Algatocín is part of the famous Pueblos Blancos, or white villages that run through the Serranía de Ronda and dot the mountains throughout Málaga and Cádiz provinces. Algatocín is a tiny village with less than 1,000 inhabitants. It is perched high in the hills at 721 metres above sea levels and has the typical features of a mountain village, with steep, narrow, windy little streets and charming arches throughout. One of the attractions of Algatocín is the Virgen del Rosario 16th century church and there is also a hermitage, known as El Calvario. The latter is especially worth visiting as it is a lookout point providing panoramic views of the Ronda mountains, other white pueblos and the Genal Valley below.

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Pharmacist Isicio Henares Villoria. Opposite the healthcare centre, you will find the pharmacy to get your prescriptions and other pharmaceutical products.

At the Algatocin Health Centre there is also an emergency department for the population of Benarrabá, Jubrique, Genalguacil, Benadalid, Benalauria, Gaucín, El Colmenar and Algatocin after the normal hours of their centres.

José Manuel López Gutierrez is the Mayor of this pretty white village located just off  the Ronda-Algeciras road.

Meson La Ermita, Algatocín