Venta de Alfarnate
In Alfarnate, La Venta de Alfarnate dates from the 13th century, and is considered to be the oldest in Andalusia. Because of the numerous stories and legends revolving around it, it is deemed to be a genuine popular monument, it is not for nothing that today it houses the "Museo del Bandolerismo Andaluz" (Museum of Andalusian Banditry).
All kinds of people all of all social classes have passed through here: mule drivers, black-marketeers, bandits, etc. even King Alfonso XIII and San José de Calasanz, not forgetting artists, painters, etc. La Venta de Alfarnate remains faithful to its beginnings, its mystery and romantic magic.
Its gastronomy is primarily based on the traditional specialities of the mountains and the Andalusian countryside, prominent dishes include: Alfarnate-style breadcrumbs, "huevos a lo bestia" (scrambled eggs with cured meats), kid with garlic, lamb blood sausage fried with tomatoes, or scrambled eggs with thistles and aniseed pasties.
Tuesday to Sunday, 10am to 6pm.
Services and infrastructure
- Accessible for handicapped
- Facilities for Disabled
- Historic building
- Private lounges
- Unique building