Between the mountains and the beach
Órgiva, Alpujarra Granada
+34 655 093 860
Casa de vacaciones
Enjoy your holidays in La Alpujarra, Granada
Our holiday house is situated in a sunny and green environment with swimming pool. We are close to the village of Órgiva , which boasts a subtropical climate.
Casa Champasak offers you two large rooms : a four persons bedroom with en suite bathroom and a double bedroom with private bathroom. Two living rooms and a fully equipped kitchen complete the interior part. Outside you can relax in a very nice garden with terrace and private swimming pool.
Casa Champasak consists of two floors. Each floor has its own garden and its own entrance (only the parking lot is to be shared). Our guests stay at the ground floor and dispose of a more than 100m² living area. We live upstairs.
You will find us at only 2 kms from Órgiva and 7 kms from the spa village of Lanjarón, situated in a valley on the south side of Sierra Nevada.
Celia & Jeroen , your hosts
Low season :
- 29/09/19 – 19/12/19
- 05/01/20 – 02/04/20
- 20/04/20 – 28/05/20
- 28/09/20 – 23/12/20
1 to 5 people
- 2 Nights – 160€
- 1 Week – 500€
- 2 Weeks – 1.000€
Price per night 80€
Mid season :
- 01/09/19 – 28/09/19
- 03/04/20 – 19/04/20
- 29/05/20 – 25/06/20
- 31/08/20 – 27/09/20
1 to 5 people
- 2 Nights – 190€
- 1 Week – 600€
- 2 Weeks 1.200€
Price per night 95€
High season :
- 28/06/19 – 31/08/19
- 20/12/19 – 04/01/20
- 26/06/20 – 30/08/20
- 24/12/20 – 06/01/21
1 to 5 people
- 2 Nights – 220€
- 1 Week – 700€
- 2 Weeks – 1.400€
Price per night 110€
* Ask for prices if you want to stay another amount of nights. * If you want to stay with 6 persons we charge an extra €10 per night.
* During weekends in low season the price is €90 per night. * Minimum stay 2 nights.
* According to standing legislation it is not allowed to smoke inside the house. * Pets are not allowed
There is free Wifi available in the house… of course you are free to not use it if you really want to disconnect.
Parking space in front of the house with room for three cars.
Mainly citrus fruit trees and olive trees and a wide variety of flowers, especially in spring time, make from our garden the perfect spot to enjoy nature.
Patio under olive tree
Comfy garden patio with great mountain views. It has a nice corner to eat outside in the shade of an olive tree.
We speak English, Spanish, French, Dutch and a bit of German and Portuguese.
Private salted swimming pool (less than 10% of salt compared with sea water and no chemicals). Open from half of April until September, depending on the weather. Dimensions 10 x 5 m.
Fully equipped kitchen
Oven, gas hob (4 rings), microwave, coffee machine, kettle, orange squeezer, bread toaster, mixer etc.
Two living rooms
One with TV, DVD, HIFI. The other one with board games and perfect daylight to read.
Variety of games and board games to have a good time with family and friends. Kubb, petanque, Jungle Speed, Uno, Twister, Mikado, etc.
Towels and sheets included.
Wood-burning stove in the large living room and radiators in the bedrooms.
Check-in & Check-out
* Arrival time is from 2 pm until midnight.
* Concerning the departure: we request to leave the rooms at 11 am at the latest.
We have this schedule to be able to clean and prepare the house.
Booking policy and cancellation
We request to transfer 20% of the total amount of the rent if you decide to book. The remaining amount will be paid cash or will be transferred at the beginning of your stay.
In case of cancelling a reservation the 20% will be reimbursed when you inform us at least one month before arrival.
Alpujarra, Granada and surroundings
What to do
Pleasant village and centre of the Alpujarras in Granada province. A wide range of restaurants and bars where you can taste local cuisine. These are some of our regional products: jamón serrano, black pudding, olives, olive oil, goat cheese, oranges and even avocados, custard apples, papaya and kaki, growing excellently here due to the subtropical micro climate.
Most of the region’s services are to be found in Órgiva and there are supermarkets, bakeries, a butcher shop, a fish shop, fruit and veg shops, drug stores and a hospital. There is a market every Thursday morning.
