Wouldn’t it be easier to go to work every morning knowing there’s a holiday just around the corner?
Purchase a voucher or two and redeem them when you next book at Finca Flores Amarillas*.
Or, why not purchase them for someone who desperately needs a break? A friend, a family member, an essential worker?
We'll send the vouchers with Finca Flores Amarillas envelopes. You can even leave personal notes on the back of the vouchers, before giving them to your loved ones.
How cool is that?
» Hard to find a more beautiful place than yours, impossible to find more kind and generous hosts... «
Jac and Karin, Belgium
€100 and €50
*Dates subject to availability.
Are your white T-shirts looking dull and drab? Is it time you renewed this classic item in your wardrobe?
Go for a foolproof fashion combo and wear them with your favourite pair of jeans. You’ll always look stylish.
We’ve kept our T-shirts simple. No slogans, just the name - Finca Flores Amarillas.
All our T-shirts are 100% cotton and come in a range of sizes.
Child sizes: 7/8, 9/10 and 11/12
Adult sizes: M and L
» I enjoy wearing the Finca Flores Amarillas T-shirt at work (healthcare worker). The cotton is soft and breathable. It fits perfectly under my white coat. «
Miguel is a painter, sculptor and a blacksmith with international repute and a recipient of multiple awards.
His art adorns the homes of Joaquín Cortés, the Beckhams and even the King and Queen of Spain!
He currently offers 3 limited collections (300 prints) – the Mater (Mother of…) collection, the Ángeles (Angel of…), and the Untitled one.
All prints are numbered, carry a watermark and the artist’s signature.
Choose yours here, and let us know your choice when you pay.
» Miguel's art is beautiful and inspired. I loved all of it. «
Size A3 (approx. 30 x 42 cm) €95
Size A4 (approx. 21 x 30 cm) €60
Why not turn your favourite photographs into lovely watercolour paintings? Maybe even those you took while staying with us?
Dori, our local artist, will create beautiful watercolours based on your photographs*.
Once you’ve completed the purchase, email us your photographs and we’ll make sure Dori gets cracking.
Size A3 (approx. 30 x 42 cm) €65
Size A4 (approx. 21 x 30 cm) €40
*Estimated time per painting is 1 week plus delivery time.
Gisela's second book on walks in Extremadura (the first one has been sold out, but there is a revised edition in the pipeline) will have you walking for days.
Get in touch with nature and indulge your senses as you choose between half or full day walks, combine them with visiting historic towns and villages, and trying local food.
When you order your copy, we will include a 10% discount voucher to use towards our delicious and nutritious packed lunches.
And, if you place your order with us, you will get a signed copy or one with a dedication.
» The peace and tranquility of the area is so relaxing. We have enjoyed the beautiful walks and the amazing variety of wildflowers. «
Peter and Maggie, UK
These hard-to-come-by walking guidebooks (all new!) are great companions for anyone planning to walk in Andalucía, southern Spain.
Guy Hunter-Watts is the author of all three. He takes you on walks through Natural parks, across mountains, gorges and Andalucía's majestic sierras.
You will discover that there is more to Andalucía than sandy beaches, tapas and flamenco.
Get yourself a copy and take a walk in Andalucían hills. Olé!
Clodagh and Dick Handscombe know their stuff.
Experts in Mediterranean gardening techniques with more than 20 years of experience, they have written a series of books that will be a useful reference throughout the year, whether you live in an apartment or have a garden.
Lorraine Cavanagh compiled this comprehensive guide to over 350 Mediterranean plants. It offers information on size & suitability, pruning, propagation and problems. As a bonus, all plant names come in English, Spanish and Latin.
All books are new, but there are very few left, so order yours and start showing off your garden.
Janet Mendel is the go-to author if you want to learn about Spain's national and regional cuisine. Her books include recipes, tips, photographs and a glossary.
Cooking in Spain is a classic in its field. It takes you on a culinary tour of Spain. This sparkling new edition will turn you into a true connoisseur of Spanish cooking.
If elaborate dishes are not your thing, try fixing up some tapas instead. Tapas are so quintessentially Spanish, try serving them with Spanish wine and some flamenco playing in the background.
If shopping for wine leaves you bewildered, we have the perfect book for you - Shopping for wine in Spain. Get your copy and start making informed, confident choices.
