This privately-owned estate is in a superb geographical location on the Cordoban foothills of the Sierra Morena mountain range and is situated between the towns of Almodóvar del Río and Posadas. It is flanked by the Breña reservoir and the evocative Andalusian Mediterranean forest.
This magnificent estate is one of the most emblematic places in Andalucía. It has more than 12,000 hectares of land and a beautiful country house surrounded by a diverse nature and the typical olive groves with which fruit the estate manufactures its own olive oil. Another one of its attractions is the local wildlife made of deer, roebucks and boars.
Andalusian cuisine, olive oil and tapas are the main highlights. Notable dishes include gazpacho, flamenquín, gambas al ajillo or fried fish (often called pescaíto frito in the local vernacular), the jamones of Jabugo and the wines of Jerez, particularly sherry. Andalucía produces 80% of the olive oil in the whole world, and their olives have won multiple awards for their top quality.