The town offers all facilities including banks, internet café, railway station, regular bus service, medical centre. Campillos is located approximately 1 hour from Malaga and Granada airports and 2 hours to Seville airport. Airport transfers are available if required. In addition to accommodation, we are able to offer yoga and health and beauty courses/treatment in conjunction with the highly regarded Wildman-Chard Clinic
We are close to the beautiful lakes and there are other tourist attractions nearby - wolf park, donkey sanctuary, flamingo lakes. There's climbing in El Chorro and the opportunity for riding, golf, parasailing.
Ronda is only 40 minutes away, with sightseeing and wine tours.
Granada city with the Alhambra Palace is just over an hour away and during the winter the Sierra Nevada offers skiing.
Cordoba city has the fabulous Mezquita, worth a visit on anyone's holiday.
Sevilla has two fabulous fiestas a year - the Spring Horse Fair/ Autumn Harvest Fair
Look what's happening in May!
Look what's happening this week - http://patios.cordoba.es/
The Patios Festival is celebrated in Cordoba (Spain) in the middle weeks of May, when the spring is at its best. It consists of a contest in which participants open, free of charge, their yards so they can be visited in the schedule. During these days, the most significant neighbourhoods of the city Historic show visitors their hidden treasures, at a time when the floral profusion makes them real home gardens. As this party is alive in the city, the competition divided into two categories, so that by the traditional courtyard can also compete one who belongs to a modern building. To visit them is found that what has been a traditional lifestyle is still alive in the present generation, whose modern homes fit this architectural feature that is characteristic of Cordoba.
We've also got the Jerez Horse Fair this month.
The Jerez Horse Fair (Feria de Caballo) is an exciting and lively event that brings the entire city to the Gonzalo Hontoria Fairgrounds, which cover 52,000 square metres, giving ample space for the finest horses of Jerez as synonymous with the city as sherry and flamenco, to show off their moves to the crowds who flock to the casetas which, unlike Seville's, are open to the public, and other attractions.
The history of the Jerez Horse Fair goes back over 500 years, to the commercial livestock fairs that were established in April and September, in the time when Jerez was just a small town back during the reign of Alfonso X El Sabio (the Wise).