You won't find too many English speaking people here, but the locals are always happy to welcome outsiders. You'll probably spend quite a bit of time in nearby Ronda. Although a busy tourist centre (and for good reason) Ronda is a wonderful place. Let it get under your skin. Here you'll find restaurants aplenty, one of the oldest bull rings in Spain (well worth a look, even if you hate the idea of the ‘sport' and Ronda's main attraction, El Tajo – the enormous, stunning gorge. Linger on the Puente Neuvo and dare to look down into the gorge's depths

If you can drag yourself away from the snail's pace village life of Montejaque or the buzzing atmosphere of Ronda, why not go on a day trip further afield, the magnificent cities of Granada, Malaga, Jerez or Seville. In fact, if you've got time, you could do both – arguably two of the most wonderful cities in Spain. If you want to sample some beach life, the coast of Marbella is just under an hour away or one and a half hours to the Costa de Luz.

There are hundreds of things to do and see, too many to mention – we would suggest buying a good guide book such as ‘The Rough Guide to Andalucia' and read it all for yourself. We supply a lot of local information on Montejaque and its environs and are happy to try and advise on what to see and do to match your interests.

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