Popular Lettings in Maro
Highlights in Maro
- Dream coves
- Imposing cliffs
- Charming village
- Nerja Cave
- Eagle Aqueduct
Most popular in Maro
Prices and availability
Types of holiday rentals in Maro
Do you dream of wild beaches, away from mass tourism and surrounded by imposing cliffs? Now you can make it a reality by booking a holiday rental in Maro. On Holidu we put at your disposal our search engine of tourist rentals, rural houses and luxury villas for rent between individuals so that you can find your perfect accommodation comfortably, quickly and easily. From cheap rentals for 2 people to luxurious villas with incredible sea views, to spacious rural houses with popular architecture. Almost all the rentals have a terrace, but it is the houses that have a private swimming pool. Ideal to take a last dip when returning from the beach. In addition many rural houses in Maro also have barbecue, so you can organise fun meals with family or friends, everything you need for an authentic dream stay! Don't wait any longer to book your rental in Maro!Why book a letting in Maro?
Maro is an ideal destination for those looking for wild and unspoiled beaches, which is almost impossible in Costa del Sol today. A paradisiacal haven of tranquillity that has been kept safe from the voracious urban activity thanks to the steep and spectacular cliffs of up to 75 metres that surround it. Twelve kilometres of coastline interspersed with beautiful beaches and hidden coves on the last foothills of the Sierra de Almijara, between Almuñecar and Nerja. An idyllic place that transports the traveller to another world, far away from the bustling beaches of other areas of Malaga's coastline. In fact, there is no one in the province who does not sigh for these beaches that are considered the "Promised Land". In addition, there are special places such as the Cueva de Nerja, one of the most emblematic natural places in the province. Do you need more reasons to book a letting in Maro?
Holidays in Maro
The area and how to find your way around
Located in the southeast of the province of Malaga, Maro is a small coastal town of barely 700 inhabitants belonging to the municipality of Nerja, in the region of La Axarquia. Surrounded by the protected natural spaces of the Cliffs of Maro-Cerro Gordo and the Sierras de Tejeda, Almijara and Alhama.The best areas to rent a letting in Maro
In Maro you won't find monstrous constructions of letting buildings, but it is the whitewashed houses themselves that have gradually become holiday rentals for tourists, especially those that offer the best views. Therefore, the same old houses of traditional architecture are the ones that serve as lodging to the traveller, what makes that the locality continues maintaining the charm of always. A small old town that will allow you to get everywhere in a few minutes and feel like a neighbour, in touch with the purest essence of the town. Book a letting in Maro today and come and enjoy an unforgettable holiday!
Types of travellers and activities
If you are tired of crowded and noisy beaches where you can barely enjoy the sea, Maro is a perfect destination for you. Full of beaches and virgin coves that are in a completely wild state due to their difficulties of access. Surrounded by imposing cliffs that sometimes reach 75 metres in height. With crystalline waters that will allow you to submerge and discover the richness of its impressive seabed. Some of them are Cala Barranco de Maro, Caleta de Maro, Molino de Papel Beach, Las Alberquillas Beach, Cala del Pino and El Cañuelo Beach. What are you waiting for to book your rural house in Maro?
Did you know that Maro, together with Nerja, was the setting for many scenes from the well-known "Blue Summer" series?
Top 5 Recommendations in Maro
The famous Cueva de Nerja (Nerja Cave), declared an Asset of Cultural Interest, is located precisely in the hamlet of Maro. A place of obligatory visit in which you will be able to enter a really magical world, full of spectacular formations of stalactites and stalagmites.2. Admire the grandeur of the Aguila aqueduct
The Aguila aqueduct is an imposing 19th century building 40 metres high. Formed by four floors of superimposed arches that save the slope of the Barranco de la Coladilla.3. Make a route through their watchtowers
In Maro we find three of the many watchtowers that were built along the coast of Malaga to protect the area from pirate attacks. They are Cerro Gordo, La Caleta and Maro, the three of the sixteenth century.4. Don't miss the Wonder Fair
Renting a letting in Maro in September is a good option, as prices are cheaper and there will be fewer people on the beach. But you can also have a great time at the Feria de las Maravillas, which takes place on the 8th. With numerous musical bands and attractions.5. Take a boat ride along the coast
A boat trip along the coast of Maro will allow you to reach inaccessible coves that you might not otherwise be able to visit. But also admire the vertiginous cliffs and caves of the coast from a different perspective. A truly unique experience!