Bambú Holiday Studios, Andalucia. Exclusively for Lesbians!
Nestled amongst avocado, mango and bamboo groves … is Bambú … a Spanish boutique resort exclusively for lesbians.
Enjoy … breath-taking views; spectacular mountain and coastal scenery; complete seclusion, privacy and relaxation; extensive and attractively landscaped terraces; stunning pool; perfect location for exploring the coast, mountain villages and historic cities; quality self-catering accommodation; and the company of other travellers like you. A first class holiday choice for the discerning lesbian traveller.
Bambú lesbian apart-hotel has seven self-catering double and twin studios modelled from a typically Andalucian converted farmhouse. The studios share extensive terraces, plenty of quiet shady corners and a lovely pool. Bambú is the perfect setting for making new life-long friends from all over the world – but equally it is large enough for you to enjoy complete privacy. Indeed there are several separate outdoor ‘rooms’ and one of our suites has its own completely private and unusually large terrace – perfect for honeymooners! For a lesbian hotel in Spain, Bambu is the perfect choice.
Towels and bedlinen are of course provided. There is a full housekeeping service before and after your stay – but in between times you have the privacy and freedom to enjoy your self-catering suite as your ‘home away from home’.
A small welcome pack of drinks is provided for all guests upon arrival. Further provisions can be bought from the mini-markets of nearby village Benamocarra or from one of several large supermarkets in Velez-Malaga, just 10 minutes drive away. You may prefer to self-cater throughout your holiday or alternatively you can enjoy the many excellent restaurants in the nearby coastal towns and local villages.
Being self-catering means that guests are in control of their own budgets and eating out in local restaurants is very inexpensive. Many of our guests are surprised at how little they spend whilst on holiday at Bambú!
The studios are all on the ground floor, except for Maroma, which is accessed via an outside staircase. Maroma also has its own large private terrace, providing complete seclusion – and for this reason is the ideal romantic hideaway!
We also provide at Bambú a range of activities and diversions such as massages, yoga, Spanish classes, guided walks, day trips to historic cities and much more. All of these services are provided by women who live and work in the vicinity who enjoy coming to Bambú to help enhance your holiday experience. A local stables will take you on a trek of the local countryside or alternatively give lessons in riding skills for both inexperienced and experienced riders.
Bambú is also excellently positioned to explore this beautiful mountainous part of rural Andalucia, an area known as the Axarquia. Just 15 minutes to the nearest of several lovely and lively coastal towns, 10 minutes to the Moorish city of Velez-Malaga and amidst countryside which is home to many of the quaint white villages for which Andalucia is famed.
There are a wide choice of beaches nearby: the large sandy beaches of Torre del Mar and Rincon de la Victoria, the pretty coves of Nerja, the quiet undeveloped beaches of Benajarafe and Almayate and the lovely coves of El Palo to where the Malagueňos escape the city. Indeed elegant and attractive Malaga City, the birthplace of Picasso is approximately a half hour drive away. This truly is the real Spain, the real Andalucia, a fascinating cultural holiday destination, and a million miles from the tourist ghetto that is the Costa del Sol.
For guests who like to get out and about and do a bit of sightseeing, we do recommend you hire a car if you can. However if you prefer not to or don’t drive, we offer an airport pick-up service and public transport can be used for exploring the area. Indeed, especially in the summer, it is absolutely lovely spending one’s entire holiday at Bambú with just the occasional shopping trip or evening out in Benamocarra. Mountain bikes can also be hired for getting around. The cycle ride to the coast is fairly easy – the cycle ride inland somewhat more arduous!