The village of Cortes de la Frontera is located in the middle of 3 national parks.
Ukulandia is located near that village, on a little hill outside the village.
The Arconocales nature reserve is located south of Cortes de la Frontera. A fantastically beautiful cork oak forest with a vulture feeding place. Along the Rio de Guadiaro downhill you will pass the Cañón de las Buitreras, the gorge at the German Bridge. Truly an area where you can get lost.
The Grazalema nature reserve is located directly west of Cortes de la Frontera. It contains a number of large limestone caverns, including the Cueva del Gato, the Cueva de la Pileta and the Garganta Verde. Also home to many colonies of vultures, including a few pairs of Egyptian vultures.
The nearest town is Ronda, 30 km North of the village ...
This park is best known for the Spanish fir forests, caves, the presence of the golden eagle and the hawk eagle.