This rustic country manor, which exhibits one of the most important facades of rural Andalusian architecture, has always been an important property in the little white washed village in Cadiz. And was once a border frontier and a place of constant battles between Moors and Christians.
The main water source comes from its natural spring, and its old olive mill remains conserved as well as its orchard, gardens, palm trees, olive grove, and its magnificent and legendary Ombu tree. The property is surrounded by 5 hectares of gardens with olive, orange, lemon, fig, walnut, almond and prune trees, as well as splendid pools to cool off in. These luscious green natural gardens and flower lined pathways make a stunning setting for a wedding.
The Country estate offers ten unique on-suite bedrooms exclusive to wedding parties and has numerous rooms to lose yourself in, including a library, Several living rooms, dining rooms, long corridors, a banquet hall, an olive mill museum and not to mention the vast green gardens splashed with pink flowers of every shade.