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.
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.
There are two banks (both with ATMs that accept foreign cards) in the central Plaza de España.
- Restaurante Cadiz el Chico, Plaza de España, 8 (Near the Town Hall), ☏ . Good selection of meats. It is not easy to pay more than 30 €/person.
- [dead link] Hotel Peñón Grande, Plaza Pequeña, 7, ☏ , fax: , ✉ email@example.com. Central but very quiet. 55 €/double room.
- 1 Hotel Fuerte Grazalema, Baldío de los Alamillos Carretera A-372, km 53, ☏ . The Fuerte Grazalema Hotel is nestled within the beautiful Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park, found in the Cadiz province of Spain.