The House

Casa Lucia is a cozy and comfortable accommodation located in the old town of Requena and whose reconstruction combines respect for history and tradition with the comfort you expect from a modern establishment.

Cocina Casa Lucia Requena

The Village of Requena


The historical and cultural heritage of the city of Requena revolves around the status of border town along the different historical periods and tradition of winemaking. The ancient walled Old Town, its fortified buildings and ancient urban cellars dug in the ground, and the remains of the site of The Pilillas are proof of this.

A surprising natural environment

From Casa Lucia you can enjoy nature the way you like. We offer hiking trails, mountain bike trails, adventure activities, river boating, horseback riding, and many more ways to discover the wonderful natural environment that offers Requena.

The land of vineyards

As wine area, he lived his best moments in the late nineteenth century and early twentieth century, when it began to supply the European market with its wines. The wine remains one of the earliest references of the region, which produces red and pink with Utiel-Requena and international prestige cava. In recent years through research and test new production methods it has ensured that the indigenous grape variety: Bobal, show all his qualities in increasingly better and more recognized by critics wines.

An environment that is worth knowing

The yellow, red and ocher tones of the vineyards in autumn take over the landscape of the fields in the Utiel – Requena. Wine is today one of the axes of the area and sightseeing reason: the grape harvest festivals, the Wine Museum (Requena), the old urban cellars dug in the ground. But history has also left in the towns of Requena and Utiel monuments and urban patchwork of Muslim, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque flavor. Both cities deserve sedate walk, after which enjoy the rich local cuisine. The natural attractions are also first-order: peak Tejo and interesting vegetation; Sinarcas pine forests, the river Cabriel and its “Hoces del Cabriel” Natural Park,  etc. It is a valuable habitat for riparian vegetation and numerous protected wildlife. Some of the places of interest are the knives Fuenseca (climbing area), the valley of Fuenseca or meanders known as “Las Hoces”.