rural holidays in some of the most beautiful scenery THAT southern Spain has to offer


Rooms can be booked by the day or week and a Continental breakfast is included in the price.


Hotel Molino Cuatro Paradas Ronda Spain


This rural hotel is the perfect location to explore the mountains and white villages of the Serrania de Ronda and enjoy the stunning scenery and wildlife in the adjacent national parks of Sierra de Grazalema and Sierra de las Nieves.

Hotel Molino Cuatro Paradas is a charmingly restored flour mill located just outside the popular village of Benaojan on the banks of the river Guadiaro near Ronda, Malaga, Spain. 

This country hotel near Ronda in Spain has ten beautifully furnished hotel rooms offering a variety of accommodation. Some of the rooms have river views while others open up directly on to the central courtyard of the hotel and some have private balconies.

The hotel has  a small bar area which is well-stocked with a variety of beers, wines, spirits and soft drinks. There is also a popular outdoor river terrace which nestles on the banks of the river with spectacular views of the surrounding crags. Here hotel guests can read, watch the birds which frequent the river or just relax and savour the ambience.

Whether you are a walker, bird-watcher, caver or simply wish to explore the area by car, you will be entranced by the beauty and variety of the mountain scenery. Between the craggy ridges of the Sierras de Libar and Grazalema and the more rounded slopes of the Sierra de las Nieves lie the steep valleys of the rivers Genal and Guadiaro. With the added attraction of the pueblos blancos (white villages) which provide beautiful settings, historic interest and a source of needed refreshment, the area offers a remarkable wealth and variety of experience to visitors of all types.

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The historic city of Ronda is just 10 kilometres distant. Its dramatic location spanning a gorge some 200 metres deep has attracted travellers, writers and artists for centuries. The old city boasts many sites of interest dating back to its moorish origins, while across the famous ‘new bridge’ – which spans the gorge, can be found the commercial centre and bullring. Ronda can easily be reached by car, by train along the picturesque railway line which runs up the Guardiaro valley, or on foot


The surrounding Serranias are known not just for their spectacular mountain scenery but also for the pueblos blancos, or white villages. These villages of Moorish origins enjoy spectacular settings above the valleys of two rivers – the Guadiaro and Genal, and merit exploration for a range of geographical, architectural and historic reasons.


Further afield are the major cities of Andalucia –  or Andalusia as it is sometimes spelled – Sevilla, Granada, Cordoba, Jerez, Cadiz and Malaga are all within reach of a days outing. The coastal resorts of Marbella and Estepona are an hour away. Also worth a visit are the traditional Spanish resorts of the yet unspoilt Costa de la Luz – Tarifa, Chiclana and Sanlucar de Barrameda. 

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