Check-in

25 / June

Check-out

27 / June

Adults

A unique place



Welcome to Malaga, a place where you will discover a philosophy of life, friendly, relaxed and pleasant.


At Villa Elisa we offer you the possibility to comfortably discover the city and its surroundings, its cultural and gastronomic offer, its walks by the sea and its excursions through the mountains of Malaga.


Come and discover all that Malaga has to offer.

An exclusive place

Welcome to Malaga, a place where you will discover a philosophy of life, friendly, relaxed and pleasant.

At Villa Elisa we offer you the possibility to comfortably discover the city and its surroundings, its cultural and gastronomic offer, its walks by the sea and its excursions through the mountains of Malaga.

Come and discover all that Malaga has to offer.



  • Our rooms



    Discover our rooms, designed to make your stay a pleasant experience.


    Our beds are equipped with high-end mattresses and Egyptian cotton sheets that guarantee your comfort and rest.


    Enter each one of them and choose!

Surroundings and activities

Malaka, today Malaga, was founded by the Phoenicians in the eighth century BC, its inhabitants have always lived facing the Mediterranean Sea and love it deeply. Many fishermen still draw on the prow of their jábegas (typical Malaga boats) an eye, continuing the tradition of the Phoenician sailors, who painted it on their boats to protect themselves from bad luck. Pablo Picasso, who was born in Malaga, was very impressed by this simple representation as a child. It is very interesting to discover how he used its form in some of the portraits and works that are in the wonderful collection of the Picasso Museum, located in the Buenavista Palace, in the historic center of the city. The artist and his heirs wanted their city to have part of his artistic legacy (the collection covers eight decades of Pablo Picasso's work).

Surroundings and activities



Malaka, today Malaga, was founded by the Phoenicians in the eighth century BC, its inhabitants have always lived facing the Mediterranean Sea and love it deeply. Many fishermen still draw on the prow of their jábegas (typical Malaga boats) an eye, continuing the tradition of the Phoenician sailors, who painted it on their boats to protect themselves from bad luck. Pablo Picasso, who was born in Malaga, was very impressed by this simple representation as a child. It is very interesting to discover how he used its form in some of the portraits and works that are in the wonderful collection of the Picasso Museum, located in the Buenavista Palace, in the historic center of the city. The artist and his heirs wanted their city to have part of his artistic legacy (the collection covers eight decades of Pablo Picasso's work)

A la carte breakfast



And after a great rest in our magnificent beds, what's better than a rich and complete breakfast before going out to discover the treasures of Malaga?





  • Our menu INCLUDES a selection of Breads and Pastries, such as Croissants, Carob Cakes, Rolls, Rye Bread and Toasted Bread, accompanied by Isigny PDO Butter, delicious Jams and Honey.


    We also serve a variety of Cheese and Charcuterie, as well as Eggs cooked to your choice.

    Of course accompanied by juices, yogurt, coffee or tea.

Location

Our house, Villa Elisa is located in El Limonar, undoubtedly one of the most beautiful neighborhoods of Malaga and mirror of the most relevant events of the social and economic life of the city in the first half of the twentieth century.


Located next to the beach, since the end of the 19th century it became the bourgeois neighborhood par excellence and the place of residence of illustrious people from Malaga. All of them turned this neighborhood in the east of the capital into the perfect place to escape from the hustle and bustle of the center: hence the small palaces and villas, conceived as summer residences and places of rest.

We answer your questions



For more information, do not hesitate to contact us. We will be happy to assist you.