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This attractive entry to Andalucia’s restaurant scene sits in the station at Arriate, a small town near Ronda. This restaurant is now owned and managed by Frank Röttgering and the chef is Isa Molinillo Garcia. Frank has created a warm and intimate atmosphere in the former railway goods shed. The delicious, healthy and varied dishes that are served are more than reasonably priced. Here you can choose from an extended menu. Or you let Frank make his recommendations. A simple Russian salad or one filled with a cornucopia of delectable tastes? A choice of meat, fish or vegetarian… but always using excellent quality fresh, local produce. In the summer dine ‘al fresco’ by sitting out on the terrace whilst enjoying the spectacular views over the valley towards the mountains of the Sierra de Grazelama. Here you can sample our homemade dishes by the platform as the driver of the last train for the day gives you a friendly wave. In winter snuggle up by the open fire whilst sipping a hot cup of coffee accompanied by a slice of homemade cake. Recover in the afternoon with a local casserole after a long hike through the surrounding countryside… and in the evening […]
The restaurant is run by a cooperative of young people who believe in the future of the area. They opened to the public in autumn 2002. It is 19 Km. from Ronda on the A-369 to Algeciras in Atajate (Malaga), and the building is very visible at the entrance of the village. The name, “Audalazar” is one of the tributary streams of the Genal river, which is between Atajate and Alpandeire, but is also a Moorish village that disappeared in 1570, and comes from the Arabic Wadi-al-jara, Guidazara, Vidazara, Udazara, whose meaning was “river stones”.
We specialise in personalised retreats. The transformative magic in our retreats happens due to a combination of elements such as meditation, yoga and meditative stretching, in-depth personal support and coaching, deep rest, remote nature location, silence, organic delicious meals, intuitive massages, hot tub and a dedicated staff. As a guest you can create a personal retreat package or join one of our many retreats scheduled through the year. Pamper yourself with yoga, meditation and great food in beautiful nature resort, while enjoying the company of like-minded people. Or enjoy a silent retreat in meditation and contemplation. Or maybe you need a change and are ready for a breakthrough. The Guest House This spacious room is situated on a beautiful spot of the property with views over the manderine orchards and the mountains. It offers one queen size bed and a single bunk style bed, perfect to accommodate a child or friend. Outside you have your own private terrace where you can sit and enjoy the morning sounds of the birds or a beautiful sunset. This room has its own bathroom with a spacious standing shower. Amenities include silky sheets, unlimited Mountain Spring Water, Internet and Bose i-Pod dock. Maximum Capacity: […]
Málaga Airport, officially Málaga–Costa del Sol Airport since June 2011, is the fourth busiest airport in Spain. It is an important airport for Spanish tourism as it is the main international airport serving the Costa del Sol. It is 8 km (5.0 miles) southwest of Málaga. The airport has flight connections to over 60 countries worldwide, and over 13.7 million passengers passed through it in 2014. The airport operates with three terminals. The third terminal adjacent to the previous two opened on 15 March 2010, and flight operations started on 16 March 2010. A second runway opened at the airport on 26 June 2012. Málaga Airport is the busiest international airport of Andalucía, accounting for 85 percent of the region’s non-domestic traffic. It offers a wide variety of international destinations. The airport has a daily link with twenty cities in Spain and over one hundred cities in Europe. Direct flights also operate to Africa, the Middle East and also to North America in the summer season. Airlines with a base at the airport are Air Europa, Norwegian, Ryanair and Vueling.
Hotel Molino Cuatro Paradas is a charmingly restored flour mill located just outside the popular village of Benaojan on the banks of the river Guadiaro near Ronda, Malaga, Spain. It has recently been converted into a comfortable country hotel with a variety of accommodation options. This rural hotel is the perfect location to explore the mountains and white villages of the Serrania de Ronda and enjoy the stunning scenery and wildlife in the adjacent national parks of Sierra de Grazalema and Sierra de las Nieves. Whether you are a walker, bird-watcher, caver or simply wish to explore the area by car, you will be entranced by the beauty and variety of the mountain scenery. Between the craggy ridges of the Sierras de Libar and Grazelema and the more rounded slopes of the Sierra de las Nieves lie the steep valleys of the rivers Genal and Guadiaro. With the added attraction of the pueblos blancos (white villages) which provide beautiful settings, historic interest and a source of needed refreshment, the area offers a remarkable wealth and variety of experience to visitors of all types. This country hotel near Ronda in Spain has ten beautifully furnished hotel rooms and a self-contained apartment.
A great restaurant, located alongside the municipal swimming pool in Jimera de Libar, serving an excellent range of tapas, snacks, traditional food and meats on the grill. Plenty of parking, large dining room with open fireplace, terrace with stunning views of the Guadiaro valley and Sierra de Libar.
A bar and restaurant with a tradition from its roots. From 1933 until now, three generations of the same family have run the Bar Restaurante Barroso. In 1933 there was Sebastian Jarillo Lobo and Antonia Gil Delgado and his asadura de chivo en salsa, and the first bar with radio and coffee. After another generation with Jose Barroso Rodriguez and Antonia Jarillo Ramos, who used the bar as a complement to his butchers shop and specialised in Ibérico pork with only one fish tapas, the Pavía, which had many followers. Following the family tradition it is still run by the family and their children – following the same traditions of yesteryear.