PentHouse for 4 people in Mijas costa


Luxury penthouse with 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms and a large terrace on the corner. Panoramic view to the sea, the golf course and the mountains of Mijas. Located in Arana de Mijas in the famous golf club "Cerrado del Aguila" in the centre of the Costa del Sol.

  • Pets are not allowed in this accommodation.
  • This is a "no smoking" accommodation.


The penthouse
The living room is modern and tastefully decorated with a living and dining area. Next to the living room and bedrooms there is a large terrace corner on the south and east. This terrace has a dining room, a gas barbecue and a lounge corner to relax and enjoy the views. From the terrace you have unsurpassed views of the coast, the sea and the mountains of Mijas. The terrace is partially closed with sliding glass panels, so there is always a place without wind on a windy day. Partly due to the partially enclosed terraces, this attic is also ideal for winter visitors. The fully equipped kitchen has its own terrace in the northeast. More information about decoration etc. can be found in the text.


Arana de Mijas
The Arana de Mijas apartment complex is situated on the edge of the golf course and the Cerrado del Águila golf club. Arana is about 4.5 km from the famous town of Fuengirola, 30 km from Malaga airport. And in the Cerrado del Águila you can also find the clubhouse with restaurant and several tennis/paddle tennis courts. Arana de Mijas was recently built and consists of 5 modern apartment buildings with a shared garden with a swimming pool and a sunbathing area with hammocks. You have access to a private parking space and underground parking.

Fuengirola is one of the most popular holiday destinations on the Costa del Sol. Fuengirola has wide sandy beaches and an 8 kilometer long promenade. In the marina of Fuengirola, you can practice different water sports such as diving, fishing in the sea, dolphin watching, etc.. You can also book a boat trip to Benalmádena. In the port you will also find cozy bars and restaurants. The remains of the Moorish castle Castillo Sohail on the west side of Fuengirola are worth a visit. In the summer months, various festivities are organized in and around the castle, including concerts, a medieval market and a German beer festival. On Tuesdays and Saturdays, there are weekly markets in the fairgrounds, just outside the center. On Sunday there is a smaller market on the site behind the mosque. There are two covered shopping malls, MIRAMAR and EL CORTE INGLES. In addition, there are many supermarkets, including Carrefour, Mercadona, Supersol, Lidl and Aldi. Want to go shopping in Fuengirola? In the center you will find a wide range of local shops, but there is also no shortage of well-known international brands. Meanwhile, you can enjoy an aperitif and a drink in one of the cozy squares with terraces and tapas bars. Eat? In Fuengirola you will find a wide range of national and international restaurants for all tastes. In the center there are several bars and discotheques where you can enjoy the atmosphere of the Costa del Sol.



  • large living room with a sofa and armchair, a dining table with 4 chairs and sliding doors to the terrace
  • central air conditioning cold/heat in the living room and two bedrooms
  • a flat-screen TV with international channels
  • free WiFi Internet through fiber


Fully equipped kitchen with induction hob, extractor hood, oven, microwave, fridge/freezer, dishwasher, washing machine, coffee maker, teapot, toaster, mixer and granite worktop.


There are two bedrooms, both with sufficient wardrobes and air conditioning/heating. The master bedroom has an en-suite bathroom, a sliding door to the terrace and a double bed of 180 X 220. The second bedroom has 2 single beds of 90 X 220 which are placed together. Cradles and high chairs can be added on request.


There are two bathrooms The master bathroom has a bathtub with a shower in the bathroom, a bathroom unit with washbasin, a toilet, a bidet, and a hairdryer. The second bathroom has a shower cubicle, a bathroom cabinet with washbasin and a toilet.


The large, partly covered corner terrace of 95 m2 faces south and east. From the living room you reach a part of the terrace which is covered and completely lockable with glass panels. Here you will find a spacious dining table with 6 chairs. On the next part of the terrace there is a gas barbecue and two comfortable sunbeds. Adjacent is the spacious lounge corner with a spacious comfortable corner sofa. The lounge corner is also covered and partly lockable with glass panels. From the entire terrace you can enjoy the panoramic view over the golf course to the coast, the sea and the mountains of Mijas. From the kitchen you come to a terrace on the northeast. This is the terrace where you can enjoy a nice breakfast in the morning sun overlooking the mountain range of Mijas.


Communal swimming pool with a sunbathing area with free hammocks. In the pool there are showers and toilets. The pool is visible from the terrace.


Covid-19 update: The pool is until further notice closed due to a necessary repair. The owners' association has informed us that when the pool will reopen at the end of July with a maximum capacity of 75% and according to the applicable Covid-19 restrictions such as 1,5-meter distance between your family/group and the other residents. The toilets at the pool are closed for hygienic reasons until further notice. All Covid rules are indicated at the poolside.


The communal gardens of the Arana de Mijas complex are beautifully designed and well maintained. The complex is completely fenced. So you can enjoy the peace


Private parking space in underground car park


You need a car for this holiday accommodation.


The complex is completely fenced. You enter through an automatic gate with remote control.


Official accommodation identification number: VFT/MA/23143


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Prices in € per Week
From To
01/09/2020 01/11/2020 € 980
01/11/2020 21/12/2020 € 833
21/12/2020 01/01/2021 € 980
01/01/2021 01/04/2021 € 833
01/04/2021 01/07/2021 € 980
01/07/2021 01/09/2021 € 1,232
01/09/2021 01/11/2021 € 980
01/11/2021 21/12/2021 € 833
21/12/2021 01/01/2022 € 980
01/01/2022 01/04/2022 € 833
01/04/2022 01/07/2022 € 980
01/07/2022 01/09/2022 € 1,232
01/09/2022 01/11/2022 € 980
01/11/2022 21/12/2022 € 833
21/12/2022 01/01/2023 € 980
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



  • Accommodation for the indicated number of people
  • Accommodation on 1 level
  • Online availability calendar
  • Supermarket within 500 m.
  • Bars and restaurants within 500 m.
  • Elevator
  • Communal garden
  • Resort accommodation
  • Golf resort accommodation
  • Community pool
  • Garden
  • Roof terrace
  • Outdoor fireplace / Barbecue
  • 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 500 m.
  • Guest reviews and ratings

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    The rating of the design, the furniture and the decoration in the living room, dining room and the bedrooms.
    Valuation of comfort and quality of the terraces (covered and uncovered), the barbecue and the outdoor furniture. 9.0

    Peace and tranquillity

    Valuation of the privacy in the garden of the accommodation: visibility from the road, distance from the neighbours etc. A tranquil situation will be valued according to the noise level of the surroundings: busy streets, town, beach etc.

    Garden and swimming pool

    The garden and the swimming pool are valued according to size, design, quality and comfort.


    Valuation of the views of the surrounding from the accommodation.
    (Is not included in the average score)


    The kitchen is valued to size, design, available equipment and comfort.


    The bathrooms are valued to size, design, equipment and comfort offered.

    Global Review

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    Families with older children
    July 2019
    Zeer aan te bevelen. 9.4



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