Grazalema is a beautiful bustling village of about 2,250 persons in the Andalusian section of Spain. It is one of the
famous Pueblos Blancos - white villages of Spain. The name is derived from the white-washed homes throughout each of
Its steep, cobbled streets and white-washed houses are immaculately kept and lined with windows covered
by wrought-iron rejas and plant pots spilling over with colorful flowers. In the heart of the village is an attractive
main square, the Plaza de España, lined with bars and restaurants.
The town resides in the beautiful setting of the
foothills of the Sierra de Grazalema mountains.
This page has photos of the Our Lady of the Aurora Church, the Plaza de Espana,
and Grazalema's city streets.
These photos of Grazalema, Spain can be viewed in our Slideshow.