This family ‘farm’ is more of self-contained village, complete with chapel. Luis has restored these five spacious cottages to their former glory. There’s everything you’d expect and also some you wouldn’t: an aquaponics business in one of the barns, an ironmonger’s workshop and a panaderia which is now an art shop.
You can ride horses, cycle, walk and even ride tractors. Portrait painting classes can be arranged on site or just wander through the fields or laze by the new pool. Carmona is in sight so you can wander down to town for excellent tapas yet still get a taste of the traditional Spanish farming lifestyle.
The year-round farming means you’ll watch working tractors whilst enjoying your continental breakfast in the main yard, or on the terrace overlooking the fields.