nice bar on the premices. Overall a great place to stay in order to visit the area! We loved Nerja! There are so many restaurants, bars, shops in the center. It can get crowded, but its still very nice. Thanks for the great stay! Collapse
An Enjoyable Stay
Stay Date: 07/2017, MauritianQueen wrote this review.
Firstly the points that may put you off. Very hilly with lots of steps and narrow alleyways. No air- con just fans provided. Perhaps some of the more expensive villas have air-con but not sure. We arrived late at night with a number to call on the … See more
Firstly the points that may put you off. Very hilly with lots of steps and narrow alleyways. No air- con just fans provided. Perhaps some of the more expensive villas have air-con but not sure. We arrived late at night with a number to call on the noticeboard at reception for someone to come and show us to our villa. All quite organised but when we were shown into our place we knew it was the wrong property. The lady who showed us to our room said at reception tomorrow questions will be answered. Next morning we said we were not happy with the room after a very uncomfortable night I might add. The manager said straight away that we were given the wrong rooms and that where we should be was being cleaned out and to come back after 12 am. Well we were moved eventually but actually who messed up the booking? We should not have been just put into a very small uncomfortable room for the first night. Obviously double booked somewhere along the line. After lugging the cases again up and down hills, steps and lanes we were in and very happy with the property. Let's get onto the positives. Nice clean villa with a lovely view. Small garden with two sunbeds and a patio seating area to eat. Plenty of self catering facilities and a mini market onsite but a big supermarket a few minutes walk. Bear in mind you have to carry all your groceries and water up hills and steps in the heat. We were all ok with that though but some may struggle. Nice little pool area and a little bar with snacks. Cocktails/ice creams ect. Sunbeds are 3 Euros per day and reception should issue a pool pass apparently although we never got one and just paid for beds when we got there. I did overhear on a couple of days that they had run out of sunbeds. We always got one though and found all the staff around the pool and in the bar very helpful and polite. There do seem to be rules for the pool regarding children but not having kids with us never noticed anything going on but I do think they seem quite strict with certain things. There are signs up as well but didn't really take much notice as always sat in the grass area away from the pool under the trees for shade. We were very happy with the pool area although small. No umbrellas but they do put the beds wherever you want them when you pay. There is a little restaurant on site but never ate there although it looked ok. There is a hotel off the big (tennis) roundabout in front of the complex where you can get a cooked breakfast but they don't serve cooked food on the evening until later on about 7? Better off going down by the beach to eat on the evening. I can recommend the tennis club on the same roundabout for food. Seems like they serve most of the day and although the place looks a little rough and ready we were very impressed with the food. El Capistrano Village is a well kept complex and clean with lovely floral scents everywhere form the jasmine. Very quaint old Spanish looking and pretty. You can walk to the beach and little strip area where there are some shops and bars. Just keep walking straight down in front of the complex. Very nice area to mooch in the evening by the beach but unless you are very fit you will need a taxi back up the hill as it is very steep! Where you drink or eat will always call you and cab and beware they are quick and you have to be where they say you should be for pick up as they don't wait. Taxi to Frigliana was about 12 -15 Euros each way. There is a bus I believe and there is a little information office up at reception for details on travel. Worth a visit though and stop off in main Nerja town on the way back. Both lovely places. I would stay here again although air con is a bit of a problem. Enjoyed our stay very much after a bit of a rocky start. Collapse
Stay Date: 06/2017, Maria M wrote this review.
We Booked El Capistrano on a whim, and we're delighted we did! Absolutely beautiful gardens, pools, and views. Great pool restaurant and bar! Apartments were great very clean, but no air conditioner and towels and sheets only changed every week! Pe… See more
We Booked El Capistrano on a whim, and we're delighted we did! Absolutely beautiful gardens, pools, and views. Great pool restaurant and bar! Apartments were great very clean, but no air conditioner and towels and sheets only changed every week! Perfect for a holiday maker who just wants to relax, but it is quite a trek up the hill after a sunny day and back down to go for dinner if you are on time restrictions to meet people and be places as we were! Although I would recommend it, mostly for fit people and who have free time to spend exploring! *when booking/checking in make sure you recommend to be close to the reception area/main access as we had family who ended up staying very far out but under the same complex* Collapse
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