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Clarinda Parques S.L. ~ CIF: ES-B92565522

Los Casas Rurales

We have two traditionally designed Rural houses available for rent in the heart of Andalucia.
The two Village locations are ideal for family holidays around the pool. Or for groups wishing run wellness courses or just use as a base to tour popular Andalucian destinations.

Cortijo Retarta

Casa Pilar


CASAS RURALES - VALLE GENAL - SERRENIA DE RONDA - ANDALUCIA - ESPANA

¡Bienvenidos!

Genal Valley Photo!

Bienvenido a Clarinda Parques S.L. Casa Rurales en el corazón de Andalucía, España

Nos gustaría darle la bienvenida a nuestras casas de vacaciones, ubicadas en un entorno natural impresionante en el oasis más maravilloso del sur de España.

¡Hola, mi nombre es Colm Corcoran!
Nos hemos involucrado con el Alojamiento rural en el valle de Genal, Serrania de Ronda, Málaga, España desde 2002 (y solo vine de vacaciones). Somos una pequeña empresa familiar que ofrece alojamiento tradicional español con todas las comodidades modernas.

Nuestras casas están situadas en el valle del Genal, Serrania de Ronda, Málaga, España.

Tenemos dos casas rurales disponibles para familias o grupos para alquilar por vacaciones y fines de semana fuera de temporada. Cortijo Retarta está situado en Jubrique, en el Alto Genal inferior, mientras que Casa Pilar está situada en el Bajo Genal

Genal Valley Map!

Materials and Construction

The European, or Spanish, chestnut (Castanea sativa) is cultivated. The chestnut tree is large (height, up to 35 m; diameter, 2 m) and long-lived (500 and more years). It has a large, spreading crown and a strong, deep root system. The flowers, which are gathered into catkins, are small, unisexual or bisexual, and cross-pollinating. The fruits are nuts (length and width, 1.5– cm), with a delicate grayish brown woody pericarp. Three nuts are usually found in each involucre. The tree begins to fruit after 5–10 years. When the tree is 50 years old, it produces at least 70 kg of nuts (up to 1 ton per hectare).
Credit: The Free Dictionary

Our houses are traditional and loyal to the local architecture. We use Chestnut Timber where possible, such as the ceilings and roof beams. Chestnut has been widely used because of the availability as a horticultural crop. We have reformed sympathetically to the original buildings, but use modern materials to ensure longevity where possible.
The White Villages of Andalucia, are not so just because of aesthetics, traditionally coated with whitewash, or "Caliza, piedra de cal" which is in it's natural state, limestone, again a local resource. The limestone would have been broken down into handleable stones, and placed in a round wood burning furnace. After burning, the stones turn a brilliant white when cooled, and after immersion in water they dissolve and turn the water into whitewash. White wash is a breathable coating, and allows the stone and clay walls to breath in summer and winter, and also preventing the growth of mildews and fungus's. Nowadays the bricks are terracotta clay and the render is cement, with a PVC paint coating.
We do replicate the old look and feel where possible with soft renderings, and reform the old where possible.

The houses have been rewired and fitted out to a high standard that travelers and holidaymakers expect today.


CASAS RURALES
Clarinda Parques S.L.
Valle del Genal, Serranía de Ronda, Málaga, Andalucía, España.