Eighteenth century manor house, previously owned by the Order of Calatrava.
It has an area of 400 m2 and a patio of 200 m2.It is situated in the centre of the village and is rich in traditional architecture, history and culture. It has been comprehensively renovated; yet it retains its sloping roofs, walls of stone and sun-dried brick, and original floors in a great part of the house.
It consists of two separate houses, yet linked together in a way that is in keeping with the rural ambience without compromising on comforts. Its large patio contains pomegranate, orange and lemon trees. It features a barbecue, as well as rustic garden furniture. Its architectural characteristics, together with its warm welcoming decoration, make it an ideal place for relaxation.