The ascent to the castle is steep but it is worth getting to the top and contemplate the landscape that is offered to us from this point of view. Below, the white of the houses of Zahara. From that perspective we can appreciate its structure and the organizational chart of its streets. It seems that they are forming a white arrow that spills into the deep blue of the reservoir waters. Halfway up, the green of the mountains of this region, a lively and fresh green, even more in this season in which the rains are constantly watering the lands. Up on the last line of the horizon, the top of the mountains, a line that borders that Andalusian blue sky on clear days in which two other white villages of this bucolic region, on the left Algodonales with the Sierra de Lijar al in the background, on the right, the great Olvera, perched on the rock, in the distance closing our visual path.