White villages, white cheese: the Payoyo route
The Sierra de Cadiz is famous for its spectacular natural landscapes and the white villages. But the region in the south of Spain has also produced a famous cheese: Payoyo, which is popular throughout Spain. The cradle of the goat cheese with its snow-white paste is Villaluenga, where a big cheese fair is held in spring.
The village is also home to the best cheese dairies in the region and is the starting point for the Cheese Route of the Sierra de Cádiz. This route leads to El Bosque, where a cheese museum and information centre awaits visitors. Further stops are Villamartín. Alcalá de los Gazules or Arcos de la Frontera - all with their own cheese specialities.