Uncle Nicolás’s story

Touristic apartments in the region of El Maestrazgo, traditionally used as Uncle Nicolás’s timber warehouse, a carpenter who Paco and Pili wanted to honour by converting this storage warehouse into a welcoming space built of stone foundations, ironwork and timber, where anyone wanting to enjoy the marvels of El Maestrazgo will feel at home during their stay in our apartments


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I have spent five wonderful days in these well-equipped apartments in El Maestrazgo, whose owners are very friendly and always willing to help. Paco has been our guide explaining things about the town and its surrounding areas. They offer a space to store and wash bikes, a recommended place.

– Luis from Facebook –

We spent a great weekend in El Maestrazgo. Great accommodation. A very nice and very clean apartment, tastefully decorated. Pili the owner was very likeable, we felt at home from the first moment. A beautiful area with breath-taking scenery.

– Herminia from Facebook –

Rural apartments perfect for a getaway in El Maestrazgo. Impeccable, very clean and cosy. You can perform many activities in the area, do not hesitate to ask the owners, they are very friendly.

– Raúl from Booking –

Excellent! A new and spacious house, with impeccable detail, home cleaning and personalized care, friendly and very attentive. Ten out of ten.

– Inma from Booking –

The ideal way to unwind from the city life and enjoy the tranquillity of El Maestrazgo. We loved the very familiar treatment of the owners. An endearing couple. Very comfortable and lovely apartment with everything you might need. Everything was in very good condition. A very quiet village and close to the ski slopes.

– Paula from Booking –


A municipality in the region of El Maestrazgo of remarkable wealth, a silent testimony to its stately past.

Today in Fortanete

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Recommended excursions in El Maestrazgo

Fortanete is strategically situated for anyone wanting to get to know and enjoy the region of El Maestrazgo. At the northern point of Pitarque y Cañada de Benatanduz, east of Cantavieja, south of Mosqueruela y Valdelinares and west of Villarroya de los Pinares. The possibilities are infinite.