Although our halls were already “baptised” when they were set up, some time ago we thought of personalising a little more the names we had chosen years ago. 

We thought: Why don’t we name our spaces dedicated to the celebration of events with names of our region? We decided to do so and we will now explain what each of them refers to:

El Jardal Restaurant

Naturally, that’s our brand, and the restaurant had to bear its hallmark. Here you can enjoy a delicious and varied menu, ensuring the best service from our team of waiters and waitresses. 

Arriaza Hall

This hall used to be our old terrace, and when we thought of covering it, we did not hesitate to obtain advice from Joaquín Arriaza, who is an artist from La Puebla de Cazalla. He has been the decorator of El Jardal and it seemed fair that one of our halls should bear his name: Arriaza Hall.

Castillo de Luna Hall

Being the most prominent room in our Hacienda, we thought it should be named after a local historical place: Castillo de Luna. 

Although only ruins remain today, Castillo de Luna is located on the Cerro del Moro hill in the municipality of La Puebla de Cazalla. In Roman times it was known as Castel-lo, while the Muslims called it Alcazaba. That is where the defence of the town was located, and that is also where our history unfolded.

Albero Hall

This is the most charming room and can be used for baptisms, communions or small weddings, as well as for business meetings, company events,… 

Its colours and decoration bring back memories of one of the elements that most identifies us in this land: the “albero” (packed crushed rock). We paint details of our façades in this colour. In addition, parks, bullrings, etc. are covered with this pulverized rock, and the best thing is that it is a rock that was formed in our land, in the Guadalquivir river basin.

Fuenlonguilla Hall

This is our ballroom par excellence and where the closing of a wedding party is held. 

Where does this peculiar name, Fuenlonguilla, come from? It is the name of a fountain and an ancient watering place of Arab origin. It was a crossroads where shepherds and flocks from different parts of Andalusia used to rest. Today, Hacienda del Carmen, also known as Fuenlonguilla, hosts the most important cultural event in La Puebla de Cazalla. This is called Reunión de Cante Jondo, which is a flamenco festival.

Our ballroom, that was once that fountain today located in a beautiful park which is next to our Hacienda, is a meeting place, a place for chats, conviviality and fun.

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