Algodonales is a Spanish city in the northeast of the province of Cádiz in Andalusia removed about 115 km from the provincial capital Cádiz.

The neighboring municipalities are Zahara de la Sierra and Olvera. The city is located in the Sierra de Cádiz, more precisely in the Sierra de Lijar between the rivers Rio and Rio Guadalete Guadalporcún. Algodonales also forms the northern access to the Sierra de Grazalema.

The city lives mainly from agriculture and rural tourism. Algodonales is popular mainly because of the hilly hinterland in paragliding athletes. The town also has guitars are made and there is a well-known olive oil.

Algodonales is located on the Ruta de los Pueblos Blancos, a highway route through several so-called white villages of Andalusia.


  • Built Parish Church of Santa Ana. 1784, in the city center
  • Ermita de la Virgencita