With travel restrictions slowly becoming more flexible, Andalusia is starting to get its groove back. This region of Spain (arguably the most beautiful) is known for iconic cities like Seville or Granada, and holds a multitude of hotels located in the land’s former farms. Among them, El Carligto, redesigned by Alan Kazel and Marc Wills, might be one of the most attractive. Both of them are well aware of their customers ever growing desires, that’s why they decided to focus on a starred cuisine, both healthy and inventive, which they teach with cooking lessons. Other activities include yoga or initiation to flamenco (which can easily replace your daily cardio!). Beyond its meticulous decoration and a mind-blowing view on the Mediterranean sea, this small establishment is the perfect place to settle and go discover this region where Moorish history and the Grandees of Spain meet. In the cities’ small, sun-kissed alleys, the flowered balconies and typical churches are as many treasures to the delight of the modern adventurer. This is a idyllic yet realistic alternative for today’s world travelers in need of a change of scenery.