Arriving at your accommodation down the meandering Palm tree lined drive, the villa that greets you at the end is one of the most spectacular Spanish houses in the area.
La Roca Rara was designed and built with inspiration taken from The Alhambra Palace in nearby Granada by a wealthy American industrialist in 1970, his eye for design shows throughout the villa with a main floor with floor to ceiling windows taking in views to the outside terraces and beautiful central courtyard and high vaulted ceiling giving an incredible feeling of space.
The lounge with central fireplace opens onto a large south-facing terrace with spectacular views to the sea, it offers a huge pergola with seating area and BBQ facilities. Adjoining the lounge is a dining room with seating for up to 16 people as well as a raised TV area with media facilities.
La Roca Rara
The villa’s six spacious en-suite bedrooms and elegant master suite feature a fireplace and air conditioning all with large doors opening onto the central courtyard which features a fabulous large heated swimming pool and areas to relax and unwind.
La Roca Rara prides itself in maintaining both an air of Spanish tradition whilst mixing in the right amount of modern facilities to please any visitor, one of these being it's up to date bespoke fitted kitchen, with large gas range, separate ovens, marble work tops surrounding a central work station, making the cooking experience here perfect.
The villa is completely secluded in beautifully kept grounds, perfect surroundings to unwind and take in all that you wish to learn and enjoy from your stay with us here at Spanish Culinary Tour.
Our aim at Spanish Culinary Tour is to provide an insight into this area's cuisine and culture to further your knowledge and expertise on Spanish cooking in a fun, relaxed and knowledgeable holiday.