While on a road-trip through Andalusia, we spent a day exploring the Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park. The twisting mountain roads took our breath away at regular intervals. The region is famous for its Peublos Blancos (or white villages). One was so pretty, we decided to stop and take a look.
We climbed up, up, up the narrow streets of Zahara de la Sierra, only to discover there was no place to park. On the way back down, we stopped at a small guest house restaurant to grab some lunch.
Al Lago's shady terrace overlooks, as the name suggests, the lake, which supplies the local villages with fresh water.
We dined on delicious local treats while sipping sangria in the sun. With a view like this, we could have stayed all day.