La Sierrecilla is a fairly new site situated in the heart of Andalucia on the edge of a pine-covered Natural Park. It is one of the areas where eagles, falcons and vultures can still be seen. The 86 good sized touring pitches are on level ground and all have electricity. There is little shade from the young trees, and being on a plain the pitches could become extremely hot during summer. There is a beautiful pool with access for visitors with disabilities, and a good value restaurant with magnificent views of the surrounding countryside. Paths lead through the site to a viewpoint and picnic area, which are extremely popular at weekends. It is an ideal site for those wishing to explore Andalucia; it is just 40 minutes from the beaches at Malaga and one hour from Seville, Granada and Cordoba.
The village with bars and small shops is just a short walk away, and nature lovers will not want to miss the Laguna de Fuente Piedra with its large colony of flamingos, or El Chorro gorge with the high-rise King’s Walkway. The region is known for a number of traditional crafts, in particular wrought iron and wickerwork.