The House of La Muralla is located in Segura de la Sierra, a fortified medieval village with a rich artistic and natural patrimonial heritage. Settled on the slopes of a mountain crowned by a castle at an altitude of 1200 ms, the village is surronded by an unspoiled sierra, The Sierra de Segura in the Nature Park of  Cazorla, Segura and Las Villas in Jaén, Andalucía.

The house, like the rest of medieval houses in the street, was built attached to the old Arab wall that surrounded the village. It is in this old quarter where the urban and architectural structure has been preserved in harmony with its natural surroundings. The houses share historic and patrimonial character with interesting monuments such as the Imperial Fountain, the Church of the Jesuites, the Arab Baths and the Door of Catena.

The  House of La Muralla  is enclosed in an Arab tower, around a patio. It’s restoration aimed at the preservation of its particular architectural and historic character. The use of traditional building materials, minimal intervention, simplicity of furniture, fitting and decor intend to offer an evocative experience to the discerning tourist appreciative of an architecture coherent with the territory and its secular rigurosity.

All the units have central heating, fireplaces, linen and kitchen equipment, microwave oven, TV and internet. We recycle and use eco-friendly cleaning products. There are tea, coffee, milk and ecological olive oil from the region at your disposal.

Windows and terraces offer amazing views of the sierras and the extense valley of olive groves below dotted with small villages.

Caballeros Santiaguistas is a  pedestrian street, there is parking space in the Plaza del Altozano, 40 ms from the house.

Hiking is the main activity in the area as there are many kilometres of paths that wind their way through pine forests and sites of botanical, zoological and geological interest. Climbing, horse riding, cycling, paragliding are also available. You can visit the hamlets and villages around and, one hour drive away, the towns of  Úbeda and Baeza declared World Heritage by the Unesco. The olive oil produced in the region has special denomination “ Sierra de Segura” and should be tasted. 

The House of La Muralla offers 2 independent units to rent.

- The  STUDIO,  converted from the old barn of the house, capacity for 2 people.

- The  DUPLEX , an ancient cave, capacity for 4 people.