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We tell you about a special day in the three-day horseback excursion Tambor del Llano-Benamahoma-Zahara de la Sierra-Tambor del Llano that we have done with the tireless riders Natalie and Franc.
At 10 am we find ourselves at the beautiful Venta el Bujío, one of the ends of the Majaceite river route between Benamahoma and the forest. We cross the Majaceite, with its fresh smell of fig trees, and we begin the ascent through an old path that then enters what is called the “Belgian farm”. Let's hope the path will be reopened soon, cleaning it of vegetation!
As we go up, Benamahoma shrinks behind us. To the right, the southern slope of the monumental Sierra del Pinar covers us the sun. The previous day, the very steep Tambor-Benamahoma route through Puerto del Boyar had let us see the northern slope of that Sierra. The vegetation is very different in this area of ​​the Grazalema Park, much warmer: there are hardly any cork oaks and there are many gall oaks, wild olive trees, feijoas ... Of course, as we go up the beginning of the Pinsapar on the north face is glimpsed.
The first female deer appear running in front of the horses. Shortly after, while they drink, a large deer with grown antlers runs out of the forest and crosses the path to the other side. A couple of kilometers later we witness a show typical of the autumn of the Natural Park and worthy of a safari: in a plain a large male deer woos a female and defends her with his bellows from another male that, a little further up the road , he yells to attract the female and steal her from his opponent. The bellowing live and direct! {Gallery} Ruta Benamahoma Zahara 



The ascent progresses and the landscape becomes more alpine, almost at the height of the Pinsapar de la Sierra opposite, the vegetation is very low in ours and beef cows graze and look at us curious. From above we see Benamahoma very below. The road is now flat and, with a good gallop, we cross the plateau that forms the port: at the end of it, the view of Sierra Margarita opens to the left.
When we leave the Sierra behind, the vast expanses of the northeast appear before us and Algodonales can be seen. Raúl, our guide, tells us that on clear days, you can see Seville in the background. Raúl had not come here since 1996 but he spent many days of his childhood and early youth in these mountains, when this was not dedicated to hunting big game but was a hedgehog that sustained many families.
We passed by the farmhouses, one renovated and the other already in ruins, where many years before his father and mother had grown up and had met before she left for Villaluenga and he had to spend a whole day on horseback in their visits. But that is another story.


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Starting this Friday, July 3, visitors can make them by appointment. There will be day and night visits. The Benamahoma Cultural Center or the Grazalema public laundry will be visited among other spaces.
The city of Grazalema will begin its tourist promotion campaign for the summer with the launch of guided tours in the municipality. They can be carried out during all the weekends of the months of July and August in the morning and at night; and in two languages: Spanish and English.
Those responsible for carrying them out will be the technicians of the Tourism Department together with the local local active tourism company Horizon, to which the City Council has contracted part of the service. The guides, in addition to accompanying visitors through the network of our towns, will present our history, customs and local curiosities.

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We reopen the doors with more desire and enthusiasm than ever. After this period of confinement, we propose that you meet again in the heart of nature.
Exclusive offer for clients who have previously been to Tambor del Llano and have shared our little piece of paradise.
Until September 30, 2020
Rates VAT included for two people
Minimum 2 nights

Category Room




Breakfast and dinner


112 €


117 €


128 €

It includes:
  • Minimum 2 nights for 2 people in all room categories.
  • Expandable to more nights with this discount
  • Half board (breakfast and dinner)
  • Available from Monday to Sunday, from now until September 30, 2020.
  • To make the reservation through the web with the code that we have sent you or by phone 674 48 48 85
To enjoy a stay with all the comfort of our facilities, our services and activities, and with all the security and prevention measures set by the health authorities for this period. The Sierra de Grazalema is beauty, it is relaxing and it is a guarantee of a holiday without crowds.
  • If you do not want to move to eat outside the farm, we offer you a picnic or lunch by reservation.
  • Complete your experience enjoying horse riding, hiking, our new pool ...
  • Book your room now from our website https://www.tambordelllano.es/
The perfect plan to reconnect!

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Andalusia Day is celebrated on February 28 and commemorates the creation of the autonomous community in 1980
From Friday 26 to Monday, March 1 included 
Take advantage of this holiday and come and enjoy a long weekend in the Sierra de Grazalema. Relax, beauty and nature, without forgetting the good and varied cuisine of the area.
Tambor del Llano is in the heart of the Natural Park and offers you the comfort and the best location to walk or enjoy the White Villages of Cádiz and Málaga.
We offer you accommodation and breakfast not included. You can choose between different activities: horseback riding, hiking, yoga, massage ...
Consult us and enjoy your stay
The place name "Andalucía" was introduced in the Castilian language during the thirteenth century under the form "Andalusia". It is about the Castilianization of al-Andalusiya, gentilicio and Arabic adjective referred to al-Ándalus, name that we receive the territories of the Iberian Peninsula under the Islamic government from 711 to 1492. The history of Andalusia is the result of a complex process in which different peoples and cultures merge over time, as well as different socio-economic and political realities


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More than a hundred olive trees to get our olive oil


In Spain, more than 200 olive varieties are grown. Each of them brings unique flavors and aromas. We treasure a rich heritage that offers us immense possibilities in the kitchen: Arbosana, Alfafara, Argudell, Arróniz, Bical, Callosina, Canetera, Carrasqueño de Alcaudete, Carrasqueño de la Sierra, Castellana, Changlot Real, Gordal de Hellín, Limoncillo, Llumeta, Lucio, Chamomile of Hellín, Morrut, Ocal, Birdhouse, Dovecote, Small Houses Ibáñez, Pico Limón, Picual de Almería, Rojal de Tarragona, Royal de Calatayud, Vallesa, Vera, Verdial de Badajoz, Verdial de Cádiz, Verdial de Huévar, Villalonga ... and many more

TAMBOR DEL LLANO is an organic farm where we have proposed to make our own extra virgin olive oil. For this we have planted eighty new olive trees that add to the ones we already had on the farm. More than a hundred olive trees that are distributed by drawing a landscape contrasted with the cork oaks.

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Las variedades que ahora tenemos en Tambor del Llano son: Arbequina, Lechín y hojiblanca


It is the characteristic variety of Catalonia (Tarragona and Lleida) and Alto Aragón, although its cultivation has spread to practically the entire country. It takes its name from the Lleida town of Arbeca.

It gives a very fluid oil, sweet and in which almost no bitter or spicy flavors are perceived. Its olive oil has a fruity aroma of olive, apple, banana and almond.


Its cultivation extends mainly through the provinces of Malaga, Cordoba, Granada and Seville. Its name refers to the whitish color of the leaves. This variety has the particularity that it is used both for obtaining oil and for use as a table olive.

It is characterized by its flavor and aroma of freshly cut grass, artichoke and aromatic plants. Its entrance in the mouth is sweet, with a slight bitterness and a final itch very localized in the mouth.


This is one of the most widespread varieties in Andalusia, with a strong presence in the province of Seville, although it is also grown in Córdoba, Cádiz and Málaga. The extra virgin oils of this variety stand out for the balance between green, itchy and bitter tones. They are very fruity oils.







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    Tambor del Llano
    Alto de Los Alamillos. Cañada Grande
    11610, Grazalema (Cádiz)
    Tel. (+34) 674 48 48 85
    Email: info@tambordelllano.es


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