A lot of hiking, cycling and mountain biking tracks start in Órgiva. Horse-riding, rock climbing or rafting on the Guadalfeo river are other possible activities.
It’s the gateway of the Alpujarra region and renowned for its springs and spa in Neomudéjar style. Thousand of people come to the Water festival in the night of June 21st each year. Other sights really worth a visit are the Park, the ruins of the Arab castle and the picturesque main street. and music festival Lanjarock in August. Market on Friday.
In summer time the village is filled with activities such as the Medieval market, outdoor cinema in the park, music festival Lanjarock etc. Friday is market day.
From Lanjarón start various spectacular and amazing hiking and MTB routes such as Sendero de Tello, el Sendero Cerecillo- Mezquerina. In April the village organises a MTB race and in September a Gran Fondo cycling race, the Alpujarra Magna.
Pampaneira, Bubión y Capileira
Three picturesque white villages in the Poqueira gorge. These beautiful villages are the most visited ones of the Alpujarra region.
Cabo de Gata-Níjar
National park in desert area and of volcanic origin. Very beautiful beaches and crystal clear water. A pleasure to dive or snorkel. Plenty of hiking and mountain biking trails along the coast.
Spectacular rocky landscapes filled with natural pools. Great spot for hiking and canyoning.
Parque natural de Sierra Nevada
Possessing 86,208 hectares, it is Spain’s largest national park. It is the highest mountain range of the Iberian Peninsula and only the Alps are higher in all of Western Europe. The Mulhacén (3,482 m) is the Sierra Nevada’s highest mountain.
Activities amongst others are: hiking, cycling, mountain biking, rock climbing, skiing, cross-country skiing and horse-riding.Con sus 86.208 hectáreas es el mayor parque natural de España, es el macizo montañoso de más altitud de la Península Ibérica, y el segundo más alto de toda Europa occidental tras los Alpes. Su máxima altitud se alcanza en el pico Mulhacén, de 3.482 msnm. From Capileira and Trevélez you can start climbing to the top of Mulhacén and Veleta, the second highest peak.
Welcoming mountain villages offering lots of outdoor activities such as Monachil and Güejar Sierra, are definitely worth a stop.
Granada and the Alhambra
You simply can’t get used to Granada‘s beauty. It’s one of Spain’s most visited cities and its Alhambra is definitely one of Europe’s most important and most visited monuments. Together with the Generalife gardens and the neighbourhood of Albaicín. Other neighbourhoods you shouldn’t miss are the centre with the Cathedral, el Realejo and Sacromonte.
Puerto de la Ragua
A less visited spot of Sierra Nevada. Access to a large amount of outdoor sports in the mountains.
Valle de Lecrín
Very picturesque valley filled with orange trees. Nice road trip around the lake and passing villages such as Pinos del Valle and Melegís.
Sun and Sea
Salobreña, La Herradura, Almuñécar and Nerja boast some of the most wonderful beaches of Granada and Málaga provinces. On top of that, Nerja has some impressive caves to explore and the Balcony of Europe, situated at a cliff over the Mediterranean Sea.
Who are we
Celia & Jeroen
We are Celia and Jeroen, we are a couple and natural born travellers. We like to take our time and take it easy when travelling so we can get to know well the countries and cultures we visit. In Champasak we would like to reflect this kind of travelling into a stressless way of life which gives us the time to enjoy the little things in life.
With Champasak we aim to create a place where we would like to stay when travelling. A warm and pleasant place where guests feel right at home and are helped with a smile.
After many years of wandering around, Celia returns to her homeground Granada. Without a doubt an advantage for our guests, because she knows the region like the back of her hand.
Jeroen is Belgian with Andalusian soul, fond of salmorejo and step by step catching the typical southern accent. He is multilingual and feels at ease fastly in a new environment.
Oh yeah, we almost forgot: we met each other for the first time travelling, in a godforsaken village in the south of Laos on the banks of the Mekong. This small paradise in the middle of nowhere is called Champasak.
Our guests giving their opinion
Enjoy the south from our home
We’ll see you in the Alpujarra!
A unique place surrounded by mountains, halfway between the Tropical Coast and the City of Granada and its Alhambra.