Airbnb’s holiday rental in Spain is attracting a lot of attention for making Netflix very similar to the stairs in Squid Game.
The residential complex, known as La Muralla Roja, which translates as “Red Wall,” was designed in 1968 by Ricardo Bofill and built in 1973.
Something like a castle or a maze, the reinterpretation of Kasbah and North African mansions includes three types of accommodation: studios and two- and three-bedroom apartments.
Fifty houses are scattered throughout the complex and can be accessed through a set of patios and stairs.
The colorful walls and dramatic ambience are located on top of the rocky cliffs overlooking the Balzan Sea, Manzanera, Kalpe.
In the past, vibrant colors gave La Muralla Roja his name and fame (before the Squid Game). The variety of reds in appearance is different from the landscape, the light blue, indigo and purple colors painted on the courtyard and stairs are in harmony with the sky.
Prices range from $ 110 to $ 270 per night.
The unique feature of each accommodation is the ocean view from the balcony, which is equipped with a swimming pool and a terrace on the roof.