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    RUTA a Caballo - EL BURGO - RONDA por el Puerto de Lifa 22-09-2017
   

Ruta ecuestre EL BURGO - RONDA por el Puerto de Lifa. (Dibujo realizado por Aitor)
Lugar Ronda Málaga España
Date: 22-09-2017 Hour.: from 10h to 18h
Duración: 1 dias Plazas: 10
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  Craftwork - Pottery
Markets in Andalucia
Thorwald Bodensiek
Ronda 

 
 
Markets in Andalucia
 
Andalucia offers a host of amazing, colourful and noisy markets (mercadillos) to visit and enjoy on any day of the week.  There is something to be found for everyone from fresh produce grown by local farm, ceramics and clothes to secondhand furniture - pick-up a bargain or just browse you can be assured of an interesting morning.
 
Below is a list of the most popular markets, times and venues:
 
  • Monday
Marbella - Avenida Arroyo (360 stalls) 9:30 am-2:30 pm
Torrox Costa
 
  • Tuesday
Fuengirola - Fairgrounds (550 stalls) 9 am-2:30 pm
Nerja - Calle Chaparil (204 stalls) 9 am-1 pm
 
  • Wednesday
Estepona - Avenida Juan Carlos (260 stalls) 9 am-2:30 pm
Benalmadena Costa - Fairgrounds 10 am-2 pm
Malaga - Avenida Juan XXIII
Alhaurin de la Torre - Avenida del Limon 9 am-2 pm
  • Thursday
Torremolinos - El Calvario, near City Hall (230 stalls) 9 am-1 pm
Torre del Mar - Avenida Europa 9 am-1 pm
San Pedro - By the sports pavilion 9 am-2 pm
Velez Malaga - Near the Guardia Civil offices 9 am-1 pm
Colmenar
Frigiliana
 
  • Friday
Benalmadena - Arroyo de la Miel, between Tivoli World and Plaza San Pedro (250 stalls) 9 am-1 pm
Rincon de la Victoria - Plaza de la Iglesia 9 am-1 pm
 
  • Saturday
Marbella - Plaza de Toros (300 stalls)
Malaga - Avenida Juan XXIII
Nerja - Maro, close to the Nerja Caves 9 am-1 pm
Mijas Costa - Las Lagunas 9 am-2 pm
Fuengirola - Fairgrounds
La Caleta de Velez.
Alcaucin
 
  • Sunday
 Malaga - Next to the Rosaleda futbol stadium (281 stalls)
Estepona - Puerto Deportivo 9 am-1 pm
Fuengirola - Mendez Nuñez 9 am-2:30 pm

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  Assets - Real estate bargain
Earn a living from your Spanish Holiday Home
Thorwald Bodensiek
Ronda 

Make your dream of buying a holiday home become a reality and use it to earn additonal income rather than leave it empty for the main part of the year.

 

 
Make your dream of buying a holiday home become a reality and use it to earn additonal income rather than leave it empty for the main part of the year.
The majority of holidaymakers use the internet for information and over 60% book their holiday online. With the popularity of holiday rentals on the rise many owners are learning that renting their own property makes a substantial contribution towards running costs. The popularity of holiday rental websites has made it easier for homeowners with properties abroad to advertise and rent their houses to a worldwide audience.
There are a variety of reasons for the increase in holiday lets in recent years, these being mainly financial factors, owners may need to rent their holiday home through the year to cover the costs associated with the property, as a means of simply earning an additional income or to increase their pension pot. For the holidaymaker it is the additional space and privacy a holiday rental offers compared to that of a hotel room.
When you factor in the economics of each accommodation type, holiday rentals frequently offer far better value for money, in particular for families and friends who would otherwise require to book multiple hotel rooms.

The increase of rural tourism properties for rent in white-washed mountain villages, such as Grazalema or Zahara de la Sierra offer the opportunity for the traveller to taste a traditional Spanish way of life and to partake in local activities away from the hustle and bustle of the coast. Country sports such as walking, climbing and horse-riding provide a more ‘typically Spanish’ holiday experience and are in high demand, as many holidaymakers now look for a more authentic experience.

Spain´s appeal beyond the traditional beach holiday now turns to city, cultural and activity breaks and rentals in these fields are on the upturn. City cente rentals are on the rise with high interest in renting houses or apartments in the city of Ronda with its famous gorge and beautiful architect, and not a tea like mother makes in sight! The increase in cheap flights and more routes to choose from has made Spain a number one must see. A UK favourite holiday destination the Spanish lifestyle, beautiful scenery, good food and wine and the generosity of its people make it a very desirable location for both families and older holiday makers alike, and of course, prices are very competitive particularly at the moment with the exchange rate being so favourble from Sterling into Euro.

Owners may want to simply use the house part of the year to escape from the cold winter months of their homeland. Properties can be rented on short term holiday lets or long term rental, a minimum of 3/6 months, allowing the owners to take full benefit from their holiday property or second home.











Malaga Province is the most popular Spanish destination as the holiday income statics below shows:

 

Popularity

Location

Average per week rental income (low season)*

Average per week rental income (high season)*

1

Malaga Province

£279

£741
 

2
Majorca

£470

£1,594

3

Ibiza

£414

£1,239

4
Torrevieja

£174

£330

5

Jávea, Moraira & Denia

£326

£592



** (figures based on volume of enquiries and rental rates of 2 bed properties advertised in Spain on HomeAway.co.uk)






5 Tips To Think About When Renting Your Home:

1) Cover yourself: Take advice to understand the tax implications and take out appropriate insurance

2) Research the market: Find out how similar accommodation is priced in the area. Look around when you are next there and get an idea of which type of tourist is likely to be interested in renting.

