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Highlights in Casares
- Village of Andalusian flavour
- Ideal for lovers of the sun and the beach
- Hiking and observation of birds in the nature
- The native house of Blas Infante
- Great artisan tradition
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Prices and availability
Country cottages and holiday rentals in Casares
Are you looking for cheap rentals in Casares to enjoy a great holiday by the sea, with family, couple or friends? On Holidu we have a wide variety of accommodations with different characteristics and capacities. Most of our holiday rentals in Casares are located within residential complexes with gardens and swimming pool, and very close to the beach. In addition, many of them also have parking, barbecue, fireplace, air conditioning and beautiful sea views.Cottages and detached houses with private swimming pool
If you prefer to enjoy accommodation that offers you a higher level of privacy and tranquillity, but without renouncing the proximity to the beach, and that has other luxuries such as private terrace and swimming pool, jacuzzi or sauna, nothing better than a rural house or an independent villa. Ideal for those who travel with family and want to relax outdoors while their children play happily or to organise barbecues and parties with friends. Can you think of a better holiday rental in Casares to spend your next holiday?
Holidays in Casares
The area and how to find your way around
Located in the southwest of the province of Malaga, on the border with the province of Cadiz, Casares is a charming town of approximately 5,800 inhabitants, belonging to the region of the Western Costa del Sol. Surrounded by the municipalities of Benarraba, Gaucin, Genalguacil, Manilva, Estepona, Jimena de la Frontera, San Martin del Tesorillo and San Roque. Its municipal district is nestled on an abrupt limestone massif, crowned in the highest part by an imposing fortress. Dominating the valleys, hills and coastal plains ranging from the Serrania de Ronda to the Bay of Algeciras. This led it to become an important strategic defensive point during the Muslim era.Picturesque village with Andalusian flavour
The architectural complex of Casares faithfully fulfils the prototype of an Andalusian white village. A very picturesque village called "Pueblo Colgante". With a layout of narrow, winding and steep alleyways, and whitewashed houses of one or two floors. It is still surrounded by some of the fragments of the walls that in the past surrounded the whole complex. However, over the centuries it has spread outside the walls, on the eastern slope and other nearby hills, where travellers can enjoy a wide range of facilities and tourist services, both accommodation and museums, restaurants, bars, etc. What are you waiting for to book your rental in Casares?
Types of travellers and activities
Casares has 2 km of coastline divided between three beautiful rocky beaches of dark sand: Piedra Paloma, La Sal and Playa Ancha. La Sal beach is perfect for those seeking tranquillity. Surrounded by nature and protected from the wind. Piedra Paloma is located at one end of Casares and has all kinds of services and several beach bars. But, without a doubt, the best is Playa Ancha, located in the area of the Marina de Casares urbanization, very close to Manilva. It has all kinds of services and a beautiful promenade. Ideal for families with children.Houses for nature lovers
Casares stands out for its biodiversity and for its great variety of landscapes. Its privileged geographical location has favoured the coexistence in this territory of three different spaces that form part of the Andalusian Network of Spaces. The Sierra Bermeja Natural Park, the Sierra Crestellina and the Canuto de Utrera, a spectacular replica of the karstic area of El Torcal de Antequera. Natural spaces dominated by exuberant forests of oaks, gall oaks and cork oaks that constitute an authentic paradise for lovers of nature and active tourism activities. The most outstanding proposals for discovering them are hiking routes, such as that of the Sierra Crestellina refuge, or bird watching in the magnificent viewpoints of Puerto de Ronda and Puerto de la Cruz.
Did you know that in mid-July Casares hosts a Medieval Market where food prepared using traditional techniques is served? You can't miss it!
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Despite its small size, Casares is a thousand-year-old village that has witnessed numerous events over the centuries that have marked the architecture and character of the locality. There are many monuments that have been built at different stages of its history and reflect the passage of cultures that have settled there. The most representative is the 13th century castle, but it is also worth visiting the Encarnacion church, the San Sebastian church, the Hedionda baths, the Roman city of Lacipo, the Torre de la Sal, the Torre de la Ermita del Rosario and the Baños Aqueduct.2. Visit the birthplace of Blas Infante
Located at number 51 Carrera Street, is the house where Blas Infante was born on July 5, 1885. Considered as the Father of the Andalusian Homeland for being the greatest exponent of political Andalusianism. Inside there is an exhibition with fragments of the life and works of this illustrious Casareño, bringing us closer to his thought and to his own person. In addition, there are temporary exhibitions of local and regional artists.3. Discover the artisan tradition of Casares
In the old part of the town you will find numerous craftsmen's workshops that keep alive the old trades of the town. Making a great variety of products with the techniques of yesteryear. Many of them of Arab heritage. Sparto articles, ceramics, embroidery, wood carvings, ceramics, jewellery and glass are the most representative.4. Try the traditional pucheros with pringa and fried fish
In Casares there are two types of typical cuisine: that of the mountains and that of the coast. In the zone of the saw are habitual the pucheros with pringa. A broth stew with chickpeas, tonic and meat from the slaughter. But also delicious are the cheeses, the crestellina and the fried kid. In the coastal area the star dish is fried fish, but also moruna salad of sardines, seasoned with lemon and paprika. However, you can also try the gazpacho casareño, the potato stew, goat blood sausage and rabbit.
FAQ: Frequently asked questions about holiday rentals in Casares
With an average price of £151.95 per night, Casareslies at theupper end of the price range for holiday lettings in Spain.Which month allows you to save the most on holiday rentals?
If you would like to make the most of your money, the cheapest months to visit Casares are February (£113.53 the average price per night for accommodation), January (£121.75), and December (£126.92).When are holiday rentals more expensive in Casares?
It can be concluded, analysing the data for the year 2019, that the costs per night for accommodation is usually higher, on average, during the months of March (£189.69), July (£187), and August (£186.39).Is it necessary to plan a trip to Casares well in advance?
Considering the figures observed in 2019, it is an excellent city for a spontaneous escape, since it has an average annual availablity of 57%, which is relitavely high.When are more holiday lettings available?
In 2019, the months with the largest number of available properties in Casares were May, April, and June with average availabilities of 78%, 72% and 69.6%, respectively.When are there fewer rental options available in Casares?
Holiday lettings in Casares reach their peak in demand in August, with an availability rate of 14%. The second most requested month is July, with 39.75%, and third is September with 45%.Are there many holiday rentals in Casares?
In Casares we offer you a comprehensive catalogue of around 400 properties, with options to suit everyone, thanks to our 22 local and international partners.