Welcome to Cortijo Penny Maria in the heart of Andalucia.
A place to unwind and forget your cares, a place to find yourself again, lazy days by the pool, chat, drink some wine, walk the mountains, cycle the area, soak up the sun and enjoy the clear country air.
1 bed apartment with option to sleep up to 4 people. 2 x Singles or a King Size Bed option, also with sofa bed in lounge diner with kitchenette and 2 bathrooms. Private use of pool area, sun loungers, & chillout area
Beautiful pool area with stunning views up and down the valley
THINGS TO DO
The ruins of a Moorish castle sit near the highest point. Being built midway between the Sierra de Priego and Sierra Parapanda, and commanding the open valley between these ranges, it became one of the chief frontier fortresses of the Moors in the 15th century. Also on the National Geographic hit list as well as great for Instagram
Granada is a city in southern Spain's Andalusia region, in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada mountains. It's known for grand examples of medieval architecture dating to the Moorish occupation, especially the Alhambra. This sprawling hilltop fortress complex encompasses royal palaces, serene patios, and reflecting pools from the Nasrid dynasty, as well as the fountains and orchards of the Generalife gardens.
Alcala la Real
The fortress of La Mota, also known as the castle of Alcalá la Real, is a defensive enclosure, located on the hill of La Mota, at 1029 m., in the city of Alcalá la Real, in the province of Jaén, autonomous community of Andalusia, Spain, dating from the Nasrid period (13th and 14th centuries)
Sierra Nevada is a mountain range in the Andalusian province of Granada in Spain. It contains the highest point of continental Spain: Mulhacén, at 3,479 metres above sea level. It provides perfect skiing for up to 6 months on good years and fantastic walks and cycling
It was an important Roman city and a major Islamic center in the Middle Ages. It’s best known for La Mezquita, an immense mosque dating from 784 A.D., featuring a columned prayer hall and older Byzantine mosaics. After it became a Catholic church in 1236, a Renaissance-style nave was added in the 17th century
Malaga is best known for its most famous son – artist and sculpturist Pablo Picasso. Art lovers can spend hours inside interesting museums and galleries, while those looking to rekindle a passion for natural landscapes will find a contrast of gardens and rocky canyons to delve into, not to mention great shopping and stunning local beaches
"Lazy days by the pool and bird song, that was all I needed to unwind."
"Beautiful surroundings and lovely views"