What to see in Grazalema
Sierra de Grazalema
It is one of the most valuable ecological areas in the southern peninsula and therefore of great importance in the rest of the territory. It is considered a Biosphere Reserve (UNESCO ) and Special Protection Area for Birds.
Iglesia de Nuestra Señora de la Aurora
It is a temple from the 18th century and was undoubtedly the most important building in the whole historical set of Grazalema. Unfortunately, it is in ruins, which prevents access to it.
Iglesia de la Encarnación
It was built after the Reconquest of the village at the end of the 15th century. Built on a former Mudejar temple, the shaft of the minaret was transformed into a bell tower and has elements of monastic architecture.
Iglesia de San Juan, Grazalema
It is a temple from the 18th century built on an ancient mosque which has preserved some elements. Most notable is its tower, divided into several sections and a Moorish arch at the lower part. It currently hosts a Youth Cultural Center.
Ermita de los Angeles
It is a small temple from the late 19th century which houses the patron saint of Grazalema. It is located in a beautiful spot on the outskirts of the village. In its interior standing out is an altar with a beautiful statue of Nuestra Señora de los Ángeles.
Ecomuseo del agua
The museum shows the inhabitants many uses of water since ancient times. It has pieces of the old mill machinery and other hydraulic equipment.