The hotel is situated in the unparalleled setting of the Cazorla
Mountains on a cornice offering magnificent views. It is 200 mtrs.
from the village of La Iruela, 2 kms from Cazorla and on the Natural
Park’s access road.
The nearest principal axis is the Madrid-Cadiz (N-IV) motorway from which
the N-322 links the area with the rest of Andalucia and the remaining autonomous
regions. Bearing in mind the large size of the Natural Park we have outlined the
main access routes:
The hotel’s position makes it accessible from many points. Entering Andalucia
from the North of Spain, pass through the Despeñaperros Natural Park, continuing on
to Bailén take the N-322 in the direction of Linares and Úbeda as far as Torreperogil.
From here take the A-315, on the right, towards Peal de Becerro and from there the A-319
to Cazorla-La Iruela.
Entering the region by the N-322 from Albacete, turn off at Torreperogil as previously
indicated or before, at Villacarrillo, direction Mogón, to Santo Tomé. From here follow
the JV-7101 to Cazorla or turn off onto the JV-7102 to Chilluévar.
Access for visitors travelling from South East Andalucia, Murcia and Alicante is via the
A-92 dual carriageway, joining the A-315 Pozo Alcón, Quesada and Peal de Becerro road near Baza.
Visitors coming from Almeria and Granada have an other option. Taking the A-320 via Iznalloz and
Guadahortuna to Jódar and on to Peal de Becerro (C-328) to take the A-319 to Cazorla–La Iruela.
Those visitors travelling from the North of Granada province can also do so via the C-321
which from La Puebla de Don Fadrique goes to Santiago de la Espada. This last option is used
alot by visitors coming from Murcia.
Travelling from the Valencia region the quickest and easiest route is via the N-430 to Albacete,
joining the N-322 in the direction of Génave, Villacarrillo, Mogón, Santo Tomé and Cazorla-La Iruela.