3 Km from Arcos de la Frontera

With a magnificent location 3 km from Arcos de la Frontera, on the road to Algar and in the heart of the Pueblos Blancos route, the surroundings are one of the attractions of the estate.

29 km from Jerez de la Frontera and its airport.
100 Km from Seville by motorway.
250 Km from Malaga.
195 Km from Marbella.
85 Km from Ronda.

How to get to Arcos de la Frontera?

From Jerez de la Frontera
Jerez de la Frontera is located 29 km from Arcos de la Frontera. The easiest way is to travel to Jerez by AVE (high speed train) or by plane and from there take a taxi to Arcos de la Frontera.

From Seville 100km
You can travel to Seville, located 100km from Arcos de la Frontera. You can arrive in Seville by plane or AVE and take a bus or rental car to finish your journey to Arcos de la Frontera.

From Malaga 250km
Many visitors to Faín Viejo, come to the Hacienda via a flight to Málaga-Costa airport, where they then hire a car to travel 250km to Arcos de la Frontera.

Arcos de la Frontera, Cádiz

Arcos de la Frontera is a town in the province of Cadiz, in the heart of Andalusia. It is considered the most populated and largest municipality in the Sierra de Cádiz region, which makes it an important tourist destination. Located 67 kilometres from the city of Cádiz and with a strategic position between the Jerez countryside and the mountains, Arcos de la Frontera has been occupied by humans since prehistoric times, being considered a strategic place due to its geographical location.

The chronicles of Arcos de la Frontera speak of Faín Viejo.

The chronicles of Arcos de la Frontera speak of the treasure of Faín, hidden within the property in gold bars. Some said that there was an underground room under the courtyard, with columns of gold, others that it was under the cross next to the ombú tree. The famous treasure has never been found.
A mystery that turns Faín Viejo into a Hacienda with its own history and identity.
Over the centuries, Faín Viejo has undergone numerous changes: monastery, Jesuit residence, prison during the Napoleonic invasion, and since the 19th century, an olive plantation belonging to the same family that now inhabits it.


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