Quesos Pajarete

Quesos Pajarete has been making artisan cheeses and other dairy products since 2007 in the Sierra de Cádiz. The cheeses are 100% natural and without preservatives, made from Assaf sheep, Payoya goat and mixed cheeses. The milk for their cheeses comes from their own livestock that lives in a natural environment, fed with the natural pastures of their land. They’ve won numerous awards over the years in national and international competitions such as the World Cheese Awards.

Quesos La Abuela Agustina

Right in the centre of Grazalema, this small artisan and traditional cheese factory produces local payoya goat’s and merino sheep’s cheeses with different finishes, cream cheese and yoghurt.

Quesos El Bosqueño

Created in 1986, it’s one of the first cheese dairies in the Sierra de Cádiz, located in the Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park. They make payoya goat cheeses with different finishes (rosemary, paprika, butter, etc.), Grazalema merino sheep cheeses and mixed cheeses. They own the Parque Natural de Andalucía label. They’ve won a large number of awards and recognitions, since they participated in the World Cheese Awards for the first time in 2008.

Queso Payoyo

Queso Payoyo is a company founded in 1996 with more than 20 years of history, located in Villaluenga del Rosario. They produce goat’s cheese, sheep’s cheese and cheeses made from a mixture of both milks, ranging from fresh cheeses to semi-cured and cured cheeses. In addition, the cured cheeses are available wrapped in butter, rosemary, wheat bran and paprika. Throughout these twenty years, Payoyo Cheese has received multiple national and international awards. In the 2018 and 2019 World Cheese Awards it was the most awarded national brand with a total of 17 awards.

Quesería El Gazul

El Gazul is a cheese factory located in Alcalá de los Gazules. They make Payoya goat’s cheese with different toppings, organic cheeses, cottage cheese, fresh cheese and sheep’s cheese in different formats. They have the Parque Natural de Andalucía and Raza Payoya labels. Their cheeses have received numerous awards in both national and international competitions. 

Puerto Carrillo

Puerto Carrillo is the brand name under which Domingo Puerto Domínguez, third generation livestock farmer and artisan cheesemaker, makes his raw milk cheese from his own herd of Murcian-Granadine goats. His farm is located in the heart of the Sierra de Grazalema Natural Park.

El Cabrero de Bolonia

El Cabrero de Bolonia is an organic country cheese factory that uses milk of payoya goats that are herded in the El Estrecho Natural Park, in Bolonia. It’s a family business that transforms only its own goat milk into handmade cheeses, which are cured in a maturing cave made of stone over poplar wood. The flora of the cheeses is natural, and all the rinds of the cheeses are edible.

El Bucarito

A family business that works in different areas: breeders of Iberian pigs and Florida breed goats, grow pomegranate and almond trees, make goat cheese and also sell Iberian hams and cured meats from their own pig herd. It has a bakery and a catering company. They make goat cheese, both from raw and pasteurised milk, and other dairy products. No preservatives are used. They’re Welfare Quality certified, which guarantees sufficient levels of animal welfare on their farm. Pomegranate juice and almonds are certified as organic. They offer guided tours at their facilities.

Doña Casilda

A newly created company established in 2020 and located in the Sierra de Cádiz. They produce signature cheeses and high-quality dairy products from the milk of Murcian-Granadine goats and the expert hands of the master cheesemakers responsible for their transformation.

La Pastora de Grazalema

A small cheese factory created in 2015 in the Sierra de Cádiz, where they produce 100% artisan cheeses made with payoya goat and Grazalema merino sheep’s milk of different finishes, under the Pastora de Grazalema brand. Their cheeses have won several prizes at the World Cheese Awards in recent years.