Casa Rural situated in Babeza del Buey in La Serena, one of the meccas of Spanish birding for its strong populations of steppe and farmland birds. This house has five double rooms and a small annex partment for two people.
This casa rural is found in Cabeza del Buey, one of the towns on the dge of La Serena, the mst extensive area of protected steppe habitat in Spain, and one of the largest uncultivated areas of pseudosteppe in Europe. An essential stop on the itinerary of all birders given that the rea is full of emlematic species like Great and Little Bustards, Black-bellied and Pin-tailed Sandgrouse, Montagu’s Harrier, Stone Curlew, Calandra and Greater Short-toed Larks. The surrounding sierras are good places to look for Golden and Bonelli’s Eagles, Black Stork and Egyotian Vulture among others. In the olive groves near the twon it is possible to see Rufous Scrub-robin.
This is a typical Extremaduran cortijo dedicated to sheep-farming, and is a great place to learn more about this style of farming, its farms and implements. It is also close to toen and the local swimming pool.
There are five double rooms and three bathrooms, but if you include the two supplementary beds there is space here for up to 12 people. There is also an annex partment that sleeps two and comes with bathroom and kitchen.