The province of Cadiz boasts numerous places of great beauty as well as a coastline rich in flora and fauna. You can walk along its different routes, alternating between the sea and the mountains, the coast and the mountains, passing through the Jerez countryside, the beautiful villages of La Janda and the natural areas of Grazalema and Los Alcornocales.
From north to south and from east to west, the province of Cordoba is full of diverse landscapes in which the purest nature, heritage, history and traditions blend together. From the Sierras Subbéticas and the Sierra de Hornachuelos, to the Southern Wetlands and the Sierra de Cardeña y Montoro Nature Reserve. Walk along its trails to soak up its history and beauty.
A walk through what many consider the most beautiful street in the world. From Plaza Nueva to Paseo de los Tristes, this route condenses in 31 points of interest all the history of Granada and the cultures that have made it a unique place.
Village situated in the west of the province, in the corridor between the Sierra de Baza and Sierra Nevada and which communicates with the Marquisate of Zenete, in the province of Granada. It is included in the Sierra Nevada Natural Park, one of the natural paradises of the area due to its scenic, botanical and anthropological wealth, as well as for its fauna.
Within these surroundings and facing the plain, the village is located, spread along the side of the mountain foothills, offering that unmistakable appearance of the villages of Almeria with their houses in terraces, with flat roofs, showing their Arabic origin.
Next to the village is the interesting Holy Martyrs Chapel.
A small village located in the west of the province, in the corridor between the Sierra de Baza and Sierra Nevada which communicates with the Marquesado de Zenete, in the province of Granada. It is included in the Sierra Nevada Natural Park, one of the natural paradises of the area, for its scenic, botanical and anthropological wealth and for its fauna.
The village, situated at the foot of the mountain range, facing the plain, offers the typical appearance of the villages with Moorish origins, with narrow winding streets and whitewashed houses built in terraces and without roofs.