The apartments’ close proximity to the Hotel Sierra de Cazorla allows
those staying there the use of the in-house facilities such as the Cafe,
Restaurant, Barbecue and Swimming Pool (free of charge).
Our Restaurant, seating up to 80 diners, offers a selection of traditional and regional dishes.
The mountains of Cazorla have a rich culinary tradition which includes Andrajos (highland soup), Gachamiga (olive oil and flour balls), lomo de Orza (a tomato based ratatouille with pork loin), Rin-ran (a tomato, potato and cod puree), wild boar sausages, venison sausages, venison cutlets and stew, Cazorlan trout and highland eggs. The areas around Torreperojil and Bailén produce the best red wine in the whole of Andalucia. Tapas are a collection of local dishes in miniature and there are many bars in and around Cazorla and La Iruela where you can enjoy these delicious morsals.