Andalucia is one of Europe’s most impressive areas of unspoilt and
This southernmost part of Spain has 23 nature parks (similar to the
UK’s National Parks), the largest of these is Los Alcornocales (the
world’s biggest area of natural cork oak forest).
It extends from the Straits of Gibraltar to the high mountains of the
Ronda Sierra and covers an area of 425,000 acres of wild country which
is mainly mountainous and boasts views of the Southern Atlantic and
Your holiday accommodation is situated 2 km above the White Village of
Jimena de la Frontera and 40 km from Gibraltar and the Costa del Sol
on the Mediterranean.
Activities and recreation are plentyful in this area of Andalucia, Spain.
Excellent local restaurants for tapas and many Andalus specialities.
Unspoilt Atlantic beaches, windsurfing, riding, walking, scuba diving,
sailing, whale and dolphin watching.
Many places of interest: Ronda (the gorge and old town), Seville,
Cordoba (capital of the Moorish empire), Granada (the Alhambra), Jerez
(sherry bodegas and Spanish Riding School).
Spectacular bird migrations in spring and autumn
Flamenco, Fiestas and Ferias, start at Easter and continue into
summer. Jerez Feria in May has to be seen for the Andalus horses and
Abundant seafood: fresh lobsters, langoustines, fresh tuna, swordfish,
turbot, sole, sea anemones and clams.
A wide selection of fresh fruit (sub-tropical) and vegetables
throughout the year
Golf, some of the best courses in the world nearby, plus others more
and suitable for novices.
Jimena de la Frontera, Moorish frontier town, a stronghold against the
Christians topped by its imposing castle.