PentHouse for 6 people in Casares

Beautiful and comfortable 3 bedroom penthouse for 6 people (+ 2 children on sofabed) in Casares on the Costa del Sol in Spain. The penthouse is located in the complex Marina de Doña Julia, on the coast at 300 m (measured in a straight line) from the beach Playa Ancha on the Mediterranean Sea. At 200 meters from the clubhouse of the Doña Julia Golf Club.

The penthouse has 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a very spacious and sunny terrace on the southeast with sufficient terrace furniture, BBQ, awnings and sufficient privacy. From the terrace you have beautiful views of the sea, pool and garden. The accommodation offers a communal garden with swimming pool, children's pool, lawn and palm trees. The comfort, the quiet surroundings, the proximity to the beach and the golf course make this a lovely apartment for your holiday in Spain with family or friends.

COVID-19 Update: The swimming pool is open but with the current max occupancy restrictions and no use of sun beds. The pool can be used via a rotating system that will be published onsite.

Interior of the apartment

  • living/dining room with sofa (bed) and 2 armchairs, a 6 person dining area, air conditioning and sliding doors to the terrace
  • television with international channels.
  • Free Wifi (glass fibre)
  • fully equipped kitchen
  • laundry room next to the kitchen with washer and tumble dryer
  • 3 bedrooms with air conditioning
  • 2 bathrooms


  • kitchen with ceramic hob, electric oven, microwave, dishwasher, refrigerator-freezer, coffee machine, electric kettle, mixer and toaster

Bedrooms and bathrooms   

  • master bedroom with double bed 180x 200, air conditioning, bathroom en-suite and sliding doors to the terrace
  • second bedroom with double bed 160x200 and air conditioning
  • third bedroom with 2 single beds 90x200 and air conditioning
  • en-suite bathroom en suite with double washbasin, shower/bath combination, bidet, toilet and hairdryer
  • second bathroom with washbasin, walk-in shower, bidet and toilet
  • a total of 2 bathrooms

Exterior of the apartment

  • fully fenced complex
  • lagoon shaped communal pool measuring 20m x 8m and 2m deep
  • separate children's pool
  • communal garden with lawn and palm trees
  • 2 covered private parking spaces

More information

  • nearest village/city: San Luis de Sabinillas at 1 km and Estepona at 8 km from the apartment
  • nearest sea: Mediterranean Sea 300 meters (measured in a straight line) from the apartment
  • nearest beach: Playa Ancha Casares at 500 meters
  • nearest port: Puerto de la Duquesa at 3 kilometers and achthaven of Estepona at 8 kilometers.
  • nearest airport: Gibraltar at 35 kilometers
  • second closest airport: Málaga 85 km away
  • public transport: bus within 500 metres
  • no smoking in the house
  • pets are not allowed
  • the accommodation is very suitable for families with children

Features and services included in the rental price of the apartment

  • high speed fiber optic internet (WiFi)
  • final cleaning
  • vacuum cleaner, iron and ironing board
  • bed linen and towels
  • air conditioning and heating through the air conditioning

Features and services at extra charge

  • extra bed, children bed/cot and high chair (on demand)

Entertainment and leisure activities for your holidays in Casares, Andalusia

  • promenade Estepona within 8 kilometers of the house
  • wild life park  Selwo Aventura within 25 kilometers


  • Golf: Doña Julia Golf Club 200 meters away
  • Scuba diving and snorkeling: scuba course Casares 200 meters away
  • Water sports: in the port of La Duquesa o 3 km and in the port of Estepona o 8 km

Official accommodation identification number: VFT/MA/39209


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To calculate the price for your holiday go to the calendar and select dates.
Prices in € per Week
From To
09/01/2021 21/03/2021 € 917
21/03/2021 23/05/2021 € 1,141
23/05/2021 27/06/2021 € 1,260
27/06/2021 25/07/2021 € 1,498
25/07/2021 22/08/2021 € 1,582
22/08/2021 05/09/2021 € 1,498
05/09/2021 10/10/2021 € 1,260
10/10/2021 07/11/2021 € 1,141
07/11/2021 14/12/2021 € 917
14/12/2021 09/01/2022 € 1,260
09/01/2022 01/04/2022 € 917
01/04/2022 21/05/2022 € 1,141
21/05/2022 25/06/2022 € 1,260
25/06/2022 23/07/2022 € 1,498
23/07/2022 27/08/2022 € 1,582
27/08/2022 10/09/2022 € 1,498
Services included in the rental price
Optional Extras
Aero bed incl. linen € 49.00 per booking
Beach towels € 5.00 per person
Cot including linen € 39.00 per booking
Grocery pack € 40.00 per booking
High chair € 15.00 per booking

* to be charged in certain periods



This accommodation is not available for weekends, parties and / or celebrations only.

In order to improve the quality of your check-in on site, we recommend that you pay the full amount before your arrival. This is the total amount including extras and deposit.

Arrival outside office hours.
After 17:00 hours or in the weekend, the entire amount must be paid in advance.

Upon arrival on Monday to Friday before 17:00 you will be personally checked in and escorted to your holiday accommodation. The keys will then be handed over to you in our office. For arrivals after 17:00 or during Sundays and public holidays, you can get keys from one of our key safes. The route and details will then be sent to you by e-mail.


  • Accommodation for the indicated number of people
  • Accommodation on 1 level
  • Online availability calendar
  • Beach within 500 m.
  • Bars and restaurants within 500 m.
  • Elevator
  • Pool for children
  • Communal garden
  • Resort accommodation
  • Air conditioning
  • Heating
  • Internet connection
  • Cable/Satellite television
  • Television
  • Microwave
  • Dishwasher
  • Bedlinen included in rental price
  • Towels
  • Non smoking accommodation
  • Private parking
  • Golf course within 200 m.
  • Diving within 200 m.
  • Snorkelling within 200 m.
  • Windsurfing within 4 km.
  • Waterskiing within 4 km.
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