We offer you a typical Andalucian three story village house nestled in the town of Alcaudete amongs miles of olive groves. The house is airy and spacious with a private and sunny outside patio and BBQ area, ideal for eating alfresco or simply relaxing after a busy day of sight seeing in this beautiful area. The house has recently been refurbished to a high standard. There are regular coaches that can take you to Granada, Cordoba, Seville, Baena, Via Verde and neighbouring cities.
If you are looking for the true Spanish experience then why not stay in our traditional house. We are situated between the cities of Cordoba and Granada, where you can get a regular coach from the local bus station cheap , which takes around 1 hour to Granada. We have lots of churches, a park ,many decent bars and good restaurants in the town, serving traditional Spanish tapas with every drink you order. We have recently refurbished the house to a high standard, ensuring you have a clean and comfortable stay. With 5 bedrooms and 3 bathrooms, we can accomodate up to 10 people. Beautiful views from the top floor, looking onto the miles of olive groves. We have a sunny patio area where you can relax with an outdoor BBQ.
Zugang für Gäste
You will have full access to the house.
Interaktion mit Gästen
We live a few doors down so will be fully available if you have any problems, we will leave you to enjoy your time.
Weitere wichtige Infos
-SEVILLE - is the capital of Andalucia. Stated to be one of the largest historical centres in Europe and the home of flamenco.
A large city with stunning architecture, some of which shows Arab influence in its design. And many of its buildings purportedly funded though the galleons full of the gold of the Americas. From tapas bars, markets,and family run eateries, Seville has an incredible range of excellent food. You can actually take a food tour .....see Devour Seville Food Tours.
Famous for the ( Spanish Mezquita-cathedral de Córdoba )The Mosque Cathedral of Córdoba , said to be the most beautiful in the world. A big tourist attraction and UNESCO world heritage site. Also worth seeing are The Patios De Córdoba , stunning in May but can be seen any time and the famous , if very narrow, Calleja de la Flores , a very narrow street with many pots of flowers adorning its walls.
Granada is in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains in Andalucia where you can do day treks (bring your walking boots!) . The Alhambra, it's most visited moorish citadel and palace is one of the main attractions but The Cathedral and Museum are also a must see. And if you visit the Sacramento area you can see flamenco shows of dancing and music, performed at its best by gypsy men and women.
THE CASTLES AND BATTLES ROUTE
Andalucia has the largest number of castles in Europe . A journey of 200 km which starts in Córdoba and ends at the Alhambra Palace. Most of the monuments are within Jaen province and some are still standing, including Castillo de Alcaudete , but many are in ruins. Castles raised in strategic places to act as symbols of power and resistance and Castillo de Alcaudete is reportedly one of the best restored Castles on the route
Is a small whitewashed village with under 1,000 inhabitants. With its moorish Castle, local history museum and bat cave it's worthy of a visit.
62 km southeast of Córdoba is a town of whitewashed houses, many monuments and some fine eateries. The Sierras Subbatical Natural Park is to the South.
Accessible through the old Alcaudete station and it a level walk with stunning scenery wetlands Roman bridge and Roman road. Frequently used by cyclists.
Priego de Córdoba A lovely small town with some hidden gems . It has a castle, local museum and gallery, beautiful churches and a Neptunes fountain.
Best known for having many of the best examples of Italian Renaissance architecture in Spain. Another UNESCO world heritage site. The main sites are The Cathedral , Romanesque church of Santa Cruz, Palacio de Jabalquinto and the Ubeda Gate. The central place is called the Egg (El Huevo) The nature park is described as a hidden gem which is good for walking and hiking. You definitely need your walking shoes for this one. It's also worth stopping at some of the smaller towns and Arabic villages in the area. Probably best visited in the autumn months if you want to walk.
Malaga - Alcaudete approx 4hr journey taking you through many towns and villages. Cost is 15-20 euros. There is only one straight through bus each day at approx 3.30 but best to check site for current schedules.
Malaga - Granada approx 1hr 30 mins journey stopping at towns and villages. Cost 7-9euros. From here you then get another bus to Alcaudete and purchase tickets from a machine or at the ticket booth which is staffed. It's approx 14 euros. This is also a stopping bus at the towns and villages.
Driving from Malaga Airport is approx 1hr 45 .
Driving from Granada Airport is 1hr.
- No cats, we allow 2 small dogs only.
- No smoking within the house
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