Every aspect of this Bed & Breakfast is completely dedicated to pure Spanish enjoyment. Lydia and Erwin welcome you into their beautiful B&B.


Gorgeously situated in the middle of the hills, Bed & Breakfast Sol Y Monte lies minutes away from the picturesque Moorish town of Alora. Alora is well known for its remarkable castles, numerous restaurants and cosy terraces. From Malaga Airport, Sol Y Monte can be reached by car in approximately forty minutes. Optionally, a train leaves every half hour to Alora, where we will be able to personally pick you up.

Our accommodation is surrounded by a grand estate, stretching over 6 hectares, divided into our very own vineyard, an olive grove and several almond and citrus trees. Furthermore, various terraces and our grand poolside patio give you an absolute stunning view of the Spanish scenery.

Relaxing has never been this easy!


Our separate guesthouse offers two elegantly decorated guestrooms, both paired with two ensuite bathrooms, granting you all comfort you may require during your well-earned holiday. Additionally, we offer a family accommodation with two spacious double rooms, including a convenient bathroom. Breakfast is served every morning on your very own private patio where you can enjoy the rising sun shining over Sol Y Monte’s lovely orchard-filled surroundings. We aim to provide an extensive, fresh and delicious breakfast using as much quality, local and home-made produce as possible, as well as the opportunity to enjoy a delightful evening diner. Take a refreshing dip in our outdoor pool, lounge on our sun-drenched patio or unwind with a good book and some exquisite refreshments from our ‘honesty bar’. Naturally you can also appreciate some well-deserved peace and quiet on one of our many other terraces.

Taste the atmosphere


Alora is the absolute perfect base to explore the many surrounding sites and discover the breath-taking nature that illustrate this magnificent part of Spain. This charming village is in the exact historic centre of the so-called ‘Golden Triangle of Andalucía’; Cordoba, Granada and Sevilla.