Due to its cultural richness, Andalusia is one of the most requested destinations for rural tourism. In this community we can find charming villages where you can appreciate the cultural heritage and the different landscapes they offer.
It is located northwest of the province of Málaga on a rocky plateau cut by the Tajo de Ronda peak, a 100-meter gorge through which the Guadalevín River passes, dividing the city in two, to the south, the old town and north , the modern city.
It is the capital of the Serranía de Ronda with more than 40,000 inhabitants. A land that has been associated with the romantic image of Andalusia, the legends of bandits and the heroic behavior of the “guerrillas” who harassed the French army at the beginning of the 19th century.
Júzcar is a municipality in the province of Málaga, located in the west of the province in the Genal Valley. It is one of the towns that belongs to the Serranía de Ronda. It is located 623 meters above sea level.
Montefrío is a town in Andalusia located in the northern part of the Loja Region, belonging to the province of Granada. It has one of the most beautiful views in the world, which can be seen from the different viewpoints that the municipality has. Because of this, it was declared by the National Geographic magazine in 2015, as one of the ten towns with the best views in the world.
Setenil de las Bodegas extends to the northeast of the province of Cádiz, on the Ruta de los Pueblos Blancos of the Sierra de Cádiz. Its urban framework with houses at different heights embedded in the huge rocks that rise on either side of the Guadalporcún River, have made it one of the most unique and most sought after places as a tourist destination in the Sierra de Cádiz.
Frigiliana is located on the southern slope of the Sierra de Almijara and east of the region of La Axarquía. The nucleus is located 350 meters above sea level and 6 km from Nerja, is one of the most beautiful villages in Andalusia. Just 50 km west is the city of Málaga and a little over an hour and a half, we could visit the city of Granada. In addition, it is part of the so-called Route of the Sun and Wine.