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Listing Summary

Listing No:1590
Sleeps up to:6
Tariff / Rates:€300 to €850 pw
Location Type:Not specified
Local Area:Nearest Beach: The Regla Beach, 250 m.
Local Airport: Jerez de la Frontera, 34 Km.
Local Ferry Port: Cádiz, 52 Km.
Nearest Railway Station: Jerez de la Frontera, 27 Km.
Nearest Motorway/Freeway Junction: AP-4 (Madrid-Cádiz), 25 Km.
Local Shops: 100 m.
Car Required: No
Listing description
Façade of the house.

Independent house in first floor from villa to 250 metres of Regla Beach, in very calm zone, with ample terrace provided with awning and garden furniture. It has television set, refrigerator, washing machine, dishwasher, microwaves, conditioned air, heating, satellite-TV, internet connection, and GARAGE. Totally it is equipped. With capacity for 4 people or 6 if the sofa-bed of the hall is used.
PRICES: From 300€ the week of low season to 850€ the week of high season.
(*) Supplement for air conditioning (hot/cold): Optional
(*) Discounts by amount become of rented weeks.
(*) Garage including in the price.
PLEASE, IF YOU DO NOT SPEAK SPANISH, CONTACT ME BY E-MAIL.
Please, if you do not speak Spanish contacts me by e-mail
The house, semi-detached house, is located within the urban area in a very calm zone of low constructions. To the Regla Beach, to about 250 either 300 metres, it is walked in 3 or 4 minutes; and to the population centre, in about 15 minutes, also walking. In a radius of 100 metres of the house there is supermarket, stores and restaurants.
Locality located in La Costa de la Luz (The Coast of the Light), Northwest coast of the province of Cadiz, to few kilometres of the Guadalquivir River. It has 18.000 inhabitants who live in 33 Km2. It has about 12 Km. of fine and blond sandy beaches. Every year, the beaches of Regla and Cruz del Mar, are awarded with Blue Flag of the Clean Seas of Europe. It is land of wines and flowers.

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Façade of the house.
Façade of the house.
Partial view of the garden of the house and garage
Partial view of the garden of the house and garage
Extensive private terrace (30m2), very sunny (sout
Extensive private terrace (30m2), very sunny (sout
Extensive terrace with awning and outdoor furnitu
Extensive terrace with awning and outdoor furnitu
Lounge with internet connection and air conditioni
Lounge with internet connection and air conditioni
Bedroom with built-in cabinet and air conditioning
Bedroom with built-in cabinet and air conditioning
Double dormitory with embedded closet and air cond
Double dormitory with embedded closet and air cond
Fully equipped kitchen.
Fully equipped kitchen.
Bathroom.
Bathroom.
The Regla Beach, just 5 minutes walk from the hous
The Regla Beach, just 5 minutes walk from the hous

Facilities

Bedrooms
  • 1 x Childrens Bed
  • 1 x Double Room
  • 1 x Sofa Bed
  • 1 x Twin Room

Location Details

It is located to 54 km. Of Cadiz, the capital of the province. From her, it is acceded to Chipiona by the A-4 (Madrid-Cadiz), until El Puerto de Santa Maria and we will take the A-491 there that will take to Chipiona.
If we come from the north, from Sevilla (to 105 km.there) we will take the AP-4 until Jerez de la Frontera and the A-480. Also we can leave the AP-4 in kilometer 44, in the population of Las Cabezas de San Juan and to continue until Chipiona by the A-471 and later the A-480.
The origins of Chipiona, they go back to year 140 before Christ. It seems to be that for that year, Quinto Servilio Cepion, it commanded to construct in La Punta del Perro, the first light of which the news are had, in order to indicate to the navigators the entrance of the Guadalquivir river and the stumbling blocks of Salmedina. To this light “Turris Caepionis” was called to him. And of Caepionis, Chipiona. For others, the name of Chipiona, it comes from “Scipiona” (City of Escipión, Roman general who overcame the Carthaginians and it conquered the Bética)
Around this tower one went seating the population that was occupied by Arabs, Romans and visigoths and later by Castilian kings and nobleman’s.
It is in century XIX, when Chipiona begins to become the favorite place of the aristocracy Andalusian, mainly Sevillian, in order to spend its vacations.
In not long time, from the Bajo de Guia Beach, in the neighbouring city of Sanlucar de Barrameda (8 Km.), crossing in boat Guadalquivir

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Tariff / Rates

Payment is usually accepted in Euros, unless the currency and the amount is specifically agreed in advance with the owner / advertiser.


