Rural Casas Puente del Segura are situated in a prime location in the heart of the mountains in the village of El Gallego Elche de la Sierra (Albacete)
Located just 100 meters from the River Segura, so you may enjoy Coto Intensive Fisheries Truchero and Restaurant Rio Segura.
Our houses offer excellent views of the countryside, practice hiking trails, visits to the region of the Sierra del Segura (monuments, festivals, ...), enjoy the gastronomy, cycling and many more activities.
The houses have been designed so you can relax and enjoy a few days in a rural setting with family or friends. They are equipped with spacious terraces, individual barbecue, a traditional interior, spacious living room with fireplace, fully equipped kitchens and cozy rooms. We provide a wide range of services to have a pleasant and memorable stay.
Thanks to our wonderful vegetation wood supply is not a problem, and respecting the environment, you will find an assortment good wood to warm up in the cold heat of the chimney days for that, all the houses have a first load, you can use whenever you want.
FLAVORS OF Elche
Only 50 mts. our accommodation, we have the Restaurante Rio Segura, a place with stunning views, and exceptional food, meat, fish, stews, desserts, etc. everything you need while you stay in our homes, from breakfast, through lunch and ending with dinner, will always be at our disposal, including a menu can charge them in advance, they will gladly prepare.
ON gastronomy Elche:
The gastronomy of Elche de la Sierra is built on the basis of the typical cuisine of the mountains. Local products of high quality are the protagonists of a future of recipes that reach in the culinary arts elcheñas, serrano shades mixed with Levantine influences, Murcia, Andalusia and La Mancha, resulting in a twist characteristic and inimitable gastronomy this place. The rabbit, hare, partridge and wild boar are part of the cast of base ingredients, along with mushrooms, thistles, chanterelles, etc. They are as succulent as original dishes.
The Gachasmigas, Flour Migas, Zanguango, Ajopringue, Gazpacho, Mojetes, Potajes o Guisao Pumpkin, are inexpensive and nutritious dishes, which serve to the delight of diners.
There is no better way to put an end to a meal with a good dessert. In Elche, the specialty is Easter muffins, which are made with egg, bread, honey, cinnamon, anise and orange rind. After making small balls resulting from the mixture of these ingredients, fry and then cook them in water with honey, orange peel, anise and cinnamon. The result is a treat not to be missed. Also typical rolls of San Blas, Candelarias, muffins, rolls Wine and Anise, Sighs and Leaflets