Grazalema White Village
Grazalema is a high mountain village of the Cádiz province (50 kilometers from Arcos de la Frontera), nestled in a valley and surrounded by the gorgeous landscape of the Parque Natural de Sierra de Grazalema. The area is ideal for nature walks and hiking. One of the best examples of an Andalusian Pueblo Blanco, this ancient Moorish village is a jumble of tightly packed whitewashed houses, narrow alleys, and quiet squares.
The maze of pedestrian streets leads to hidden spots and stunning viewpoints of the mountains. Grazalema has a lovely 18th-century church, the Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de la Aurora, and a 17th-century parish church, theIglesia de la Encaminación. The village is also well known for its traditional crafts and has aTraditional Textile Museum.