In the Parque Natural de la Sierra de Grazalema

One of the best decisions we made on our trip to Spain was to head off the main road from Sevilla to Ronda, and take a detour through the Parque Natural de la Sierra de Grazalema. The ‘park’ is an area of wild beauty, rugged, steep, sheer, spectacular, dotted with isolated farmsteads and whitewashed pueblos blancos – the roads making for some nail-biting driving, the countryside for some dramatic photos.

Here is the road leading into – or out of – Grazalema. The farmer was tending his pigs a few kilometres outside and a couple of hundred metres below the village.



Travelling through life without a map

3 thoughts on “In the Parque Natural de la Sierra de Grazalema

  1. Taking advice – “get off the Interstate…,” from the 1991 romantic comedy, “Doc Hollywood,” we have routinely avoided the Interstate, the main roads of the US, except when schedule-necessitated. Always rewarding. Apparently, it worked spectacularly for you and Rob.

    Keep on rolling, shooting, and sharing, please.

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