Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park

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The Grazalema Natural Park is a nearly 52.000 Ha paradise for walkers, birdwatchers and photographers. Here we can find a mountain landscape formed by limestone and dolomites, dominated by fantastic views of both Spanish Fir and Mediterranean forests with their abundant Holm oaks and Cork oaks.

The area is renowned for orchids and butterflies, but raptors will distract us from the ground cover.  From hilltops like Puerto de las Palomas or Puerto del Boyar, with luck we will spot Bonelli's and Golden Eagles, Goshawk, Peregrine Falcon and Red-billed Chough.

Other species present in this region are Egyptian Vultures, Blue Rock and Rufous Tailed Rock Thrushes, Black Wheatears, Crag Martins, Red-rumped Swallows and Rock Buntings, among others.

Grazalema is a wonderful place for nature lovers and we have designed the best guided tour possible to get an extensive bird, orchid and butterfly list, as well we have the possibility to focus on special species.

Target Birds

Bonelli's and Golden Eagles, Goshawk, Peregrine Falcon, Griffon Vulture, Red-billed Chough, Egyptian Vulture, Blue Rock and Rufous Tailed Rock Thrushes, Lesser Kestrel, Black Wheatear, Crag Martin, Pallid Swift, Rock Bunting

Best time of the year

Winter and spring


Full day (8 – 9 hours)


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