Cadiz is a city and port on the southwest coast of Spain, it is the capital of the Cadiz Province one of the provinces of Andalucia.
The limestone mountains of the Sierra de Grazalema form a deservedly well visited walking area and about onto the even better known Sierra de Ronda in Malaga  Province. In the northeast the province adjoins Huelva Province on the borders of the Donana National Park.
The drive from Malaga to Gibraltar, one would come across Cadiz Province,surrounded with beautiful Mountains ,Beautiful White Village and Coastlines


The pueblos blancos The White Towns of Andalusia, or Pueblos Blancos, are a series of towns and large villages in the northern part of the provinces of Cadiz and
Jerez de la Frontera
Ubrique - historically a town of leather and much manufacture of fine leather is still done. Interesting old streets adjacent to the Sierra.
Zahara de la Sierra a vey pleasant pueblo blanco with a church picturesquely situated at the top.
Arcos de la Frontera - overlooking a plain/ many historical buildings.
Medina-Sidonia - unspoiled historical town
Jimena de la Frontiera - castle ruins give great views of Gibraltar.
Algeciras Ferry point for Tanger and Spanish enclaves in Morocco.
Tarifa - phenomenal surfing opportunities

La Linea de la Concepción - Crossing point for Gibraltar.

The ending '(de la Frontera)' in place name which gives explanation is that it applies to the  partion between Muslims and Christians in Spain during wars that caused frequent changes in where the border was drawn.
Costa de la Luz - the Atlantic coast of the province. Windswept and wild but very scenic.
Sierra de Grazalema Limestone mountains with many fine walks.The latter is the largest remaining site of a rare fir(an evergreen tree) that has been growing since the long time.

Grazalema has the highest rainfall in Spain

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