Grazalema Sierra Walk
Grazalema Sierra Walk overview
|Single supplement from:||£140.00|
|First available departure:||1 Sep 2016|
|Last available departure:||31 May 2017|
The pretty, white town of Grazalema is a perfect walking base, with an astonishing array of flora and fauna in the surrounding mountains.
- self-guided, single-centre walk
- wide range of walks in Andalucia's Grazalema Natural Park
- hire car included for exploring the famous white towns
- rare wildlife and an array of colourful flora
The amazing landscapes and fresh mountain air of the Grazalema Natural Park make for wonderful, rewarding walking in Spain’s deep south. Africa is close in every sense, from the scent of orange trees to the Moorish influence on the whitewashed buildings. If the scenery is magnificent, equally outstanding is the wildlife – the craggy limestone peaks shelter surprisingly green valleys and gullies, which in turn are home to an astonishing array of flowers and birds.
Of the region’s famed pueblos blancos (‘white towns’), Grazalema is one of the prettiest, framed by mountains and with sloping cobbled streets, and makes a perfect base for a week of walking and discovery. This is an area we know very well – Inntravel has offered holidays here for many years – and we offer an exceptionally wide range of detailed and informative walking routes. Fantastic at any time of year, they are particularly special in April and May, when flowers line the paths.