The house has six large and airy bedrooms all with king size beds and en-suite facilities (power showers-no tubs), ideal for a large family or group of friends, however, depending upon your needs we can also rent it with just three bedrooms available.
There are two comfortable sitting rooms, with intimate corners where the family can keep a certain degree of privacy. The kitchen with views to the countryside is air conditioned and well supplied and the dining room is a beautiful area.

WiFi has been installed in the house, although it is not very fast, due to the countryside location.
There are two extra bathrooms, one upstairs for visitors and another downstairs by the kitchen, for service. The gardener who comes often during the Summer, has his own bathroom and shower in another part of the property.

Masses of ancient oak forests cover the sloping hills that surround this millenarian property, already inhabited in the Neolithic period and heavily colonized by Romans and Arabs. Spread among its 13 acres of country side, pomegranates, quinces, persimmons, plums, fig trees, and blackberries that guests can take, thrive among ornamental plants. There is a a romantic water cistern from the XII century, swimming pool, and lavender paths leading to intimate corners, two large terraces with enough tables and chairs to seat twenty.
La Cazalla is located in a pre-Natural Park area and is highly protected by environmental regulations and therefore the law prohibits barbecues in any way whatsoever outside from May to November. The property is approximately twenty minutes away from the Parque Natural Sierra de Grazalema and the Zahara de la Sierra dam, where it is possible to fish barbs, carps or basses of fairly good dimensions, while enjoying beautiful landscape. The largest cork tree forest in Spain, Natural Park of Los Alcornocales,of some 414.000 acres, which extends itself from Tarifa to near Grazalema, is the habitat for a large number of spectacular rhododendron bushes, among other beautiful flora, as well as a rich variety of birds of prey. The Parque Natural Sierra de las Nieves, around half an hour away, counts around 85% of the world’s ‘Pinsapo’ forest, an ancient fir that survived the last glaciation, although now in danger of extinction. All this makes the area especially interesting for hikers, speleologists, bird watchers and Nature lovers in general.
The beach is just forty five minutes away in San Pedro de Alcántara, through one of the most beautiful roads of Spain, from where, on clear days, you can see Gibraltar and the coast of Africa, and Marbella and Peurto Banus are a bit further East with every luxury imaginable.

It is only 3 kilometres away from the nearest bar and less than 3.5 Km from a number of restaurants, but when you come for the first time, you will have the impression that you are entering a remote and secret place.
You are just around a mile away from Ronda, and if what you need is to relax, then La Cazalla is the place for it.