Pueblo Blanco, “Medieval Village”, Natural Park, Historical-Artistic Complex, Pinsapos, Endless Views, Mountains and Water, Griffon Vultures,… Do you want more? Your imagination puts it.

Your accommodation is based on both room rental and complete unit rental (Full House), offering different possibilities depending on the number of people staying.

Our town

Zahara de la Sierra is a small and beautiful mountain town, which has a little bit of everything to make your stay more comfortable: restaurants, supermarkets, banks, ATMs, pharmacy, Health Center and small grocery stores.

It also has:

– a public swimming pool (open only in summer)

– the Arroyomolinos recreational area (open only in summer)

– the Nasrid town and the tower of its old castle from the 13th century

– a Tourist Information Center

– two oil mills

– and a soccer field, paddle tennis court and sports center.

Grazalema Natural Park

We are located within the Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park, which extends for 535 km² through the provinces of Cádiz and Málaga, at altitudes from 250m to 1654m above sea level. It is part of the southernmost mountain range in Europe (as the final part of the Betic Mountain Range) and one of the areas of enormous environmental importance, not only in Andalusia but in the entire Iberian Peninsula. The landscape, dotted with small, delightful White Villages, ranges from wide valleys to rocky precipices and deep gorges. The mountains create a special microclimate of rich vegetation of up to more than 1,300 different kinds of plants, many of them dating back to the Ice Age, which have survived here due to the protected southern latitude.

The Natural Park was declared a ‘Biosphere Reserve’ by UNESCO in 1977, and is considered by the European Union as a ‘Special Protection Area for Birds (SPA). Not in vain, the Sierra provides shelter to 117 different species of birds, both permanent and migratory.

Among the permanent species, you will find small and large birds of prey, highlighting the Imperial Eagle, the Golden Eagle, the Bonelli’s Eagle and the Booted Eagle, as well as the Kite, the Lesser Kestrel, the Buzzard, the Peregrine Falcon, the Barn Owl. and the Eagle Owl. But, among all the large birds, the king is undoubtedly the omnipresent Griffon Vulture, which chooses these mountains to make one of the great colonies in Europe.

Other frequent birds are the golden Oriole, the black-red Hoopoe, the incombustible Woodpecker and the funny Bee-eater.

Among the migratory birds that cross the Strait of Gibraltar every two years, the two most common are the Pink Flamingo and the Stork.


At Cinco Lunas we have a lot of ideas to suggest to you from hikes in the mountains, bike rides to all kinds of adventure sports.


The Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park is especially recommended for hikers, offering a wide variety of different marked routes, for all abilities. A spectacular geographical and geological setting that offers many botanical and faunal possibilities, highlighting bird watching.

Adventure sports

Due to its spectacular location, between a swamp and a mountain, in Zahara you can do a multitude of activities: fishing, canoes, horseback riding, mountain biking, climbing, paragliding and everything you respectfully ask of nature.