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Grazalema

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Grazalema (population: 2550) is a town in the south-western Andalucia region of Spain. It is one of the largest 'white towns' (Spanish: pueblos blancos) of the Sierra la Grazalema national park, and is also Spain's wettest city.

Get in[edit]

Los Amarillos buses from Ronda heading for Ubrique.

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Do[edit]

Grazalema and its Sierra are great for walking and wild life. Two particularly good walks are those to El Salto del Cabrero (Goatherd's Leap) and the one past the Pinsapar ( a wood containing a very rare Spanish fir) to Benamahoma.

Buy[edit]

There are two banks (both with ATMs that accept foreign cards) in the central Plaza de España.

Eat[edit]

  • Restaurante Cadiz el Chico, Plaza de España, 8 (Near the Town Hall), +34 956132067. Good selection of meats. It is not easy to pay more than 30 €/person.

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