Large hunting estate, coto de caza,, Casarabonela

Large Hunting estate, Coto de Caza, authorized by Junta de Andalucia, 510 hectares, in Casarabonela, Malaga, Andalusia. Most of the hunting is for wild boars. There are 3 main buildings to reform and other minor buildings, all registered in the title deed, there is an abundance of water, own high voltage electricity and transformer, the land is split into sections, 200 hectares of arable land, with wheat, cereals and beans. 10 hectares of olives. At the moment rented, with Livestock, sheep, short term, and 200 hectares of divers usage. All the land can be used for hunting wild boar etc which is authorised and legalised by the ministry of the environment of the Junta de Andalucia.

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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.

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The night of December 12th, the town of Casarabonela (Andalusia) gets full of light due to the burning of rondeles. If you want to experience a real Andalusian tradition, you must go to enjoy this party. It is one of the reasons why many foreigners have bought their own villa in Casarabonela, if you visit the village, their customs and its surroundings, you wont want to leave.