Here is a small selection of Spanish-learning materials.
The user-friendly dictionary is designed to suit the needs of learners of all ages and levels.
Simplified Spanish Verbs reduces the most commonly used verbs to their essential components (tenses) in an easy-to-understand fashion.
Emergency Spanish is a priceless little guide to make yourself understood when an emergency arises. From blocked sinks to health problems, always keep a copy with you.
The three books in this section all talk about Spanish history from a different perspective.
The Story of Spain is an excellent introduction to Spain's history and culture, from its origins to the present day.
Spain: A Literary Companion, as the name suggests, is a compilation of recorded observations of Spain, its history, culture, politics, and people. The author mixes his own experience with that of other travellers, writers, soldiers, adventurers, saints and sinners. Sounds like a fun read to us.
Al-Andalus or How Nature Shaped History is a wonderfully illustrated, personal tribute to the Iberian Peninsula.
These books will strike a chord of interest in all those who hold Spain dear to their heart.
Acclaimed as one of the greatest literary works of all time, Don Quixote has delighted generations of readers since it was first published in Spain in 1605.
Biting satire and brilliant irony characterise this book, regarded as the first modern novel.
Only the Bible outnumbers Quixote in translations, a measure of its popularity across the world.
No self-respecting library is complete without a copy of Don Quixote. Have you got yours yet?
When we started using La Chinata's 100% natural bath products at our bed and breakfast, they immedieately became a hit, and our guests have been buying them from us ever since.
All items in the basket are made with Extra Virgin Olive Oil. They will leave your skin soft, silky, moisturised and clean.
The basket represents the must-have selection of La Chinata's nine favourites - shower gel, shampoo and conditioner, a bar of soap and a liquid soap, hand cream, body lotion and body scrub, and foot & elbow cream.
Without a doubt, a classic gift for a classy lady.
Our village of Almoharin is famous for its dry fig variety called calabacita, or little pumpkin. In fact, Almoharín promotes itself as the Fig Capital of Europe.
The figs are collected from the ground in the early summer mornings, sorted, given a quick wash and left to develop a white, powder-like coating.
They keep for months, but that doesn’t really matter. They never last long once you open your package. Trust us.
But it does mean you can get more than one package!
We like to have them with our porridge or muesli in the morning, and they go great with salads.
» When I tried the dry figs from Almoharín, I became hooked. They are a staple now. «
Looking for a perfect gift to take to that dinner party and impress the hostess?
We recommend a box of exquisite fig bonbons.*
Not that we have anything to do with it, but we are so proud of the local fig factory.
Founded in 1989, they have stuck to one product only - fig bonbons.
At Rabitos Royale, they select the best figs, fill them with flavoured chocolate truffle, cover them with a thin layer of chocolate and voilá.
The bonbons come in 4 varieties. Pick your favourite!
- dark chocolate with a touch of brandy
- milk chocolate with a touch of salted caramel
- white chocolate with a touch of strawberry
- ruby chocolate with a touch of Marc de cava (sparkling wine) NEW!
» Thank you for introducing us to the fig chocolates! We are taking some home! «
Peter and Maggie, UK
*In order to preserve their quaility, we only ship them in the cooler months, generally from October till April.
**Please keep in mind we can only ship food products to Europe.
Pimentón de la Vera is so famous, world-renowned chefs use it in their cooking.
Take Jamie Oliver, for example. His Baked Paprika Cheese recipe only uses two ingredients, paprika and cheese, both from Extremadura.
Here's what he has to say about this 'smokey, gooey and delicious' vegetarian dish:
» For this recipe we used Torta del Casar, a soft-centered sheep’s milk cheese from Extremadura. If you can’t find it, try similar French or Portuguese cheeses that bake well. «
You can find the recipe here.
While we don't sell the cheese, you can get the paprika, just choose your intensity - sweet, semisweet or hot.
We wanted to end on a sweet note... (drumroll, please)
We present our hot, finger-lickin' chocolate treat, Paladin!
Don't be fooled, this is not a cocoa drink. This is a thick, gooey chocolate drink, ideal for dipping your churros (not included!), or just about anything edible in need of some extra sweetness.
It only takes a minute to prepare, so ideal for those midnight munchies.