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El Bosque

Villages in Cadiz

El Bosque

The town of El Bosque is located to the northwest of Cádiz, in the Sierra de Albarracín and surrounded by valleys. Its municipal district has 30,6 km2, and is to 287 metres altitude, bordering on Prado del Rey, Ubrique, Grazalema, Benaocaz and Arcos de la Frontera.

Its entire municipal district is located inside the naturals parks of Los Alcornocales and Grazalema that has 2010 inhabitants. This municipality is included in the Ruta de los Pueblos Blancos of Cádiz.

It has a Mediterranean, mild and semi damp climate, with an average temperature in summer lower tan the rest because it is inside the Parque Natural Sierra de Grazalema. The municipality has one of the greater rain rate in the peninsula.

Los Hurones Dam & Reservoir

El Bosque Monuments

Palace Ducal
Callejón del Duque
Fountain of El Rodezno
El Molino de Abajo
Church of Sª María de Guadalupe

El Bosque Gastronomy

In El Bosque it is very popular the trout although we also have to emphasize the porks such as the cured pork and cold cured meat. The goat, cheese and cow cheese are very famous in this town.

We have to mention its wild asparagus and the tagarninas.

How to get there

The main road link is the Motorway A-372 (Arcos-Ronda) that links with A-373 (Villamartín-Ubrique-Gaucín). El BosqueThe local C-344 leads you to Málaga and it is a direct Access to La Sierra and The River Majaceite cross the town from northeast to southeast, flowing into the Embalse de los Hurones, and having tributaries and springs.

Distances from El Bosque

Cádiz 94 km
Ronda 51 km
Ubrique 14 km
Sevilla 108 km
Grazalema 20 km

El Bosque

Town Hall

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Un comentario

  1. Antonio Galvez Perez escribio:

    Yo nací en Alcalá del Valle pero mi niñez la viví en El Bosque por lo que mis recuerdos son de El Bosque que lo considero como mi tierra.

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