Just 30 km from Malaga airport and after a 2 km private path that goes through a beautiful untouched Mediterranean forest…
…you will be blown away by the solitude and history of Lagar los Pilones.
This is a privately owned farm of 200 hectares situated on the edge of the nature reserve of Mountains of Malaga.
From the top of the hill where the house is, you will enjoy 360º unforgettable panoramic views and beautiful sunsets every evening.
In Lagar los Pilones everything talks about the wines produced here with moscatel and Pedro Ximenez grapes since 300 years ago.
Would you like to know more about its history?
Lagar los Pilones is a country house where you can appreciate three centuries of history, but also enjoy the comforts of nowadays.
Ensuite bathrooms in the rooms, central heating, swimming pool, barbecue, porch with garden furniture and quality towels and bed linen will do you get away without giving up the comfort of your home.
It is a magical and ideal place for quiet and relaxing holidays and family celebrations.
Lagar los Pilones is the ideal combination of calm, roominess and country life, but not far from the city.
There are 360 amazing degree views of the surrounding valleys, mountains and countryside and lots of different outdoors areas and terraces, so everyone can have their own space.
But despite such apparent calm, it is not far from supermarkets, petrol station and restaurants that you can reach in 10-15 minutes by car ride.
Or just 30 minutes from Malaga to enjoy the city and the beach.
Don’t rule anything out. This place has endless possibilities and offers several options for everyone.
It has a perfect location to get to know Andalusia and the main cities, but also to go to the beach, visit one of the many wineries in the area that offer guided tours or even to celebrate a special event such as a wedding.
This is Carmen, host of Lagar los Pilones.
My family has lived on these lands for generations, stomping the grapes and taking them to the cellar for fermentation.
When I received this precious legacy from my father, I just thought that it was my duty to recover and preserve this house as part of our historical and architectural heritage.
Then, why not share this treasure with groups of families and friends who wish to enjoy this fantastic place?