Our smallholding is a wonderful spot to disconnect from the outside world. Although close to the buzzing town of tarifa, (3km), we are isolated in a quiet valley surrounded by nature and open space. We are totally self sufficient in water and sustainable electricity, and encourage guests to contemplate getting back to basics.
Enjoy being protected from the wind in an oasis in the valley, surrounded by views of the Straight of Gibraltar, the Mediterranean coast of Morocco, and the Atlantic Ocean, only 3km from the vibrant town of Tarifa.
Situated in Natural Park, Suerte Tierra is home to our young family, horses, a donkey, chickens, dogs, and an organic vegetable garden; a self catering cottage and our beautiful yurts.
The accommodation is charismatic and comfortable, enveloped in luscious gardens and powered exclusively by sun and wind. We also have a communal cooking area and terrace, bathroom and shower block and yurts in the garden for extra guests.
The entire farm has a good wi-fi connection, hot showers and a constant backdrop of tweeting birds and cowbells!
Suerte Tierra is the perfect getaway for families with kids, groups of friends, romantic couples and anyone looking for peace and quiet, close proximity to nature and all the attractions of Tarifa just 10 minutes away.
Guests are welcome to use the communal terrace with gas barbecue, kids play area with pirate ship and trampoline, hammocks, sunbeds, car park and some beach accessories. At certain times of the year we have fruit on the trees for your enjoyment and encourage people to visit our veggie garden, collect eggs from the chickens and generally feel at home.
There are some lovely walks / bike rides around the site and we have bikes to rent to anyone looking for an adventure!
We live on the property and are open to giving advice and having a chat about our place and lifestyle.. . .
We have some beautiful yurts on the property we love to show off, we keep bees and have several hives - but they don't bother guests! - and a big organice veggie garden. Visitors have privacy if they seek it but neighbours to socialise with if they like. The animals will socialise if encouraged, and generally disappear if ignored.
I'm German but have lived in Tarifa, Spain, for the last 12 years. My English partner and I have 2 children, a vegetarian restaurant and a small holding just outside Tarifa, with three yurts. We love nature and being outdoors, working on our land and eating good food. The simple pleasures in life!