3-day plan for families and friends in a rural setting, with an organic vegetable garden, you can feed the animals of the farm, walk along paths, visit the town and if you feel like it, and visit the surroundings.

For lovers of Rural Tourism, Laroya is a small paradise. Walking through the narrow streets of the town has a special charm. Don’t forget to visit the Church of San Ramón Nonato from the XVII century, with a great neoclassical purity. But this small town will surprise you for the quality and variety of services offered to visitors: A restaurant with exquisite typical dishes (Mesón Acacia), excellent accommodations for couples and families in the town (Apartamentos Rurales Picachico), accommodation in rural houses ( Reul Alto) with all the amenities including heating, swimming pool, organic garden to learn agrotourism, a small farm for children to visit animals and feed them, etc. Everything you need to spend an unforgettable weekend.

Other things you can see in Laroya

One of the wonders of Laroya is the Charcón del Buey, an idyllic and peaceful place, worthy of a fairy tale. There is a waterfall which is more than ten meters long. It has a marked path with security fence for access.

Laroya has a network of beautiful roads and paths to enjoy an unforgettable experience. The path of los Molinos – Reul Alto allows to know in its circular route the remains of the old mills of past times and the path of Reul Alto is a route that goes into the mountains with some magnificent landscapes.

The surroundings of Laroya

If you spend several days in Laroya and want to know the surroundings, we will quickly list the most relevant things: Macael is 5 km away, you can visit the interpretation center of the Marble, walk its streets, see the replica of the Fountain of the Lions of the Alhambra , the largest mortar in the world, the Cosentino Quarry and you have different places to eat. Olula del Rio is 3 km from Macael, there you have the Casa Ibáñez Museum, the Pérez Siquier Photography Center and the Antonio López “Woman of the Almanzora” Marble Sculpture. On Thursday mornings you can visit the Olula market, on Fridays the Macael market and on Sundays the Fines market which is 2 km from Olula.

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