Setenil de las Bodegas is one of the most requested tourist destinations in the Sierra de Cádiz. The structure of their houses is unique in the province: the existing space in the rocks is used to enable the streets and homes. An extremely beautiful and must-visit place.
From a cultural and historical point of view, this town has great importance for the province. It has very interesting places such as the Acinipo Prehistoric and Roman Site, from times such as the Neolithic, Copper and Bronze Age. The Hermitages of Nuestra Señora del Carmen and San Sebastián also stand out. Other historical points of interest are the Parochial Church of Nuestra Señora de la Encarnación, the Antigua Casa Consistorial, the houses in the rock and the Fortress Castle of Setenil.
This unique little town is part of the Route of the White Villages of the Sierra de Cádiz. It is a cultural, historical, culinary and natural itinerary in which visitors can explore the great heritage of the province of Cadiz. You can also do the Route of the Mills, which connects Setenil with Alcalá del Valle on a 6-kilometre route. The 5-kilometre Escarpes del Río Trejo Route runs from Setenil to Olvera along the Trejo River. The Bandoleros Route is an 11-kilometre route that takes you from Setenil to the ruins of Acinipo, near Ronda (Málaga). Finally, the Route of the Cañada de Málaga helped Setenil make a name among the companies of Seville, Malaga and Ronda. It crosses the old route of Osuna.
Without a doubt, Setenil de las Bodegas is one of the most unique places in the Sierra de Cádiz. It is a unique experience for those who visit it.