I'm slightly biased as I have been to the complex before - 4 times! Villa Sabrina was in excellent order with everything needed for a much needed rest.
You do need a car, but everywhere is only 5 - 15 minutes away, and getting around is really easy. A five minute walk to the estate entrance provides 3 bars, which also do food, and 5 restraurants. Also there are two other typical spanish restaurants a short walk down the main road, so if you don't want to cook and don't want to drive out for a meal - you don't have too! They all have all weather facilities, so it doesn't matter what time of year you go. The local Sunday market at the far end of the estate is highly recommended. I like the 'Beer Garden' who provide the credit breakfast for only 2.50 Euros, though there are many other eateries too. Buying Sunday lunch to take home is great too, with chicken and potatoe from 4 - 6.50 Euros, potatas bravas, ribs, paella etc. And one can't forget to mention the Bodega... more