Villa for 10 people in Mijas

Comfort, tranquillity, privacy, swimming pool and spectacular views, this beautiful villa has it all. Situated in Valtocado – Mijas at the Costa del Sol 

The villa is situated on the hillside in the mountains of Mijas in the exclusive private urbanization Valtocado, just 5 minutes driving from the famous picturesque white village of Mijas Pueblo and only a 20 minutes’ drive to the beaches of Fuengirola and Mijas Costa. Because of its location at 350 meters above sea level, you can enjoy spectacular views of the surrounding mountains, the valley and the coast. The modern contemporary villa has a 60m2 living room, a fully equipped modern kitchen, a game room with pool table, 4 terraces with stunning panoramic views.

The Large swimming pool with terrace is the perfect place for sunbathing and relaxing. The pool can be heated for a supplement of €250 per week. The detached villa with private pool consists of two floors.

From the street-side you enter the villa on the top floor where you’ll find the living room with lounge area, dining room and open kitchen, the bedrooms and 2 bathrooms. On the floor below there is the 4th bedroom with adjacent games room and the third bathroom and the door to the swimming pool with sun terrace situated. There is ample parking for several cars. The car in the pictures is not for rent.

Living room
From the hall you enter the spacious and bright living room with a cozy sitting area, a separate large dining area and the adjacent open kitchen. A staircase leads to the mezzanine above the lounge area where a desk is at your disposal plus a sofa.
INSIDE PRESENT: Central air conditioning hot / cold in all rooms, ceiling fans, a comfortable lounge sofa plus an armchair in the seating area and a large wooden dining table with 10 chairs in the dining room.
ENTERTAINMENT: In the lounge there is a flat screen TV with some international channels. In addition downstairs there is a games room with pool table and electronic darts.
INTERNET: There is free Wi-Fi internet available.

Fully equipped luxury open kitchen with ceramic hob, extractor hood, oven, microwave, refrigerator with freezer and ice maker, dishwasher, washing machine, espresso machine, water cooker, toaster, blender and granite worktop.

In total, there is sleeping space for 8 adults and 2 children. The master bedroom has a double bed of 180 X 200, an en-suite bathroom and air conditioning / heating. The second bedroom has a double bed of 160 X 200, a door to the terrace and air conditioning / heating. The third bedroom has a double bed of 160 X 200 and air conditioning / heating. Downstairs near the games room you find the fourth bedroom. This bedroom has a double bed and a bunk bed. Adjacent to this room you’ll find the third bathroom. A children high chair and baby cot are available on request.

Three bathrooms. The master bathroom has a bathtub, a bathroom cabinet with sink, a toilet, a bidet and a hair dryer. The second bathroom with beautiful antique doors has a large walk-in shower, a antique washbasin, a toilet and a bidet. The third bathroom is located on the ground floor near the pool and fourth bedroom. This modern bathroom has a large shower cabin with massage shower, sink and toilet.

Around the villa there are a total of 4 spacious terraces on different levels. Therefore you will always find a place in the sun or in the shade. The highest situated terrace is located at the entrance of the villa. This terrace has a large solid wood table with two wooden benches and a pergola with sunscreen. This is a beautiful spot from which you can enjoy spectacular 360 degree view of the beautiful mountains of Mijas, the valley and the Mediterranean sea. The second and third terrace are located on both sides of the dining room. On second terrace is a patio table with 6 chairs. On the other terrace you’ll find a patio table with 8 chairs. These terraces are the perfect place to enjoy your breakfast or diner overlooking the beautiful valley and the mountains of Mijas. The fourth terrace is located on the lowest floor next to the private swimming pool. Again, there is a patio table with 6 chairs, a comfortable lounge sofa and a couple of sun loungers. This is a wonderful place to relax with a good book and a cool glass after a refreshing dip in the pool. Also from this terrace you can enjoy the fantastic views over the valley, the sea and the surrounding mountains.

Swimming pool
The Large swimming pool with terrace is the perfect place for sunbathing and relaxing. The pool can be heated for a supplement of €250 per week.

The house is surrounded by a beautifully landscaped private garden on different levels with multiple terraces and privacy to enjoy the sun or shade all times of the day. The private property is completely fenced and to the front there is a stone wall with entrance gate.

