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When a small swimming pool just isn’t big enough, and the summer heat demands you be at the beach, try La Playita at Zahara de la Sierra instead.
One of the most popular activities for holiday makers and locals alike is cycling along mountain roads from village to village.
New York trained chef Stefan Crites delights diners at the lakeside restaurant Al Lago in Zahara de la Sierra
The Via Verde beginning at Olvera is one of the most popular cycling and walking routes of the Sierra de Cadiz. 36 kilometres of disused railway converted to a delightful greenway with spectacular views, tunnels, viaducts, and pristine countryside to explore.
Zahara de la Sierra is unique in the Ronda area for being on the shores of lake, central to the Grazalema Natural Park, and a pretty white village to boot.
A comfortable and centrally located hotel for exploring zahara de la Sierra and the Grazalema Natural Park, the hotel Arco de la Villa has views of Lake Zahara that are unrivalled. From €48
Delightful, bright and airy self-catered house, and right in the heart of Olvera, one of the best of Andalucía’s famous white villages. Sleeps upto 3.
Bespoke country hotel close to the shores of Lake Zahara, and within the Grazalema Natural Park, Hotel Al Lago offers comfort and tranquility without the inconvenience of being remote. From €65