Landscaped grounds, swimming pool, solarium – terrace, lounges with areas for relaxation, a dining room with decorative fireplace, bar, library, arbor, children’s play area and private car park.
The Estate’s privileged location, just a short distance from several towns offering attractions of major interest to tourists, makes this the ideal base for guests looking for leisure and enjoyment options. Well worth exploring is the culinary offer available around the Estate, as well as the La Solana Mountains.
The traditional cuisine of La Mancha, universalised by Cervantes in Don Quixote, is both abundant and delicious. Highlights include the region’s wines and cheeses, although the La Solana Mountains are also renowned for their superb oil and vegetables. When discovering the gastronomy of this region, make sure you sample mouth-watering dishes such as pisto manchego (ratatouille), la caldereta de cordero (lamb stew), ajo pastoral (mutton casserole) las gachas (thick soup), migas gañanas (breadcrumbs with garlic), and those with a sweet tooth should give in to temptation and try traditional desserts such as flores, rosca Utrera, buñuelos and barquillos.