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Rural Properties In Andalucia
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Andalusia - quaint villages with cobbled streets and white-washed houses clinging to the hillsides, meandering mountain streams with waterfalls cascading into crystal clear pools, verdant forests where wild flowers grow in abundance and warm friendly people who proudly celebrate their traditions and culture. This is just some of what Andalusia has to offer.

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The Provinces of Andalusia consist of:

Jaen has vast olive groves, magnificent mountain scenery, National Parks & historic cities such as UNESCO World Heritage Sites of Baza & Ubeda.

Cadiz has some of Andalusia's most windswept, beautiful beaches, prettiest white villages and the Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park.

Huelva is the most least visited province and borders Portugal and Extremadura, as well as the Atlantic Ocean. It has many unique places to visit such as the Parque Nacional de Donana and the wild and majestic Sierra de Aracena y Picos Natural Park.

Cordoba, The province of Cordoba is divided into two parts by the River Guadalquivir which runs through the province from east to west. The north is the Sierra Morena mountain range plentiful to game and in the south scattered delightful villages and small, lively towns. Cordoba is a unique city where Roman, Arabic and Christian cultures exist side by side. As you wander through the narrow streets you can peep into shady patios where dozens of potted plants and the most colorful, scented flowers will engulf you with their sweet aroma.

Seville The province of Seville has many historical towns with beautiful buildings, gorgeous countryside, and large haciendas where the famous fighting bulls are bred. Seville is the swarthy capital of Andalusia and the essence of Spain. It has a distilled mixture of those quintessential ingredients, fiery dance, bull fighting, siestas and fiestas, traditional tapas and orange blossom on every street.

Granada Province is characterized by extreme variables in landscape and climate, so much so that it's possible to ski in the mountains and go diving in the sea in one day. The magnificent Alhambra Palace, the cave houses of Guadiz and the villages of Las Alpujarras are just some of the places to visit.

Malaga Apart from the beaches of the Costa del Sol Malaga Province has a great deal to offer. The Axarquia region with small towns full of history and tales of bandits in the mountains. The Serrania de Ronda and the beautiful historic town of Ronda and of course Malaga city itself.

Almeria, in the far southwestern corner of the Iberian peninsula is the sunniest province. Much of the province is comprised of semi-arid desert-like landscape. The beautiful Cabo de Gata- Níjar Natural Park is one of Andalucia's most outstanding wildlife areas and has some beautiful deserted beaches. Inland Almeria are the Wild West towns of Mini-Hollywood in the desert.

Exploring Extremadura is a journey into the heart of old Spain, from the country’s finest Roman ruins to mysterious medieval cities and time-worn villages. Mérida, Cáceres and Trujillo rank among Spain's most beautifully preserved historical settlements. This is a region of broad blue skies and vast swathes of sparsely populated land with isolated farmhouses and crumbling hilltop castles. Wooded sierras rise alaong the northern, eastern and southern fringes, while the raptor-rich Parque Nacional de Mon fragüe is arguably Extremadura's most dramatic corner.
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Discover a selection of beautiful country property from our wide portfolio of real estate in Andalusia and let us catch your DREAM.

We also have an excellent range of traditional cortijos, farmhouses, fincas, and villas. Our unusual section has cave houses, olive mills, flour mills & watermills, historic property and some imposing residences.

If you do not find what you are looking ask us, we probably have it, or we will pleased to find your ideal property for you.

Featured Properties

AU204 Casa Blanca Almeria
Casa Blanca is a grand residential home incorporating a yoga studio & holistic treatment room. Located near the small village of Arboleas, in the beautiful province of Almeria. Casa Blanca is a traditional Andalusian country house built over 150 years ago and lovingly restored by its owners. The Yoga Studio has a unique, calming and spiritual ambiance and relaxing on the terrace overlooking the lemon and olive groves is a very peaceful experience.

JRT160 Los Huertos de SeguraJaen
REDUCED A fully up and running rural business accommodation and owner's home. Los Huertos de Segura was newly finished in 2000 and is registered as Apartmentos Turisticos Rurales with lodging for 18 persons. The owner’s magnificent accommodation is on the top level of three independent levels with independent accesses. The rental accommodation is comprised of four studios and two apartments all fully equipped with bathroom, kitchenette, refrigerator and central heating, TV, open fireplace and terrace or balcony. The decoration is aimed to create a cozy atmosphere for a pleasant relaxing stay.

MART171 Cortijo Las FloresMalaga
MASSIVE PRICE REDUCTION A BRILLIANT PRICE FOR THREE HOUSES Cortijo las Flores has a total of fourteen bedrooms in the three houses and is situated only five minutes from the motorway and 10 minutes from the town of Villanueva del Rosario. This is an ideal property for rural tourism/equestrian project set in 7,500 m2 of totally flat land with riding straight from the land to the countryside. The three houses are in excellent condition and are perfectly maintained throughout. The land has fruit trees along with olive & almond trees, ample areas for patios, parking etc. Please read on for the full description of this beautiful property.

SRT172 Cortijo El CampilloSeville
Cortijo El Campillo is a licensed beautiful 18th century cortijo set in five acres of orange groves and mature gardens. The cortijo has a total of eleven bedrooms, six with en-suite facilities, two family shower rooms, extra WCs, beautiful farmhouse kitchen, large sitting room, spacious dining room and games room. The lovely gardens have panoramic views of the Lora countryside and protected natural park. The large swimming pool is fenced and fully tiled and the outdoor kitchen has dining facilities and BBQ. There is also potential to extend the accommodation further with a section of the cortijo ready for reform. Situated just 25 minutes from Seville and 85 km from the city of Cordoba.

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