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CORTIJO LAS MANOTERAS

Valutazione di 4.69 su 5 in 14 recensioni.El Puerto de Santa María, Andalusia, Spagna
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Più di 16 ospiti7 camere da letto14 letti7,5 bagni (anche di servizio)
Intera casa affittato da Maria
Più di 16 ospiti7 camere da letto14 letti7,5 bagni (anche di servizio)
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CORTIJO LAS MANOTERAS is a true working Andalusian farmhouse situated close to the bustling port of El Puerto de Santa Maria on the southern tip of Andalusia Costa de la Luz.
Its proximity to Jerez, Seville, Cadiz, along with dozens of beaches make it a very convenient base for a family holiday.

Lo spazio
The house itself rests in some 1000 hectares of agricultural land. It's a small oasis in working rural Spain. Accommodation includes six double bedrooms (all twin beds and en-suite), a small kitchen and dining room, a large sitting room, study, playroom and entrance hall. The live-in house keeper lives in the adjoining flat with her family and is available for cleaning and cooking as required.
Outside the house is surrounded by a narrow perimeter of grass, a vegetable garden, an eating area and an inner courtyard. Beyond that are relaxing fields views of crops and a couple of lagoons, home of flamingos, egrets a dozens of different birds from the rain period to summer season.

Accesso per gli ospiti
You will have access to use any leisure items such as: adult golf set, bodyboards, bikes, children motorbike, books, dvd's, toys etc..Remember those items belong to the family property and need to be use with care.

There isn't yet a big pool but meanwhile there is a basic 2x3 mts pool. Next to it the barbecue and the garden living space will make your dinners special. Pastori will happily help you with the barbecue.

If you wish to ride horses, you may contact my friend Jesus de Grandes. He will bring you horses to ride all along the paths that souround the area. It's a wonderful activity. (Jesus number is (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN))

Altre cose da tenere a mente
Beaches:
Of the dozens of beaches we visited three were heads and shoulders above the rest. The whole Costa de la Luz is one long strip of golden sand with warm clear waters. However in July and August they are cheek by jowl with Spanish nationals of multi generations (with hardly an English voice anywhere I'm happy to say) taking their vacation. Unlike the Costa del Sol, this is where the Spanish come to holiday.
The region is kept refreshed most of the year by the ferocious Levante (east) and Poniente (west) winds, changing direction regularly.
Our favourite beaches are:
El Palmar just south of Conil, where the sand dunes meet the shoreline before you get to
the main bit of the village, popular with surfers.
Atlanterra, a little further down the coast beyond Zahara de Los Atunes, and over the headland, is a beach that could hold its own with the best in Europe. A sweeping bay filled with million euro villas and untouched by condos and homogenous hotel blocks. The water is crystal clear and the beach itself was practically empty in August when we visited.
Camarinal, a little further towards Tarifa, is home to an impressive collection of Roman ruins and a swanky museum building with history plaques in both Spanish and English and is well worth the drive. The beach is very unspoilt with a massive dune on the western end that's worth every puff of the 70 metre climb. On a clear day you can see Africa's northern shoreline. One word of warning - it's very windy along this bit of coast.
Villages:
Our favourite two hilltops villages in the region include:
Vejer is your archetypical Moorish-Mediterranean hilltop village, whitewashed in its entirety, with far reaching views in all directions. The narrow alleyways lead through the old town like a hidden labyrinth with myriad boutiques, tapas bars and restaurants. Until the 1980s local women dressed in black with long dark cloaks that veiled their faces.
A little further inland Medina Sidonia, while not as pretty as Vejer, is worth a visit, not least to sample the local patisserie for which it's famed. The ice creams at the bar opposite the church in the main square are alone worth the trek up the hill.
Cities:
The local city of Jerez is a jewel in Andalusia's crown. Cobbled lanes, wide pedestrian streets lined with fine shopping and quaint bodegas give the visitor much to choose from. The most popular attraction outside the immediate centre is the Fundacion Real Escuela or the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art, with shows several times a week choreographing traditional and cowboy methods of taming wild horses to local Andalusian music. It's an equestrian ballet like no other.
Stunning Seville is a must see while you're in the area and is just over an hour's drive from the house. Split in two by the Rio Guadalquivir, Its majesty is never more evident than in Giralda cathedral and adjoining Alcazar. Be sure to climb the clock tower while inside the cathedral for spectacular views across the city. It also seems to be the shoe capital of Spain, so make time to find some soft Spanish leather to slip into your suitcase. Tapas bars are two a penny and we found being adventurous paid off.
On your doorstep is El Puerto de Santa Maria, Andalusia's sherry hub with Osborne showing an ostentatious frontage as you drive into town. There are dozens of sherry houses in the region, also in Sanlucar de Barrameda and Jerez and the flavours vary considerably. Down in the old city you'll find a catamaran service to Cadiz that's highly recommended and takes the hassle out of driving and trying to find a parking space. For 2.60 € each way it's a steal. During the summer months there are regular bullfights in the impressive amphitheatre, an intriguing insight into Spanish tradition and human bravery or madness depending which way you look at it.
Cadiz, founded Around 1100 BC by the Phoenicians, is a mixture of old and new with a crumbling cathedral, quirky tailors and some fabulous tapas bars. It's worth a day trip over and if you go on Sunday you can catch a mass followed by a stroll around the market stalls in the main square at the church's steps.

