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  • Holiday cottage Full to let
  • Sleeps: 2-20
  • Registration No.: CR/HU/00286

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

* La Chatarré I (sleeps 10): 2 twin rooms, 3 double rooms, lounge, reading room, kitchen, 2 bathrooms and a large terrace complete with a pergola, a sitting area and eating area with views of the valley and wheelchair accessible.

* La Chatarré V (sleeps 6) a twin room, a room containing 2 double beds, lounge, dining room, kitchen, bathroom and outside eating area.

* La Chatarré VI (sleeps 2) a double room, lounge, kitchen, bathroom and outside eating area.

Depending on your needs we can provide up to 2 extra beds.

Interior features: all houses are equipped with everything needed to enjoy a relaxing break.

Exterior features: garden, barbeque area, orchid, terrace, swimming pool, garden furniture and parking. Valley viewpoint terrace, a hall for celebrations or other events (valid as a meeting room) with wireless internet, fireplace, bar, stereo, etc.. We also have a recreational room and garden areas as well as natural reading areas where only the charming bird singing disturbs the silence.

Location: near the beach and mountains, easily accessible, isolated, outside the village, signposted.

Services: pets allowed, bicycles available, kayak available to practice at nearby lagoons, information about the area.

Description Summary:
Pet friendly Disabled access On the outskirts
Deep in the countryside Near the beach Patio
Dining room Near a river Library
Gym Cot Sports facilities
TV Heating Swimming pool
Garden Garden furniture BBQ
Terrace Fireplace Parking space
Multipurpose room Playground  

Environment & Activities Finca La Chatarré


Visit Costa de la Luz and discover the province of Huelva to unveil all of its great unknowns.

Costa de la Luz extends through the provinces of Huelva and Cadiz, from the mouth of the Guadiana River which separates Portugal and Spain to Tarifa, an enchanting historical town facing the Straits of Gibraltar.

One of Huelva’s attractions is that it offers sandy beaches in an area made up of dunes, pine forests and coastal protected reserves. There are various options to enjoy the inland villages and beaches; the area even has a 25 km stretch of beach that is accessible only by foot. The beaches of the Costa de la Luz are within walking distance of our accommodation and are among the best in Europe. If you are looking for lively resorts, untouched landscapes of great natural beauty and peaceful accommodation look no further than the province of Huelva.

Or, if you prefer a more rural setting, you may opt for one of our charming country houses on the ‘La Chatarré’ country estate in Calañas, Huelva, Andalusia where you will enjoy the tranquillity and an unforgettable stay.

More about ‘La Chatarré’:
‘La Chatarré’ country estate, in the district of Calañas, in the province of Huelva, is located in the geographic centre of the province, with several lakes and ponds very close for those who love fishing or kayaking. There are also biking or hiking routes since we’re at the top of the breathtaking ‘Valle Granjero’ valley where the waters of the River Odiel run to the marshes with its famous hiking trail ‘los Molinos de Odiel’.

We have spaces for pets, a lovely pool and a porch with great views of the Aracena Sierra to the north and the ‘Valle Granjero’ Valley to the south. Also, there is a very large picnic area, with several barbecues (with free firewood) as well as an archery range, and donkeys and horses (available from a third party) to ride.

Given its central location, ‘La Chatarré is very close to many places:

Distances: - beaches: between 35 and 45 minutes away.
• The Aracena Sierra: between 35 and 45 minutes away.
• Seville: 65 minutes away.
• Huelva city centre: 35 minutes away.
• Portugal: 35 minutes away.


Activities: kayaking, bike riding, archery, swimming, fishing, hunting* and hiking*.

* For hunting enthusiasts there is a private intensive hunting preserve owned by a third party. It boasts a 250 hectare estate for the enjoyment and practice of the sport in several ways.

* Walking enthusiasts can practice here, as we are located on a magnificent route well known in the province as ‘los Molinos de Odiel’. The route runs along the river bank, and some mills can be seen in the area that predate the Christian era. From the start of this route at the 'La Chatarré' country estate to the shrine of the patron saint of Calañas, Our Lady Crowned, is more or less a time of 4-5 hours

Activities Summary:
Bike riding Horse trails Hiking
Relax activities Playground Water sports
Tennis Fishing Mountaineering

Owner's Comments Finca La Chatarré

The location of the country houses is the geographic centre of the province of Huelva, in a valley full of wildlife: deer, wild boars, foxes, etc... And typical local vegetation: oak, cork oak, thickets, pine, eucalyptus, etc...

Places of Interest

Mining Museum - Caves of Wonders - Visits to Christopher Columbus’ ships – El Rocío - Boat trips from the mouth of the Guadiana River - Beaches - The Portuguese Algarve, etc... .

The beaches along the Costa de la Luz are usually sheltered with estuaries, forests and somewhere the bather can swim safely, protected from sea winds. During the summer some of the beaches can be full of people but by travelling only a short distance around the coast you can certainly find a quiet corner to enjoy as it is possible to find quiet spots even during the summer.

There are also natural parks in the area that can be visited from ‘La Chatarré’, so you can do some rural and cultural tourism.

The map of the province of Huelva shows the natural setting of River Marshes and Marshes of Isla Cristina as well as the famous Doñana National Park, Aracena National Park and the peaks of Aroche, as well as the Andevalo coalfields and the mines of Rio Tinto. Places that, up to even within the estate, invite you to relax and spend hours enjoying the scenery,

On the other hand, if you are fond of water sports you can spend your time surfing, windsurfing or kayaking.


Restaurants and cuisine are also important in Huelva, you only have to think of local cured ham from Jabugo or prawns freshly fished in Huelva and your mouth will be watering.

(*) Distances in straight line