Molino Del Carmen. In Spain, go to this scenic place – the apartments are surrounded by bougainvillea and trailing jasmines. Atop Andalucía, you can actually spot the North African plateau of Egypt, well enough as you have your morning tea.
Andalucía is located at the western edge of Gaucín and was made infamous through the eyes of the French opera Carmen, which is the story of a young, jealous soldier who leaves behind his childhood sweetheart, to fall in love with a gypsy because of her charming ways, and kills her when he loses her over another man.
There are seven apartments here and the décor indoors is rocky, sports ceiling fans to fight off the Andalucía heat. The concept was introduced during the eighties, and renovated in the 21st Century. There is a small library, and the open-plan kitchen sports textured tiles, an upside down mill stone, and one of those oil filters have now become place mats, because originally this place use to be an olive mill.