Numero di licenza
CTC-2018176963
CORTIJO LAS MANOTERAS is a true working Andalusian farmhouse situated close to the bustling port of El Puerto de Santa M…
CORTIJO LAS MANOTERAS is a true working Andalusian farmhouse situated close to the bustling port of El Puerto de Santa Maria on the southern tip of Andalusia Costa de la Luz.
Its proximity to Jerez, Seville, Cadiz, along with dozens of beaches make it a very convenient base for a family holiday.

Lo spazio
The house itself rests in some 1000 hectares of agricultural land. It's a small oasis in working rural Spain. Accommodation includes six double bedrooms (all twin beds and en-suite), a small kitchen and dining room, a large sitting room, study, playroom and entrance hall. The live-in house keeper lives in the adjoining flat with her family and is available for cleaning and cooking as required.
Outside the house is surrounded by a narrow perimeter of grass, a vegetable garden, an eating area and an inner courtyard. Beyond that are relaxing fields views of crops and a couple of lagoons, home of flamingos, egrets a dozens of different birds from the rain period to summer season.

Accesso per gli ospiti
You will have access to use any leisure items such as: adult golf set, bodyboards, bikes, children motorbike, books, dvd's, toys etc..Remember those items belong to the family property and need to be use with care.

There isn't yet a big pool but meanwhile there is a basic 2x3 mts pool. Next to it the barbecue and the garden living space will make your dinners special. Pastori will happily help you with the barbecue.

If you wish to ride horses, you may contact my friend Jesus de Grandes. He will bring you horses to ride all along the paths that souround the area. It's a wonderful activity. (Jesus number is (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN))

Altre cose da tenere a mente
Beaches:
Of the dozens of beaches we visited three were heads and shoulders above the rest. The whole Costa de la Luz is one long strip of golden sand with warm clear waters. However in July and August they are cheek by jowl with Spanish nationals of multi generations (with hardly an English voice anywhere I'm happy to say) taking their vacation. Unlike the Costa del Sol, this is where the Spanish come to holiday.
The region is kept refreshed most of the year by the ferocious Levante (east) and Poniente (west) winds, changing direction regularly.
Our favourite beaches are:
El Palmar just south of Conil, where the sand dunes meet the shoreline before you get to
the main bit of the village, popular with surfers.
Atlanterra, a little further down the coast beyond Zahara de Los Atunes, and over the headland, is a beach that could hold its own with the best in Europe. A sweeping bay filled with million euro villas and untouched by condos and homogenous hotel blocks. The water is crystal clear and the beach itself was practically empty in August when we visited.
Camarinal, a little further towards Tarifa, is home to an impressive collection of Roman ruins and a swanky museum building with history plaques in both Spanish and English and is well worth the drive. The beach is very unspoilt with a massive dune on the western end that's worth every puff of the 70 metre climb. On a clear day you can see Africa's northern shoreline. One word of warning - it's very windy along this bit of coast.
Villages:
Our favourite two hilltops villages in the region include:
Vejer is your archetypical Moorish-Mediterranean hilltop village, whitewashed in its entirety, with far reaching views in all directions. The narrow alleyways lead through the old town like a hidden labyrinth with myriad boutiques, tapas bars and restaurants. Until the 1980s local women dressed in black with long dark cloaks that veiled their faces.
A little further inland Medina Sidonia, while not as pretty as Vejer, is worth a visit, not least to sample the local patisserie for which it's famed. The ice creams at the bar opposite the church in the main square are alone worth the trek up the hill.
Cities:
The local city of Jerez is a jewel in Andalusia's crown. Cobbled lanes, wide pedestrian streets lined with fine shopping and quaint bodegas give the visitor much to choose from. The most popular attraction outside the immediate centre is the Fundacion Real Escuela or the Royal Andalusian School of Equestrian Art, with shows several times a week choreographing traditional and cowboy methods of taming wild horses to local Andalusian music. It's an equestrian ballet like no other.
Stunning Seville is a must see while you're in the area and is just over an hour's drive from the house. Split in two by the Rio Guadalquivir, Its majesty is never more evident than in Giralda cathedral and adjoining Alcazar. Be sure to climb the clock tower while inside the cathedral for spectacular views across the city. It also seems to be the shoe capital of Spain, so make time to find some soft Spanish leather to slip into your suitcase. Tapas bars are two a penny and we found being adventurous paid off.
On your doorstep is El Puerto de Santa Maria, Andalusia's sherry hub with Osborne showing an ostentatious frontage as you drive into town. There are dozens of sherry houses in the region, also in Sanlucar de Barrameda and Jerez and the flavours vary considerably. Down in the old city you'll find a catamaran service to Cadiz that's highly recommended and takes the hassle out of driving and trying to find a parking space. For 2.60 € each way it's a steal. During the summer months there are regular bullfights in the impressive amphitheatre, an intriguing insight into Spanish tradition and human bravery or madness depending which way you look at it.
Cadiz, founded Around 1100 BC by the Phoenicians, is a mixture of old and new with a crumbling cathedral, quirky tailors and some fabulous tapas bars. It's worth a day trip over and if you go on Sunday you can catch a mass followed by a stroll around the market stalls in the main square at the church's steps.

