Villa Shangri-La is available for weekly rentals all year round. A summer booking runs from Saturday to Saturday. However, out of high season, other options may be available on request. Check in time is from 16:00hrs with check out at 10:00hrs latest. Some flexibility may be possible, on request.
To check availability for your preferred dates, please see the calendar below.
Villa Shangri-la Availability
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Prices by Season
Low Season (L) – from €990 to €1,290 per week (Jan, Feb, Nov and Dec except school hols)
Mid Season (M) – from €1,290 to €1,590 per week (Mar-May and Oct, except Easter and school hols)
High Season (H) – €1,690 per week (June and September – see calendar for exact dates)
Super Season (S) – €1,990 per week (July and August – see calendar for exact dates)
Notes on prices:
1) Price includes agent contact on arrival, full local support from them during your stay, with translation. All bed linen, bath and pool towels.
2) A deposit of 25% is required on booking. The balance to be paid 8 weeks (latest) before date of arrival.
3) Pool heating available on request (€25 per week).
4) Local baby sitting service available on request.
5) Unfortunately, due to experiences with a previous guest, we are no longer able to accept pets of any description.
Through our local friends at Quality Estates, we provide agent contact on arrival at Villa Shangri-La to ensure that you get the best possible start to your holiday. They will also be close at hand to provide assistance throughout your holiday. All bed linen and bath towels are provided. There are additional toys, BBQ fuels and other accessories in our downstairs cloakroom.
Christmas and the Feast of the Three Kings – this is a very important time in Spanish tradition and is more a cause for celebration than Christmas day in Spain. Especially for the children who have been waiting all through Christmas for the Three Kings to arrive, bearing gifts!
Epiphany is the 6th January and celebrates the visit of the Magi to the infant Jesus. On the evening of 5th January, the night before Epiphany, there are parades. People dressed up as the Three Kings hand out sweets to excited children who, when home, leave their shoes by the window to be filled by the Kings. They leave out food for the Kings and water for their camels! Prior to this date children have written letters to the Three Kings telling them if they have been ‘good’ or ‘bad’ and what presents they would like. On the morning of 6th January children awake to see what gifts the Kings have brought, hoping they will receive everything they have requested, rather than a lump of coal for being ‘bad’.
This is followed by a large family lunch. Dessert is always El Roscon de Reyes, a ring-shaped cake with two objects baked into it – a small figure of a king and a dry green bean. Everybody checks their serving, hoping they have the king and not the bean! The person who finds the king in their cake is crowned king for the day and wears a crown. The person who finds the bean in their piece of cake must pay for the dinner!
This day signifies the final day of the Christmas period. The next day, the children go back to school to show off their new toys to friends and, for the grown-ups, the sales begin! After this, Christmas decorations are taken down and the fun is over until next year.
The Christmas period is designated as ‘High Season’ for two weeks.
Easter weekend in 2024 will be from Good Friday on 29th March, to Easter Monday on 1st April. In 2025 it is from Good Friday on 18th April, to Easter Monday on 21st April.