Cadena Azul from Orce, Granada, discovering its natural wonders

Cadena Azul from Orce, Granada, discovering its natural wonders

31/07/2023 Business News 0

Good Morning program, aired on the 28JUL23 live from the Granada highlands, from the municipality of Orce.

Where visitors can enjoy its magnificent gastronomy, its cave houses, its natural springs, and its Paleolithic museums.

Radio Transcription:

Here we are, tuned in for a good morning on Cadena Azul Radio, broadcasting through 107.8 FM frequency modulation. And as always, you can also listen to us via the internet on your mobile device from anywhere in the world, and also from here, from this region in the province of Granada.

We were doing this special morning program today on Cadena Azul Radio since 11 am, with Christian who comes and lives here in Orce, but who came from Germany. Christian, how are you?

Good morning.

Hello, good morning.

He is the owner of Cuevas La Veranda.

Yes, I have Cuevas La Veranda and I’m German, living here in Fuente Nueva for almost two years.

I see. What are Cuevas La Veranda?

Cuevas La Veranda is a complex of caves that merged into a large cave estate four years ago. Four years ago, La Veranda. I created this habitat and it became the first cave hotel in Spain, very famous and popular.

How many cave houses are there in La Veranda?

In La Veranda, there are cave houses, right?

One house for eight people, one house for seven people, and a romantic house for two people. Two caves were added under La Veranda that year, and they are currently being renovated.

There are other caves currently not renovated in La Veranda, right?

What services do you offer to tourists besides the cave?

All the caves are equipped with all the amenities you would expect from a vacation rental, varying depending on the size, from beds to a complete kitchen and washing machine. In addition, each cave has its own terrace to relax and a shared swimming pool with massage jets. Free private parking is always included.

Here we continue in the hot spring of Fuen Caliente. And here we continue talking with Christian from Cuevas La Veranda, getting to know a little more about what they are, right? What sets Cuevas La Veranda apart from other cave houses around here?

Yes, all the caves in La Veranda are very original and very ancient, but perfectly restored and very charming. The entire La Veranda estate where I live is very large, with a French castle and a simple cave equipped with furniture and decorations from the past. It consists of three living rooms, three bedrooms, and four bathrooms. You feel transported to another time in the cave house, enjoying great comfort and tranquillity. The location in a canyon is ideal for relaxation and tranquillity.

Mm, what activities can be done in the surroundings of these caves or nearby?

They are ideal for a vacation with many outdoor activities, such as hiking, cycling, and exploring beautiful natural surroundings. The region offers stunning landscapes and picturesque trails for nature enthusiasts. Additionally, you can visit nearby historical sites and cultural attractions, immersing yourself in the rich history and heritage of the area.

For those who enjoy gastronomy, the region is known for its delicious traditional cuisine. You can indulge in local delicacies and experience the authentic flavours of the region. There are also opportunities for wine tasting and exploring the local wineries, as the region is renowned for its production of high-quality wines.

Furthermore, if you’re interested in archaeology, there are archaeological sites in the vicinity where you can learn about the ancient civilizations that once inhabited the area. It’s a great opportunity to delve into the past and discover the fascinating history of the region.

In summary, Cuevas La Veranda offers a unique and memorable experience for visitors. With its charming and well-equipped cave houses, tranquil surroundings, and a range of activities to enjoy, it’s an ideal destination for a relaxing and enjoyable vacation.

Cave “Rustico”

Cave “Mixto”

Cave “Antiguo”


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