Casita Botánica, Vegan Guesthouse in beautiful Andalusia Spain
Your vegan holidays away from the hustle and bustle and in the middle of everything!
This paradise on earth is a quiet, natural and beautiful place located in a lush, green valley near the authentic Andalusian town of Coín in the province of Málaga.
Here you can hear birds singing and the refreshing sound of the ever flowing stream Río Pereilas, our namesake.
Practise Yoga & Meditate with David at the terrace and let your creativity flow during an Art Class with Birgit.
Relax by our pool, in the hammocks, or in one of our cosy rooms and enjoy our delicious home-made vegan food.
Most people come for relaxing, the peace, nature, the quietness, so the accomodation isn't suitable for noisy parties, noisy children or -pets (both are allowed) and guests aren't allowed to bring or consume animal products at our terrain.
Finca Pereila is a genuine Andalusian country house with 2 spacious guestrooms and a ‘casita’, a little garden house, all with their private bathroom en-suite, and the casita has got a small terrace. The finca is embedded in a big terrain of about 2000 m2 with terraces and a large refreshing pool of 8 x 5 meters and a bar with outside kitchen for guests.
We’re is situated in a historical and picturesque part of Coín, in a valley with orange, lemon, and avocado trees, next to the ever-flowing stream Río Pereilas and beneath a pretty little chapel, the Ermita Nuestra Señora de Fuensanta.
Away from the crowds it’s a great escape from the hectic everyday life.
Things to know
In the surrounding areas you find many beautiful hiking paths and cycle routes. We are close to many highlights and amenities, but when you are in our little slice of paradise you’re far away from all the hustle & bustle and surrounded by nature. From the finca you can walk to the historical centre of Coín in just 30 minutes, many beaches at the Costa del Sol and iconic Marbella are at only 30 minutes driving distance, the cultural hub Málaga and Málaga Airport in 40 minutes, the popular walk ‘Caminito del Rey’ at about 45 minutes, and Ronda at about 1 hour drive away.
Coín is a typical Andalusian white village, situated in the Valle del Guadalhorce region, where you can enjoy nature and mountain views. The town is situated about 30 kilometers from Marbella, the popular Costa del Sol and 40 kilometers from the vibrant city of Málaga and the Airport.
At 5 minutes walking above the finca you find a pretty little chapel 'La ermita de la señora de la Fuensanta', dating from 1529 that has undergone reforms during the 18th century. Every year during May and the first week of June, pilgrimages called ‘Romerías, take place here. This happens with beautifully decorated horses, carriages and people in traditional flamenco clothing. Next to the ermita there’s a big terrain with little ‘houses’, some beautifully decorated, where this festivity takes place every year. During the rest of the years these ‘houses’, that are more like bars, are abandoned and it looks like a ghost town.
In the Coín area you can find natural parks for hiking, like Barranco Blanco or the pine forest ‘Los llanos del nacimiento’. There are more beautiful pintoresque mountain villages close to Coín worth a visit, like Monda, Ojén, Mijas Pueblo, Tolox, Alozaina, etc. You can make a tour along all these villages.
Coín has got everything you need, all supermarkets, bars and café’s are nearby and every Sunday there’s a nice market with vegetables and fruits of local farmers and a flee market in and next to shopping mall La Trocha.