The most important room in Nuevespigas whose view of the village of the same name dominates windows and terraces of this large and luminous room. The lila and blue colors found on walls and fabrics beckon you to enjoy rest and relaxation whether sitting on the confortable two-seater sofa or out the terrace contemplatin the sun or the stars.
The iron headboard and the wooden rocker make this the most "countryfield" room located between "Casarabonela" and "Istán". The well placed double bed permits you to enjoy views of the mountains and the nearby village of Casarabonela while resting comfortably.
The burgundy curtains and the tall wooden headboards combine to give a regal air to this room with a balcony open to the vast views where you can distinguish Cártama, Alhaurín el Grande and Coín, three of Malaga's largest villages.
"Alicia's Room" the favorite room of Alicia, daughter of the owners of Nuevespigas, is located in the south-east corner of the first level. Sitting comfortably in the high backed armchair in Alozaina you can see both the sun and the moon rising, something spectacular during full moons.
The "little birds" room. Everything clamors comfort and coquettishness, from the various tones of yellow and the fabrics full of birds ready to take flight to the mirror on the dresser reflecting this warm and enticing atmosphere.
The smallets and most lillac of the three rooms painted this color; it nevertheless boasts the largest terrace of the three. You need only open the windows and allow in the sun, bright and shining, to make big this cozy room.
With an oriental feel in the paintings above the headboard, Ojén invites us to take pleasure in the welcoming terrace with views of Casarabonela and the mountains. Situated at the end of the second level you will experience here more peace and tranquility.
Even though Yunquera is a village in the mountains of Málaga, you will feel quite "french" in this room with the beautiful blue "toile de joie" fabrics and the collection of engravings of women's fashions from a bygone era. Romantic and carefully selected decorations for this unforgettable room.
"Verde que te quiero verde" meaning, green how I love you green. Green is this room situated on the ground floor. If you look carefully you can spot Nuevespigas in the watercolor, painted by a local artist, of the village of Casarabonela that dominates one of the walls.