Calle Mimbre, 04115 Rodalquilar Cabo de Gata
Casas Eva in Rodalquilar consists of 5 separate houses: Casa Poniente, Casa Levante, Casa Sur and Casa Zen, which were built in 2002. They are arranged around a small garden and lie only a few strides from the street.
Casa Pequeña, built around the time the village evolved in the 1950s, lies on the town street with no facing houses. Since the building of a bypass street, the town street has been used only for local traffic.
The characters of the different houses are defined individually by their location, size, room division, and furnishings (living room with kitchen, one to two bedrooms, patio, terrace, bathroom).
Casa Poniente, Casa Levante and Casa Pequeña each have two twin bedrooms, Casa Sur has one. Casa Zen is studio with twinbed, a summer-kitchen is outside on the roofed terrasse. All beds are equipped with quality matresses. The use of sheets, towels, and the washing machine (twice a week) are included in the price.
Amenities and services
- Public Parking
- Smoking Permitted
- Pets Welcome
- Child Bed
- Washing Machine
- Down Payment Requested
- Size In Square Meters
- Water Boiler
- Own Key
- Tax deductible statement
- Own Toilet
Sights and transport nearby
Surrounded by mountains, bays and beaches, the area is ideal for walking, hiking, and bathing. Rocky coasts invite one to dive, and families often spend entire days on the flat sandy beaches.
In Rodalquilar you´ll find several bars and restaurants, a small wine shop, a grocery and daily passing street traders.
Las Negras is a typical fishing village with restaurants adjacent to the water.
San José, which lies halfway to the Playas Monsul y Genoveses, has a sailing port and several boutiques and restaurants.Whether by plane (and rental Car) via Almeria (ca. 50 Min.), via Alicante or Murcia (2-3 hours) or Malaga (3-4 hours): We recommend you take by car the easiest route, which leads you to the Motorway E15/A7 taking the exit 487 »Parque Natural Cabo de Gata, Campo Hermoso, Las Negras« for about 20 miles until you reach Rodalquilar. (Rather than taking the shortest way through the mountains where there are no sign posts, and the road surface is very poor.