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Loved this village!

We drove up to Grazalema just in time for siesta. Fortunately, all of the restaurants were open... read more

Reviewed July 21, 2018
nancypH6606EN
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DELRAY BEACH, United States
A must in Grazalema. Permits now at local tourist information

This is a must among the Grazalema hikes. You need a permit (free) from the National Park... read more

Reviewed June 2, 2016
BeenThereAlready_12
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Frankfurt, Germany
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“Loved this village!”
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Grazalema, Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park, Spain
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Reviewed July 21, 2018

We drove up to Grazalema just in time for siesta. Fortunately, all of the restaurants were open. Plus, the town was getting ready for a fiesta so it was all decorated.

Thank nancypH6606EN
Reviewed April 27, 2018

Initial trail through Benaocaz village was closed since area is private property and there was some dispute with owner and village. Private farmland area had 2 dogs tied up to a barrel with a very short leash where they could hardly relieve themselves. Dogs were...More

2  Thank cecilhardy
Reviewed June 2, 2016

This is a must among the Grazalema hikes. You need a permit (free) from the National Park Administration. Some travel guides say you need to go the El Bosque and well in advance but that is outdated information. We got ours for the same day...More

4  Thank BeenThereAlready_12
Reviewed March 10, 2016

This was a nice hike, alternating walks through pleasant farms and fairly stiff hiking up rock strewn slopes.

Thank Mike_Sump
Reviewed August 9, 2015 via mobile

From Grazalema you can make beautiful hikes. Rocks, beautiful scenery, vultures, rivers, mountains, everything in place. The tourist service in town is very helpful and can provide you with maps for hiking.

4  Thank VeraLaura1962
Reviewed July 23, 2015 via mobile

It is an amazing, easy and funny route. I recommend to do it on spring season, because you may view a strange flower is called Peonías. Also, I recommend to wake up early in the morning because you can see some typically vulture. It is...More

Thank AndresEC4
Reviewed July 12, 2015

Nice to have it explained how the chasm came about. Good to know about the different types of rocks involved. Lots of cars stopping to take photos, and unfortunately somebody relieving themselves - but otherwise beautiful view

Thank Brigid S
Reviewed May 22, 2015

We hiked to the Salto del Cabrero in 2013, from Benaocaz, which is a lovely walk. You have great views but don't actually see the Salto del Cabrero itself. This year (2015) we hiked from Grazalema to Benaocaz and viewed Salto del Cabrero from a...More

Thank Neechan82
Reviewed November 2, 2014

Due to lingering problems with the first section of the trail that passes through private property, the trail is closed until further notice for reasons 'beyond the Park's control'.

1  Thank Clearwater_JC
Reviewed August 22, 2014

Since easter 2014 this footpath is closed. Part of the path goes through private property and the owner has finally given up talking to the park authorities about helping him with the 2000 or so people a month that walk through his land leaving gates...More

2  Thank 650clivem
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Puedes llegar fácilmente en coche, pero la ruta es caminando. Está bastante lejos de Granada; recomiendo alojarse por la zona.
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Richard & Darla K
July 11, 2016|
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From Granada to Ronda is far around 3 hours. I would dedicate a few days to white towns. then you coyld actually enjoy a few of them abd have a relaxed trip...not soo rushed. el bosque. .grazalema...ronda...zahara de sierra... More
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