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“Spacious retreat away from it all” We loved our stay in Montejaque. The villa is enormous and comfortably fits two families of four. It is well equipped, and furnished in a simple and stylish way. Roz the owner was incredibly friendly and helpful, as was Isobel, her representative in the town. Montejaque itself seems a sleepy, quiet place and would be ideal if you want somewhere peaceful and non-touristy, with easy access to busier parts of Andalucia. Having a car is essential, as Montejaque is about 20 minutes drive from Ronda (you could get a cab to the train station down the valley at a push). We would recommend the following local activities: hiking from Montejaque, either towards Ronda or in the other direction, into the hills; a trip to the Caves of Pileta (completely uncommercialised, stunning, with drawings dating back more than 30,000 years); a drive to Zahara de la Sierra, with lunch at the amazing Al Lago and a climb up to the old Moorish castle perched at the top; and, if you're lucky enough to visit at Easter, viewing the incredible Semana Santa (Holy Week) processions.
Thank you, Roz!