Grazalema

Next, we visited Arcos de la Frontera. Then, we stayed five nights in Grazalema, a small, somewhat less touristy hill town with lots of character. We stayed in a room looking toward the church and heard the bells every hour. In the mornings, we went to a neighborhood café and had café and leche and toasted bread with ham sliced from a large leg held in place by a clamp. In Grazalema, we walked on the Roman road that originally served the town. We hiked the neighboring hills, spotting goats, finding ruins and enjoying the fog and colors.

church in Grazalema

church in Grazalema

view from our window

view from our window

outside our hotel

outside our hotel

view from top of town

view from top of town

Roman road

Roman road

Ermita del Calvario ruins

Ermita del Calvario ruins

mountain goat

mountain goat

town from overlook

town from overlook

town at sunrise

town at sunrise

town in day

town in day



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