Welcome!... On this site you can see links to all the projects we are involved with. On the left and right columns you can see live feeds from the forum, the blog, the walking holidays in Grazalema and the latest advertisers on our directory.... Have a click around and discover the wonderful nature of Spain.
The dedicated website to Grazalema can now be found over at Wildside Holidays
At Wildside Holidays - Grazalema we work only with local people who know every inch of this area and can offer you an authentic ‘Grazalema’ experience. We offer airport transfers, accommodation, knowledgeable local guides, the best Spanish cuisine and all the information you need to really explore and enjoy this amazing natural park in western Andalusia.
Join a small group of like-minded people for a wonderful nature walking holiday in Spain. Stay in a charming and comfortable traditional village hotel (or house) and sample the wonderful food in the local restaurants.
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Well, the forum is now getting on in years... Started by Nick of Iberianature and Clive of Wildside Holidays back in 2007... There are now tens of thousands of posts in thousands of topics by hundreds of members.
If you’ve got environmental issues in your back yard then the forum is a great place to get other members attention and to sign any online petitions. Any good news about wildlife protection? What have you seen lately and does it need identifying?
If you are running a walking, nature or culture related business in Spain or Portugal then let people know what you are doing by adding your project to the website section on the forum. The Forum is FREE to use. Just register and join a great bunch of people who care about and enjoy the nature of Spain. The Iberianature Forum
Iberianature is the leading English-language online source of information on the nature, geography and history of Spain. created by Nick Lloyd in 2004 the site is packed with information and detailed articles and has something for anyone with an interest in Spain and the Iberian Peninsular in general. Hosted and maintained by Clive of Wildside Holidays. Clive has now become a major blogger at Iberianature.
Carefully chosen properties in rural areas and villages of Spain. Rural hotels, inns, hostels, houses and campsites. Ideal for wildlife watching, walking or just relaxing. Places to stay for birdwatchers, nature lovers and hikers. Guided and self guided walking Holidays
The directory is separated into various categories and It is very easy to search for a place to stay or to find a guided or self guided walking holiday.
All of the businesses are selected by us personally and the main criteria for a listing here at Iberianature -Discover is that the business is located in a protected natural area of Spain or provides an invaluable service in towns or cities across the Iberia peninsular.
Reserve your hotel or country house in Grazalema
Below are the hotels and houses to rent in Grazalema recommended by The Grazalema Guide. Click the link and book online safely and securely for your holiday in the Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park.
Spanish, English, German and French language Grazalema website.
For those of you who would like to practise your Spanish, many of the articles that are published on our websites are also translated into Spanish over at Turismo Grazalema.... This is the tourist office website for Grazalema. its also in French, German and English and has links to holiday homes, hotels and town houses for rent in Grazalema and the white villages of the Sierra de Grazalema
Our website about the city of dreams - Ronda in Andalusia.
A small city perched on a seemingly precarious platform of rock, Ronda is in fact an impregnable fortress only defeated in battle through trickery, and during the reconquest with modern (for the era) rock blasting cannon.
The mountains and valleys of the Serranía de Ronda are home to a tough breed of people, yet in Ronda these people are refined, some are gentry, some gypsies, others are just common folk, but all proudly call themselves Rondeños.
These days the population of Ronda is a little over 35,000. Big enough to offer all the essential services, but not big enough to suffer traffic problems or big city woes.
Rondeños have played a pivotal role in shaping Andalucía and modern Spain, and the city has hosted some of the great names of politics, the arts, education, and played her role in military events.
An hour from the Costa del Sol, Ronda is too far away to be heavily influenced by events on the coast, yet still close enough to benefit from the economic strength that tourism brings to Southern Spain. At a height of 723m in the Ronda mountains, the city has a cooler year round temperature than the coast, making life in Ronda altogether more agreeable than other Andalucían cities.
Ronda is also the perfect base to explore other cities such as Sevilla, Granada, Córdoba, Jerez de la Frontera, Cadiz, Antequera, or Malaga.