- Cookery Lessons Minimum 4. Children most welcome to join their parents.
- Picnic Baskets
- Pairing wine With Courses
Things To Do
Exploring the Los Velez. A wide range of landscapes which range from the valley bottoms, to flat areas and slopes, to the escarpments and mountainsides. These are the surroundings of the noble town of Vélez Rubio, situated at the foot of the Maimón, which dominates the area.
At more than a thousand metres of altitude, in the shelter of Monte Maimón, and on the side of a hill crowned by a magnificent castle, the monumental Vélez Blanco rises majestically. It is a place which over time, has been populated by Iberians, Romans, Visigoths, and Moors. With the impressive sierra as a background, the town still continues occupying a strategic position in the province, something the Nasrids used to maximum advantage to reinforce the borders of the kingdom of Granada.
An Extensive Bar With National Wines, Cavas y Champagne.
Freshly sourced and cooked to order meals. No Children´s Menu, they can tell the chef what they want to have or smaller portions of what is on our menu of the day. All dietary requirements are catered for.
If you want to celebrate and make your own menu as group.
Group bookings welcome arrangement can be made to cater just for your party.
WalkingWalking - With numerous walks within the Los Velez area, ranging in experience from the beginner, a lovely place to start would be the short walk from the Botanical Gardens in Maria to the experienced mountain walker who could enjoy 6/8 hour hikes or a 4/5 hour hike with some climbing to the summit of La Muela in Velez Blanco.
CyclingCycling is a huge sport in Spain and Los Velez area offers cyclists some extraordinary challenges as well as amazing views en route.
Levante BeachesThe Levante Beaches, from north to south, include the municipalities of Pupli, Cuevas del Almanzora, Vera, Garrucha, Mojacar and Carboneras. region of unspoilt beaches with clean waters, surrounded by stunning scenery. Secluded rocky coves offer a place of tranquillity and isolation for relaxation, fishing and snorkelling. The main resorts, centred around small fishing villages, tend to be low key, uncrowded, and traditional, with chiringuito beach bars serving the local dish of the day.