Finca La Ramallosa


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Finca La Ramallosa


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  Finca La Ramallosa is pet friendly (ask the owner).  

Located in the remote Sierra de Gata and far away from the world, La Ramallosa consists of nearly a 130hectare country estate available to our customers, where they can walk and enjoy olive groves, pastures and oak trees with its ponds or ancient holm oaks and thickets forests - a natural paradise. Visitors are surprised by the variety of birds on the farm such as black vultures or eagles and hawks, herons, ducks, nightingales, and all kinds of wildlife typical of the Mediterranean forest. Also, enjoy memorable picnics on the river or surprising routes on horses or quads.

La Ramallosa is a collection of beautiful centennial stone buildings, a small village including the oven where bread was baked, the threshing floor for wheat. A magical place where families once lived and worked their lord's land. Five small villages carefully and stylishly restored, allowing our guests to enjoy the wonderful experience of living as people used to live at that time.

• Los Alcornoques: is the smallest farmhouse but perhaps the most romantic, has a double room with adjoining lounge, living room with fireplace and bathroom.

• Las Encinas: is one of the middle-sized farmhouse, has two double bedrooms, one bedroom with king-size bed and another room with two beds, a living room with fireplace and bathroom.

• Los Olivos: is one of the small farmhouses, has two double bedrooms, one bedroom with double bed and another room with two beds, a living room with fireplace and bathroom. A two-storey, and also very romantic for couples.

• Los Robles: is one of the larger farmhouses, has two double bedrooms, one bedroom with king-size bed and another room with two beds (two bedrooms with fireplaces), a large living room with fireplace and bathroom.

• Las Jaras: is another large farmhouse, has two double bedrooms, one bedroom with king-size bed and another room with two beds (two bedrooms with fireplaces), a large living room with fireplace and bathroom

Pool is available to our customers during summer.

Traditional local recipes, adapted and styled by Rebecca, co-owner and chef. Traditional breakfast (typical crumbs, candy and homemade jams etc.), special lunches and dinners on request. Tasting menus, roast lamb, vegetarian meals, picnics etc.

Private parking area, swimming pool, lounge, restaurant, fireplaces in all farmhouses, porches, gardens, orchards, walks on the farm, riding lessons and horse riding routes, hiking, mountain biking. Around the farm, you can explore Roman and Celtic ruins, and historic villages and routes, natural pools, national parks and reserves, fishing, hunting, bird watching, astronomy etc.

Description Summary:
Pet friendly Lunches-Dinners Cot
Deep in the countryside Stereo Patio
Shop Dining room Near a river
Hairdryer Minibar Library
Breakfast Courses - Workshops Multipurpose room
Heating Internet Swimming pool
Garden Garden furniture BBQ
Terrace Fireplace Snack bar
Restaurant Parking space Animal farm

Environment & Activities Finca La Ramallosa

Location:

Enjoy nature in the wild, time travel to the past century in a restored farmhouse in a small village, and come to the stars in one of the clearest skies in Europe. And do it in the company of your partner, enjoying a bucolic and romantic atmosphere, or with friends and children, spending a few days in the countryside and enjoying nature.

There are dozens of ancient farmhouse in ruins around the farm that will allow you to learn more about what life was like in the countryside until mid-century.

Near the country estate, you can admire the remains of Roman fortresses and castles, Celtic ruins, stately towns featuring 12th century buildings, parks, lakes, historic towns and a unique natural landscape.

Activities Summary:
Bike riding Multisports Quads
Horse trails Hiking Board games
Horse riding Bird watching 4x4 Routes
Hunting Fishing Mountaineering


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