Alquería Morayma, set against the backdrop of the majestic Alpujarra mountains on the southern rim of the Sierra Nevadas, borrows from the region´s Moorish past to create an experience that´s distinctly Andalusian. This historic cluster of homesteads and farmhouses overlooking the Guadalfeo River has been transformed into an hotel/apartment complex that looks out onto the panoramic vistas of the Sierra Nevada National Park.
Alquería de Morayma is a typical Andalusian cortijo (farmhouse) located on a 35-hectare farm near the village of Cádiar. The property features a pool, conference hall, restaurant serving regional specialities, and even a library devoted to Andalusian topics. Abundant Mediterranean flora surrounds the property and a stroll or hike on any of the trails that traverse the Alpujarras will reveal wild grapes as well as olive, almond, and fig trees. A restored mill and functioning antique bread oven are there for visitors to enjoy this slice of traditional Andalusia.