Getting To Casa La Celada

Map of Southern Spain showing Iznajar, 5 mins drive from La Celada

Google Link to Casa La Celada

Car Hire :

We think a car is an essential part of your holiday – simply because by the time you have paid for taxis to and from the airport and a couple of shopping trips to Rute, that’s the cost of your car hire!

There are masses of companies to choose from – we have often used www.carjet.com and www.autoslido.es.  Our least favourite is Goldstar because of the queues.

Airports :

Granada or Malaga – 1 hour drive

Seville – 3 hour drive

Madrid – 5 hour drive

BY AIR

Our nearest airports are either Granada or Málaga – both around an hour away depending on traffic.

From Granada Airport

Take the A-92M direction Córdoba and Sevilla and come off at the junction immediately AFTER the A45 junction to Málaga – it is signed to Iznájar and Salinas.

Right at the T-Junction.Continue without deviation on the A333.You will cross the border between Málaga and Córdoba and start to descend around the spectacular views of Iznájar and the lake.

Cross over two bridges, which bring you around the cliff of Iznájar on your right – the road changes to A331.

Continue round the corner and up the hill, passing bars, a builders’ merchant and after the corner a petrol station on your left.

At the top of the hill, there is a tiny right turn signed La Celada 1,2km opposite El Charcon Bar.Turn Right. Follow this road to the end, winding through the olive groves.

At the T Junction, turn right again.

As you drive into the Plaza de San José, Casa La Celada is directly in front of you, a wedge shaped white house with white and blue tiles around the lowest metre.Park to the right side of the house where you will find our front door.

From Málaga Airport:

Take E15, N30 signed to Málaga, Torrevieja & Cádiz

Keep in Left hand lane following signs for N30 Málaga & St. Julian

Bear round to right to join motorway.

Stay in right hand lane following signs to Motril, Antequera A45.

Follow Signs to Córdoba A7.

At Junction 241 bear off to the right following signs to A45 Córdoba, Granada &Sevilla

At Junction 139 follow signs to A92(M) Granada (bearing right and changing motorways)

At Junction 1, which is NOT the first junction after the motorway split, come off to right following signs to Salinas, A333, Villanueva de Tapia

At the T- Junction turn left bringing you under motorway bridge

Passing through Salinas, at the T Junction turn left signed Iznájar, Rute, Villenueva,Córdoba.

Continue without deviation on the A333.You will cross the border between Málaga and Córdoba and start to descend around the spectacular views of Iznájar and the lake.

Cross over the two bridges passing Iznájar on your right – road name changes to A331 -and continue round the corner and up the hill, passing a petrol station on your left.

At the top of the hill, there is a tiny right turn signed La Celada 1,2km opposite El Charcon Bar.Turn Right. Wind down through the olive groves.

At the T Junction, turn right again.

As you drive into the Plaza de San José, Casa La Celada is directly in front of you, a wedge shaped white house with white and blue tiles around the lowest metre.Park to the right side of the house where you will find our front door.

From Madrid

A4 – E5 Southbound past Aranjuez, Consuegra, Manzanares, Valdepeñas, through the famous pass of Desfiladero de Despeñaperros, Bailén. After La Carolina be ready to change motorways to A44 / E902 signed to Jaén.

Outside Jaén change again to the A316 signed to Torre del Campo then on to Martos and Alcaudete.

At the T-Junction in Alcaudete (large petrol station on your left) turn right onto the N432 signed Baena and Córdoba.

After about 15 km bear left signed Doña Mencia, Cabra and Lucena (A318).

After Cabra, you arrive in the outskirts of Lucena at a set of traffic lights.  Turn LEFT.  You will pass two petrol stations, one on each side.

At the roundabout, turn Left, signed to Rute A331.

Stay on this road!  It is a winding mountain road and will take you through the villages of Llanos de Don Juan, Zambra, and through Rute.  Once you leave Rute you are 8km from La Celada.

You will drive past a turning to La Hoz, then a turning to El Higueral and Solerche.  From this turning you drive up a hill, and at the top is a large road sign pointing straight ahead for Iznájar, and left to La Celada.  There is a bar and bus stop on your right.

Turn left for La Celada.  Wind down through the olive groves.

At the T Junction, turn right again.

As you drive into the Plaza de San José, Casa La Celada is directly in front of you, a wedge shaped white house with white and blue tiles around the lowest metre.Park to the right side of the house where you will find our front door.

From Córdoba

From Córdoba, follow the A45 motorway signed Sevilla and MálagaNOT MADRID!!

It splits very quicky into the A4-E5 to Sevilla, and the A45 continues to Málaga – follow signs to Málaga.

You will drive down past signs for Montilla, Auilar de la Frontera, Monturque, Moriles and Cabra.

Come off at junction 12 signed Lucena and Puente Genil A340.

Go under motorway towards Lucena.

At the huge roundabout, go straight across.

At the traffic lights.  Turn RIGHT.  You will pass two petrol stations, one on each side.

At the roundabout, turn Left, signed to Rute A331.

Stay on this road!  It is a winding mountain road and will take you through the villages of Llanos de Don Juan, Zambra, and through Rute.  Once you leave Rute you are 8km from La Celada.

You will drive past a turning to La Hoz, then a turning to El Higueral and Solerche.  From this turning you drive up a hill, and at the top is a large road sign pointing straight ahead for Iznájar, and left to La Celada.  There is a bar and bus stop on your right.

Turn left for La Celada.  Wind down through the olive groves.

At the T Junction, turn right again.

As you drive into the Plaza de San José, Casa La Celada is directly in front of you, a wedge shaped white house with white and blue tiles around the lowest metre.Park to the right side of the house where you will find our front door.


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