Las Palmeras del Califa has been featured in The Times

After listing Madreselva Hotel as one of the 22 coolest Spanish beach hotels and featuring a great review of Plaza 18 Hotel, The Times has once again brought a focus on another Califa’s Hotel. In this case we’re talking about Las Palmeras del Califa, according to the British journal, “another ideal spot for a family foodie gathering is Las Palmeras del Califa, a gorgeous guesthouse in the Andalusian hilltop town of Vejer de la Frontera in southern Spain. Tucked away in the heart of Vejer’s medieval quarter, it’s spread over three levels with seven beautiful rooms sleeping 12, a rooftop terrace and a 14th-century Moorish courtyard whose pool acts as the focal point”.

Yellow Room.
The rooftop.

Breakfast is healthy and varied using local produce prepared daily.

“It’s on the edge of Andalusia’s ‘Sherry Triangle’, so you won’t be short of an aperitif, and also near the surfing beaches of El Palmar, Trafalgar Bay and Los Caños de Meca”.

El Jardín del Califa’s menu, adyacent to Las Palmeras, features tasty sherry wines.
the print edition piece in The Times (August).

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