Alajár Holiday Lettings - rent a little piece of relaxed rural village heaven under the hot summer sun
Alajar is a tiny charming Spanish villlage located in the province of Huelva, the westernmost province in the southern Spanish autonomous community of Andalusia. Only 771 inhabitants currently live in the village, making it the perfect location for your tranquil, quaint, rural getaway. Whatever you are looking to do on your Spanish holidays, whether it's catch up on some quality time and bond with a loved one, or escape from the stresses and worries of your everyday working life back home, this whitewashed village is a heavenly retreat for hikers and nature lovers in general. If you are a nature enthusiasts, you will revel in the different types of trees surrounding this town. The views here are of spectacular cliffs, and you can easily spend your whole holiday just gazing in wonder at the sheer power and raw beauty of nature and never get experience a dull moment. What is more, there are luxurious Alajár holiday villas you can lease for the entire duration of your stay, no matter how short or long.
Alajár Villa Rentals - treat yourself to an authentic taste of Spanish village life
The Alajár holiday rentals are comfortable and cosy, but do not spend all your time indoors enjoying their delights at the expense of the sites and attractions of the village! The Cave of Marvels is a gigantic rock formation going more than 100 metres below the ground. Known as the Gruta de las Maravillas, this rock formation is located approximately in the middle of the town. The cave features numerous rooms of stalactites and stalagmites of different colours, whose reflections on the interior water of the lakes are some of the most beautiful scenes you will ever see. In fact, there is even a geological museum in the caves, a perfect destination for nature and geology enthusiasts.
Alajár Holiday Rentals - a whitewashed fairytale village under a piercing liquid blue sky
However, the cave is not the only attraction in the town, there are many beautiful and enchanting corners to photograph and interesting locals to befriend. The Corta Atalaya opencast mine is a wonderful site to look at. If you have ever wondered at the intricate workings of an opencast mine, here is your chance to learn it first hand, and wonder no more. The mine is frequented by groups of tourists who come to watch separation of impurities from the limonite before retreating back to their respective Alajár holiday rentals. Above all, do not forget to visit the Peña Arias Montano chapel named after a 16th century theologian and scientist. Looking for other idyllic summer paradises? Look no further than Banki Holiday Villas, with its golden sandy beaches, sparkling blue sea and beautiful streets.