A white village in the Serrania de Ronda mountains whose urban design bears witness to its Andalusi past, with steep, narrow streets and whitewashed houses with Arabic roof tiling; a past that is especially evident in the upper district of the village. The lower district, with its modern streets, is home to St. James' Parish Church.

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Casa Rita –  is a village house holiday rental in Montejaque with 2 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a hot tub/jacuzzi and mountain views. Sleeps 4 adults plus up to two children by arrangement. Casa Rita is a charming restored village house located in the…

CASA MONTEJAQUE just got bigger  Casa Montejaque in Montejaque (Málaga) now sleeps five. I have turned the large Burgundy Room into a family room with three single beds. The Green Room offers a double bed, as before. In addition, there is space for…

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This elegant villa is set in a picturesque location backing onto mountains in the foothills of the Grazelema natural park. ‘Las Tres Fuentes’, the three fountains, is a stunning three storey house designed and built in an Andalucian…

Montejaque is located on the west side of Ronda Serrania,and also belongs to the Natural Park of “Sierra de Grazalema”. The Mayor of this pretty white village is Diego Sánchez Sánchez.

Private family house. Five double rooms with en suite bathrooms. Kitchen and dining room. Sitting room. Patio. Telephone. Wi-Fi. Heating. TV.

Located in the Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park in the Serranía de Ronda, in the town of Montejaque, midway between the provinces of Málaga and Cádiz, and 20 minutes from Ronda. Entire rental minimum 18 people. Cortijo Fuente Marchal is a family…

The El Hacho Via Ferrata is considered as very difficult due to two tough overhangs and a spectacular zip-line stretched over 70 metres which links the two walls. It is not recommended for amateurs and it requires technical equipment to tackle the…

‘Casitas de la Sierra’ (meaning “little houses in the mountains”) perfectly describes this wonderful holiday haven. Situated in the dramatic Andalucían mountains, just outside the glorious city of Ronda, the scene is set for a totally unique Spanish…