La Era De Aracena
- Continental Breakfast
- Non-smoking hotel
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Wheelchair accessibility
TripAdvisor Reviews La Era De Aracena
Travel Blogs from Aracena
... which starts a rather long stretch of the type of independent travel and touring I most often do in Europe.
On the whole I found the walking-oriented week tour in Sierra Aracena with Explore to be a very pleasant one. On the positive side the location was a fairly remote and untouristed one for Europe, one with a reasonably traditional culture and industries, with a good network of walking trails, good local food, ...
... and away to the quite large and
somewhat industrial hilltop village of Jabugo. The name Jabugo makes Spaniards’
mouths water because it is a D.O.C. (Dominion Origen Controlee), a specific
area only from which a particular product which meats specific standards and
production processes can be produced, essentially a mark of quality. In this case
it is Spanish cured hams, and the town is full of industrial sized curing sheds
for the hams.
... it’s usually closed. Maricastana is a more upscale establishment than the Bar de Robles where we had our previous meals in town, a fancy white tablecloth and napkin kind of place with a limited menu but exquisite food using locally grown produce. I had an appetizer of Crema de Verduras con Gurumelos, a pureed vegetable soup with a very strongly flavored local mushroom that is one of the few that comes out in the spring. The Lomo Iberico was ...
... remote location but almost directly
underneath the hilltop castle built almost six centuries before the cavern’s
discovery. I honestly wasn’t expecting too much because I had never heard about
them previously, but they turned out to be one of the most beautiful caves I’ve
ever seen in terms of the formations in them, less a matter of sheer size than
the fantastic stalagtites, stalagmites, and other ...
Today I did a wonderful Sunday morning walk with 2 British women who are here setting up workshops with the owners, to be help in the Spring, and Sam the owner. Buen Vino is at about 2400' and we walked down hill most of the way or level sometimes for two hours. We walked along wonderful moss covered stone walls and pass a lot of cork trees that recently had their cork bark removed...your ...