The Hacienda Santa Ana, architecturally designed according the Roman model of an enclosed and fortified house, was built in 1861 and was mainly used for the cultivation of olive trees. Based on the classical architectural model, it has a noble house, or manor house, social halls, chapel, stables, personnel dwellings, or gañanías, gardens and a courtyard with orange trees. Some later additions have been made to these old buildings, such as the bullfighting ring and the boxes for the stud farm. It has a chapel, a bullring, boxes and riding arena.
The Hacienda Santa Ana has rooms completely refurbished in the purest Andalusian style, with en-suite bathrooms. It also has four houses ideal for enjoying nature, consisting of 2 bedrooms with en-suite bathrooms, a living room with a fireplace (free firewood), air conditioning, heat pump, a fully equipped kitchen with a washing machine, a refrigerator and a ceramic hob.