|Tracklength:||4400 metres (until 2016: 4450 metres)|
|Elevation change:||300 metres|
|Altitude finishline:||650 metres|
|GPS coordinates:||36° 40′ 40.7994″ – -5° 27′ 1.7994″|
|Fastest Time:||4:21,231 (2 runs)|
|Average Speed:||121,27 km/h|
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|05-06/04/2003||Roberto Mendez||Audi A4 ST||4:55,670||Results|
|17-18/04/2004||Oscar Palacio||Speed Car GT||2:21,450||Results|
|16-17/04/2005||Gorka Apalantza||BRC CM02||2:20,650||Results|
|01-02/04/2006||Alberto Garcia||Speed Car GT||2:19,678||Results|
|14-15/04/2007||Pedro Roca||BRC CM02||2:19,210||Results|
|12-13/04/2008||Oscar Palacio||Silver Car||2:20,074||Results|
|18-19/04/2009||Pedro Roca||Silver Car||2:19,276||Results|
|17-18/04/2010||Andrés Vilariño||Norma M20||2:15,486||Results|
|09-10/04/2011||Pedro Roca||Silver Car S2||2:16,803||Results|
|21-22/04/2012||Javier Villa||BRC CM05 EVO||2:14,455||Results|
|20-21/04/2013||Andrés Vilariño||Norma M20F||6:36,522||Results|
|26-27/04/2014||Angela Vilariño||Norma M20F||6:48,267||Results|
|25-26/04/2015||José Antonio Lopez-Fombona||Audi A4 DTM||5:07,066||Results|
|16-17/04/2016||Javier Villa||BRC B-49||4:41,475||Results|
|22-23/04/2017||Javier Villa||BRC B-52||4:33,548||Results|
|21-22/04/2018||Javier Villa||BRC BR53||4:21,231||Results|
The area around Ubrique has been inhabited for thousands of years. In Roman times there was a settlement called Ocuri near Ubrique. Although many of the excavated pieces are now in display in the Museum of Cadiz, the ruins can still be visited. The hillclimb goes from Ubrique to Benaocaz, a route that you can also take by foot over the old roman roads.
Ubrique is the largest of the White Towns of Andalusia. The towns that fall under this banner all have whitewashed walls, often with red roofs, giving them a striking almost surreal effect.
Ubrique lies in the south of the Sierra de Grazalema National Park. Traveling from the coast eastwards, this part of the Cordillera Subbética is the first proper mountain range you will find. Therefore is is not surprising that this area also has the highest precipitation of Spain. The mountains can reach up to 1654m with the prettiest being Salto del Cabrero. Erosion has carved out large gorges like the Garganta Verde near the beautiful town of Zahara de la Sierra and also extensive cave systems like the Cueva del Gato.