We’re so excited to see Casa Badillo of Califa Casas featured in The Times on an article called ‘24 of the best villas in Andalusia‘.
As we can read “wide whitewashed arches, stone pillars and exposed wooden beams give this place a medieval feel — appropriately, since the white historic hilltop town of Vejer, like many around these parts, dates from Moorish times. Clever modern touches include a retractable roof, so you can let in as much or as little sun as you want. This is one of the few villas without a pool, but you’re 20-odd minutes from the nearest beach at El Palmar — check out the surf dudes (or join ’em). Alternatively, give in and take an ice-cold beer up to the sunny rooftop terrace”.
Casa Badillo is located in the medieval quarter of Vejer near the church on a quiet pedestrian street. The heart of the house is large luminous central courtyard with a retractable roof ideal for al fresco dining at any time of the year.
The large luminous central courtyard.
Around it, on the upper floors, there are a total of three double bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, a double room with a bathroom, a family room with a double bed and a separate room with a single bed and bathroom. Casa Badillo sleeps 11.
One of the double bedrooms.
The rooftop terrace is comfortable and spacious.