Parking behind the gate on the own plot for two cars.

For this accommodation you will need a car.

The house has an alarm system. The garden is fully fenced. You enter through an automatic gate with remote control.

Entertainment and leisure activities for your holidays in Mijas Costa, Malaga, Andalusia

  • bar (within 5 kilometers from the house)
  • zoo (Bioparc Fuengirola) and water park (Agia Mijas) (within 10 kilometers from the house)
  • amusement park (Tivoli World Benalmadena) (within 25 kilometers from the house)

Sights and culture in Mijas Costa, Malaga, Andalusia

  • historic place (Mijas Pueblo) (within 5 kilometers from the accommodation)
  • castle (Castillo Sohail) (within 10 kilometers from the accommodation)


  • hiking (within 1000 meters of the villa)
  • golf (Santana Golf) and snorkeling (within 10 kilometers of the villa)


Official accommodation identification number: VFT/MA/04924


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Prices in € per Week
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01/04/2021 01/07/2021 € 2,485
01/07/2021 01/09/2021 € 3,178
01/09/2021 01/11/2021 € 2,485
01/11/2021 21/12/2021 € 1,876
21/12/2021 01/01/2022 € 2,485
01/01/2022 01/04/2022 € 1,876
01/04/2022 01/07/2022 € 2,485
01/07/2022 01/09/2022 € 3,178
01/09/2022 01/11/2022 € 2,485
01/11/2022 21/12/2022 € 1,876
21/12/2022 01/01/2023 € 2,485
Services included in the rental price
Optional Extras
Aero bed incl. linen € 49.00 per booking
Beach towels based on the number of persons € 5.00 per person
Cot including linen € 39.00 per booking
Grocery pack € 40.00 per booking
High chair € 15.00 per booking
Travel and Cancellation Insurance € 1,248.00 per person

* to be charged in certain periods



This accommodation is not available for weekends, parties and / or celebrations only.

In order to improve the quality of your check-in on site, we recommend that you pay the full amount before your arrival. This is the total amount including extras and deposit.

Arrival outside office hours.
After 17:00 hours or in the weekend, the entire amount must be paid in advance.

Upon arrival on Monday to Friday before 17:00 you will be personally checked in and escorted to your holiday accommodation. The keys will then be handed over to you in our office. For arrivals after 17:00 or during Sundays and public holidays, you can get keys from one of our key safes. The route and details will then be sent to you by e-mail.


  • Accommodation for the indicated number of people
  • Accommodation on 3 levels
  • Online availability calendar
  • Private pool
  • Garden
  • Air conditioning
  • Heating
  • Internet connection
  • Cable/Satellite television
  • Washing machine
  • Safe available in the accommodation
  • Television
  • Microwave
  • Dishwasher
  • Bedlinen included in rental price
  • Towels
  • Non smoking accommodation
  • Pool table
  • Private parking
  • Hiking trails within 500 m.
  • Guest reviews and ratings

    Number of clients who have reviewed this accommodation



    The rating of the design, the furniture and the decoration in the living room, dining room and the bedrooms.
    Valuation of comfort and quality of the terraces (covered and uncovered), the barbecue and the outdoor furniture. 9.5

    Peace and tranquillity

    Valuation of the privacy in the garden of the accommodation: visibility from the road, distance from the neighbours etc. A tranquil situation will be valued according to the noise level of the surroundings: busy streets, town, beach etc.

    Garden and swimming pool

    The garden and the swimming pool are valued according to size, design, quality and comfort.


    Valuation of the views of the surrounding from the accommodation.
    (Is not included in the average score)


    The kitchen is valued to size, design, available equipment and comfort.


    The bathrooms are valued to size, design, equipment and comfort offered.

    Global Review

    Tenants reviews for Villa Casa Mimpi
    Min 0 - Max 10
    Young couples
    August 2019
    Casa Mimpi is a very nice place to stay at and you will not be disappointed with what is available in the Villa. It's big and has everything. The surrounding views are amazing with sunset views over the mountains on one side and views over the mediterranian on the other side. A nice peaceful out of the way place in a quiet community only a short drive from the cosy town Mijas. The swimming pool/lounge area has an amazing infinity view over the local area. 8.8



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