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.
The Atalaya is the perfect sanctuary for writers, musicians, artists or for anyone seeking truly to get away from it all with its breathtaking views 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.