The writer, in the late eighties, fell in love with the property "La Baltasara", which maintains the peasant architecture of the 19th century, a place hidden from the public and a refuge for Don Antonio Gala.
The Baltasara has metamorphosed into House Museum, but remaining intact: both the main house, of about 380 m2, as the rest of the rooms and gardens and orchards that make up the farm -of 30,000 m2-, bordered by the river Fahala.
They are just as the writer left everything, after his definitive departure to Córdoba.
It was his secret garden and his closest friends: his garden guests.
Here he wrote most of his great work.
Parking and transport
- Own parking
- Can be reached by public transport
- Other payment systems