The Califa Casas family grows!

Califa Casas’ family grows with new lifestyle houses with comfort, relaxation and views in mind,  in the heart of Vejer. First of all, we introduce La Casa del Emir, a unique and eclectic townhouse in the centre of historic Vejer. It is located on the narrow street leading from the main church down to the famous Plaza de España.
The interior patio with skylight.
The house has been reformed and decorated in an individual style by its present owner and his team of interior designers, retaining original features such as the carpentry, floor tiles and adding a mixture of antique furniture, Venetian mirrors, selective lighting, crisp linens and unique pieces sourced throughout Spain and internationally.
One of the bedrooms.
The living/dining area is on the same floor at the front of the house.
Accommodation is spread across 4 floors. The ground floor comprises of entrance hall, a double bedroom, a hall, that opens into a bright interior patio with skylight and dining area. The stylish kitchen is to the rear of the property . There is also a spacious walk-in shower room on this level.
La cocina derrocha estilo y personalidad.
A detail of the kitchen.
Steps lined lead up from the patio to the Master bedroom, with spacious en-suite shower room. Further steps lead up to two more bedrooms and a shower room on the first floor. The living/dining area is on the same floor at the front of the house. Here the light pours through the balcony on sunny days illuminating the owner´s personal art collection and numerous artefacts collected from antique stalls in Madrid, Portugal and Morocco.
The living/dining room, with the owner’s personal art collection .
One bedroom is decorated with original boards from a Dutch carousel.
A shower room.
This bedroom is decorated with a handcrafted headboard of dried flowers.
Steep ladder style steps lead up to a split-level roof terrace. Here you can enjoy a barbecue with friends or relax on the upper level on one of the sunbeds or in the Moroccan chill-out area whilst enjoying views across the local countryside and hills.
The views from the terrace.
The chill out area, perfect for relaxing.

It’s time to introduce our second new house, Casa Las Terrazas, a charming family home which enjoys over 100m2 of private terraces.

Enjoy open views across the top of the palm trees in Plaza de España, the city walls and the open countryside beyond.
You are welcomed into an entrance hall.

The 4 bedrooms, each with their own ensuite bathroom, are located off the central courtyard, galleried landing or one of the terraces, making this property ideal for a large family or group of friends.

It has been tastefully decorated with antique and wicker furniture, colourful artwork, rugs and ethnic wall hangings.
One of the bedrooms.

The house is located in the heart of the historic centre, on a pedestrian street, yet conveniently just a few minutes walk from the Castle, church, main square, restaurants, tapas bars and Vejer´s Hammam.

Casa La Azotea is our third new house, a traditional 2-storey property with roof terrace and views towards the old town, church and castle.

La terraza es el mayor atractivo de la casa, con vistas al casco antiguo.

The property has been decorated with artefacts and photos from the owners travels.

A double bedroom with Juliette balcony.
The open-plan living area with kitchenette.

It is conveniently located on a cobbled street yet is only a couple of minutes walk down to the main pedestrian street, boutique shops and gourmet food market.

The kitchen.

Califa Casas, Vejer’s prime source for quality well managed holiday homes

Las Casas del Califa are homes with a touch of chic, tasteful decoration and staff on hand to manage your stay. Our houses all have unique features, traditional architecture, history & Wi-Fi.

Califa Casas are homes with a touch of chic and a carefully selected décor, managed by members of staff who pay attention to the finest of details.

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