The famous writer Gerald Brenan lived in Alhaurin el Grande.The municipality pays tribute to him with an Annual Literary Competition. SOME THINGS NOT TO BE MISSSED WHEN IN ALHAURIN EL GRANDE MONUMENTS Visitors to Alhaurin el Grande must visit the Paca Mill, a tourist attraction that has been in operation for over a century, where you can learn about the traditional method of olive oil production.
There is a snack bar and room service is also offered.
There is a 24-hour reception, and you can hire a car or bicycle from the tour desk.
The beach is 2.5 miles away and you can drive to central Málaga in 10 minutes.
This property is also rated for the best value in Malaga!
Guests are getting more for their money when compared to other properties in this city.
ALHAURIN EL GRANDE In Alhaurin el Grande, located on the Sierra de Mijas hillside, beside large crop fields typical of the area, you can appreciate the Guadalhorce Valley landscape.
As well as natural landscapes, you can also enjoy the Easter Week, declared being of National Tourist Interest or learn about how olive oil is produced in the Molino de la Paca (La Paca Mill).
The village has an Agricultural Museum, where tools and objects used for the harvest in the region are kept, giving you a view into the daily lives of the inhabitants.
The restaurant was VERY nice and the staff attentive without being pushy.
The room had heaps of space and it was nice to sit on a comfy couch rather than the bed or a straight backed chair.
Would highly recommend this hotel and would say again.