The municipality of Cortes de la Frontera, is located in a privileged place, on horseback, between the Natural Park of Los Alcornocales, Sierra de Grazalema and the region Valle del Guadiaro (Rio del Oro).
Two of its towns, Cortes de la Frontera and the Gaucín Station, popularly known as El Colmenar, are particularly noteworthy.
The limestone massifs of Grazalema, in the north, and the dense masses of alconorques, in the south, are the protagonists of the landscape that surrounds these two small towns in Malaga, home to mountain people, who still live in communion with the nature around them and know how to take advantage of its resources, are presented as ideal places to connect with nature.
Cork makers, mushroom makers, woodworkers, muleteers, and lovers of good food gather in this small community in the deep interior of the province of Málaga.
Walks, such as the ascent to the Puerto de Libar, a karstic paradise with spectacular views of the plains of the same name, or the one to the Natural Monument Cañón de las Buitreras, a place of great beauty where a large colony of griffon vultures nest and usually adorn the skies of these valleys every half day, are a must.