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PRIVATE ANDALUSIAN CORTIJO IN MALAGA

THE REFINED SIMPLICITY

OF A TRADITIONAL SPANISH COUNTRYSIDE

AVAILABLE ALL YEAR LONG, UPON REQUEST

Pure rustic-chic luxury


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CRAFTING MOMENTS

Delight yourself in a perfect handcrafted vacation program for families and private groups that will guide your senses through Andalucía’s rich local produce, offering you the opportunity to immerse yourself in the passionate world of Spanish way of of life under the expert purview of our illustrious team.

Embark on the finest luxury holidays in Malaga. The purity of the landscape’s cuisine along with its breathtaking natural surroundings, exceptional wine varieties, and luxurious tranquility of your traditional cortijo create a getaway unparalleled in value and authenticity. For any experience-seeker El Carligto offers a way to live more than a holiday; you will learn a way of life and understand a culture deeply rooted in its thriving gastronomy and a gorgeous past…

…leaving richer and more refreshed than when you arrived.

WE BELIEVE THAT
IN THE REFINEMENT OF SIMPLICITY
GIVEN THE AVAILABILITY OF UNSPOILED RESOURCES AND LOCATIONS,
GREAT THINGS CAN HAPPEN.

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CORTIJO EL CARLIGTO

Built on the site of a traditional farmhouse, the Cortijo’s gorgeous authenticity comes complete with modern amenities, like the outdoor pool areas where you can take shade with a massage under the branches of a lofty Eucalyptus tree or its outdoor kitchens perfect for al-fresco degustations with ingredients from a painstakingly maintained herb garden. These delights juxtapose Andalucia’s nature and traditions in absolute sophistication.

Be ready to head deep into local territory through the most exclusive epicurean break.

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CAPACITY & AMENITIES

 

Total capacity 12    Total capacity 6    Total capacity 5    Total capacity 2

 

THE PROPERTY: Complete with spacious reception rooms, double bedrooms and fireplaces, it is divided into two houses and each property houses private indoor and outdoor lounges, kitchens, terraces and expansive gardens. A courtyard and infinity pool lend an air of luxurious relaxation to the properties, with an interior floor space of over 300 m2.

 

THE CORTIJO: El Carligto houses two en-suite rooms and two more rooms share a bathroom, while The Hunting Lodge, in a more modern style, enjoys three en-suite rooms. A party of up to twelve can revel in the entire hilltop estate between the two houses, separated by mature gardens and more than 100 m of distance.

 

AMENITIES: 24-hour concierge service, two outdoor pools, latest audio and video technology, stocked library/reading room, drawing room, panoramic vineyard vistas, secluded gardens of varying formality, two fully-equipped kitchens, tandoori oven, laundry facilities, Wi-Fi, energy-saving solar panels, underfloor heating and outdoor shower.

 

 

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FARM-TO-TABLE

 

Enjoy private, guided visits to wineries and vineyards, witnessing first-hand the process of olive oil production or winemaking. Taste the difference that results from our soil and natural environment. This is a real farm-to-table experience.

El Carligto’s exclusive rural positioning and dedication to preparing dishes using only the best ingredients ensures that there will be plenty of fresh local vegetation and produce to create the perfect base for your culinary fancies. Drizzle your expectations in Extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO), rub them in fresh-cracked pepper, sprinkle them with sea salt and roast them in your state-of-the-art outdoor kitchen, as the absolute freshness and simple elegance of El Carligto’s culinary prowess lies on an entirely different level.

 

VINEYARDS
VINEYARDS With the hillside altitude, fresh Mediterranean breeze, and undisturbed earth teeming with nutrients, it is not surprising that some of the best wines in Spain come from this region. Local grape varieties like Moscatel and Romé – an almost extinct vine indigenous to Málaga – produce an extensive range from crisp and dry to sweet and creamy.
THE GARDENS
THE GARDENS Lined with palm trees, aromatic lavenders, succulent aloe plants and lush agave, the property’s grounds abound with indigenous flora.
EXTRA VIRGIN OLIVE OIL
EXTRA VIRGIN OLIVE OIL With the perfect combination of dry, sunny weather and unrushed local producers, here you will enjoy EVOO in its most pure form: rich as much in culture as it is in flavor.
ALMONDS
ALMONDS In the small town of Alfarnate in Málaga, you can try them at their ultimate best: perfectly natural, toasted with just a touch of salt. A delicious goldmine of healthy fats and protein, discover all the ways almonds contribute to our Mediterranean cuisine.
THE SEA
THE SEA Dig into a freshly barbequed espeto at a beachside chiringuito and taste the thousands of years of seaside fishing tradition that single out the region’s gastronomy.
FARM CHEESES
FARM CHEESES Málaga’s valleys and mountain ranges house the goats that produce its mouth-watering farm cheeses, with each town adjusting its technique to individual peculiarities and customs.
CANE HONEY
CANE HONEY Although largely unknown, Málaga produces some of the best sugar cane honey worldwide. In fact, the only factory in Europe that produces the golden sweetener traditionally and without any additives can be found in nearby Frigiliana.
PINE FOREST
PINE FOREST In an effort to repopulate the area’s indigenous pine forests to their historic density and through their ecological entrepreneurial vision, El Carligto plants a pine tree in honor and memory of each party that stays at the cortijo.

