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Hiking in Grazalema
Grazalema is a small white village with about 2000 inhabitants and is located in the middle of the Sierra de Grazalema National Park. The town is located on the edge of a mountain that has a height of 600 to 1600 meters. It has a microclimate that gets the most rainfall in all of Spain, namely about 2200 liters per square meter per year. The main industry has been the furniture industry and the hand weaving of lambswool cloth, used for shawls and blankets, an industry that started in the middle ages and continues till today. Many people come to hike in the mountains and to climb them too. The pinsapo is a unique Spanish fir that grows only in the area and now is the symbol of the mountains. The nearby Valley of Benamahoma generates plenty of electricity because of all of the rainfall.
There are about 30 different hikes around Grazalema, all equally beautiful. Our guides will be happy to take you to the one suited for your needs in terms of the grade of difficulty and duration.