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Colombian coffee is second to none. This region's terraced slopes provide the perfect environment for the coffee to grow with the climate and precipitation levels being ideal.

Cocora Valley, ColombiaThis lush, green region not only has a temperate climate for travelers but is also home to the snow capped peaks of the Parque National Los Nevados.

It has three main cities; Manizales, Pereira and Armenia. None of them are particularly beautiful but provide a good base from which to visit the lush green valleys and spectacular Andean peaks.

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    Places near Zona Cafetera

    Accommodation choices for Zona Cafetera

    We’ve selected a range of accommodation options for when you visit Zona Cafetera. Our choices usually come recommended for their character, facilities and service or location. Our specialists always aim to suggest properties that match your preferences.

    • Termales La Quinta

      Hacienda Termales La Quinta


      Termales La Quinta is renowned for its well-preserved architectural beauty and spectacular bucolic surroundings in the heart of Colombian coffee country.

    • Reserva El Cairo, Armenia

      Reserva El Cairo


      A humble eco-friendly hotel nestled in the heart of Colombia’s lush coffee region.

    • Finca Bambusa

      Hacienda Bambusa


      A Spanish colonial-style villa and former family home, this place is a real retreat. Set amid farmland in Colombia’s Zona Cafetera (coffee region), it has a handful of spacious rooms, flower-and-hummingbird-filled grounds, a good pool, and high-quality dining.

    • Hacienda Venecia, Manizales

      Hacienda Venecia


      For a true taste of Colombia's coffee region look no further than Hacienda Venecia. This traditional, family owned hacienda offers guests an insight into the region and a stunning location.