The picturesque surroundings of Pizarra, Andalusia, offer numerous leisure activities for nature lovers and adventure seekers. Hikers can explore the breathtaking landscape of the Sierra de las Nieves, wander through lush pine forests and enjoy magnificent views of the surrounding mountains. Adrenaline junkies can go rafting on the Guadalhorce River, while climbers can conquer the rocks of El Chorro. Those who prefer a quieter pace can discover idyllic picnic spots or visit the local wineries to sample the region's delicious wines. Pizarra and its surroundings are a true paradise for those who want to enjoy nature to the fullest.


Step into a city that sits majestically on the cliffs of the "El Tajo" gorge. Ronda, a jewel of Spanish history, enchants visitors with its ancient bridges, Moorish palaces and the winding alleyways of the old town.

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El Torcal

Immerse yourself in a surreal landscape where time has left its artistic patterns. Every step in El Torcal is a journey through the history of the earth itself.

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Caminito del Rey

This almost 8-kilometre-long route by El Chorro mountain lake near Finca Limón was once considered the most dangerous hiking trail in the world. Today, the trail has been completely renovated, and although it has become safer, one thing has not changed: the unique experience of hiking on footbridges built in gorges over 100 metres high.

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Horse riding

We recommend horse riding through and around the breathtaking forests and mountain landscapes surrounding El Chorro.

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Restaurant recommendations

We also live in the area ourselves and love Spanish food. We have therefore eaten our way through the restaurants in the area and can highly recommend the following places to you:

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