Casa Rural Pozuelo 2 JABUGO is located within a 40 Ha farm, in an area with the highest tree density in Spain (highlighting cork oaks, chestnut trees and olive trees). Ideal for families or couples, with a spectacular terrace that surrounds the entire house. At 200 m2, inside the property, there is a large swimming pool with plenty of space for sunbathing.
Casa Rural Pozuelo 2 JABUGO is located within a 40 Ha farm, in an area with the highest tree density in Spain (highlighting cork oaks, chestnut trees and olive trees). Dedicated to the production of organic walnuts and chestnuts, it has 50,000 m2 dedicated to walnut (with organic walnut harvest, certified by the CAAE). Ideal to relax and take walks to other nearby towns. It is located just 200 m from the Ribera de Jabugo road, which leads to Jabugo (700 m). The beauty of the chestnut tree stands out especially in autumn, where it goes from green to red and yellow. From Aracena, we can do the chestnut route, passing through beautiful towns such as Los Marines, Fuenteheridos, Castaño del Robledo or Galaroza (along trails recommended by the Andalusian Hiking Federation). In addition to natural spaces -such as the Gruta de las Maravillas or the many Royal Paths-, you will find architectural pearls such as the Castle of Cortegana (SXIII to SXVI), the Hermitage of Almonaster la Real (SIX to SX) or the building of Tiro al Pichón (in Jabugo), among others. Due to the central location of the Finca with respect to the Sierra, you will be in an ideal point for hiking and cycling routes.
Wide in all the rooms, Casa Rural Pozuelo 2 has large stone walls, Arabic tile roofs, large windows and lots of light. Many of its furniture has been restored by local carpenters and its decoration with old farming tools adds a warm rustic touch. Ideal for families or couples, with a spectacular terrace that surrounds the entire house. Large living room with fireplace. Well equipped kitchen. One room has a double bed and the other has two single beds. Bathroom with rustic faucets and tiling. Interior equipment: ecological central heating, gas stove, microwave, plasma TV, complete kitchenware, sheets and towels.
In the winter season -from the arrival of cold days, until it is not necessary-, you can use the heating and the fireplace. One load per day is included in the price (1 bag of 5 kg of pellets). If you need more, we will serve it (with a supplement of 5 EUR).
Shared between the three rural houses on the farm (Pozuelo 1, Pozuelo 2 and Pozuelo 3), it is 200 m from the house. Due to its large dimensions (12x8 m) and its large solarium space (250 m2), we can install up to 12 hammocks (keeping safety distances).
1.- For safety reasons: you cannot enter the pool with objects, bottles or crystal glasses.
2.- For hygiene: you cannot put your pet on the perimeter of the pool.
3.- Available only in summer.
4.- People with reduced mobility may have difficulty reaching it
1.- Savor the Acorn-fed Iberian Ham, made in the area. Simply ... unsurpassed.
2.- Enjoy the European area with the greatest diversity of mushrooms and fungi in Europe. Some towns that you can (and should) visit, to have a broader idea of this gastronomic gem, are Cumbres Mayores, Cumbres de Enmedio, Cortelazor and Cortegana (all of them with strong tradition in the sector).
3.- Go to old mills (such as Zufre and Encinasola), where a delicious Organic Olive Oil is still produced.
4.- Take the opportunity to get to know the excellent wines of our region. They are wines with personality.
5.- Try the typical dishes in any of the many (and excellent) restaurants in the area.
Culture and history
We highlight the Route of Al-Mutamid (poet, musician and Arab King of Seville, who put value on this route). It runs between Lisbon and Seville, passing through mountain towns such as Aroche, Cortegana, Almonaster la Real and Aracena.
1.- Almonaster Mosque, erected in the reign of Abderramán III. Built on the remains of a Visigoth basilica (s-VI), it was finally converted into a hermitage.
2.- Cortegana Castle, current scene of medieval festivals. Built on Muslim remains. It seems that it was raised by the Order of the Temple.
3.- Aracena Castle, in the center of town (tip: in Aracena don't forget to visit the Gruta de las Maravillas).
4.- Aroche Castle, surrounded by a wall with 10 towers, all of them square (11th and 12th centuries).
Hello, my name is Jesus. I have always been attracted to nature and dealing with people, so developing my career in Rural Houses, where I can get to know many of the clients and even become friends with some of them, is a dream come true.
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On the farm there are sheep that maintain the fields and two mastiffs that guard the farm and take care of the sheep. They are calm animals, not aggressive at all, but they live and work freely. Keep this in mind, especially if you bring pets, as they are working animals and we cannot lock them up.