Nestled in the privacy of 14 hectares of beautiful gardens with an abundance of fruit trees and a horse pasture, Villa Huerta El Noque is a lovely, spacious and fully equipped cortijo or rural farmhouse, splendidly restored with all of its original character intact.
A little piece of paradise
A little piece of paradise tucked away in the Andalusian hills. A place to enjoy the peace and quiet of southern Spain and a home base for adventures beyond. A luxury villa built with love and designed for hospitality. The villa can accommodate up to 12 people. Follow the footsteps of Ernest Hemingway and Orson Welles and marvel at the beauty of this region.
The andalusian cuisineDuring your stay, an enthusiastic staff is at your service. A chef will gladly give you a day of cooking lessons so that later you can enjoy Andalusia's unique cuisine at home or perhaps you might prefer a lovely ride on one of the farm's horses.
Native flora and faunaLa Huerta el Noque is near the Sierra de Grazalema, a national park famous for its ravines. The many hidden caves are home to flora and fauna native to the region.
The story of the cityIn Ronda, one narrow street winds over one of the historic bridges to another on the opposite side of the river. One of many reasons to visit this charming city is the unique bridges, which tell the story of the city.
- Wi-Fi (free)
- Bathroom en suite
- Walk in shower
- DVD player
- Open fireplace
Andalusia is famous for its white-washed villages, the Pueblos Blancos. The Moors ruled large areas of Spain between the 8th and 15th century. When the Spaniards demanded their land back in the 13th century and began their reconquista or reconquest, many Moorish farmers fled into the mountains and built white houses with thick walls, small windows and round chimneys that can still be admired today.
Sherry from the Palomino grape
Jerez de la Frontera is famous for its sherry, horses and flamenco. Jerez is a remarkable city that brings together the opulence of aristocratic palaces and the typical Andalusian houses. Thanks to Jerez de la Frontera's unique geographical location near the Atlantic Ocean, the local calciferous soil, the Palomino grape, and the careful ripening of the grape, this region is where the world's most famous sherry is produced.
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