Casa de Eulalia, GaliciaCamelle | Ref: GCAM5 | Bedrooms: 3 | Sleeps: 5
Stylish seaside house in old fishing village, close to beach, bars and port.
Imaginatively and artistically designed to make the best use of space, very well presented and maintained, it is attractively decorated and furnished and equipped with comfort in mind.
Off a lane with other houses around, backed by pine woods, a short walk will take you to another small beach and a much longer walk along the coast to the impressive wild Playa de Traba with its dunes and lagoon.
There is a children's playground just round the corner and the port, bars, simple restaurants and shops are an easy stroll away.
NB. There is a house next door, but it is unoccupied.
Accommodation DescriptionFront gate opens into enclosed courtyard for clients' use only. From this front door opens into large kitchen/diner with two easy chairs. Off this is the bathroom.
Tiled and wrought iron staircase to first floor with two double bedrooms and an enclosed gallery with windows going across the front of the house with view over rooftops of the port and sea.
Up further staircase to attic floor with a sitting room cum single bedroom with a skylight with view of the village and port.
N.B. Electric radiators make this a good choice for out of season months. Heating is charged locally as required.
Reg No. TU 986D RITGA – E – 2017 – 002211
|Bedroom Details:||1 dbl, 1 dbl; (first flr). 1 single (attic flr).|
|Bathrooms:||1; (1 bathroom)|
|Nearest Shop:||In village|
|Nearest Airport:||La Coruna (88km)|
|Nearest Ferryport:||Santander (535km)|
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|Peak||22 Jul - 13 Aug||£740|
|High||15-21 Jul; 14-31 Aug||£690|
|Mid||Easter; 1-14 Jul; 1 - 15 Sep||£600|
|Low||Rest of year||£580|
Christmas and main public holidays are charged at mid or high season rates.
This property has the following options
(NB 'short breaks' and 'small party' offers not available in high season)
Self Catering Holiday (min 7 nights)
Short break (4 to 6 nights)
There’s a town beach and a smaller cove round the corner from that and a popular beach with surfers at the next village,Arou (a short drive or a walk of about 20 minutes).
The village has a small supermarket, two butcher's, a chemist's and a health clinic and two excellent bakeries and bread, fish and other mobile vans come. Locals, who carefully tend their vegetable patches, will often sell you their produce as well as free range eggs.
There is further shopping at the little town of Ponte do Porto (six kms) where there is a weekly street market.
There are several bars and one restaurant and in the summer months, when the village and area are more lively, shacks on the beach offering fresh fish and seafood.
There is good walking along the rocky shore, through tiny fields; the drive or walk to Cabo Vilan takes you to a dramatic point from which to view the coast.
- Beautiful beaches all along the coast - Playa de Arou, Playa de Traba, Playas de Leis and O Lago, Nemina..
- Gentle walking and cycling locally.
- Learn about "Man", the village's adopted son - see his "folly" on the rocks in the port.
- Drive or walk to the lighthouse at Cabo Vilan - the oldest, electrically run lighthouse in Spain! Visit the English Cemetery there.
- Day trips to A Coruña and Santiago de Compostela, a must.
- Visit nearby Camariñas, famous for its lace-making.
- Don't miss the "pottery" village of Buno - a great place for presents to take home.
- Visit the castle at Vimianzo, now restored to house paintings, photos and crafts.
- Explore the fishing ports of Muxia, Laxe, Corme and Malpica.
- Go to the "end of the world" at Cape Finisterre.
- Enjoy the local gastronomy - excellent, reasonably priced fish and seafood in the local bars and restaurants.
- Celebrate with the locals. Fiestas crowd the calendar!
Holiday Ideas near Camelle
The Costa de la Muerte is a relatively remote corner but is well served by air:
From Heathrow to A Coruña with Vueling (BA);
From Gatwick to Santiago with Easyjet;
From Stansted to Vigo or Santiago with Ryanair;
From Dublin to Vigo with Ryanair or Santiago with Aer Lingus.
NB Flights are not included but we can advise on routes and timetables
Good motorway links now make ferry travel a real possibility (La Coruña is just 4hours 30mins from Santander)
Ferries: Plymouth or Portsmouth to Santander or Bilbao – 7 sailings weekly. Ireland to North Spain - 2 sailings a week.
Please ask us for advice on ferry crossings, timetables and flexible start dates to fit with the crossings.
If travelling by air we recommend renting a hire car to make the most out of your visit to the area. If you prefer to use public transport please consult our expert staff for advice on which properties are more suitable.
If coming on the ferry you will use your own vehicle - we recommend that you ensure that insurance and breakdown cover are in place. For full advice on how to prepare the vehicle etc see the Brittany Ferries website
In either case we will provide full instructions to arrive at your holiday accommodation, complete with GPS co-ordinates.