3) Furnish your property for rentals: Keep décor simple, bright and clean. Buy good, comfortable beds. Ensure that everything is in working order and that you have all the facilities guests would expect at a self-catering home

4) Take quality photos & prepare a description of your property and location: Exterior and interior shots and photos of each room. Write an encouraging text highlighting features of the property and location

5) Promoting your property: You need to advertise your property to get bookings in the first instance. Many holidaymakers return to the same places if they have enjoyed a good holiday in a comfortable and attractive accommodation and word of mouth is always good. There are a variety of holiday rental websites available for owners to choose from, or place it in the hands of an Agent who will do all the work for you for an Agency Fee. A website is recommended in order for you to benefit from booking enquiries all year round, however, it is not essential.












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Lista de empresas y colaboradores amigos que recomendamos a todos nuestros amigos. Gracias  

Inland and rural Andalucia property guide by Spanish Property Insight

Andalusian Cortijos
Cortijos in Andalucia.
Cortijo reforms & renovations. Cortijos, Farmhouses & rural Hotels for sale.

Ronda Renting Direct
Villas, Chalets, Country houses,Townhouses & Apartments for long term rental in Ronda & White Villages in Andalucia.
Holiday lets & short term rentals in Ronda & white villages of Serrania de Ronda in Andalusia.

Horse Back Riding in Andalucia
http://www.horseroad.com

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  Empresa - Introduction
Presentation of La Serrania Services
Thorwald Bodensiek
Ronda 

Ronda Estate Agents we are inland property specialists in the Serrania de Ronda, Andalusia Villas with pools, Country houses, Rustic properties, Spanish farmhouses Vineyards, Equestrian properties, Life-style properties, rural Hotels, B&B’s, Therapy centres.

Welcome to Serrania Services, Ronda Estate Agents we are inland property specialists in the Serrania de Ronda, Andalusia.

We have properties for sale and to rent in Ronda and the famous

White Villages, Pueblos Blancos ofthe Serrania de Ronda.

Our portfolio includes: Villas/Chalets with pools, Country houses, Rustic properties, Spanish farmhouses, Olive Farms, Spanish Cortijos for renovation/reform, Townhouses, Apartments, Retirement homes, Cottages, Plots of land, Ruins, Renovation projects, Bargain properties, Equestrian properties, Life-style properties, rural Hotels, B&B’s/Guest Houses, Therapy centres, Vineyards & Wineries.
Our aim is to make buying a property in rural Andalusia a pleasant experience and to help you find the right property at the right price.

We are pleased to offer our clients a high level of personal service and professional practice.

Our web site features only a selection of the properties listed in our portfolio and we have a wide range of inland properties that could suit your criteria.

Please contact us by email, or on one of the telephone numbers below:

Phone:(+34) 952187313 (+34) 951166188
Mobile: (+34) 608765990
E-mail:
ronda@laserraniaservices.com
We speak English and Spanish.

 

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Zahara de la Sierra
Thorwald Bodensiek
Zahara De La Sierra 

Zahara de la Sierra - Pueblo Blanco - White Village  - La Serrania de Cadiz

Zahara de la Sierra- Pueblo Blanco

Geograpical situation : 

  • In the heart of the Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park
  • 500 metres above sea level

Area:  72,4 square kilometres 

Number of inhabitants: 1.523 approx.

Monuments to visit:

  • The remains of the Watch Tower, the Torre del Homenaje
  • The church of Santa Maria de la Mesa
  • The Chapel of San Juan de Letán
  • The Clock Tower                                                                

The white village of Zahara de la Sierra is found in the heart of the Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park and situated in the province of Cadiz on the white village route.

The meaning of the name “Zahara” is not quite clear and there are many opinions concerning the history of the word. The village was once a Moorish outpost and some believe that the name comes from the name given to the fifth daughter of a Moorish King, Princess Zahar. It could also have derived from the Arab occupation of the village and the abundance of “azahar” – citrus blossoms that lace the streets and grow in the fields nearby.

Zahara de la Sierra was declared of historical interest in 1983.  The Coat of Arms dates back to 1483, when Rodrigo Ponce de León conquered the village and received the title ''Marquis of Zahara''. The coat of arms can be seen inside the Town Hall and on a red silk flag on the main balcony. The village has two central squares where two beautiful old churches stand, each with differing architecture. The church of Santa Maria de la Mesa with its baroque altarpiece is worth viewing and also the remains of the 16th Century Watch Tower, the Torre del Homenaje, the views are spectacular from there. The typical whitewashed houses of the area los pueblos blancos (the white villages) line the streets adorned with flowers, together with other interesting buildings. The views are stunning and best appreciated from the look-out balconies or by climbing higher up to the Moorish castle. A very popular destination for rural tourism Zahara provides a variety of accommodation, excellent small shops, good bars and restaurants where you can sit outside, savour the sights and in the late summer and autumn breathe in the fragrance of orange and lemon blossom.

The main occupation of the area is agriculture, cultivating olives and cattle farming with a landscape of rich valleys and striking mountains that are a haven for birds and wildlife of all kinds.  Successful local winemakers produce quality wine from vineyards in the locality.

Zahara is well known for its beautiful turquoise lake. The river that flowed through the valley was dammed and the valley flooded providing water for irrigation and livestock.  The water that comes from mountain springs is clean and inviting and the reservoir is a popular venue for swimming in the summer months and a man-made beach provides a super recreational place for picnics and general relaxing. Activities such as walking and horse-riding through the lush valleys and mountain tracks give you an opportunity to experience first-hand the real beauty and enchantment of this fascinating area.

 

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