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Information about Jaen

Every day we have clients who want to fulfil the dream of having a finca with a productive olive grove , a hunting estate or a beautiful cortijo . One of the unknown areas for these purposes is Jaen. The province of Jaen is also known as “The Capital of olive oil”. Its location inland, between the coastal area and Madrid, provides the perfect climate to cultivate olives.

Information about Genalguacil, Andalusia

In the middle of the Ronda mountains, in the Genal Valley, you will find Genalguacil. Genalguacil a small village of barely 600 inhabitants where art, culture and nature merge to reach its maximum splendor. This beautiful village is located in the heart of the Genal Valley.

Information about Montefrio Granada

Montefrio is a beautiful white village, located in the rolling hills of the province Granada, Andalusia. Recently it was considered by National Geographic as one of the ten villages with the best views in the world. It is indeed a beautiful place and an ideal spot to buy a finca, farm or cottage to enjoy the beauty and the quality of life offered here.

Information about Casarabonela

With the historical role as a source of wine export for the Roman Empire, Casarabonela lies between the shadows of the Sierra de las Nieves in the inland grounds of Andalusia. Embedded in lands of fruitful olive farms, orange trees, almond trees, and avocados, Casarabonela is an authentic village only 30min away from Málaga and its airport.

Information about Antequera

Antequera is a medium sized prosperous town located approximately 35 km. north of Málaga. It is a town rich in history and surrounded by stunning nature. Living here mean enjoying rustic Andalucía combined with the proximity of a vivid city and at easy reach of Málaga city with its culture, the beaches and the airport.

Information about Álora

At a 40 minute drive from the airport of Málaga you will find the authentic Andalusian village of Álora. The village is nestled in between the rocks and topped by the ruins of a Moorish castle. Álora’s history goes way back. It was founded 79 BC by the Phoenicians, later on inhabited by the Romans and the Moors and eventually in 1484 reconquered by the Christians.