Period From To Weekly w/e night m/w night Min Stay
Low-season 30/03/2014 30/04/2014 €350 €0 €0 5 nights
Low-season 01/05/2014 01/06/2014 €400 €0 €0 5 nights
Mid-season 02/06/2014 14/06/2014 €450 €0 €0 5 nights
Mid-season 15/06/2014 28/06/2014 €500 €0 €0 5 nights
High-season 29/06/2014 12/07/2014 €700 €0 €0 5 nights
High-season 13/07/2014 30/08/2014 €850 €0 €0 5 nights
High-season 31/08/2014 06/09/2014 €750 €0 €0 5 nights
High-season 07/09/2014 13/09/2014 €600 €0 €0 5 nights
Mid-season 14/09/2014 20/09/2014 €450 €0 €0 5 nights
Mid-season 21/09/2014 04/10/2014 €400 €5,800 €5,800 5 nights
Low-season 05/10/2014 01/11/2014 €350 €50 €5,000 5 nights
Low-season 02/11/2014 20/12/2014 €300 €0 €0 5 nights
Christmas 21/12/2014 10/01/2015 €350 €0 €0 5 nights
Low-season 11/01/2015 28/03/2015 €300 €0 €0 5 nights
Low-season 29/03/2015 29/04/2015 €350 €0 €0 5 nights
Low-season 30/04/2015 30/05/2015 €400 €0 €0 5 nights
Mid-season 31/05/2015 15/06/2015 €450 €0 €0 5 nights
Mid-season 16/06/2015 30/06/2015 €500 €0 €0 5 nights
High-season 01/07/2015 15/07/2015 €700 €0 €0 5 nights
High-season 16/07/2015 31/08/2015 €850 €0 €0 5 nights
High-season 01/09/2015 08/09/2015 €750 €0 €0 5 nights
Mid-season 09/09/2015 15/09/2015 €500 €0 €0 5 nights
Mid-season 16/09/2015 22/09/2015 €450 €0 €0 5 nights
Low-season 23/09/2015 03/10/2015 €400 €0 €0 5 nights
Low-season 04/10/2015 04/11/2015 €350 €0 €0 5 nights
Low-season 05/11/2015 19/12/2015 €300 €0 €0 5 nights
Christmas 20/12/2015 10/01/2016 €350 €0 €0 5 nights
Low-season 11/01/2016 26/03/2016 €300 €0 €0 5 nights
Tariff Notes

PRICES: From 300€ the week of low season to 850€ the week of high season.

(*) Supplement for air conditioning (hot/cold): Optional
(*) Discounts by amount become of rented weeks.
(*) Garage including in the price.
(*) SECOND WEEK 20% DISCOUNT.
(*) Internet access, gratis
(*) WINTER SPECIAL: FROM 1 NOVEMBER TO 31 MARCH, 200€/WEEK (MINIMUM 3 WEEKS)

PLEASE, IF YOU DO NOT SPEAK SPANISH, CONTACT ME BY E-MAIL.

