The first village you get to from the cortijo by turning right out of the drive is Busquistar – a small sleepy village with lots of retired Spanish people. Take extra care when driving because many old people walk along the road. The village has a bakery, two mini supermarkets and several bars and cafeterias. The first supermarket on your right is called Molino supermercado and has a good butcher as well as excellent homemade sausages and groceries and generally you will find whatever you need around the house.
There is only one restaurant in Busquistar and it is called Paco which serves menus (set lunches at a very good price) and it is also a nice place to meet for a drink with excellent tapas. Remember that in Andalucia generally when you have a drink you get a tapa included in the price.
Busquistar also holds an annual festival of Jazz and Blues which is normally the first week in August and is well worth going to.