Luxury 10 bedroom Cortijo with large private pool

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  • House
  • 10 bedrooms
  • 6 bathrooms
  • Sleeps 23

Bedrooms: 10

Bathrooms: 6

Sleeps: 23

Type: House

Luxury 10 bedroom Cortijo with large private pool

A 19th century Cortijo set in 20,000 square metres of orange trees. It is located in beautiful countryside of Lora Del Rio but only 7 minute drive into town along 1.5km country lane and then main road. Magnificent views to parque natural Matallana and sierra Morena.Outside there is a large garden with a 12x6 metre swimming pool, BBQ, kitchen, shaded dining area. Inside there are 5 ensuite bedrooms and a further 5 bedrooms and family shower room. The substantial 70 square metre lounge and its high vaulted ceilings provides a relaxing environment. Games room offers table tennis, pool table and games console. Fully equiped kitchen featuring granite ...Read more

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Luxury 10 bedroom Cortijo with large private pool
Seville, Andalusia, Spain

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Lora del Rio is located in the province of Seville Spain. It has a population of approx 20,000 inhabitants. The Feria in Lora del Rio is held during the last week in May in La Alameda del Rio area it starts on the Wednesday and finishes on the Sunday there are lots of casetas where you can eat and drink. There are many bars and places to eat as well as a few supermarkets. Lora is a large town with plenty of shops and banks. It sits on the edge of the Guadalquivir river. Just to the north of Lora del Rio you have the Natural Park of Sierra Norte de Sevilla. 60km from Seville, 85km from Cordoba centre, 22km from Carmona,24km from Constantina.

Nearest Airport Seville (SVQ) 45 minutes. Airport transfer available from Seville airport direct to the Cortijo - please email for details.

Nearest petrol station 3km

Nearest bars / restaurants 3km

Mainline railway station 5km - Regular services to Sevilla and Cordoba

For further tourist information on Sevilla please visit : (website: hidden)

For information on the beautiful coastline and beaches of Huelva : (website: hidden)

The amazing Donana national park : (website: hidden) and also : http://www.tripadvisor.com/Travel-g187442-d275073/Huelva:Spain:Donana.National.Park.Parque.Nacional.De.Donana..html





Things to do in Sevilla

The Aquapolis water park in Sevilla - (website: hidden)

Isla Magica theme park in Sevilla - (website: hidden)


Zoo in Sevilla - (website: hidden)

The Seville Feria starts 2 weeks after Semana Santa in the area of Los Remedios.

- Catedral: Avenida de la Constitución s/n tel: 954 21 49 71.
Price: 6€ - Mon through Sat 11h - 17h Sundays free 14:30h - 18h.

- Real Alcázar: Patio de Banderas s/n tel: 954 50 23 23.
Price: 5€ - Tues through Sat 9:30h - 19h - Sundays and public holidays: 9:30h - 17h.

- Torre del Oro: Paseo de Colón, next to the river.
Price: 1€ - Tuesday through Friday; 10:00h - 14h (free on Tuesdays) Sat, Sun and holidays 11:00h - 14h.

- Casa de Pilatos (Palace) c/ Águilas: Fee: 5€ for the bottom floor, 8€ complete tour. Monday through Sunday 9:00h - 18h Tuesdays free from 13h to 17h.

- Museum of Fine Arts Plaza del Museo: Fee: 1.50€ - Tuesday from 15h to 20h, Wednesday through Saturday 9:00h - 20h, Sundays and Holidays 9:30h - 14h.

- Plaza de Toros (Bullring): Fee: 4€, Monday through Sunday 9:30h to 19h Plaza de España and Maria Luisa Park (free entrance).



The historic town of Carmona

Carmona, located just 25 minutes from the Cortijo around 38 km / 23 miles to the east of Seville and is full of many historic attractions. This town rises high above large agricultural plains and there are a number of impressive buildings, including several mansions, churches and also town squares. Highlights include the Plaza de San Fernando, with a Renaissance-style facade, the grand 18th-century town hall, with some well-preserved Roman mosaics in its courtyard, and the imposing ruins of the Alcazar del Rey Pedro, once the palace of Padro I. Just outside Carmona is the Necropolis Romana, which are the extensive remains of a Roman burial ground. There is also a museum on the site, with interesting exhibits of artefacts, such as statues, glass, jewellery and urns, all once buried with the bodies.

The places of special interest are in the upper part of the city, the old part of town:

- Parador: Built by the Arabs, it is now a luxury hotel with beautiful traditional patios. The views are worth the visit.

- The Santa Maria Church: Open Tuesday through Saturday 10h-14h. Sunday and Monday closed.

- Roman Necropolis: Is in the lower part of the city. Funeral chambers from the first century. Open Tuesday through Friday 9h - 17h, Saturdays and Sundays:10h-14h, Mondays and Holidays: closed



City of Cordoba

Located just 1 hour from the Cortijo, once the largest city of Roman Spain, Cordóba later formed the heart of the western Islamic empire. Today, the city is a typical bustling, noisy Andalusian city, with lots of atmosphere, fascinating sites, intriguing small streets and shops and the inevitable fabulous choice of restaurants and bars.

Alcazar
City Walls
Juderia
The Mezquita
Roman Bridge

The castle of Almodovar is situated on the road from Lora del Rio to Cordoba - (website: hidden)

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