Marmolejo

Marmolejo

The gently rolling 74,774ha Sierra de Andújar, part of the vast Sierra Morena, is densely wooded and boasts one of Andalucia's best preserved expanses of Mediterranean forest and scrubland. Flowing through the rocky hills is the Yeguas river, with many lovely spots to sit and meditate along its banks. Its more remote areas are inhabited by an impressive number of endangered species, such as the pardel lynx, wolf, black vulture and imperial eagle.

Offering a barbecue and views of the garden, La Casa del Abuelo Jose is located in Marmolejo. Jaén is 47 km away. Free WiFi is offered throughout the property.

There is a living room and dining area. The kitchen is equipped with an oven, microwave, toaster, and coffee machine. Free private parking is available at the country house.