The Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park is located in the northeast of the province of Cádiz, in southern Spain. The park covers, in its 51,695 hectares, a set of mountain ranges, known as a whole as the Sierra de Grazalema, which, in turn, are part of the Subbética Mountain Range
The most emblematic element of the Park, in addition to the dense Mediterranean forest of holm oaks, cork oaks and gall oaks, is the Spanish fir, mainly concentrated in the Sierra del Pinar, as it is the rainiest place in the Peninsula. This species is a descendant of the Central European firs that formed large forests here in ice ages. Today these Spanish firs live only in this space, in the Sierra de las Nieves Natural Park and in Sierra Bermeja (both in the province of Malaga). The visit to the pinsapar, as well as to other enclaves of the Reserve Zone, can be done only at certain times of the year and with limited visitors, so it is recommended to request prior information.