Prices & Details


  • Low season 240 UK pounds (or equivalent)per week (October 1 – March 31)
  • High season 290 UK pounds per week (April 1 – September 30)
  • Short stays at 45 UK pounds per night (minimum 3 nights)
  • Discounts for long stays (one month or over)


  • All year, any day start and finish

Property summary

  • Sleeps 2 people (also sofa bed in living room for temporary guests)
  • Two floors with large raised outdoor terrace
Ground floor:
  • large well equipped kitchen with six-chair traditional wooden table
  • modern bathroom with shower
First floor:
  • living room;
  • double bedroom;
  • terrace outside living room
  • All linen and towels provided
  • Four-ring gas cooker and oven
  • Electric kettle, gas-hob kettle & toaster
  • Refrigerator with freezer compartment
  • Double sink
  • Washing machine
  • TV with DVD, HiFi with CD and cassette player
  • 3 electric radiators
  • Iron and ironing board
  • Two coffee makers (cafetiere and moka pot)
  • Glass-fronted wood-burning stove (firewood not included, but available locally)
  • The house is situated little below the church in a traffic-free part of the village. For enjoying the scenic landscape, Casa Luna’s location is ideal, with open views from the terrace to the south, west and north-west.
  • Two small supermarkets, craft shops, two bakeries, a butchers shop, a Caja Granada bank with ATM, a doctor’s surgery, pharmacy, numerous restaurants, bars, open-air market on Tuesdays for fruit and vegetables (and other stuff)
  • Orgiva (most facilities) 25 mins
  • Costa Tropical beaches 1 hour 15 mins
  • Granada 1 hr 15 mins
  • Granada Airport 1 hr 20 mins
  • Malaga Airport about 2 hrs
Popular activities
  • Walking and hiking
  • Horse riding and trekking
  • Mountain biking (we can arrange mountain bikes)
  • Painting and pottery
  • Relaxing on the terrace and around Capileira;
  • sampling local foods and wine
  • flamenco and other musical performances
  • Day trips to explore villages of the Alpujarras; Granada and the Alhambra; coast and beaches of the Costa Tropical
Getting to Casa Luna
  • Most guests arriving from outside Spain hire a car but it is also possible to use public transport, please see FAQs. When you arrive in Capileira our friend Lynn will meet you (by prior arrangement), give you tips about the village and show you to the house. As Casa Luna is in a traffic-free part of the village it is necessary to leave your car in the nearest car-park, which is just a few minutes’ walk from the house.