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Additional Information

CHIPIONA.- Sitting on the coast in the far west of the province of Cádiz, the pretty town of Chipiona lies at the mouth of the Guadalquivir river, only 52km from the city of Cádiz itself, Chipiona dates back to Roman times and currently has around 18,000 inhabitants. In the 19th century, the town was a remote seafaring spa and today it has become a popular resort for Spanish tourists.
THE LIGHTHOUSE.- The name of the town is derived from the old “Chipiona” Lighthouse, which is the oldest and most notable monument in Chipiona. The lighthouse is situated at Punta del Perro at the mouth of the river Gadalquivir. It was built to warn ships away from the large rock, Piedra de Salmedina. Despite the lighthouse´s presence, this rock has been responsible for many wrecks over the years. Visitors can tour the 69 metre high lighthouse and climb the 344 steps leading to the very top of the lighthouse. It is the tallest in Spain and remarkably, the third tallest in the world. On a clear day, you can enjoy views of up to 25 miles of the entire area, which are truly magnificent. They include sea views and other sights such as the cloister of the Sanctuary, the Cuzmán el Bueno Castle and the parish church, as well as the typical fish traps, for which the area is so famous.
BEACHES.- Chipiona boasts some beautiful beaches, frequented by many people living in and around Seville. However, due government funding, the area is gradually opening up to international tourism. The most famous beaches are Playa de la Regla and Playa del Camaron to the east of Chipiona. Here you can escape the crowds and experience a typical Spanish seaside town. The coast stretches over some seven miles and has many other superb beaches, eg. Playa de la Cruz, Playa de la Canteras, Playa De Regla, Playa Tres Piedras and Playa Ballena. They have beautiful fine white sand, which have been awarded the European blue flag of approval since 1989. The port at Chipiona is located in the west of the town and has moorings for hire as well as a sailing school.
MONUMENTS.- Being a seafaring town, the monuments are mostly found close to the beaches. In addition to the lighthouse, already mentioned above, they include:
THE MONASTERY OF NUESTRA SEÑORA DE REGLA.- Once a fortress belonging to the Ponce de León family and over the centuries, it was turned into a monastery for different orders over the years. In 1251
CHIPIONA CASTLE.- Chipiona was re-conquested by King Fernando III who built the castle in 1295. Today the castle is a monastery which is open to visitors.
NUESTRA SEÑORA DE LA O PARISH.- A 16th century building but rebuilt in the 18th century. It is mainly Renaissance with Gothic sculptures and inside are many important pieces of art. Older locals come here to for the spa waters in the church fountain
LA CRUZ DEL MAR.- This is an iron sculpture of a cross on a stone base, located on the sea promenade at the end of Calle Isaac Peral. It commemorates a terrifying earthquake that centred on Portugal in 1755, and touched Chipiona by sea, however it caused little damage. The monument was rebuilt in 1878 and renovated in 1910.
FISHING.- Is the oldest trade in Chipiona from which the population has been making a living over the centuries. Fishing in Chipiona is famous for its high quality and its traditional techniques, as is that of neighbouring town, Sanlúcar de Barrameda.
Chipiona is characterized by the Chipiona fish traps, expertly built stone walls that begin at the coast and become higher as they stretch out to sea. The fish are trapped here by the tide. Locals use this traditional fishing technique, making use of low these low lying stretches of irregular red sandstone.
GOLF.- One of the most popular pass times today in Andalucia is golf and the 18 hole, par 72, course at the Costa Ballena Club, designed by Maria Olazabel, attracts many enthusiasts.
WATER SPORTS.- Such as surfing, sailing, kite surfing and windsurfing are also popular activities in the area and the waves and large stretches of beach are ideal.
FESTIVALS – CHIPIONA CARNIVAL.- plays a large part of Chipiona life and dates back to the 1930s. Festivals are always exciting, colourful events where people celebrate night and day. The main carnival takes place mainly during January and February and particularly in the last week of February. Chipiona fills with locals and people from the neighbouring towns of Cádiz and Seville. The carnival is considered to be the best in the area and boasts a magnificent cavalcade with colourful costumes that takes place in the old town. It is a traditional affair taking place in late February, with many gastonomic attractions, which in themselves are a good reason to attend the carnival.
Chipiona was hardly touched by the famous Lisbon earthquake of 1755 and the town celebrated this fact with parades through the town. This tradition is continued to this day on the 1st November, every year.
On the first Sunday of June, the Romería del Pinar is celebrated in the Pinar de la Villa.
In July the procession of the Virgen del Carmen is a majestic marine procession through town.
In August the town´s fiesta announces the grape harvest and in September the Vigil of Nuestra Señora de Regla takes place on the beach where music and local wine are the main attractions.
FOOD.- Chipiona is distinguishable from other cities due to its exquisite gastronomy. During the summer, Chipiona boasts numerous bars, cafes, sea food restaurants and leisure attractions around and on the beaches which provide colourful entertainment until the early hours of the morning.

Contact Details

Owner Name:
Mr. Antonio Fernández

Telephone:
0034956371028 (Country code: +34)
Note: Please be aware of the local time zone: GMT +1

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