Casa de Abajo. Cozy house in the Sierra de Grazalema, Cádiz. Two bedroom apartment for 2-4 people in the center of town, close to all the amenities you need, supermarkets, restaurants, shops, health center, pharmacy ...
Prado del Rey is located in the geographical center of the Route of the White Villages of Cadiz and the gates of the Sierra de Grazalema and Los Alcornocales Natural Park.
The Balncos Villages of Cadiz ', compose 19 municipalities, among others, Grazalema, El Bosque, Benamahoma, Benaocaz, Villaluega, Ubrique, Zahara de la Sierra, Arcos de la Frontera, Jerez .... We are one hour's drive from such unique cities like Ronda, Cadiz and Seville.
It has two double rooms, kitchen equipped with utensils, dishwasher, microwave, refrigerator, toaster, coffee maker, everything you need to spend a weekend or seasons. It has a large terrace with garden furniture, barbecue and outdoor dining with beautiful views of the village.
Fireplace and air conditioning hot / cold in the living room, heating in rooms, radiator in the bathroom.
The village is lively in the bars during the summer, several days a week we live performances.!Come and meet us!
Prado del Rey - Sierra de Cádiz: Prado del Rey, with its straight and landscaped streets, is nestled geographically in the northern mountains of Cadiz, in a place called Puerto del Alcaudete, joining the hills Cerro Verdugo or Mount Carmel and Las Lomas , near the Sierra de Pajarete. These hills are extensions of the Betic Cordillera, which enters the province of Cadiz by the Serrania de Ronda. The town of this population is about 431m above sea level, being a prelude to two of the most important natural areas of southern Europe, the Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park and the Natural Park of the Acorns, in which frames the municipality of Prado del Rey.
Very close to the border of the province of Seville to the north and Malaga in the east, leading to a situation easily accessible, both by road from Seville (heads-Ubrique) as the roads from Ronda and Jerez or Arcos de la Fra. Three airports within an hour of way.
'Jardin de la Sierra' - Cultural Tourism: The streets of an approximate width of 10 meters, are cuadriculares blocks around the main public buildings and are landscaped with orange and lemon trees, so this village is called ' Jardin de la Sierra '
- Las Salinas de Hortales, of Phoenician origin owe their existence to some next springs, from which water flows continuously throughout the year at an average temperature of 25 degrees with a salt content of 28 g./ L. This water also has ferruginous nature. cultural guided tours are organized.
- City Iptuci: At the top of the 'Head Hortales' the Phoenicians began the exploitation of its salt, which reached its peak in Roman times, coming to mint its own currency.
- Pósito Labradores: Built in 1790, stored wheat and barley of the population, who ran the City Council, currently used as bar-casino.
Gastronomy: In this town you can taste typical dishes of the region, made many excellent traditional products of the mountains and washed down with local wines and the famous 'Mosto Pajarete', fruity white wine. Sengular deserve mention homemade sausages, olive oil and honey.
Typical dishes: gazpacho, asparagus soup, tomato soup, stew of beans, snails, groupers, chicharrones, fetlock goat or turkey stew leg, cooked golden thistle, cooked cabbage, conojo with tomatoes, Pajarillas, muffins, fried cakes, donuts, cake greaves, drunk and toast .......