Situated conveniently just under thirty minutes away from Seville and Huelva. This sprawling expanse of 536 hectares offers picturesque pastures and holds immense potential.
The property is graced with two cortijos; while the primary one is habitable and requires reform, the other is awaiting a complete transformation. The estate boasts a pig farrowing shed, accommodating 75 females and 8 stallions. Alongside, there are ample pens to foster the growth of piglets post-farrowing, with an existing population of approximately 25 mothers.
The agricultural activities encompass cattle rearing, nurturing around 180 pigs. The livestock consists of 46 crossbred cows of the Retinto and Limousin breeds, aged around six years, along with a stallion of the same lineage.
A remarkable portion of the land has cork and holm oaks, spanning about 165 acres. Over the span of two sacas in 2024 and 2025, there will roughly be 6,000 quintals of cork. An additional 240 hectares are primarily eucalyptus trees. A significant portion (205 hectares) in the first or second cutting shift, boasting high-yield eucalyptus clones.
The agricultural diversity extends to encompass 85 hectares of forest biomass crops, triggering single payment entitlements. An additional plot of approximately 39 hectares is for annual crops. 2 wells that were previously used for irrigating strawberry fields, now serve the needs of the livestock.
A charming pine forest covering 8 hectares not only contributes to the property’s aesthetics but also adds a touch of natural beauty to the landscape. The estate benefits from basic payment entitlements amounting to 22,091€. When combined with other payments for paired beef and greening, the total reaches 40,000€.
Moreover, the property doubles as a personal preserve for small game enthusiasts. Offering an enticing blend of rural charm and recreational opportunities.