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Stop At: Casco Urbano de Zahara de la Sierra, 11688 Zahara de la Sierra, Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park Spain
It is one of the most picturesque of all the Pueblos Blancos (white villages) in the Sierra de Grazalema, Andalucia.
It is one of the furthest inland villages on the famous Pueblos Blancos route and a visit to Zahara couldn't provide a more breathtaking ending. Arriving from the main road, crossing over the waters of the newly built reservoir, the outline of the 13th century Nasrid Castle is an impressive sight.
Duration: 1 hour
Stop At: Regio Andalusie, 29400 Ronda Spain
Ronda, one of the loveliest village in south Spain, retains much of its historic charm, particularly its old town. It is famous worldwide for its incredible escarpments and views, and for the deep El Tajo gorge that carries the rio Guadalevín through its centre. Travellers can admire the breathtaking Puente Nuevo 'new' bridge, which straddles the 100m chasm below, before admiring the views from the Alameda out over the Serranía de Ronda mountains.
Duration: 2 hours
Stop At: Malaga Cathedral, Calle Molina Lario 9, 29015 Malaga Spain
Its status as the capital of the Costa del Sol has made of Malaga one of Spain's first holiday destinations, thanks to its mild climate, and golden beaches.
Phoenicians, Greeks, Carthaginians, Romans… over 2,000 years ago the most important Mediterranean civilisations found in Malaga an exceptional place in which to establish trade routes, thanks to the strategic location of its port. The Alcazaba (8-11th century) is one of the symbols of the city, and one of the largest Arab fortresses in Andalusia. This building is today the site of the Archaeological Museum, containing valuable pieces dating from Phoenician and Roman times.
The Gibralfaro castle (14th century) is linked to the Alcazaba by a section of wall and offers outstanding views over the city, which is open to the sea through its port. At the foot of the Gibralfaro stands the Roman theatre, the bullring, (known as La Malagueta) and the historic quarter of the city.
In the centre stands the Cathedral (16-18th century), also known as 'La Manquita'. This beautiful Renaissance building saves an interesting series of chapels containing fine examples of Andalusian imagery.
Duration: 3 hours