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Vacation rentals in Cabra

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Cottage in Cabra
A beautiful oasis in the Subbetica Natural Park
Cortijo Colodro a unique RURAL property which surrounded by olives groves, oak trees and nature.. The accommodation is beautifully presented throughout. It has 3 double bedrooms, a bathroom, a large living kitchen with comfortable seating. The outside area has shaded dining deck and seating under the grapevine. The unique curved 10m pool with large decked area for soaking up the sun is surrounded by peaceful countryside and stunning views. It's a place to relax and unwind close to nature.
Aug 27 – Sep 3
R2,571 ZAR per night
4.92 out of 5 average rating, 51 reviews
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Cottage in Valle de Abdalajís
Finca Sábila, a small paradise
A beautiful rustic house to enjoy a couple in the middle of nature, with the comfort of a modern home. Impressive views from all the terraces and gardens full of flowers that surround it, with a hot tube, Balinese bed, hammocks, tables with their chairs and stone benches. It is in a landscape reserve full of birds, at the top of a hill, next to Caminito del Rey and El Torcal and in the centre of Andalusia to visit other cities. We love to share this little paradise with our guests! .
Jun 23 – 30
R2,718 ZAR per night
4.95 out of 5 average rating, 143 reviews
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Home in Córdoba
Charming house in the Jewish quarter of Cordoba
Immerse yourself in the magic of Cordoba in our charming home, located in the heart of the Jewry, just a few steps away from the Mosque-Cathedral. House with 3 floors and private terrace. Spacious and bright living room. Glazed space on the terrace to enjoy the sun and views. Ideal location to explore Cordoba on foot. Admire the Mosque-Cathedral from your terrace. Wander the charming streets and discover its shops and restaurants. Enjoy the vibrant culture of Cordoba.
Oct 6 – 13
R5,652 ZAR per night
4.94 out of 5 average rating, 212 reviews

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Other great vacation rentals in Cabra

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Cottage in Llanos de Don Juan
La Era. Luxurious villa in the center of Andalusia
Nov 6 – 13
R5,210 ZAR per night
4.96 out of 5 average rating, 24 reviews
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Cottage in Zuheros
El Pride- Casa Rural El Hechizo del Bailón
Nov 4 – 11
R1,807 ZAR per night
5.0 out of 5 average rating, 10 reviews
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Cabin in Córdoba
Tiny house, BBQ, jacuzzi, pool, Andalisia center
Jan 16 – 23
R1,821 ZAR per night
5.0 out of 5 average rating, 15 reviews
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Home in Luque
The Castle Wall
May 13 – 20
R521 ZAR per night
5.0 out of 5 average rating, 13 reviews
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Apartment in Lucena
Apartment Lucena Center Atico
Jun 17 – 24
R1,645 ZAR per night
4.81 out of 5 average rating, 26 reviews
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Home in Zuheros
casita tipica
Aug 10 – 17
R1,161 ZAR per night
4.88 out of 5 average rating, 32 reviews
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Tiny home in Luque
ANLUA loft
May 17 – 24
R799 ZAR per night
4.79 out of 5 average rating, 89 reviews
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Apartment in Lucena
Víbora Building Apartment, 2 parking spaces.
Apr 17 – 24
R2,073 ZAR per night
4.82 out of 5 average rating, 28 reviews
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Cottage in Lucena
Cortijo Dominguez
Sep 20 – 27
R3,386 ZAR per night
5.0 out of 5 average rating, 13 reviews
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Vacation home in Navas del Selpillar
Accommodation Las Palmeras. Beautiful mini-loft.
Jun 16 – 23
R1,658 ZAR per night
4.96 out of 5 average rating, 23 reviews
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Apartment in Málaga
Apartments in yeguada luque guerrero
Apr 15 – 22
R653 ZAR per night
4.81 out of 5 average rating, 16 reviews
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Apartment in Montilla
Apartamento Hermanos Garnelo
Jan 20 – 27
R1,466 ZAR per night
4.96 out of 5 average rating, 28 reviews

Your guide to Cabra

All About Cabra

Cabra is a small rural town in central Andalusia in southern Spain, midway between the larger cities of Córdoba and Málaga. People have lived here since the Stone Age, and Cabra has been under the rule of the Romans, Visigoths, and Moors, leaving an array of historical sites and castles. Learn more about the area’s history and culture at the Cabra Municipal Archaeological Museum, which is full of artifacts dating from the Paleolithic to the late modern period.

The town serves as a gateway to the nearby Parque Natural de las Sierras Subbéticas, one of Spain’s most impressive national parks, where water has been carving limestone canyons for hundreds of thousands of years. The park’s mountains and valleys are home to golden eagles, wild goats, and hedgehogs in a richly biodiverse landscape of native plants and mosses — you might even spy rare orchids growing from cracks in the rocks. You will find ample opportunities for hiking and wildlife spotting here. In Cabra, visit one of the local cafes and restaurants to try Andalusian culinary specialties like goat’s-cheese salad, stuffed pork rolls, and ham and egg soup.


The best time to stay in a vacation rental in Cabra

Summers in Cabra are hot and dry, and tend to be very busy with summer travelers. This is a good time to come to enjoy outdoor activities and explore all that Andalusia has to offer. Spring and fall usually have mild weather and are slightly quieter. Winter is the slowest season. On the third Saturday in June, the small mountain town of Alfarnate, around 1.5 hours south of Cabra, celebrates its annual bounty of cherries with stalls, speeches, folk music, traditional dancing, and of course fruit as part of Día de la Cereza.


Top things to do in Cabra

Parque Natural de las Sierras Subbéticas

The UNESCO-protected Parque Natural de las Sierras Subbéticas is a stunning national park full of rugged landscapes. Its more than 78,000 acres are excellent for hiking and wildlife viewing, with more than 70 species of nesting and migratory birds as well as wild boars, mountain goats, and mouflons (horned sheep). There are various trails leading to the top of the mountain of Tiñosa, from where you can enjoy sweeping views of the region.

Cabra Castle

Built as an Arab fortress prior to the ninth century, Cabra Castle has had a long and turbulent history. The turreted complex sits above the west of the town, framed by high walls and rows of palm trees and featuring a courtyard overlooking the peaks of the Sierra Subbéticas UNESCO Global Geopark. The castle has changed hands many times and now serves as a school.

Archaeological Museum of Cabra

Located in the Casa de la Cultura, the Archaeological Museum of Cabra is home to Roman sculptures and mosaics, coins, and ceramics excavated from Cabra and the surrounding region, as well as artefacts from the Paleolithic era to the present.

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