Located in the Sierra de Grazalema, Andalucia, this 17th Century Watermill called "El Zurdo" has a natural plunge pool and waterfall and is near to the picturesque pueblo blanco village of Grazalema. Ideal for hiking, bird-watching, and relaxing.
El Zurdo VR/CA/00101
The mill is called "EL Zurdo" as it's the only one of the thirteen mills in the valley that turned anti clockwise! The original mechanism is still visible in the cave underneath. If you want to experience historic old Spain this is the place to come. It is simply furnished and there is a separate toilet and shower room next to the main house.
Disponible para huéspedes
The guests have full use of the property and also the external patio
Atención a los huéspedes
A friend who lives locally makes sure everything is in order for your stay and can be contacted if there's a problem.
Otros aspectos destacables
If you are staying at El Zurdo, don´t forget to bring a torch!
If you are visiting between End of September and end of April remember to pack some warm clothes. The mill is at an altitude of 600m and the village 800m and it can be cold in the evenings.
Shopping for the first day can either be done at the Supermarket on the outskirts of Ronda (open from 10 – 22 hours (Monday – Saturday) or in Grazalema ( 9 -14 and 17 – 21hours Monday to Saturday and 12 – 14 hours Sunday). There are 2 cashpoints in Grazalema and a good range of bars and restaurants.
I'm the mother of two daughters and live in Manchester in the Uk. I enjoy travelling and particularly enjoy spending time at the mill in Spain with family and friends. It's such a beauiful and peaceful place. I hope you enjoy it too!