Finca Bravo is situated about 1h 30mins drive North-West from Seville in the Andalusian region in Spain. The finca is part of the town of Cortegana (population: 4,853). Cortegana lies at the heart of a natural park called the Sierra de Aracena and Picos de Aroche located in the province of Huelva. The biggest town in the area is Aracena, which is 20 minutes away. The whole area is very green (for the south of Spain that is) thanks to the influence of the Atlantic Ocean providing a regular amount of moisture over the winter months. The landscape is dominated by hills covered in the typical dehesa, a man-made natural system comprised of evenly spaced Cork Oak and Holm Oak shaped over the centuries of producing the renowned Iberian ham (Pata Negra).