The Atalaya – meaning lookout in Arabic – was constructed in the 1980s and 90s as a conservation center. Designed to host seminars and research on conservation issues, it resembles a large hunting lodge of days past, complete with a 3 meter fireplace.
This sanctuary for writers, musicians, artists or for anyone seeking truly to get away from it all is surrounded by birds and with a breathtaking view of the Mediterranean sea, mountains and valley below.
The Atalaya’s ‘Great Hall’ spans thirty by seventy feet. It also has a kitchen, bathroom and two bedrooms, a stone patio that runs the length of the hall, and a breakfast patio on the east side off the main bedroom.