THE CHEFS



DAVID PALACIOS
Chef residente
Young, creative and effusively enthusiastic about food, David Palacios renounced a career as a commercial airline pilot to pursue his culinary passions. He has gained accolades for his work from The Wall Street Journal, Travel + Leisure and CNN.com, among others. From poolside paella master classes to four to eight course gourmet tasting menus, David will always provide classy and delicious meals. David speaks English, Spanish, and Dutch.
ABRAHAM GARROTE
CHEF INVITADO
Able to transform any cut of fish into a spectacular gastronomic creation through his masterful hands, new seasoning techniques and thorough culinary research, entrepreneur Abraham Garrote is a monarch of Andalucian cuisine. With a passion for seafood and a great fondness for spearfishing, Garrote is a masterful chef but also a lively and approachable teacher, explaining his processes and creating a more complete dining experience for anyone under his purview.

We strive to communicate local traditions and recover stories

Photo: Frigiliana by Paladar y Tomar®
Destination

AXARQUIA, MALAGA

A balmy and luxurious landscape steeped in antiquity, the undisturbed Axarquía of Andalucía is an idyllic destination for relaxation in perfect harmony with nature. With more than 300 days of sunshine illuminating sparse, whitewashed houses on Velez’s sloping hillsides, it will leave any visitor inspired. While here, you are within reach of some of the greatest gems of Spain; all the while overlooking sparkling Mediterranean waters almost 2,500 feet below.

ALTITUDE 800m
SUNLIGHT 300 DAYS/YEAR
AVG. TEMPERATURE 28ºC
HUMIDITY 68%
DISTANCE TO THE SEA 27 km
TIME TO SKI RESORT 2 hours
NEAREST AIRPORT MÁLAGA
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DREAM WHEREABOUTS

what to do, what to see

CÓRDOBA

An important Roman city and Islamic cultural center in the Middle Ages where many different cultures lived in complete harmony, Córdoba is a delight to explore, and a visit to world-famous La Mezquita should be at the top of any traveler’s bucket list. With its    intruiging taverns, the city is a foodie mecca: travel through time  with the many dishes that make up the fabric of Córdoba.

SEDELLA

A village far above sea level and with a great appreciation of the outdoors, a visit to Sedella is done absolutely right with a hike or bike through the Sierra de Tejeda mountain range, studded with blooming almond trees, and a visit to the Arab-influenced town centre for some traditional roscos al horno and a glass of homemade red wine.

MÁLAGA

Rapidly emerging as a counterpart to Madrid and Barcelona in terms of arts and fine dining, Málaga is becoming known as Andalucía’s new cultural hub. Tastefully restored historic streets studded with bars and restaurants ranging from traditional to contemporary-chic, this is definitely the place to go to try some local moscatel with a bright, fresh seafood dish.

GRANADA

Sevilla’s edgier, more alluring and mysterious cousin, Granada, is home to the Albaycín and the prodigious Alhambra of the Nasrid dynasty – the “Jewel of Granada.” However, this city has even more to discover. Narrow, stepped streets lined with buildings in the typical mudéjar style seep history from every doorframe, and with each tapa you will discover yet another facet of this intriguing city.

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What they say about us?


The bespoke food and wine tour company Paladar y Tomar organizes unforgettable events across Spain, and one of the most immersive and impressive is this eight-day retreat to Andalucía.
- FORBES Lifestyle -
Since welcoming singer George Michael as the first guest in 2009, private rental estate Cortijo El Carligto has steadily expanded its in-house service offerings and A-list appeal to emerge as the premiere “gastro-villa” in Andalucia.
- Luxury Travel Magazine -
Culinary trips to excite your palate... expect innovative dishes
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