Named after Aureliano Buendia, from One Hundred Years of Solitude by Gabriel García Márquez.
It comes from the careful restoration of an ancient piggery, and is made up of a double bedroom, a living room with equipped kitchenette, and a large bathroom.
Aureliano also has a little lawn and an equipped veranda, both private.
Its two large glass doors overlook the olive grove, and offer a breathtaking view of the valley.
The pieces of furnitures belong to our family's tradition or were made by local craftsmen. Design items are also used.
The floor is made of terracotta bricks, as well as the wooden beam ceiling and the bathroom's cladding.
Curtains are made of natural fibre by a traditional textile factory.
Aureliano has its own heating system.