Numero di licenza
CTC-2018176963
CORTIJO LAS MANOTERAS is a true working Andalusian farmhouse situated close to the bustling port of El Puerto de Santa Maria on the southern tip of Andalusia Costa de la Luz.
Its proximity to Jerez, Sevill…

Sistemazione per la notte

Camera da letto 1
2 letti a una piazza e mezza
Camera da letto 2
1 letto matrimoniale, 3 letti da bambino, 1 culla
Camera da letto 3
2 letti singoli
Camera da letto 4
1 letto a castello, 1 letto da bambino
Camera da letto 5
2 letti singoli
Camera da letto 6
2 letti singoli
Camera da letto 7
2 letti singoli
Spazi comuni
1 divano letto

Servizi

Tende oscuranti
Asciugacapelli
Wi-fi
Riscaldamento
Appendiabiti
Raccomandazioni sui babysitter
Box bebè portatile/culla di viaggio
Camino
Non disponibile: Rilevatore di monossido di carbonio
Non disponibile: Allarme antincendio

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El Puerto de Santa María, Andalusia, Spagna

Remember that this is a working farm and not a holiday villa and as such is in a agricultural semi residential zone on the outskirts of urban El Puerto. That means out side the Cortijo you may came across workers in the fields. This will not disturb you holidays as there is enough independence from the Cortijo and the fields.
Remark at entrance of the farm a big lagoon home of dozens types of birds that will make the best time for birdwatchers. It's a protected area so you may not cross the perimeter of the lagoon. It's common to find birdwatcher early in the morning or during sun set guided by a professional.
Remember that this is a working farm and not a holiday villa and as such is in a agricultural semi residential zone on the outskirts of urban El Puerto. That means out side the Cortijo you may came across worke…

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Tengo 6 hijos y vivo en Madrid. Voy al Manoteras todo lo que puedo para disfrutar del silencio y campo la playa y las maravillas de Cadiz. Como creo que es un lugar muy bien ubicado para llegar a todo quiero facilitar a otros que descibran las excelncuas de Cadiz. Lo que más me gusta de esta casa son las tardes de verano, juntos en el jardín, charlando y jugando. Pero también nos encanta la aventura así que cada vez que vamos descubrimos algo nuevo. Cadiz siempre nos sorprende. Lo más espectacular para mi son sus impresionantes playas. Creo que la combinación del campo y la cercanía del mar es insuperable. Me encantaría poder atender personalmente a los visitantes de Manoteras pero tengo que vivir en Madrid. Sin embargo, Pastori se encarga de recibirles y atenderles en todo lo que necesiten y lo hace de maravilla.
Tengo 6 hijos y vivo en Madrid. Voy al Manoteras todo lo que puedo para disfrutar del silencio y campo la playa y las maravillas de Cadiz. Como creo que es un lugar muy bien ubicad…
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Although I live in Madrid, Pastori the house keeper lives in the adjoining house. There fore she will take care of your arrival, accommodation any doubts you may have and she will offer you an extra catering service previous demand. She's great on traditional Spanish dishes.
Although I live in Madrid, Pastori the house keeper lives in the adjoining house. There fore she will take care of your arrival, accommodation any doubts you may have and she will…
  • Numero polizza: CTC-2018176963
  • Lingue: English, Français, Italiano, Español
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