The road snakes between the hills of Vejer and Abejaruco, then you climb a steep and windy track for a thrilling adventure. You arrive to a gleaming modern, John Pawson inspired house surrounded by birdsong and semi-wild land – you’ll not want to leave! Inside is a 60 sq.m open space in which living room and kitchen blend seamlessly, huge glass doors frame the garden, sleek sofas ask to be lounged on, straw sunhats decorate a wall, and all is white, white, white. Bedrooms lie in each wing of the ‘H’-shaped structure: at one end, two twin rooms; at the other, a master bedroom. Bathrooms are large, marbled and spoiling. All feels generous, spacious, crisply modern, with ceilings forming steep sloping triangles. Outside are wild olive trees, almonds and figs, a terrace surrounded by herbs and small pomegranates in pots, and a vegetable garden in the lower field – pick your own peppers, tomatoes, oranges, lemons. Or visit Vejer with its shops, market and delectable tapas. The caretaker and his wife who farm nearby take good care of house, garden and pool.