Tambor del Llano is a 32-hectare state about 800m. high at the heart of Grazalema Nature Park. The Park spans more than 53.000 ha between Cadiz and Malaga. It was declared a Biosphere Reserve already in 1977. These forests are among the best preserved and more biodiverse in Europe, hosting more than 1,500 plant and animal species, some of which are unique to this area–such as the beautiful Spanish fir.
The landscapes alternate cork-oak trees with open valleys cut by spectacular limestone sierras. The mountains are traversed by paths linking the white towns and full of legends and traditions.
The Park is a Special Protection Area for Birds and a part of the European Union’s Red Natura 2000, designed to protect biodiverse habitats and migratory passes.
The white towns peppering the sierras of Cadiz and Malaga form a picturesque region where natural and cultural heritage merge. These towns sit in the hills and offer a very characteristic architecture amidst astonishing views. The typical Andalusian houses are whitewashed and separated by narrow and recondite streets.
Alto de Los Alamillos. Cañada Grande 11610, Grazalema (Cádiz)
Andalusia Tourism Registry RTA : H/CA/01403