La Moraleda estate which is over a hundred years old, has seven hectors of land mainly comprising of orange trees, but there are also some avocado pear trees, lemon trees, grapefruit trees, pear trees, medlar trees, mulberry trees, date plum trees, fig trees, walnut trees and pomegranate trees. The cultivation of the plantation is undertaken under strict ecological norms. Within the estate, five accommodations have been constructed and have been architecturally designed in the popular Andalusian style with the following names of typical Andalusian trees and flowers, "Los Naranjos", "La Jacaranda", "La Buganvilla", "La Madreselva" and "Los Rosales".
All of them are completely equipped, have chimneys, hot water, televisions, washing machines, refrigerators, bathrooms and kitchens with ovens. "Los Naranjos", "La Jacaranda" and "La Buganvilla" share a common swimming pool and barbecue facilities. "La Madreselva" has her own individual swimming pool and barbecue facilities. There is parking and pet animals are welcome.
Our visitors can walk freely about the estate and pick oranges and other fruit for personal consumption during their stay. We confide that our visitors pay respect to the quiet and peaceful environment that we offer them.