Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park - Things to see
El Castillejo Jardín Botánico is a botanical garden (956 716 134) in El Bosque that, with its display of the park's different ecosystems, shows how the Sierra's high rainfall can produce a rich and varied vegetation, including the pinsapo (Spanish fir).
Dolmen de la Giganta is a burial site just outside Montejaque and also known as the Tumba or Necrópolis de la Giganta.
Calzada Romana is a well preserved Roman road linking Ubrique and Benaocaz. See walks.
Ecomuseo del Agua, Benamahoma, is a small but interesting museum housed in a former watermill, dedicated to the history of water use in the Sierra de Grazalema; an apt theme for an area famous for receiving Spain's highest rainfall. Near the museum is the source of the river Majaceite, a trout farm and the starting point of a riverside walk to El Bosque.
Ecomuseo Benaocaz is a museum devoted to the history of the Sierra, from prehistoric times to the present, with archaeological finds on display from Paleolithic and Roman sites, among others.
La Cueva de la Pileta is a prehistoric cave famous for its Paleolithic rock paintings.
Cueva del Gato is a cave near Benaoján.